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As the leaves begin to change colour, what better way to experience the fall foliage than with a front-row seat? This Airbnb located in Sainte-Béatrix, Quebec offers up a stunning cabin that has remarkable views of the fall colours and your very own private spa. Talk about pure serenity, amirite?

The Airbnb has one bedroom and one bathroom and can fit up to two guests. The host describes the cabin as a "place to pause and relax for a few days — sheltered from daily chaos. It is in this spirit that we have designed this destination."

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The Sanderson sisters are making their (second) big comeback in Disney’s Hocus Pocus 2 on September 30 and simultaneously opening the doors of their eerie old cottage. Airbnb has unveiled a replica of the creepy colonial homestead in Danvers, Massachusetts, just north of Salem. The company is opening a one-time, US$31 booking for two guests to stay at the privately-owned house in October.

While the general public won't be able to see the recreation, Airbnb's photos of the two-bedroom abode are enough to trigger some serious nostalgia and jealousy.

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The Société des établissements de plein air du Québec (Sépaq) has completed the reconstruction of Oka National Park's boardwalk trail, offering 360-degree views of the foliage surrounding the park's central Grande Baie.

The 300-metre trail sits on stilts anchored at the bottom of the swampy cove, so visitors can walk right over the water. From the top of an observation tower at the water's edge, Sépaq says the pathway appears to take the shape of a duck head, a symbol of the park.

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Although summer might be over, there are still plenty of ways to tropic like it’s hot. Sunwing is offering up some pretty sweet last-minute vacay deals down south with all-inclusive packages starting at $645 — not too shabby for a week’s worth of fun in the sun, right?

Whether you're looking for a resort that offers non-stop relaxation, riveting watersports and activities or simply a spot to get your piña colada on, then here are a few affordable vacation packages to look out for:

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Summer might be coming to an end, but your chances of going on a much needed vacation certainly aren't. Air Transat is currently celebrating its 35th anniversary with up to 35% off of vacation packages down south and you can score an all-inclusive vacay for only $700. Well...$709 to be exact.

"It’s been 35 years since we buckled up for our first flight. Our birthday wish: to share our love for travel by offering discounts on select South packages!" the airline said on its website.

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The cold weather might not have arrived just yet but that doesn't mean it's too soon to plan some dreamy autumn getaways with your close friends or loved ones — especially with so many stellar Airbnb options to choose from.

Let us make your life a bit easier with this list of affordable chalets in the woods that can help you and your bestie make the most of fall foliage in la belle province without breaking that piggy bank of yours.

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If you waited for ages to board a flight at Montreal-Trudeau this summer, you may have wondered whether passengers at other airports were having it quite as bad. Most were not, according to CNN. The news site published a list of international airports with the worst delays in 2022 and Montreal and Toronto's hubs took the top spots. Vancouver's international airport came in 10th with over a third of flights delayed.

Around 51.9% of flights from Toronto Pearson were delayed this summer, while Montreal-Trudeau came in a close second with 47.8% delayed flights.

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What better way to witness the changing of the fall colours (and the Rockies) up close than with a trip to beautiful British Columbia? Flair Airlines currently has one-way flights from Montreal to Vancouver for as low as $89. Mhm, $89...

If you've been wanting to feast your eyes on some of Vancouver's natural and urban attractions, including Stanley Park, English Bay, Capilano and Granville Island, then now might be a perfect time. Although it might be a wee bit chilly to take a quick dip in the Pacific, it just might be worth it for the price you're paying.

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With fall just around the corner, you can take in those stunning autumn colours 50 metres from the ground at Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook.

Located in the Eastern Townships only two hours from Montreal, the suspension bridge is one of the longest in North America, spanning a total of 545 feet. The bridge is easily the park's biggest attraction and is the ideal spot to get a front-row seat to the changing fall colours.

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The peak of summer has passed, and fall is sneaking around the corner with a mug of cider. Before she gets here, it’s time to make plans to fill those chilly, beautiful days. Quebec’s national parks have the perfect opportunity coming September 10, when admission is free.

Each park is hosting a different set of activities for the occasion, including the three national parks close to the Island of Montreal. The Parc national des Îles-de-Boucherville is offering a chance to learn about the biodiversity of the park and the conservation projects established to maintain it. The event meets at La Tanière kiosk at 10 a.m. and continues until 3:30 p.m..

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While you might be feeling those end-of-summer scaries, there's still plenty of sunshine left for you to really make this summer season worthwhile.

With Canada being home to so many stunning crystal clear beaches, why not head out on the road trip you've always wanted to take and swim in some of the True North's most remarkable waters?

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Have you been itching to get your travel on? Now might be the best time as Flair Airlines is having a flash sale with 40% off all base fare routes across Canada, the U.S and Mexico.

"Whether you're headed to the beach or the mountains, we've got a destination for you!" Flair states on its website. And you can snag a flight from Montreal to Toronto for as little as $49!

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