Timeless Travels Magazine - - CANADA -

The ByWard Mar­ket of­fers plenty of sou­venir stores, sell­ing maple prod­ucts and cloth­ing bear­ing the Canadian flag or im­ages of moose. If you fancy a drink, there's a large range of Canadian beers to try, in­clud­ing those pro­duced by brew­pubs in Ottawa it­self, such as the Clock­tower Brew Pub. On­tario is also well known for its wine – try

some of those pro­duced by Henry of Pel­ham. If you'd pre­fer a cof­fee and a dough­nut, visit Tim Hor­tons, a Canadian in­sti­tu­tion since 1964 (the ‘Canadian Maple' dough­nut is par­tic­u­larly good). Other typ­i­cally Canadian pur­chases in­clude ice hockey para­pher­na­lia (if you're in Ottawa you should buy some­thing con­nected with the Sen­a­tors), First Peo­ples art, and minia­ture inuk­shuks (stone fig­ures made by the Inuit).

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