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Eva

Eva

“ Montreal is my favourite city in Canada. It’s like a little slice of Europe, with narrow, cobblestone streets, oodles of history and, for the shopaholics out there, some of the best shopping on the continent. If you visit, be sure to try the poutine, a local delicacy of French fries, gravy and cheese curds. ”

Natalie

Natalie

“ I am completely smitten with the Maritimes and love how easy it is to cover New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and PEI in one trip. The drive is half of the fun, with stunning seascapes and the amazing Confederation Bridge! The red sand and warm water at all of PEI's beaches completely captivated me. And of course, no PEI visit is complete without tasting some locally-made ice cream and freshly caught mussels! ”

Anjuli

Anjuli

“ Getting on horseback and roaming the open meadows and birch forests with my dog at my side is the perfect quintessential Canadian getaway! Old homesteads and deserted farms, wildlife and horses roaming the fields will get you thinking you’re a cowboy (or girl!) in the Old West. It's totally worth getting up at the crack of dawn to witness the horses being driven in from the meadows. ”

Adam

Adam

“ The Canadian Rockies have been a passion of mine for almost a decade, and I previously worked as a Rocky Mountain tour guide. What makes the Rockies such a majestic place is how far removed you feel while experiencing it. Be prepared to see untouched nature, from wild Grizzly bears foraging for buffalo berries, to moose swimming the glacier fed turquoise lakes (a little luck needed). ”

Sarah

Sarah

“ Toronto is an exciting and lively city! I visit every summer and love to explore the different neighbourhoods for samples of food and people watching. Taking in the old brick buildings and beautiful murals in Kensington Market, or the view of the entire city from the CN Tower – it's all a treat to experience and you never know what to expect while wandering the streets in a big city! ”

Greg

Greg

“ I am in love with our nation's capital, Ottawa. The city has many of its best sights within walking distance of each other. In the centre of it all are the inspiring gothic style parliament buildings, just steps away from the vibrant ByWard Market. And in what other city can you ice skate to work?! The Rideau Canal is a marvel that I will always remember. ”

Alisa

Alisa

“ Spending time in Whistler is always an exciting experience. The majestic mountains and countless activities not only make it the perfect playground for outdoor enthusiasts but also one of the most glorious places to just sit and take in the raw beauty. Being there during winter is incredible (I love ziplining – what could be more exhilarating?) and the people are always so genuine and fun! ”

Angie

Angie

“ I love the West Coast! I moved here from Ontario years ago but am still in awe of the mountains and ocean. I commute to work from an island and am lucky enough to get to enjoy the natural beauty of the West Coast on a daily basis. Sometimes we're even greeted by whales or dolphins as we boat in! We're close to world-class ski mountains, beautiful city of Vancouver, and are just a short ferry ride away from Vancouver Island. ”

Marnie

Marnie

“ Vancouver Island is amazing! There is lots to discover in BC's provincial capital Victoria, from the world class Butchart Gardens, to the ocean communities of Ucluelet and Tofino. I love exploring the Pacific Rim National Park and getting lost in the ancient old growth rain forest. The trails wind through a magical world and the beaches provide endless fun! ”

Robin

Robin

“ Driving through Newfoundland is such a unique Canadian experience. The Bonavista Peninsula has colourful wooden houses facing the sea, where puffins land on distant rocks and icebergs are known to float by. In Gros Morne National Park, you can peer into ancient history with rock layers that are over a billion years old. And of course, the Newfy hospitality is world famous with the loveliest, friendliest people you can find. ”

Tuan

Tuan

“ Growing up in Vancouver, I love hiking the local trails and jogging along the water. One of my favorite places to visit, are the Rockies. Standing still in Banff National Park, it tells the stories of Canada's natural beginnings- mountains forming, lakes emerging, rivers running, forests growing, glaciers moving, grasslands evolving - it's calming and inspiring all in one! ”

Meaghan

Meaghan

“ Growing up in Oakville, ON, I was just a short distance from Toronto. Canada's largest city is a bustling metropolis with so many incredible attractions for just about anyone! There are world class museums, outdoor parks, boutique shops and international cuisine. Whenever I'm visiting, I love to take in some local theatre. From award-winning musicals to comedy, Toronto's theatre scene is one of the best in the world! ”