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Canada: From Sea to Sea


Why should I visit Canada?

I may be a biased person on this topic but Canada is absolutely amazing. You can get the hustle and bustle of big cities while at the same time being able to experience small town charm and country life. With the amazing color's of fall, the cold of winter, warm summers and blooming spring's all seasons are well worth a visit.


When to go?

Warmest: July and August

Winter Sports: November-April

Whale Watching: May-September


Where to go?

UNESCO World Heritage Sites:


  • Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks (1984,1990)

  • Dinosaur Provincial Park (1979)

  • Gros Morne National Park (1987)

  • Joggins Fossil Cliffs (2008)

  • Kluane / Wrangell-St. Elias / Glacier Bay / Tatshenshini-Alsek (1979,1992, 1994)

  • Miguasha National Park (1999)

  • Mistaken Point (2016)

  • Nahanni National Park (1978)

  • Waterton Glacier International Peace Park (1995)

  • Wood Buffalo National Park (1983)


  • Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump (1981)

  • Historic District of Old Québec (1985)

  • Landscape of Grand Pré (2012)

  • L’Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site (1978)

  • Old Town Lunenburg (1995)

  • Red Bay Basque Whaling Station (2013)

  • Rideau Canal (2007)

  • SGang Gwaay (1981)

Mixed: Both a Cultural and Natural Site

  • Pimachiown Aki (2018)

I will be going more in-depth in each province in the coming weeks. So keep an eye out.


Must Try Food & Drink

  • Poutine (pictured)

  • Double Double

  • Fresh Seafood

  • Montreal Smoked Meat

  • Game Meats

  • Nanaimo Bars

  • Bannock

  • Nova Scotia Lobster

  • Tourtière

  • Beaver Tail

  • Prince Edward Oysters

  • Maple Syrup

  • Yukon Jack


To make the most of your visit to Canada make sure to take the time before leaving to see if there are any festivals or activities happening during your visit. That is the best way to experience Canadian hospitality at it's finest. Make sure that you have a mix of both small towns and cities as you can never experience true small town life without staying in a small town.

There all small towns all across Canada, here are the top 12:

  1. Nelson, BC (pictured)

  2. Legal, AB

  3. Forget, SK

  4. Flin Flon, MB

  5. Port Hope, ON

  6. Hudson, QC

  7. Victoria-by-the-Sea, PEI

  8. Mahone Bay, NS

  9. Trinity, NL

  10. Dawson, YK

  11. Rankin Inlet, NU

  12. Fort Smith, NT

While you may be thinking I made up those names let me assure you those are not made up they are actual names of towns.

I hope this has helped with questions on Canada. I will be doing the provinces separate and they will be up soon. Anything else you want or need to know you are always free to contact me.

See you next time :)

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