the practice line at Comox Games Comox is a town on the eastern coast of Vancouver Island, a little further north from Qualicum Beach. It has a population of over 12,000 people and shares the Comox Valley with Courtenay and Cumberland. The town is famous for being the home of British Columbia’s oldest licensed establishment, […]

Building in the main Street of Dawson City, Yukon Dawson City was once a small outpost at the mouth of the Klondike River in the valley of the Yukon River, used by Indians to dry their salmon. This shanty town was transformed, however, by gold rushers who set up timber shacks and canvas tents. Almost […]

Port Daniel is a little town in the Gaspé peninsula famous for its Port Daniel Park, which is a good spot for trout and salmon fishing.

Falls in Quebec city Quebec is Canada’s largest province with a landmass covering one-sixth of Canada, but it is also its most unique – home to a huge French-speaking enclave with a distinct culture not found anywhere else.[1] Known as “La Belle Province”, its bastion of French culture in an Anglo-dominated continent has survived to […]

Port Hardy Port Hardy is a small village on the northeastern coast of Vancouver Island. Its population is around 4,000. The town is heavily dependent on tourism, and is not only popular itself for its world-class cold water scuba diving, but serves as a base for travelers departing by ferry to Prince Rupert. In the […]

The Vancouver Aquarium is a public aquarium, which officially is called as the Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre. This aquarium lies in the city of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Vancouver itself is a major tourist destination and due to the Vancouver Aquarium, which is again a major tourist attraction, the city draws millions of visitors […]

DSC_1184 – Back way in Grand Pre is a community in Nova Scotia known as the "great meadow" of dyked lands and lies along the shores a few kilome­ters east of Wolfville. It was founded by Acadians and has served as the home of immigrant artisans and farmers for three centuries.[1] The town is the […]

Prefire buildings, street layout / Г‰difices et rue avant le feu Barkerville is a restored 1870s gold rush town in British Columbia with board sidewalks and dirt streets where you can try your hand panning for gold and watch melodramas of this period. It was the main town of the Cariboo Gold Rush. Of the […]

Just Hanging Around Canada’s Wonderland is a theme park in Vaughan, Ontario, which is a suburban city north of Toronto. The amusement park is actually not too far from Black Creek Pioneer Village, and is about 32 kilometers (20 miles) northwest of downtown Toronto. The theme park encompasses a 370-acre area, offering shrieking and whooping-inducing […]

Ontario is known to be a city that offers prosperity of activities for an affordable price by means of the complimentary exchange rate.


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