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Stargaze in Luxury Fall asleep under the stars at Glen Oro Farm's Eco-Retreat in Oro-Medonte (above). Nestled between towering maples and pines, stargaze from your king-size bed in your loft-style dome with a skylight for unobstructed views of the night sky. Each dome also has a wood-burning stove, an ensuite bathroom and a kitchenette. If you don't feel like cooking, enlist the services of chef Paul, who can prepare your meal over an open fire. glenoro.com Go Off the Beaten Path Curious about winter camping but have no gear and no experience? Then Voyageur Quest's three-day Algonquin Park expedition is for you. Led by seasoned guides, you'll learn backcountry travel skills—like how to properly haul a toboggan— snowshoe through fresh powder and ski over frozen lakes. The first night's respite is in a log cabin, followed by a night in a heated tent—which you'll set up yourself. voyageurquest.com Cozy Up in a Yurt Six provincial parks across Ontario offer furnished, winterized yurts—a cross between a tent and a cabin— including Killarney Provincial Park. Upon arrival, you'll be given a toboggan to carry your gear the 500 metres from the front gate to your site. Each of the six available yurts is outfitted with electrical heat, lighting, a barbecue and a covered outdoor dining area. Make sure to bring your own bedding and cookware. ontarioparks.com/ park/killarney OUTDOORS WINTER CAMPING can be intimidating for even the most seasoned summer camper, but with the proper gear, a toasty fire and a steaming mug of cocoa, below-freezing temps need not be a deterrent. No maer your comfort level with cold-weather camping, there's an exhilarating experience waiting for you. 3 Unforgeable Winter Camping Experiences A trip for every adventurer –Stephanie Gray PURCHASING A VEHICLE, whether new or used, should be an exciting time. But the buying process can be stressful and sometimes consumers may encounter issues related to a vehicle purchase. Fortunately, OMVIC (Ontario Motor Vehicle Industry Council) is here to help. As the province's vehicle sales regulator, OMVIC protects consumer rights by maintaining a fair marketplace. In addition to providing free educational resources to the public, OMVIC also inspects and registers automotive dealers and sales people. Become an informed buyer OMVIC knows that undertaking an expensive purchase such as a vehicle isn't something done quickly or without careful consideration. Consumers can trust OMVIC to provide reliable information for the purchase of any vehicle. OMVIC provides comprehensive advice that covers an extensive range of topics, including test driving tips, how to spot a rolled- back odometer, trade-in advice and what questions to ask when purchasing a vehicle privately. Consumers can also contact OMVIC's Consumer Support Services at 1-800-943-6002 for information about all-in pricing, long-term loans and more. Before making any vehicle purchase, visit omvic.ca for more helpful resources. Produced by Strategic Content Labs in collaboration with OMVIC P R E S E N T E D B Y CONFIDENT CAR BUYING AT YOUR FINGERTIPS In the market for a new vehicle? OMVIC can help you learn your rights as a car buyer OntarioMotorVehicleIndustryCouncil omvic_official @OMVIC_Consumers EARN MORE If you're looking to buy winter camping gear, you can earn up to 5% in CAA Dollars® when shopping online from such Rewards partners as SAIL, PRFO Sports and Altitude Sports. Visit caasco.com/ earnmore to start shopping.

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