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While riding huge waves might seem like something you can only experience in tropical waters, there are actually a whole lot of places in Canada where you can go surfing. In fact, you can even go surfing in the city!

For anyone who's been wanting to "hang ten" north of the 49th parallel right here in Canada, you can shred on the ocean, a lake or even on a prairie river.

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The Alberta River Surfing Association and the Alberta Whitewater Association are working with Surf Anywhere and other partners with hopes to bring a Calgary river wave park to the city's downtown.

The development, planned to take place at 10th Street Bridge, is intended to be completed between 2025 and 2030. 

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There are a whole bunch of restaurants in Canada with eccentric dining experiences that will make you want to book a table ASAP.

If you're looking to add some unique eateries to your bucket list, here are seven that offer bizarre foods or have one-of-a-kind locations.

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Si voyager n'est pas si simple en temps de pandémie, on peut toujours rêver et faire des plans pour le futur. C'est exactement ce que te propose le Free Spirit Hostel au Nicaragua avec des deals valables jusqu'en 2022. 

Deux offres sont disponibles pour un séjour de sept jours et six nuits, incluant des cours de surf et de yoga.

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Your California Dreams are closer than you know! Whether you live to catch waves or have never been on a surfboard, West Edmonton Mall's World Waterpark has simulating surfing that is perfect for rookies and pros alike. 

They have a special pool called the "tsunami" which pumps out water at high velocity to recreate actual waves that you can carve in.

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