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Puppy love on The Great Trail in Thunder Bay, Ontario. Photo: mr_finn_fn2187 (via Instagram)
There's something special about this month. February a time to show love and appreciation - not just to our significant others, but to all our fellow Canadians. 

To celebrate the start of Black History Month, I'd like to share a small fragment of the contributions and achievements of Black Canadians in Canada. I also have a few tips for the ultimate romantic getaway on the Trail, along with one of our favourite videos and a brand-new Spotify playlist. If that isn't heartwarming enough, there's news from a completed Trail development update from Yorkton, Saskatchewan - supported by your donations.

Ready to show your love? Read on!
Jane, Trans Canada Trail
Canadian heritage sites to visit during Black History Month
 
As we  celebrate Black History Month across Canada, we are reminded of the incredible influence that people of African descent have left - and continue to leave - on the cultural fabric of our country. 
6 ideas for the perfect Trail date
 
From the 'Kissing Bridge' in Ontario to the hot springs of Banff National Park, you'll find plenty of options for romantic adventures with your significant other on the Trail! 
 
WATCH: Québec romantique
 
 
Quebec is called 'La Belle Province' for a reason! Whether you're seeking an outdoor adventure or something a little more intimate, this eastern province's trails are sure to impress your Valentine. 
Your impact: A new boardwalk for Yorkton, Saskatchewan
 
Thanks to your donations, a new boardwalk along the Trail in Yorkton allows locals and visitors to enjoy spectacular views of Ravine Ecological Preserve while protecting the various species of wildlife nearby. 
Donor profile: Mary Pat and Bob Armstrong
 
"We believe it's a wonderful idea to have a national Trail, and we loved seeing the Trail connected with the support of so many passionate people."
Sounds of The Great Trail: Valentine's Day
 
From Céline Dion to Anne Murray, and Paul Brandt to Rufus Wainwright, Canadians have produced a canon of timeless love songs for every generation. Here are some of the classics.

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