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Things to Do in Canada
Canada is not only the second largest country on the planet but also a heaven for tourists. It is a land rich in culture, native traditions and history, wildlife such as the majestic polar bears, wonderful whales, nature sites such as Niagara Falls and more. 
There are several places for adventure sports such as kayaking, snorkelling, river rafting, ice fishing and so much more.   There are some of the world's greatest ski places across the country.
CN Tower
The world’s tallest tower, and the third tallest building in the world is a must-see for visitors on a clear day, the view from the top extends as far as Niagara Falls.
Casa Loma
Casa Loma – Toronto’s Majestic Castle With its soaring battlements, secret passageways, and underground tunnel, Casa Loma pays homage to the castles and knights of days gone by.
Museum of Inuit Art
Canada’s only public museum south of the Arctic devoted exclusively to Inuit art and culture. Explore over 300 works of art, including sculpture in stone, antler, ivory and bone, innovative prints, drawings, ceramics and textile art from our permanent collection and on loan from first-class collections across Canada. The Museum of Inuit Art is located inside the Queen’s Quay Terminal Building at Toronto’s Harbourfront. 
The City of Toronto
One of the most cosmopolitan and international cities in the world and one of top Canada attractions.  You can experience almost every culture in this incredibly diverse city.  From the art, cuisine, fashion, and even entertainment.   The CN tower gives an impressionable view of the great lake that surrounds Toronto.  Dundas Square is the Canadian reinvention of Times Square, lesser in size and prestige.
The Rideau Canal
You can take boat tours throughout the many waterways that line the city to get a different perspective of Ottawa.  In the winter the Rideau Canal turns into the largest skating rink in the world which reaches miles away to cities nearby.  The city uses the very popular levy locks to control the level of water for the ice skating.  In the summer the canal provides ample opportunity to enjoy the incredible weather of Ottawa, warm days and cool nights.  I don’t think anyone would mind a peaceful walk along the water with a nice cool breeze brushing your face.
Rocky Mountains 
The Rocky Mountains are an icon of Canada and an unparalleled sight that is impressive in every way. VIA Rail offers a train service from Toronto - Winnipeg - Saskatoon - Edmonton to Jasper in the Rocky Mountains or from Vancouver to Jasper. The Rocky Mountain Rail Tour company offers a similar service further south from Vancouver to Banff and on to Calgary. 
Whistler Blackcomb 
One of the largest ski and snow board resorts anywhere in the world. Whistler Blackcomb offers world-class snowsports on 8,000 acres of terrain. Whistler Blackcomb is one of the sites for the 2010 Winter Olympics. Whistler Village is a pleasant place to stay with high quality hotels and great restaurants. Activities on and off the mountain are available all year and are suitable for everyone.
Pacific Rim National Park
Located on Vancouver Island’s rugged west coast, the park encompasses Long Beach, which is actually a 40-km stretch of wide, sandy beaches on the west coast of Vancouver Island between Ucuelet and Tofino.
The park provides access to nature at its rawest: Wet, wild and dramatic scenery that can be observed from the comfort of warm, luxurious hotels that dot the coastline. It’s also a surfers paradise.
The Prairies
The prairie is a vast steppe-land area between the Rocky Mountains in the West and the Great Lake region in central Canada. The northern stretches of this region are home to Canada's boreal forest - one of the earth's last remaining relatively undisturbed forests large enought to maintain it's biodiversity.
Centreville Amusement Park
Located on Toronto’s Centre Island, Centreville Amusement Park is reminiscent of simpler times and features pony rides, antique ferris wheel and carousel. The short ferry ride to get to the island is an adventure for children in itself. 
Centre Island has loads of green space and bicycle paths plus wading pools for little ones to burn off energy.
The Toronto Zoo
See more than 5000 animals from all over the world on 710 acres of the beautiful Rouge Valley in Toronto. The Toronto Zoo is well laid out with six different zoological zones each filled with animals from a particular area of the world. There can be a lot of walking, so bring comfortable shoes and don’t miss the award winning African Safari, the Gorillia Rainforest and the Interactive Kids Zoo.
Sunshine Meadows
The Sunshine Meadows are known by many as the most stunning alpine setting in the Canadian Rockies. Situated at about 2220m (7,300′), the meadows straddle the Continental Divide and the boundary between Alberta and British Columbia. Some of the Canadian Rockies’ highest peaks, surround Sunshine, including Mt. Assiniboine, Banff National Park’s highest peak, known as “the Matterhorn of the Canadian Rockies.” Wildlife abound in the meadows, and the brilliance of the summer flowers and autumn larches guarantees spectacular scenery on every visit.
Stanley Park
Covering 1000 acres, Vancouver's Stanley Park is a downtown sanctuary that offers city dwellers and visitors a multitude of indoor and outdoor activities. The park features an 8.8 km (5.5 mile) seawall that runs the perimeter and provides a perfect flat, paved path for rollerblading, biking, jogging and hiking. In addition, a petting farm, the Vancouver Aquarium and oodles of other recreational facilities are in Stanley Park.
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