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This Hidden 3-km Ontario Trail Will Take You To A Turquoise Water Beach Paradise

You’ll feel like you are in the Caribbean. 🏖️

Don't forget to pack your swimsuit, as this Ontario hiking trail will bring you to a beach with the most amazing clear turquoise water.

To find it for yourself, you can follow the Wilderness Trail in Pinery Provincial Park.

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The 3-kilometre path is the longest in the park and will take you through a lush pine forest.

The route will take you to a platform that looks over the azure waves.

If you feel like going for a swim to cool off, proceed down the stairs to one of the most breathtaking beaches you've ever seen.

Pinery Provincial Park

Price: $10.84 per vehicle

Address: 9526 Lakeshore Rd., Grand Bend, ON

Why You Need To Go: Within the park, there is a long stretch of shoreline where you can go swimming.

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.

Starbucks Canada Has A BOGO Deal On Drinks For The Next 5 Days

A great excuse to try the new apple crisp macchiato.

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If you love Starbucks Canada and love free drinks, you'll be happy to know the coffee chain's BOGO deal is back! Now until September 20, when you buy any handcrafted drink, you'll get a second one free.

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Fasten your seatbelts, Ontario drivers: your commute down Highway 427 is about to get a lot faster.

Ontario announced that it's opening up a 10-kilometre expansion of Highway 427 this Saturday, September 18. The expansion will stretch from Finch Avenue to Major Mackenzie Drive in order to help with traffic flow and minimize congestion.

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People In Durham Are Now Required To Track Any & All Visitors Or Risk Facing A Hefty Fine

If you don't keep a list of your guests' info, you could potentially get in trouble.

If you're planning on having some friends over and you're living in the Durham Region (which is anywhere from Pickering to Whitby) there are some new rules that you now need to follow.

As of September 11 at 12:01 a.m., anyone who hosts a social gathering in the area — from homeowners, tenants, owners, and business operators — must conduct contract tracing of everyone who comes over. This means having a complete list of names and contact information of everyone who comes over (no matter how old they are) and holding onto that information for at least a month.

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