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Moraine lake in Lake Louise, Alberta


As Canada’s fourth-largest city and home to Canada's largest rodeo, Calgary is sure to please the tourist seeking big city entertainment with a generous dose of small town appeal. The unspoiled mountain playground of the Canadian Rockies is just an hour's drive west of Calgary. Whether you enjoy skiing and hiking or simply want a quiet retreat, Banff National Park and the surrounding area offer some of the best outdoor activities in the world any season of the year.

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Explore, shop, ski, surf – you can do it all in Vancouver, one of Canada’s largest urban centres. Stroll along the beaches, follow the seawall to the world-famous Stanley Park or take the boardwalk to Granville Island Public Market. Known for its picturesque mountain-capped skylines and innercity beaches, it’s easy to see why Vancouver is a dream destination.

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View of lighthouse in Halifax at sunset


The capital city of Halifax and its many surrounding communities make up the Halifax Regional Municipality in the easterly province of Nova Scotia. Here, history, shopping, fine dining, sightseeing, folk music, theatre, high teas, gallery exhibitions and festivals provide unique and entertaining diversions for all tastes.

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Alberta Legislature Building in Edmonton


Edmonton — Alberta's capital city — is a vibrant urban centre and the largest northernmost metropolis. The city is authentic, rugged and original, with an attitude that you'll appreciate as soon as you arrive. From local distilleries to charming French-inspired bistros, Edmonton is one of Canada's most exciting culinary cities.

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Skyscrapers in downtown Toronto


Toronto is a vibrant, exciting city with unique events and activities around every corner, year-round. There is plenty to eat, see and do, with an array of both classic and contemporary Canadian experiences, along with an incredible culinary scene that is as dynamic as the city itself. That’s not all – Toronto is also the gateway to the world-famous Niagara Falls, the pristine lakes and forests of Muskoka and more.

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Cobblestone streets in Montreal


Montreal is a vacationer's delight, loaded with sensational diversions for even the most discerning tastes. The city is full of culinary, historical, cultural, aesthetic, romantic and trend-setting attractions. Top off your visit with a trip to Montreal’s vibrant downtown nightlife scene, complete with clubs, pubs, concerts and parties embracing chic or shabby, lively or laid-back styles.

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Visitor capturing image of lake in Winnipeg at sunset


Once an important trading post for Canada's First Nations peoples, Winnipeg - the capital of Manitoba – is enjoying the glow of a cultural renaissance. The city’s known for its innovative arts and entertainment scene, and in fact it boasts the most live music per night per capita in Canada.

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