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For over 40 years, Canadians have delighted in the joys of winter through the many activities and events taking place as part of the famously magical Winterlude. The global pandemic has limited our options when it comes to romantic outings. To help remedy our collective state of boredom, this highly anticipated event has quickly adapted. 

By becoming virtual, Winterlude now offers a wide range of things to do, places to visit, and sights to see — right from your own home. During the most romantic of months, it's exciting to find new ways to share some laughs and create new memories with your special someone.

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It's nearly Cupid's time to shine. As the first Valentine's Day in lockdown for most of Canada, 2021's day of love might not be enjoyed the way it typically is, whether you're happily single, in an "it's complicated" situation, secure in a relationship or married.

If you're unsure how to celebrate — or spend the day, if you aren't really celebrating at all — it may be time to grab a fine French wine, like Félix & Lucie, and embrace a little passion. Regardless of your relationship status, there are tons of fun activities you can do. 

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Have you already finished watching all five seasons? Here are binge-worthy shows like Outlander that you can watch while you wait for the next episode.

Fans of the undeniable chemistry between Jamie and Claire will want to watch the steamy love between the Duke and Daphne in Bridgerton.

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Winter is one of the most romantic times of the year, and you don't want to miss out on the magic by watching Netflix all season.

These Toronto winter date ideas will warm your hearts without breaking the rules.

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Treat your favourite person to something special by visiting some romantic spots around the city.

These Toronto date ideas will let you enjoy some time together while staying safe.

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