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Tourism Canada

Canada’s tourism site.
Your first stop on your tour of visitor
information sites.
This gives you a good country-wide view,
before you get a close-up view of each
province and territory.

Capital City: Ottawa, Ontario.

Tourism British Columbia

British Columbia is on Canada’s
west coast. With the Pacific Ocean
lapping at its coast-line,
and the Rocky Mountains
running its length, BC calls itself
‘Super, natural British Columbia’.

Capital City: Victoria.

Tourism Alberta

Where the Rocky Mountains
meet the prairies. ‘Experience Alberta’
can mean anything from skiing,
hiking, camping, to attending festivals,
rodeos or shopping in Canada’s largest mall.

Capital City: Edmonton.

Tourism Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan is the heart of the prairies,
with a landscape changing from fields to
forests. ‘Land of Living Skies’ invites
you to see the endless horizon to believe them.
It’s southern flat agricultural land merges into
northern more rugged region full of lakes and rivers.

Capital City: Regina.

Tourism Manitoba

Unforgetable Manitoba. Province of diverse
landscape, culture and visitor options. Manitoba is in
middle of the country, and is the gateway to
the west. It holds two large lakes and thousands more.
Home to port Churhill, known for its polar bears, visitors
take advantage of both urban and rural attractions.

Capital City: Winnipeg.

Tourism Ontarioa

Ontario ‘Yours To Discover’.
With the Great Lakes, Niagara
Falls, the St Lawrence Seaway,
Canada’s capital city Ottawa,
the options for visitors are plentiful.
Toronto is where many visitors land.

Capital City: Toronto.

Tourism Quebec

Quebec is home to Canada’s largest
French-speaking population. With
the Atlantic Ocean to the east, feeding
into the St. Lawrence Seawayto its south,
it offers diversity of culture and landscape.
Its cities Quebec and Montreal show its
diversity and history.

Capital City: Quebec City.

Tourism New Brunswick

From the marine wonders
of the Bay of Fundy tides,
to the famous east coast
Appalacian Trail, New Brusnwick
attracts visitors looking for adventure
and quiet get-aways.

Capital City: Fredericton.

Tourism Nova Scotia

‘Discover Nova Scotia’ a small province
big on history, and scenic coastlines.
Driving, riding, painting or eating
your way around are all options.
Its blend of cultures include Acadian,
Mi’kmaq, Scottish and African Nova
Scotian – and more.

Capital City: Halifax.

Tourism Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island, or PEI
as it is affectionately known,
sells itself as ‘The Gentle Island’.
It has over 240 cultural and
culinary events, beautiful beaches
and is home to Anne of Green Gables.

Capital City: Charlottetown.

Tourism Newfoundland

Newfoundland and
Labrador are the eastern
most areas of Canada.
They are renowned for
their varied culture,
landscapes and peoples.

Capital City: St. John’s.

Canada’s two terrirories Yukon and Nunavit reach up to the artic.
They offer a unique location for adventurers and explorers.
Here’s just the tip of the tourist iceberg for these two regions.

Tourism Yukon

Yukon – ‘Larger than Life’.
Home to winter adventures
and wilderness

Capital City: Whitehorse

Tourism Nunavut

Nunavut -’Untamed, unspoiled,
Canada’s Artic, tundra and glaciers,
and famous Arctic Char fishing.

Capital City: Iqaluit

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