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WAT'CHEE EXPEDITIONS Chesnaye, Manitoba A former navy communications base turned full-service wilderness lodge, Wat'Chee Expeditions' subarctic locale is home to caribou, ptarmigan, Arctic foxes and the world's largest polar bear denning area. Be sure to stay awake long enough to witness the bright, dancing lights of the aurora borealis. SPIRIT BEAR LODGE Klemtu, British Columbia Catch a glimpse of the elusive spirit bear—an off-white subspecies of the coastal black bear—at this world-class ecotourism destination nestled in the Great Bear Rainforest. Owned by the Kitasoo/Xai'xais people, Spirit Bear Lodge offers hiking, kayaking and canoeing experiences. FEAST CAFÉ BISTRO Winnipeg, Manitoba Feast Café Bistro, opened in 2015 by home cook turned restaurateur Christa Guenther of Peguis First Nation, features a smattering of Indigenous-fusion dishes, like bannock pizza, bison chili and pickerel sliders. Try the coconut squash curry, served with beans and wild rice. TUNDRA NORTH TOURS Inuvik, Northwest Territories Experience Inuit culture at a traditional whaling camp or observe herds of reindeer at Tundra North Tours, an Inuit company that offers nearly two dozen authentic Arctic experiences in Canada's far north. If the holiday you're looking for isn't listed, ask about a custom tour. WINTER 2020 | 17 Whether it's exploring Canada, heading for a tropical holiday or a European vacation, a CAA Travel Planner can provide expert advice to arrange every detail of your dream trip. When you're ready to travel again, visit for details. READY TO TRAVEL AGAIN?

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