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Bowen Island is a perfect destination for people wishing to get away from the rush of a big city and plunge into unsoiled wild nature. The island is only 20 minutes away on a ferry or a boat from Vancouver, …

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Hudson Bay – inland Canadian sea neighbors to the Gulf of Foxe on the north is connected to the Atlantic Ocean via the Hudson Strait. In the south it creates a James Bay. Hudson Bay is the mouth of many …

Toronto

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Toronto it is a cosmopolitan metropolis with a network of parks, recreational and cultural facilities. It is the largest conurbation in Canada with a population of about 8 million registered citizens. Toronto is the third largest English-speaking theater district in …

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The smallest and least populous, but also the most densely populated (when you take under consideration country surface) in the province of Canada, located in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. The largest city is the provincial capital of Charlottetown. Prince …

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An annual cowboy festival held since 1912, in mid-July is an incredible spectacle each year, brings together about 250 spectators and participants. Carefully directed show is probably the biggest rodeo in the world. The rodeo competitions held daily (dressage stallions, …

Skiing in Canada’s Rocky Mountains

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Canada and especially its western part should be selected not only because of the unique ski conditions. Canada, a country with a very small population, give us easy access to all sports away from the crowd, in the bosom of …