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Six Reasons We Love Canada

Travelers, rejoice: Canada is a place you're going to love. From vast expanses of untamed wilderness to urban thrills to cultural curiosities, the Great White North packs in extraordinary experiences from coast to coast and sea to shining sea. Love the outdoors? The Northern Lights will brighten your nights. Love urban charm? Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver pack plenty of cultural cache. We know you're going to love Canada.
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Whitehorse, YT, Canada
The Northern Lights are one of the most magical, but also most elusive, bucket-list sights. Scientists will tell you that the phenomenon is the result of solar winds reaching the earth’s atmosphere, but that doesn’t capture the beauty of the night...
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Blue River, BC V0E, Canada
Canada boasts some of the premier ski resorts in the world: Whistler Blackcomb (the largest in North America), Lake Louise Ski Resort in Banff National Park, and Mont Tremblant in Quebec. For the traveler who wants to venture beyond the resorts,...
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Churchill, MB, Canada
Of the world’s 20–25,000 polar bears, an estimated 60 to 80 percent of them live in Canada. The best place to come face-to-face with the majestic beasts is Churchill, Manitoba, the unofficial polar bear capital of the world. The prime time to see...
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301 Front St W, Toronto, ON M5V 2T6, Canada
Since it was built back in 1976, the CN Tower has toppedthe must-visit list of most Toronto tourists. Until recently, a visit was pretty standard; hop in elevator, shoot up to the observation deck,and ogle the city from a hawk’s vantage point....
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5425 Sackville St, Halifax, NS B3J 3Y3, Canada
The Citadel at Halifax looms over the city’s downtown from its hilltop location. While the capital of Nova Scotia below has been described as a “city of the future”— thanks to its commitment to the environment and excellent infrastructure—a visit...
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Communauté Atikamekw De Manawan, QC J0K 1M0, Canada
The Atikamekw people welcome visitors to their homeland, some 31,000 square miles of the province of Quebec, several hours north of Montréal. Here, in the boreal forest, the members of this First Nation fish, hunt, and farm the land where their...