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A view of the Agawa Canyon from the Agawa Canyon Tour Train. Travel writer Bob Boughner notes that if you are a fan of the Canadian artists known as the Group of Seven, you will recognize many of their iconic paintings in the scenery along the train route. Three-day train trips are scheduled for Sept. 26-28, Sept. 30 to Oct. 2 and Oct. 10-12. (File photo)

Seeing the Agawa Canyon as it was painted

It's never too early to plan ahead when it comes to travel. And that's why you might want to consider signing up for a three-day Agawa Canyon fall colour train tour. View fall colours like you have never seen before. For decades the Agawa Canyon tour has been a favourite way-to experience some of the most spectacular fall colours in North America.

Campaign asks you to Conquer the Coast

A new marketing campaign by Tourism Sarnia-Lambton is inviting travellers to discover the region's waterfront and rising craft beer, wine and culinary offerings. “Conquer the Coast” is a video-based social media campaign designed to showcase the unfamiliar and unexpected experiences and attractions that exist along Ontario's Blue Coast.

Jack Miner’s Bird Sanctuary at Kingsville is always worth the drive – but its best to come in early spring or late fall if you want to see a lot of geese. The sanctuary was established by Ohio-born Jack Miner in 1904. (File photo/Postmedia Network)

Timing is everything at Jack Miner’s

Spring is in the air – finally – and for many tourists and locals alike it's a great time to visit the world-famous Jack Miner Bird Sanctuary on the outskirts of Kingsville, the temporary home to thousands and thousands of Canada geese and ducks.

An elaborate April Fool's joke earlier this week had the Disney company opening a Disney theme park and resort in Toronto by 2028. (Handout)

Not the first time fake tourism news has been plan

U.S. President Donald Trump would not be happy with an April Fool's announcement that the Toronto Islands are about to become home to a huge Disney amusement park. And many Torontonians are outraged by the news that turned out to be fake.

The Toronto Zoo's Panda Passage exhibit has been moved to the zoo in Calgary after a five-year period in Toronto, but travel writer Bob Boughner says Ontario residents need not worry. The Toronto Zoo still has 5,000 animals representing 450 different species, and although the pandas have left the building, the zoo is still worth visiting. (File photo)

Zoo worth a visit . . . even without pandas

If you were planning to visit the Toronto Zoo this spring or summer to catch a glimpse of the giant pandas, forget it. The five-year loan of the pandas to the Toronto Zoo came to an end this week and the star attractions are already at their new home in the Panda Passage at the Calgary Zoo.

The coast of Florida. Travel writer Bob Boughner says there a few things returning Canadian snowbirds need to remember as they make their way home in the coming weeks. Among them is a definite deadline to return to Canada to avoid being considered a U.S. resident for tax purposes. (File photo)

Things to remember for returning snowbirds

Attention Canadian snowbirds planning to return home this month. There are several things to attend to before you depart according to Snowbirdadvisor.ca. to ensure a smooth transition home.

Ring-necked ducks are migrating through Southwestern Ontario now. Their numbers will increase into April. (PAUL NICHOLSON/SPECIAL TO POSTMEDIA NEWS)

Conservation funding prompts praise

While not on the front pages of newspapers, responses from nature organizations to conservation commitments made by Finance Minister Bill Morneau in the recently tabled federal budget were highly favourable.

Logan Toupin of Bancroft had a bird’s-eye view with snowy owl Tiquak at the 70th annual Toronto Sportsmen’s Show in 2017. The event is returning to the International Centre in Toronto beginning on March 14. (File photo/CNW Group/Toronto Sportsmen’s Show)

Show dates back 70 years, to 1948

The Toronto Sportsmen's Show returns to the International Centre on March 14 for a five-day event of fishing, hunting, boating, camping and outdoor adventure.

Alexandra Wilson, of Whitby, has her picture taken with Justin Bieber on the Steps of Avon at the Stratford Perth Museum. (Galen Simmons/Postmedia Network )

Bieber fever hits Stratford

Stratford has long been world famous as home of the Stratford Festival but now it has a new claim to fame thanks to one of its most prominent citizens – Justin Bieber.

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