Saturday December 16, 2017
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Lost in an airport? Use Apple Maps to find your way

With airports the size of small cities these days, it’s any wonder passengers can find their way around at all.
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Porter flights to Myrtle Beach will resume on Feb. 14

Porter Airlines is set to resume seasonal service to Myrtle Beach on Feb. 14, 2018, the only nonstop flights to the destination from Canada.
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From 5 flights a week, to 10: Antigua can’t wait to see this winter’s numbers out of Canada

Lift, lift, lift: it’s been Colin Skerritt’s priority for Antigua and Barbuda since he was put in charge of the Canadian market 18 months ago.
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6 amazing reasons to book Ka’anapali Beach Hotel and The Plantation Inn

Just how ‘Hawaiian’ is the Ka’anapali Beach Hotel? Very.
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What’s new in watersports in Hawaii

Hawaii is an ideal setting for trips ranging from a beach getaway to an active adventure.
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Visit California, industry partners working together on crisis response as wildfires burn

Visit California has activated its Crisis Communications Plan as massive wildfires – including the Thomas fire, now burning across 230,000 acres and the fifth-largest wildfire in California’s history.
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Lyft arrives in Toronto, marking its first expansion outside US

Ride-hailing service Lyft will be available in Toronto starting today.
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Hotel happenings in Barbados and a season of sugar and rum

As the number of Canadians heading to Barbados continues to climb – the latest stats show a 10% jump – the number of hotel options is on the rise too.
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Amsterdam pushes back against ‘overtourism’

Hordes of tourists are derailing daily life in parts of historic Amsterdam. Visitors clog the city's narrow streets. Stores catering only to tourists edge out shops for locals.
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