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Festivals in Canada make its tourism a booming sector

Vancouver, BC - April 1, 2010 - Canada has been dubbed the small capital of the world festivals, and spring is the time of year where visitors from around the world who want something other than the traditional winter holiday in the snow, will have access a wide range of sensory experiences, such as wine tasting, maple syrup or the panorama of millions of tulips in bloom.

Planner - Sweet Treats

March and April are synonymous with maple syrup in the center of Canada. Ontario and Quebec are home to dozens of festivals related to maple syrup. Take a tour of a snowy cariole pulled by Percheron horses maple forests. Attend fiddle competitions and taste the taffy.

Planner - Tours of wineries

For the first ten days of May, the Okanagan in British Columbia offers a show for lovers of wine. The Okanagan Wine Festival has a reputation for the best festival of the province. The festival offers no less than 100 culinary events centered around wine and is an event not to be missed for gourmets and wine lovers.

Planner - Tulip Festival

Enjoy the nation's capital in bloom with more than three million tulips adorning the Ottawa Tulip Festival. This annual tradition of May 7 to 24, 2010 is the largest tulip festival in the world. As part of this floral festival, Ottawa set up an international pavilion where 15 countries will present their food, culture and entertainment.

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2001-12-22 21:30:15 by 2001

In Bethlehem, the Silent Nights Are Eerie

Tourists Flee City of Peace As Conflict Saps Spirits
By Hanna Rosin
Washington Post Staff
BETHLEHEM, West Bank -- In any other December, a pilgrim would recognize the road to the traditional birthplace of Jesus by its sparkle and cheer: white angels floating above the treetops, cab drivers in Santa Claus suits.
This year, the only objects festooning the road are an not even apologize to me.' She threw down her black purse and walked out of the room.
Johnny's sister Alice, 7, hopes only for child-size Christmas miracles. For the year before he was shot, Johnny was the only one in the family working, as a clerk in his uncle's store. As such, he was the one to give out the allowances. So for Christmas, Alice wants the candy she can no longer afford.

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