Days Inn Canada
02/25/2017 at 15:14. Facebook
As Black History Month comes to a close, we want to recognize the achievements of these notable Canadians!

(Top row, L to R)
Viola Desmond - A businesswoman and advocate, and the first Canadian woman featured on a banknote.
Willie O'Ree - Former professional hockey player, known as the first black player in the National Hockey League.
Rose Fortune - First female police officer in...
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Days Inn Canada
02/24/2017 at 19:00. Facebook
For our Canadian music lovers, NorthByNorthEast (NxNE) music festival is getting an expansion this summer! [ Link ] #NXNE

NXNE announces big expansion for 2017
Days Inn Canada
02/23/2017 at 18:43. Facebook
Days Inn Canada and #CanadaTurns150 have teamed up to help you explore the beauty of our national parks with a Walk in the Park!

Plan a trip and book on at least 7 days in advance to save 15% off the hotel's Best Available Rate!

See for more information. We can't wait to see you!

National Park Hotels
Days Inn Canada
02/23/2017 at 16:17. Facebook
For this week's #ThrowbackThursday, we're looking at national sweethearts Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, and their fun Canadian routine leading up to the 2010 Vancouver Olympics!

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Tessa Virtue & Scott Moir EX 2010 Vancouver Olympics

Tessa Virtue & Scott Moir 2010 Vancouver Olympics Exhibition (Ice Dance Champion) Music:Everybody Dance Now

Days Inn Canada
02/22/2017 at 19:57. Facebook
We're helping celebrate #CanadaTurns150 this year! Did you know that you can visit all Canadian National Parks, Historic Sites, and Marine Conservation Areas in 2017? You can, with the help of the Discovery Pass!

See Parks Canada to order yours today and for more information! [ Link ]

Welcome to Parks Canada Passes and Permits
Days Inn Canada
02/22/2017 at 14:58. Facebook
The answer to our #TriviaTuesday question is Digital Orca at the Vancouver Convention Centre by writer Douglas Coupland. Have you been?
Days Inn Canada
02/21/2017 at 15:55. Facebook
It's #TriviaTuesday! Tell us, where in our great nation would you find this pixelated predator?
Today is #RandomActsofKindnessDay! Get those good feelings going, help out your neighbour, and pay it forward! How will you celebrate today?
Our friends in the UK brightened things up for commuters across the pond! Wouldn't we all love more sunshine right now? #DaysInnergy
An in-depth look at how Instagram is influencing our travel decisions, courtesy of National Geographic. Do you think this is a trend we will be seeing in the coming years? [ Link ]

How Instagram Is Changing Travel
Today is National Flag of Canada Day! As part of the #Canada150 event, we are celebrating this great flag of ours! We want to hear from you, what's your favourite moment with the Canadian flag? Show us your flag pride!
#TriviaTuesday answer is here! The laughing town is Saint-Louis-du-Ha! Ha! in Quebec. While it looks like laughing, 'ha-ha' is actually the French word for an unexpected obstacle or ending of a path. Thanks for playing!
Happy Valentine's Day from our family to yours! Any special plans for today?
This week's #TriviaTuesday is a bit of a riddle! Where in Canada would you find the laughing town?
Stay tuned for the answer!
Do you have plans for Valentine's Day? If not, this list might help you out! The 10 Most Romantic Destinations in Canada: [ Link ]

10 Most Romantic Places in Canada You Need to Visit
It's Sunday, and we've got 30 of the best brunch places in Canada for you to check out! Which one is your favourite? [ Link ]

30 of The Best Brunch Spots in Canada: The Ultimate Brunch Bucket List
Have you submitted your photo for National Flag of Canada Day on Feb. 15th? You've still got time to show your #Canada150 pride! [ Link ]

February 15 is National Flag of Canada Day -
Our #ThrowbackThursday this week is this amazing 360 video of the Toronto Blue Jays advancing to the ALDS!

Did you know that you can turn the camera in these videos? It almost feels like you're there!

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VR 360: Blue Jays Advance to the ALDS - YouTube

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This week's #TriviaTuesday answer is Mount Thor in Nunavut! Located in Auyuittuq National Park, it is the Earth's greatest vertical drop.