Canada's Greatest Cold-Weather Activities
Canada’s greatest cold-weather activities run from the thrilling – think back-country skiing in British Columbia or ice-climbing in Alberta – to the leisurely – think Winter Carnival revelry in Quebec, or ice skating frozen canals in Ontario. You can even enjoy iced maple syrup in Quebec, or go ice fishing in Manitoba: Canada is your frozen oyster. Canada is often defined by its cold weather – and how Canadians take advantage of the winter months – so look north now for your next active holiday.

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The Baby Grizzly

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At the top of Grouse Mountain I came across the bear enclosure and managed to see this beautiful baby Grizzly Bear.

Whilst being Summer time, there was still snow prevalent on the top of the mountain, which is also called the Peak of Vancouver.

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At the top of Grouse Mountain I came across the bear enclosure and managed to see this beautiful baby Grizzly Bear.

Whilst being Summer time, there was still snow prevalent on the top of the mountain, which is also called the Peak of Vancouver.

At the top of Grouse Mountain I came across the bear enclosure and managed to see this beautiful baby Grizzly Bear.

Whilst being Summer time, there was still snow prevalent on the top of the mountain, which is also called the Peak of Vancouver.

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