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About travelglossary

A Toronto-based freelance writer and a former books contributor for The Canadian Press, Cherie DeLory has published numerous articles including travel, food, parenting, author profiles, health and lifestyle. Publications include Zoomer, WestJet Magazine, The Globe and Mail and ELLE Canada. Cherie holds a Bachelor of Arts in Radio and Television (Ryerson University) and a Bachelor of Education (University of Toronto).

Winter Wassailing in Herefordshire, UK

Traipsing through apple orchards and slinging back ciders in the rural hamlet of Much Marcle, England, I learned a thing or two about this renaissance beverage, and the eccentric rituals and traditions the local farmers are keen to uphold.  (Cider … Continue reading

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Taste of Toronto takes off at Fort York

It was a fun start to Taste of Toronto, with plenty of free samples and celebrity chef sightings to go with your $20 cover charge.  Foodies can eat, drink, participate in Metro Master Class, and stop by the Taste Theatre … Continue reading

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Garden Gazing in Toronto

I’ve never been a gardener. But boy do I love flowers. An obvious influence must be that my childhood century home in the country sat on just shy of an acre of green grass, with  a glorious potpurri of wildflowers … Continue reading

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Done with winter? Celebrate spring with these five winter-busting remedies

It’s beginning to look a lot like…spring!  Canada Blooms opens in Toronto on March 10th. Brighten  your day and take some time to smell the roses…and lilacs and daffodils and…. (The following article was originally published March 26, 2014) There’s … Continue reading

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Five favourite things about Canada’s favourite spa

Upon entering the serene stone-walled grounds to Ste. Anne’s Spa in Grafton, Ontario, it’s easy to imagine stealing away into the transformed secret garden described in famous children’s author Frances Hodgson Burnett’s novel, The Secret Garden. Built in 1858 by … Continue reading

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Fall for cycling in Northumberland County

Switch gears this fall with an invigorating cycling trip in Ontario’s countryside. Autumn is the best time of year to push off on a cycling adventure. Make a day of it or book an overnight stay. What better way to … Continue reading

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10 reasons to visit the CNE (August 19 to September 5, 2016)

  Maybe it’s the midway madness, the zany food concoctions, or the plethora of international shopping and culture that bring you to the Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto year after year. Whatever the appeal, Canada’s largest fair has been a crowd … Continue reading

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