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The paradise island predicted to be a 2024 hotspot that's right here in the UK

It looks like the Caribbean but it's only a few hours away from London.


The Perfect Cold-Weather Vacation Capsule Wardrobe Exists — Here’s How I Built It

Vacation outfits don’t come naturally to me. The demanding schedule and constant climate adaptations that come with traveling means packing for a vacation will often clash with my desire to put on looks that are fashionable, but impractical. After years of over-packing and putting my feet through the pain of wearing inappropriate shoes for hours-long sightseeing trips, I finally got down to perfecting a capsule wardrobe for joyous travel. Ahead...


Time runs out for Afghan migrants stuck in Pakistan

The deportation deadline for Afghans living in Pakistan has now passed, leaving many in fear of being rounded up and forcibly expelled. CBC’s Salimah Shivji goes to Islamabad to learn about the crackdown and what it means for the people living in uncertainty.


Explore a digital version of N.B.’s Black history

The New Brunswick Black History Society wanted to reach a bigger audience, so they created an interactive — and movable — catalogue that allows users to explore the province’s Black history.


The ‘island of immortals’ where residents regularly live past 100


Here’s How to Keep Active While Travelling

Out-of-office doesn’t have to mean out of sync with your feel-good fitness habits.


England face gruelling six hour coach journey at Euro 2024 due to UEFA rule

They would have preferred to take the plane...


Ski resorts, farmers struggling with warm winter

There's no business like snow business, and the unusually warm winter in Western Canada is drying up profits for some. Neetu Garcha looks at the struggles of British Columbia's ski resorts, and the Prairies' agricultural sector.


London Underground can fine you for travelling too slowly across the city


Watch out for flying fees: WestJet hikes checked-bag cost, Flair adds credit card fee

Here’s the good news: Airfares have declined in Canada. The bad news? You might wind up paying more in added fees. WestJet, along with several U.S. airlines, recently hiked its checked-bag charges. And Flair Airlines has a new fee: a charge for paying for your flight with a credit card.


Canada to bring back visa requirement for many Mexican nationals

Canada is about to bring back visa requirements for Mexican nationals, a senior government source has told CBC Radio-Canada. The measure is intended to curb the number of asylum claims and prevent Mexican nationals from using Canada as a back door to enter the U.S.


I Desperately Need A Vacation, But How Do I Leave My Anxiety At Home?

Confession: I am stressed out. Everyone is. These days, it feels as though God set the difficulty level of the game of life on “hard” mode, and we’ve been battling final boss after final boss every single day. But while many people have found outlets for their pent-up tension (sex! DIY nail art! homemaking!), I’ve found it really challenging to do anything productive with my stress. Even when I feel myself getting physically and mentally...


Ask RideApart: How Do I Prepare For A Long Ride?

Getting ready for a long ride can seem like an arduous task. Let’s break it down and keep it simple.


14 Trustworthy Travel Mugs For Commutes, Gym Runs, Camping, & More

The perfect travel mug should be synonymous with sipping fresh hot coffee while peacefully watching the sunrise. Instead, more often than not, the portable beverage holder is the root of lukewarm liquid seeping into our bags and dribbling down our hands during frantic morning commutes. Investing in a reusable to-go cup is a no-brainer — but, finding one that actually works requires a little more dexterity. This is why we scanned the internet to...


Ontario ski hills may face early closure amid warm temperatures, lack of snow

Ski destinations across southern Ontario have been struggling this season amid unusually warm weather and a lack of snowfall. CBC's Clara Pasieka spoke to some who fear their season may be coming to an early close.


Where to visit, sleep and eat in San Francisco — and the one thing every tourist must know

Everything you need to know for a trip to the Golden City.


Tough travel as ski lovers rejoice in Southern Ontario

While ski enthusiasts rejoice in Southern Ontario over fresh snow, travelers face challenging conditions due to snow squalls impacting the region. Meteorologist Rhythm Reet from The Weather Network provides insights into the dynamics of these snow squalls and their effects on travel across Southern Ontario


16 exciting new train routes for 2024 and beyond

From swanky sleeper services to dynamic first-of-their-kind engineering feats, these are the best new and upcoming rail journeys to get excited about.


The most interesting European cars we’ve ever spotted in American junkyards

American junkyards are inevitably full of Detroit's finest - but we've unearthed plenty of European models on our travels too


A brazen iPhone scam in Iran reflects its economic struggles and tensions with the West

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — With flashy celebrity ads and promises of deep discounts, a shop in Iran's capital had offered consumers in the Islamic Republic one of the hottest products in the country — an iPhone that came out in 2021. But instead of getting their hands on the handsets, police and prosecutors in Iran allege customers found themselves ensnar...


Where to shop and what to eat on an unforgettable getaway to Madrid

From stylish shopping districts to the buzziest eateries, Spain's capital has everything you need for a short break


Passports in our eyes and trips to Mars: the real future of travel?

From sojourns on the Moon and Mars to AI-powered robot concierges, we reveal what holidays might look like in 30 years' time.


The things all car lovers must do at least once

20 things every enthusiast should do before kicking the bucket


The 24 Best Commuter Bags For Short Trips & Long Walks

Flowers are beginning to bloom, squirrels are trying to find their hidden nut stash, and baby birds are chirping: Ergo, it's time to emerge from our (chosen) WFH hibernation cave and actually socialize at work by going into the office because of the nice weather. This means actually dressing up in cute springtime work attire (maybe with a light coat?) and packing your work bag and lunch the night before a beautiful day ahead. Time to get outside...


Zack's Crib reports on two months of hope and challenge

Darlene Wroe Local Journalism Initiative Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES - Zack's Crib director Cindy Dube and coordinator Wolfie attended the February 21 meeting of DTSSAB to outline how the first two months of the new shelter in New Liskeard have been going. Dube said at the District of Timiskaming Social Services Administration Board (DTSSAB) meetin...


The world's most incredible wildlife experiences for your bucket list

Get close to nature with the greatest immersive wildlife experiences around the world.


Spanish City to Charge Tourists a Fee to Visit Plaza, Drawing Scorn From Locals: 'Shameful'

Officials in Seville, Spain have decided to impose a fee for out-of-town visitors to the bustling Plaza de España to prevent further dilapidation. Knewz.com has learned locals are concerned the move could restrict their access and prompt a dip in tourism to the landmark, where a Star Wars movie was once filmed. "Nothing is going to be closed or pri...


Biden, Trump try to work immigration to their political advantage during trips to Texas

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden and his likely Republican challenger Donald Trump both head to the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas on Thursday in a sign of how central immigration has become to the 2024 election and how much both candidates want to use it to their advantage. Each has chosen an optimal location from which to underscore his respective points. Biden, who wants to spotlight how Republicans tanked a bipartisan border security deal...


When the US supported Zionist territorial claims

One could ask Blinken whether “old” settlements are legal or whether it is only “any expansion” of Jewish communities that would be illegal.


Dior celebrates the 1960s and the origins of ready-to-wear at Paris Fashion Week

PARIS (AP) — Sculptural figures resembling cane warriors, clad in billowing dresses that evoked skeletal forms, stood sentinel on Dior’s runway Tuesday, presenting a visual metaphor for the protection of vanishing cultures. The display marked another chapter in Maria Grazia Chiuri ’s ongoing fusion of fashion and fine art at Paris Fashion Week. Cel...


US asylum measure aimed at curbing claims has limited impact given strained border budget

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Inside giant white tents that house about 1,000 migrants near Tucson International Airport, Border Patrol agents demonstrate clockwork efficiency to release detainees within two days of arrest with orders to appear in immigration courts at their final destinations. Agents transmit information from the field to colleagues who pr...


These 7 Companies In Canada Offer Unlimited Vacation & Have Job Openings Right Now

Who doesn't love a slew of employee perks?


I dreamed of travelling while working remotely — then it became my nightmare

The digital nomad lifestyle is not all it's cracked up to be.


How to keep kids happy during airplane flights

Dale, a flight attendant, shares tips for a smoother flying experience with babies and toddlers.


Road Tested: The 10 Best Travel Shoes On Amazon

When you’re spending long hours in transit, wearing comfortable shoes can make all the difference. Packing space is scarce when you’re traveling, so you need footwear that can really go the distance, striking the perfect balance between versatility and arch support. The ideal pair of travel shoes should also be extra-durable, in order to withstand long days of sightseeing — plus, all those scruffs and scratches you will likely pick up from...


Camping with toddlers: Moms give their best tips to keep everyone happy

Gone are the carefree days of roughing it in the bush. If you're planning on camping now that there are little kids with you, The Weather Network's Mia Gordon has these essential survival tips.


Upgrade your vacation wardrobe with these 10 great finds for men

From must-have polarized sunglasses and comfy linen pants to flexible shorts and easygoing T-shirts, we've thought of everything for your vacation wardrobe.


Tate collection masterpieces touring Midlands and North

Masterpieces by artists including David Hockney, Damien Hirst and Andy Warhol from Tate’s national collection are going on tour around the Midlands and North. Tate has joined forces with the international art foundation Art Explora and MuMo mobile museum to take the paintings on a 12-week tour until May 11 2024. The Mobile Museum will tour a specia...


The 23 Best Travel Shoes, According To A Foot Doctor

Traveling is basically a full-body workout. Your eyes and ears are constantly receiving new information and capturing new memories while your brain functions as an internal GPS. You’re building biceps from lugging weekender bags and pushing around rolling suitcases, and, of course, no other part of your body gets nearly as much action as the feet. When you’re clocking upward of 10,000 steps daily — hopping from site to site and running to catch...


London, Taiwan and Tokyo: Five interesting trips MPs took as sponsored travel

Spending on sponsored travel reached new heights last year, with MPs tallying $840,000 worth of trips funded by aid organizations, think tanks and human rights groups. Sponsored travel allows MPs to accept trips to destinations all over the world and within Canada as long as the purpose, cost and sponsor of the trip is publicly disclosed. The National Post reviewed five years of trips MPs have disclosed as sponsored travel, which is all...


In the battle of Ryanair Vs EasyJet, this airline comes out top

It's a very close call.


15 things you must do in Venice, Italy

There are a million things to do in Venice, but there are only 15 things you can't go without.


Previous Nuffield Scholarship recipient Coles argues innovation revolution needed for ag industry

The 2024 Farming Smarter Conference, which was held at the Sandman Signature Lethbridge Lodge from February 14 - 15, included a presentation from Ken Coles, Executive Director of Farming Smarter about the worldwide travel he did as a recipient of the Nuffield Scholarship. The Nuffield Scholarship was awarded to Coles in 2021 and involved being give...


Ontario, travel hazard with icy surfaces and snow squalls

From double-digit highs to sub-zero through Wednesday afternoon. Flash freeze and blustery winds create extensive snow squalls across southern Ontario. Meteorologist Nadine Powell has the details.


Cyndi Lauper inks deal with firm behind ABBA Voyage for new immersive performance project

STOCKHOLM (AP) — Legendary pop icon Cyndi Lauper, who rose to fame in the 1980s with hits such as “Time After Time” and “Girls Just Want To Have Fun,” has entered a partnership with the Swedish masterminds behind the immersive virtual concert ABBA Voyage. The partnership announced Thursday by the Pophouse Entertainment Group co-founded by ABBA sing...


R29 Editors Style FP Movement’s Puffer Vest 6 Ways

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At least two dozen migrants died off Senegal's northern coast trying to reach Europe, say officials

DAKAR, Senegal (AP) — At least two dozen people died off Senegal's northern coast and many were injured when their boat capsized, said officials, underscoring the danger of the route used by an increasing number of migrants seeking to reach Spain from West Africa. The boat was bound for Europe and capsized near the town of Saint-Louis where bodies ...


Prince George looks to opt out of province’s new short-term rental rules

Some municipalities in British Columbia are pushing back against provincial legislation that restricts short-term rentals, with Prince George city council voting unanimously on Monday to request to opt out of the Short-Term Rental Accommodations Act. Meera Bains has more.


A dog in the car: The complete guide to a relaxed and calm ride with dogs

Merav Gamliel Boshan, a dog trainer, shares tips to help your dog have a comfortable and calm car ride with you.


Marketmind: Inflation in focus, bitcoin buoyant

A look at the day ahead in European and global markets from Kevin Buckland European investors are due for a super-sized helping of inflation data, with a side of bitcoin, on a day when Asian equities offered few trading cues and currencies were stable - with the notable exception of the Japanese yen. The menu includes CPI figures from across the German states, France and Spain, ahead of euro