Taking on the Canadian Capital: Ottawa Calls to Student Visitors
June 3, 2020

Catherine Vézina, an English teacher at the quite small de la Berge, du Chêne and de la Falaise schools within the municipality of Lotbinière, Québec, Canada, is passionate about making a difference in the lives of her students. “We live in a very rural and disadvantaged area, where the kids don’t necessarily have access to […]

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Top Student Destinations 2020: North America
May 20, 2020

When you’re ready to see the world without passing too many time zones, consider these 10 locations, selected by SYTA member tour operators as the top North America travel destinations favored by students and teachers. Québec City, Québec Montréal, Québec Ottawa, Ontario Toronto, Ontario Niagara Falls, Ontario Winnipeg, Manitoba Vancouver, British Columbia Mexico City, Mexico […]

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Upside Down, Underwater and Uncovering Toronto
April 17, 2019

Praised as a must-visit cultural destination and one of the best places to travel to in 2019, Toronto, Canada, lives up to its growing reputation as a thriving hub. For a city that just celebrated its 185th birthday, it still offers lots of newly innovative experiences for the curious student traveler. Interactive, illusory and imaginative—these […]

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Bonjour, Manitoba!
October 16, 2018

Did you know that Manitoba is home to Western Canada’s largest Francophone population? It’s true! There are many ways for students to experience the passion and history of the Franco-Manitoban culture in the heart of Canada. Students can visit Saint-Boniface, Winnipeg’s vibrant French neighborhood, which celebrates its 200th anniversary this year. Saint-Boniface is steeped in […]

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Top 10 Student Destinations: North America
September 19, 2018

SYTA member tour operators selected 10 cities as the Top North America Travel Destinations favored by students and teachers. NO. 1 TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA One of the most multicultural cities in the world, Toronto is a center for arts, culture and history. Toronto’s story spans from indigenous life and British rule to the Canadian Confederation […]

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