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While other, less hearty folk may retreat to warm comforts indoors, Canadians enthusiastically rush outdoors to experience all the wonderful joys of this special season. Want to follow in our footsteps and discover the best of Canada this winter? Grab your cozy scarf, gloves and parka, and explore the 13 greatest winter destinations in the Great White North.
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