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Picture this: you're on the open road, sun shining down and wind in your hair. What do you see surrounding you?

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.

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Whether you're fed up with unaffordable rent prices, tired of the fast-paced lifestyle or simply itching to try something new, there are many valid reasons for wanting to leave a big city.

And as the trend towards remote work continues with no sign of stopping, people are being given more choice and flexibility than ever before in deciding where they want to live.

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The digital age plus the pandemic means the way we work has shifted, and for many of us, that may also mean newfound freedom in going 100% remote. Especially if your company has decided to switch to the work-from-home model permanently.

Working from home has taken the world by storm, and with commutes a thing of the past and expensive inner-city rents no longer necessary, it's no wonder Canadians are leaving big cities in record numbers.

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From the dramatic cliffsides of the Amalfi Coast to the patchwork of vineyards that line the Tuscan countryside, Italy has become the place to visit over the last few years. However, with travel restrictions across the country, we can't marvel at the Colosseum in person, take a gondola ride through the narrow canals of Venice or eat mouthfuls of fresh pasta al dente in Rome. 

But just because you can’t go to Italy right now, doesn’t mean that a little Italy can’t come to you. There are tons of ways to make your apartment the ultimate Italian vacation destination — from mastering the art of aperitivo to turning your outdoor space into your very own Roman piazza — even if you're not actually leaving home. 

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The Canadian Coast Guard has put out a sea shanty and it's a very fitting song about a boat on the water.

The Coast Guard posted it on Twitter, saying they're "all a-boat trying new things."

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