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CSL’s Favourite Hotels | Sutton Place Edmonton

“Do you have one of those 24 hour, nine to five jobs that doesn’t include vacations? What better way to turn a business trip into a mini vacation with the family than a drive up to Edmonton. The Sutton Place is ideally situated downtown, close to shops, restaurants and transportation- while you are at work,
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CSL’s Favourite Hotels | The Fairmont Palliser

“Have you ever wanted to trade places with Eloise, the mischievous little pampered girl who lived at a famed New York hotel?  The good news is that this dream can be realized.  The historic Fairmont Palliser in downtown Calgary is one of the city’s most recognizable edifices. Our late night check-in seemed to show off
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CSL Interviews | Paul Hughes of Calgary Food Policy Council

Chair of the Calgary Food Policy Council (CFPC) , Paul Hughes spoke to CSL about advocacy, the Calgary food system and why the CFPC got started. CSL: What is a Food Policy Council? Hughes: Food Policy Councils (FPCs) are comprised of individuals from all aspects of a local food system. They are often officially sanctioned
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Justin Leboe | Risk Taker

Growing up in Vancouver, food was an important part of the Leboe household, whether picking chanterelles in winter on Vancouver Island, collecting beach oysters or crabbing with cousins. For ten years, the chef worked in some of the top kitchens in North America (The French Laundry, Daniel, Jean-Georges). Sensing that the best way to advance his
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Travelling Notes | 5 Great Reasons to Visit Las Vegas

There has never been a better time to visit Sin City.          Encore Steve Wynn’s newest hotel, Encore, upped the ante on glamour.  The 2034 room hotel epitomizes 21st century cool with all the amenities you could possibly ask for including golf, spa, shopping, bars, clubs and restaurants. www.encorelasvegas.com   Bouchon A Lyonnaise
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Postcards | Costa Rica

  Read More from Costa Rica in the Winter 2007/08 issue of City Style and Living Magazine


Passport | Who wouldn’t love a face like this?

  The strange medieval beast (the gargoyle pictured at left) imaginatively recarved by the masons working on Holy Trinity Church, in Stratford-upon- Avon, England holds an important secret. It sits atop the church where William Shakespeare, the great dramatist and playwright, was baptized, worshiped and was buried. It was in this church where he first
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Passport | Hot Springs Around the World

The medicinal power of hot springs have been known for centuries, CSL guides you to three of these magical waters.


In Search of the Resplendent Quetzal | Savegre, Costa Rica

    Guido is dressed in mittens, a toque, and a fleece coat. He huddles near the van for warmth and shivers in the morning air. We giggle relentlessly at the antics of a Costa Rican unaccustomed to the cold. That morning, as we had driven down from San Jose toward the Talamanca mountains, Guido
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24 Hours in… | Paris, France

8:30 am: One of the reasons to visit Paris is to wake up to a pain au chocolat, steaming pot of coffee and hot milk. Linger over breakfast at Paul, a simple, casual bakery started in 1889. Paul Bakery: Galerie leCarrousel du Louvre, 99 rue de Rivoli;Tel- 01 47 03 98 91; www.paul.fr 9:00 am:
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