City Guide of Canadian Cities
Canada City Guide to help students select Schools, Universities, Colleges and places to visit in Canada.
Ontario City Guide
Ontario has many experiences to offer to travellers from the wilderness in Algonquin Park
to a shop till you drop Yorkville shopping extravaganza. Cultures from around the world
thrive and are celebrated in Ontario with festivals such as Caribana, Shakespeare in
the park, Taste of the Danforth and Oktoberfest.
Alberta and British Columbia City Guide
Mount Robson in British Columbia, at 12,972 feet (3,954 meters) is the highest peak in the
Canadian Rockies. The Continental Divide is located in the Rocky Mountains and designates
the line at which waters flow either to the Atlantic or Pacific Oceans.
Elk, mule deer, moose, bighorn sheep, black bears, coyotes, cougars, eagles, hawks and
smaller animals inhabit the Rocky Mountains. Every year the scenic areas and recreational
opportunities of the Rocky Mountains draw millions of tourists. Canadian National Parks
in the mountain range are: Banff National Park, Jasper National Park, Kootenay National
Park, Waterton Lakes National Park and Yoho National Park.
Artic and Praire City Guide
Within the Interior Plains are the north-eastern corner of British Columbia, most of Alberta,
the southern half of Saskatchewan, and the southern third of Manitoba. This region contains
the most fertile soil in Canada. Aproximately 17 per cent of the Canadian population lives
in the Prairie provinces of Alberta, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan.
Atlantic Canada City Guide
The Eastern Canada provinces are located on the Atlantic coast and consist of Quebec and
the four maritime provinces of Newfoundland, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince
Edward Island. Off the eastern coast the largest islands are Newfoundland, Cape Breton,
Prince Edward, and Anticosti.
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