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The Zemi Beach Resort opened to rave reviews on Anguilla last year. It's already become a haven for celebrities who want to get away from it all. (JIM BYERS PHOTO)

Six March Break trips fit for a celebrity

You’re dying for some time off at March Break; perhaps the beach or maybe a city or ski trip. But you also hope to run into a celebrity or two for that selfie that will make your friends crazy. Here are some options that combine great things to see and do with at least a small chance one of your favourite stars.

Outdoorsy couples can embrace winter at an Ontario Park this Valentine's Day. (Wayne Eardley/ONTARIO PARKS PHOTO)

Amping up the romance for Valentine getaways

For many romantics, flowers and chocolates just won't do for Valentine's Day. And the travel industry has responded by dreaming up some very creative ideas. Here are a few:

<b>DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS:</b> Downtown Las Vegas has become a hot spot for folks looking for an alternative to The Strip. Container Park is a lovely series of shops and restaurants fashioned out of old railway containers, with a generous sprinkling of play areas for kids and an outdoor stage for free musical performances. Shops sell everything from exotic jewelry to the latest fashions. The Neon Museum (pictured), also known as the Neon Boneyard, contains hundreds of fantastic old neon signs from the likes of the old Stardust and Sahara hotels. Not far away is the Mob Museum, where you can read about not only the local crime scene but see interesting bits about organized crime in Montreal, Toronto and Windsor, Ont. (Mark Daniell/Postmedia Network)

Five musts off the Las Vegas Strip

The Strip brings the glitz, but there is a lot more to Las Vegas than casinos, celebrity residencies and nightlife.

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Moving to Canada after the U.S. election? Here's where to go

The presidential election polls in the U.S. are getting ever tighter, which means those folks who vowed to move to Canada if their preferred candidate doesn't win the race should be checking their Canadian maps.