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  • Brush up against interpreters, chow down on classic meals, and take part in activities that have stood the test of time
    Brush up against interpreters, chow down on classic meals, and take part in activities that have stood the test of time
    Fortress of Louisbourg
  • Quebec City comes alive in the winter, with festivals and attractions that will make you forget all about the cold.
    Quebec City comes alive in the winter, with festivals and attractions that will make you forget all about the cold.
    Bonhomme Carnaval
  • These immersive experiences allow you to experience the culture of Canada’s Aboriginal Peoples.
    These immersive experiences allow you to experience the culture of Canada’s Aboriginal Peoples.
    Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump
  • There are tons of ways to celebrate Canada on July 1. The best part? You don’t have to be Canadian to enjoy them.
    There are tons of ways to celebrate Canada on July 1. The best part? You don’t have to be Canadian to enjoy them.
    Canada Day
  • No matter what kind of music, dance or film you’re into, Toronto has a major festival with your name on it.
    No matter what kind of music, dance or film you’re into, Toronto has a major festival with your name on it.
    Caribana
  • Fourteen First Nations call the Yukon home, and each has a fascinating story to tell.
    Fourteen First Nations call the Yukon home, and each has a fascinating story to tell.
    Moosehide Village
  • Over a century after it ended, remnants of the Klondike Gold Rush continue to be preserved and celebrated.
    Over a century after it ended, remnants of the Klondike Gold Rush continue to be preserved and celebrated.
    Klondike National Historic Sites
  • Check out some of these seven great day trips that lie only a short drive, ferry ride or flight away.
    Check out some of these seven great day trips that lie only a short drive, ferry ride or flight away.
    The Sea to Sky Highway