Quebec City never stops to fascinate visitors because of its unique culture, European feel in the Old District, beautiful location on the St. Lawrence River, entrancing festivals and most of all, its joie de vivre.
Orillia, Ontario, is the birthplace of Gordon Lightfoot. A beautiful city located on Lake Couchiching and Lake Simcoe in southern Ontario.
Canada's national languages, symbols, and traditions were formed through the unique circumstances which this country developed under. Canada is a bilingual multi-cultural country. Multiculturalism
Rosseau is a tiny village in Ontario perched on the top of a hill peering over the famous Muskoka lake of the same name.
What is now the Mairie — Town Hall — of Saint-Eustache, Quebec, was formerly a convent. Its styling was influenced by the French Second Empire; the site has strong, historical associations with the Patriotes and the Battle of Saint-Eustache, 1837.
Every country has its weird names and Canada is no exception. A few of the many strange places to visit the next time you are in the Great White North!
See photos and descriptions of what we got to see via boat trip to Squamish from Vancouver and then returning by the Royal Hudson Steam Train ride from Squamish returning to Vancouver. It was a spectacular day trip!
A list of 99 reasons that I love Canada: from Tim Horton's to the Yukon: there are so many reasons to love my country. Pictures and videos illustrate.
Stroll along with us through the peaceful Van Dusen Botanical Gardens and see photos of the exotic monkey puzzle tree; a Korean Pavilion; wide expanses of manicured lawns with multitudes of beautiful plants; lilypads floating serenely on lakes and throughout the 55 acres see magnificent sculptures...
Kingston on Lake Ontario is one of the best cities for finding jobs in Canada.