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Located an hour from Toronto, St. Jacobs Farmers Market has teamed up with KWFamous for the second edition of Vintage Fest at Market Road Antiques in St. Jacobs, a beloved day-trip destination. This three-day event showcases over 200 vintage vendors, fashion icons, and artisans, blending the old with the new. Highlights include quirky furniture, retro attire, upcycled fashion, rare collectibles, and affordable thrift finds. Notable '90s brand Modrobes will be featured, alongside a range of styles from Art Deco to Mid-Century Modern, Disco Glam, and everything from the '80s and '90s.

The festival offers a diverse weekend of music with Funk’n Fun Saturday, Soulful Sunday, and Mellow Monday, headlined by The Free Label, Nichelle Bernard, and Tragedy Ann. You can enjoy upcycling demos, crafting for kids, fashion shows, swing dance lessons, and breakdancing battles featuring b-boy, b-girl, and crews. The fairgrounds will come alive with buskers, jugglers, and magicians, enhancing the vibrant atmosphere.

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If burning a Bath & Body Works three-wick candle brings you joy like it's nobody's business then chances are you're about to add a few more scents to your growing candle collection.

Bath & Body Works Canada is hosting a sale on all of its candles, making it the ideal time to grab a few new items.

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Summer is just around the corner, and it's time to start planning some trips.

If you're not sure where to go, the top places to visit in Canada for summer 2024 have been revealed, and they include small towns with European flair and destinations with tons of outdoor adventures.

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If you and your partner need a break from Vancouver, perhaps a road trip to a charming small town for a romantic weekend getaway is just what you need.

Many adorable towns near Metro Vancouver offer gorgeous scenery, great food, fun activities and a nice change of pace from the big city.

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A classic hallmark of springtime in Ontario is cherry blossom season, when the Japanese trees bloom in brilliant shades of pink and white.

If you can't afford a plane ticket to Japan to see the sakura, thankfully, there are plenty of spots to see cherry blossom trees in and around Toronto.

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Spring is all about those beautiful blooms, and this secret destination near Toronto is a magical spot to see some flowers this season.

You can wander beneath a canopy of blushing pink blossoms that will have you feeling like you've stepped into a fairy tale.

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If you love sipping on tea, then chances are you're going to love saving on it, too. DAVIDsTEA is hosting its Family & Friends event this weekend in Montreal and you can score loads of quality teas and accessories all at a discounted price.

The Family & Friends sale at DAVIDsTEA begins April 19 and runs until Monday, April 22 and applies to DAVIDsTEA products both online and across its 18 locations across Canada. To find the closest DAVIDsTEA store to you, check out all its locales here.

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Dreaming of a little summer escape? You may want to head to this enchanting small town near Toronto. The destination was recently named the top summer vacay spot in Canada for 2024 and with its European vibes and charming streets, it's easy to see why.

Airbnb recently revealed its 2024 summer travel trends for Canadians in a press release, from overseas excursions to provincial adventures.

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It's almost the weekend! There's a bunch of free things to do in Toronto this weekend, so it's time to make those plans and leave your wallet behind.

From cherry blossom picnics to Earth Day celebrations and dance parties, you can enjoy your time off to the fullest without worrying about the price tag.

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Planning a European vacation this year? Whether you're eyeing a summer trip spent Greek island hopping or you'll be heading to Paris this fall, there are plenty of things you'll want to keep in mind before you head out.

From entry rules to what to pack, there are quite a few key things that Canadians should be sure to prepare for if they're travelling overseas.

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