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It may only be August, but we're already thinking about fall days spent wandering through trees with red and orange leaves.

If you feel the same, there are so many quaint small towns in Canada where you can spend the perfect autumn day, offering a chance to see fall foliage and also discover charming cafes, restaurants and boutiques.

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As Canada's largest city, Toronto is bustling with opportunities to connect with people professionally. If you're not based in Toronto, chances are you'll head there on a business trip sooner or later.

After a packed visit though, you might enjoy balancing things out with some peace and quiet. After all, adding some leisure onto your business trip is what "bleisure" travel is all about.

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With the GTA driving up the national average price of homes across the country, it's no wonder that people are scrambling to move to smaller towns in Ontario to be near some more greenery and avoid these hefty prices.

According to a report by RE/MAX posted on April 13, the real estate market in the small Ontario towns that they surveyed has a high demand but not enough houses on the market.

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Looking for a short getaway this summer? There are tons of places you can rent for a weekend near the Toronto area — and all are under $150 per night. 

Whether you're looking to check out another city or enjoy a peaceful time in the quiet countryside, VRBO has tons of choices within a few hours from Toronto for you, your family, and your S/O to enjoy. 

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You can wander through kilometres of Christmas magic at these Ontario holiday trails.

You'll feel as though you stepped into the North Pole as you explore glowing tunnels, twinkling trees, and illuminated castle grounds.

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