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The big city can be all-consuming, and with spring around the corner, it's the perfect time to escape for an afternoon.

There are a ton of day trips from Toronto that are under three hours away, meaning you can fit the whole adventure in one day. 

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Let's go where the sun kisses the waves. If you are forever dreaming of cotton-candy-coloured skies, here are the top places to watch a sunset in Ottawa.

It's hard to beat the time between the golden hour and when the sky bursts with vibrant colours. There is no shortage of spots around town to watch the setting sun, but the best sites are next to the water.

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Mark your calendars and grab your telescope! So many incredible dark sky events will be visible in Canada this spring and summer, including a “Super Blood Flower Moon.”

Ahead of the start of spring, a report from The Weather Network has revealed exactly what we should be looking for in the skies over the next few months.

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There's a new place to stargaze in the province, and you don't need to worry about bright lights ruining your view. 

Quetico Provincial Park just became the only Ontario Dark Sky Park recognized by the International Dark-Sky Association

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National Geographic announced that Grand Canyon National Park received the International Dark Sky Park certification, which establishes it as one of the world's best stargazing spots.

Only nine of the 61 national parks in the United States are certified as such — and the Grand Canyon is one of them. 

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