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Both Toronto and Vancouver boast some great and it’s easy to recognize three very distinct qualities that truly show the difference between these two

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Montreal

Montreal

Montréal is the largest city in Québec. The city is nestled on an island on the banks of the Saint Lawrence River, and with its triple-peaked hills, it makes for breathtaking views. Considered a cultural capital of Canada, Montréal celebrates cosmopolitan and olden french style.

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Ottawa

Ottawa

Capital of Canada with a population of one million, Ottawa is located near the city of Montréal, where visitors can expect to hear a blend of both english and french speaking locals. With spectacular Victorian architecture from the National Gallery of Canada to the local natural beauty of Rideau Canal come summer or winter, Ottawa is a great place to live.

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Vancouver

Vancouver

Vancouver stretches along the west coast of Canada, and is one of the busiest city ports in the country. Boasting one of the most diverse populations, stunning mountains and ocean views and a roaring art scene, Vancouver is also a well known hot spot for both theatre and music.

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Toronto

Toronto

Tucked away alongside Lake Ontario, the city of Toronto is one of the modern bustling metropolises of today. Known for its diversity and multiculturalism with over 140 languages spoken in the city, Toronto is definitely immigrant friendly. With towering skyscrapers and the iconic CN Tower, Toronto is a mixture of both contemporary and natural with the 400 acre High Park.

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Winnipeg

Winnipeg

Winnipeg can be found in the heart of Forks, split between the Red and Assiniboine rivers. This cultural soup pot has over 100 languages and nationalities within the streets of Winnipeg. Winnipeg is fantastic place with world class museums, a blooming art and culture scenes, and has fantastic culinary delights, with over 1100 restaurants to choose from!

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Edmonton

Edmonton

Edmonton, the capital of Alberta, affectionately nickname the festival city, is a bustling metropolis Nestled along the Saskatchewan River, the city is a great place to stop over for a visit to the Jasper National Park. Known for its business sense, Edmonton is also one of the fastest growing cities in the province. It also has a thriving art scene thanks to the Alberta National Museum.

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Alberta

Alberta

The province is home to deserts, rolling prairies and lush evergreen forests. This jewel of Canada is visited by millions each year, who drop by the famous national parks of Banff and Jasper. Whether you want to enjoy yearly celebrations like the Calgary Stampede or visit the biggest mall in Canada in Edmonton, Alberta is the place for you.

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Saskatoon

Saskatoon

Not to be underestimated, the city of Saskatoon is a vibrant city that offers a great selection of entertaining activities. Take a stroll in this leafy paradise or drop by the local music scene, which produces awesome rock and country live performances. Visit the Handwave Gallery for a taste of local art or the iconic Dancing Sky Theatre.

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Victoria-BC

Victoria-BC

This quaint city has a British feeling to it. It is home to with bohemian shops, numerous coffee shops and restaurants that will make your mouth water. Hop on a bike to explore this provincial capital, visit the local museums or take to the ocean in a kayak and watch majestic whales sweep on by.

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Hamilton

Hamilton

This port city is located on the tip of Lake Ontario and is best known for its breathtaking landscapes, lush forests and majestic waterfalls. Hamilton offers you the chance to immerse yourself in the past with the Warplane Heritage Museum or the city’s own Dundurn Castle. Do take the time to smell the flowers at the Royal Botanical Gardens or drop by one of the many breathtaking waterfalls like Albien.

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Mississauga

Mississauga

If you are looking for a vibrant city, then Mississauga is for yo.This city hosts over 18 music festivals during the summer with tasty local craft brews. Take in the local culture at the Harbour Gallery, or just stroll down the Cooksville Trail, or sample the renowned ice wine of the Mississauga vineyards. Niagara falls, the 7th wonder of the world is also just a short drive away.

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Calgary

Calgary

This cosmopolitan city found at the south end of Vancouver has grown fast, thanks to its booming oil trade. Dubbed “Cowtown”, Calgary is known for its livestock trade and the iconic Calgary stampede, with its wagon races and cowboy rodeos. Make sure to drop by the stunning the stunning Craigdarroch castle or take a stroll in the Butchart Gardens, known for its spectacular night shows.

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Quebec

Quebec

This French city built in 1608 should be on everyone's travel list due to its tantalizing mix of charming class, history and rustic scenes. Quebec is known for its great food scenes, nightlife and shopping opportunities. Immerse yourself in unspoilt nature at the Gaspé Peninsula or head to the Îles de la Madeleine for an unforgettable experience.

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Manitoba

Manitoba

With over 75 provincial parks, stretching tundras, lakes and rivers, the province of Manitoba is known for its natural touch,. It is also known as the polar bear capital of the world, and here you can view the fantastic display of the northern lights from Churchill. Manitoba has the best winter festivals, like the Festival du Voyageur. Summer is a great time to visit the Riding Mountain National Park.

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British-Columbia

British-Columbia

This province is one of the best places to experience the great outdoors, with iconic destinations like Whistler and the Blackcomb mountains that can be found here. The province is also home to the multicultural city of Vancouver and the up and coming cities of Victoria and Kelowna, which are becoming the new destination for immigrants. Why not experience BC for yourself?

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Fredericton

Fredericton

Fredericton, the capital of New Brunswick was founded in 1732 and is a quaint backdrop for those looking for a quiet getaway. Nestled in the lower end of the St John River, Fredericton is steeped in history. Drop by the Beaverbrook Art Gallery or take a step back in history and visit the Legislative Assembly Building built as early as the 18th century.

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Halifax

Halifax

This Atlantic ocean port city is the provincial capital of Nova Scotia. Halifax is known for its maritime history and is also the booming business centre of the province. You can visit Pier 21, where over one million migrants made Canada their home or hike along the McNabs Islands to explore hidden paths and secluded beaches.

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Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan

Rolling grasslands and coniferous forests belong to the stunning province of Saskatchewan. A quiet place for anyone who wants solitude to enjoy the beauty of mother nature. Visit Moose Jaw, which is famous for being a travel route for Al Capone's gangs during prohibition. Why not visit the growing cities of Saskatoon or Regina while you are there?

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Whistler

Whistler

A beautiful town just north of Vancouver, Whistler is renowned for its postcard beauty. It is also known as a tourist hotspot during both the summer and winter months. Thrilling activities like skiing, snowboarding, tobogganing and even dog sledding are popular activities in this town. Summer is also jam packed with outdoor activities from hiking, mountaineering, extreme biking and even zip lining!

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Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundland and Labrador

The island of Newfoundland skirts the eastern coasts of Canada. Its craggy mountains, majestic icebergs and stunning beauty make it a must visit destination. Newfoundland is also home to the town of St John’s, which is known for Jelly Bean Lane, quaint storefronts and cheerful bars and boutiques.

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Charlottetown

Charlottetown

The capital and largest city in Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, miraculously still feels like a town more than a city. Here you can expect vibrant, island energy, romantic streetscapes, stunning water views and small town charm. Charlottetown is also known as the the Birthplace of Confederation after the historic Charlottetown Conference held in 1864.

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