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Travelzoo Canada Celebrates Fifth Anniversary

Travelzoo Canada Inc. is celebrating our fifth anniversary this week. Throughout the years, our primary goal has been to provide a mix of accessible and experiential deals that are the lowest in market. 

We could not have achieved this level of success without maintaining relationships with key partners, including TravelTST, who has customized a spring or fall fling to Paris in honor of this occasion.

Additionally, this week’s Top 20 is complete with sun vacations, international airfare, domestic & international hotels, as well as acclaimed theatre, from some of our longstanding partners.

  • Sunwing Vacations: Stroll sun-kissed white sandy beaches in Cuba, with one of 15,000 winter vacations priced from CA$385, before tax.
  • Cathay Pacific: Navigate the towers of Hong Kong or the beaches of Phuket and other Asian destinations in between, starting from CA$854. Fly in style too: Cathay was named winner of Best Transpacific Airline at the 2011 World Airline Awards by Skytrax.

  • Hilton Hotel and Suites Niagara Falls/Fallsview: Sprawl out in a whirlpool-equipped room at Canada's tallest hotel for CA$129 (regularly CA$270), Sundays-Fridays through Dec. 22. In addition to snazzy accommodations, partake in a winery tour and tasting, plus dinner and breakfast.

  • Stratford Shakespeare Festival: Catch well-reviewed performances of "Camelot" or "The Homecoming" before the curtain closes. Tickets for all scheduled performances cost CA$45 per person through October.

On behalf of the team, I would like to thank each of you for helping us become the preeminent source for travel, entertainment and local deals in Canada.

What a long, engaging and rewarding trip it’s been!

Michael Duchesne is the Publisher of Canada's Top 20 list.

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Deal Expert, Toronto
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
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