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This Essay article is part of a Narcity Media series. The views expressed are the author's own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Narcity Media.

Camping season is here, and in Canada, there's no shortage of breathtaking spots to pitch a tent.

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The opinions expressed in this article are the author's own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Narcity Media.

Honestly, moving from New Brunswick I knew that almost any city was going to feel super fun in comparison. I love my hometown, but the activities there are few and far between.

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They say that drinking a Bloody Mary is good for nursing a hangover, but the alcoholic version of the delicious drink can offer some out of this world tastes for a day of drinking too — especially at this restaurant at the Naples Grande Beach Resort.

Hidden within the resort is The Catch of the Pelican, one of their few select on-site eateries that even non-resort guests can visit to chow down on some seriously delicious seafood. They even offer complimentary valet parking for non-hotel guests.

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Everyone knows that fall is the most beautiful time of year in Canada. Although the heat of summer may keep us warm for a while, fall is what fuels the fire in our heart's. But why? 

Is it the cool air paired with cozy sweaters and fall scented candles? Or maybe it's the pumpkin spiced lattes and apple picking? All of these things make fall the most fun season of the year, but what makes it the most beautiful is of course, the fall foliage. 

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This past week demonstrated the true erraticism of Canadian weather, with extreme conditions plaguing the country upon the arrival of fall. Ontario and Quebec in the east were scorched with record-breaking heat, and Alberta in the west was bombarded with early snowfall. To an outsider, such circumstances may seem rather peculiar; but for Canadians, this is nothing new.

Jonathan Belles, a meteorologist for The Weather Channel, told Maclean's that the flip-flop in weather currently being experienced across the country is simply a circumstance of normal weather patterns. "It has snowed in Alberta in August before," he said. "But as far as I could find, it has never snowed in Toronto in September."

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