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Canada is the 2nd largest country in the world (after Russia), but only counts 31 million people... Most of these people live just north of the US-border. The big three cities (Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver) plus the other major cities have close to 75% of the total population. In other words: the country is empty outside the major cities! In Quebec province French is the official language, anywhere else English will do.
Canada is the 2nd largest country in the world (after Russia), but only counts 31 million people... ...
Banff is a very touristy little city in Alberta. It may be your starting point to do some treks in t...
Calgary, Alberta, is between the prairie and the mountains. As rumours go "it can snow any day of t...
Churchill is known as the Polar Bear Capital of the World. In winter you may see polar bears nearby ...
Dawson is known for one thing: the Klondike Gold Rush in the 19th century. Many buildings are still ...
Jasper is a pretty little city close to the ice fields, Jasper National Park and the Rocky Mountains...
Canada's 2nd largest city. Bilingual English-French.
Niagara Falls with Canadian Horse Shoe falls and American Falls need no introduction.
Canada's capital near the Ottawa river
Prince Rupert is a port and landing for many cruise ships between Vancouver and Alaska.
Quebec City is one of the very few cities in North-America with an old city center. The old city is ...
Toronto is Canada´s largest city and economic power house. Toronto is home of the CN-tower, the Skyd...
Vancouver is considered one of the most beautiful major cities in the world thanks to its natural se...
Whistler is a famous resort for alpine skiing and mountain biking.
Whitehorse is the capital of Yukon in the middle of basalt cliffs, reminders of the Gold digger era.
Yellowknife is the capital city of Canada’s Northwest Territories. Approx. 20.000 people live here, ...