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L'arrivée des températures plus fraîches et des décorations de Noël dans les grandes surfaces ne donne qu'une envie : planifier son temps des Fêtes, des jolis marchés jusqu'aux attractions uniques. Parmi les activités les plus excitantes qu'offre la saison blanche, on retrouve le célèbre Niagara's Winter Festival of Lights, à quelques heures du Québec seulement. Cet immense festival de lumières complètement magique est de retour pour une 40e édition à Niagara Falls et il t'en fera voir de toutes les couleurs.

Ce parcours de huit kilomètres est formé de plus de 3 millions de lumières scintillantes et d'affichages animés. Ceux-ci sont situés dans les parcs de Niagara, Îles Dufferin et les districts touristiques environnants.Le plus beau dans tout ça, c'est que le festival est complètement gratuit.

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If you're a lover of Christmas movies from the '80s you already know what's up.

Rusty Griswold's Christmas Light Display is back this year, and its dazzling light show is as bright as its inspiration from the 1989 Christmas movie National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation.

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Temperatures outside are now in the double digits (most days, anyway) so it's time to get our outdoor space looking its best. 

It doesn't matter if you're dealing with a small balcony or a big backyard, you can shop around and find a good deal on outdoor furniture and accessories before they all sell out.

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Self-care is an excellent thing to strive for, but it can sometimes be misunderstood.

When it comes to taking care of yourself, it's not all yoga pants, face masks and sipping tea. Self-care can also be a soul-fueling adventure, fresh air and wide-open spaces.

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You've heard about Christmas in July, but how about an extra dose of holiday cheer in February? If you missed seeing Ottawa's Magic Of Lights, you now have a second chance. 

From now until Sunday, February 28, you can head to Wesley Clover Parks to see over one million twinkling lights.

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