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Canadian Tulip Festival Named Number One Event

Spring tulips adorn Parliament Hill during the annual Canadian Tulip Festival held in May each year in Ottawa. The festival has been named the top Canadian event for 2015 and one of the top 100 events for all of Canada and the U.S. by a major North American travel association. (Samira Bouaou/Epoch Times)
Spring tulips adorn Parliament Hill during the annual Canadian Tulip Festival held in May each year in Ottawa. The festival has been named the top Canadian event for 2015 and one of the top 100 events for all of Canada and the U.S. by a major North American travel association. (Samira Bouaou/Epoch Times)

The iconic Canadian Tulip Festival has been declared Canada’s number one event of the year for 2015 and one of the top 100 events for...




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