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With the province in a stay-at-home order, Ontario Parks has announced that it will be cancelling overnight camping trips across the province. 

On their website, it states that campgrounds, backcountry campsites and roofed accommodations will be closed.

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One of Ontario's most popular tourist destinations is getting a brand new attraction, and you can explore it this summer.

The Niagara Parks Power Station is officially opening on July 1, 2021, it will transport you to a world full of glowing projections and immersive sounds.

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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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Parks across the U.S. saw a decline in annual visitors in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but some spots were still able to attract millions of people despite numerous precautions in place.

This list, created with data from the National Park Service, will show you the most visited "national park sites" from 2020 so you'll be able to start planning your post-pandemic adventures.  With more than just designated "national parks," keep reading to uncover the nation's best parkways, recreation areas, seashores and more. 

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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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