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My Canada – Our Canada

is more than a craggy-coastline, hulking-mountains, moose-spottings and bear droppings.

Captivating cultures stretch from west coast to east coast. One can kayak between rainforest-cloaked Aboriginal villages on Haida Gwaii before stopping in at an Asian night market to slurp noodles in Vancouver. When travelling east take the opportunity to lay over in Calgary for the Calgary Stampede before crossing the vast Prairie lands. Toronto is a must see for it is one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the world. Then stop over in Montreal for a sip of café au lait and a flaky croissant before moving on to join in a fiddling Celtic party on Cape Breton Island. Canada is incredibly different across its breadth. It’s a complete diverse package of music, arts and cuisine.

Canada’s artistic flair includes Edmonton’s International Fringe Theater Festival (the world’s second-largest), mega museums like Ottawa’s National Gallery. Montreal’s Jazz Festival and Toronto’s star-studded Film Festival. And tucked away in Ontario are Stratford and Shaw Theatre Festivals.

Canada has so much to see and because of it

more and more Canadians are having a stay-home vacation.

Canada – wikipedia

Fishing shack - Digby Nova Scotia

Fishing shack – Digby Nova Scotia

Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia

Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia

Digby Arm, Nova Scotia

Digby Arm, Nova Scotia

St Johns, Newfoundland

St Johns, Newfoundland

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