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Canada, the second largest country in the world, has variety of geographical landscapes making it an attractive destination for travellers. It is the largest country in North America and is composed of ten provinces and three territories extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific.

When planning a holiday trip to Canada, travellers are definitely spoilt for choices on where to go, what to see and which activities. Here are the country’s ten provinces to help decide on what to add to the itinerary and what should not be missed:

British Columbia – Located in the westernmost area of Canada, it is considered to be the most mountainous province and is home to some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. It is popular to travellers for its winter sports and activities particularly for Whistler, which is consistently ranked the top ski resort destination in North America. Other popular tourist activities in British Columbia include whale watching in Vancouver Island and trekking on Granville Island. For some arts and culture, visit the many museums found in the province including the Vancouver Art Gallery and the Vancouver Maritime Museum. For shopping and excellent dining, head over to Robson Street and Gastown.

Alberta – Located in the western area of Canada and situated next to the Rocky Mountains, Alberta is home of many significant natural history. Five of the country’s 17 UNESCO World Heritage sites are located in Alberta. These are the Banff and Jasper National Parks, Waterton-Glacier International Peace ark, Wood Buffalo National Park, Dinosaur Provincial Park and Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump.

Saskatchewan – The prairie province of Saskatchewan is home to several cultural and heritage attractions. It is also home to several museums, art galleries as well as dinosaur dig sites, aboriginal heritage sites and archaeological sites. One of Canada’s most popular attractions is located in Regina, a major city in Saskatchewan. This is the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Academy where visitors can watch the Sergeant Major’s Parade happening on weekdays as well as seasonal Sunset Retreat Ceremonies.

Manitoba – Located in central Canada, the province is home to several rivers and lakes that cover almost 15% of the land area. This makes Manitoba a popular destination for travellers looking to do outdoor activities and recreation such as hunting, boating and fishing. Some of the more popular cities in Manitoba include Churchill with its large population of polar bears and beluga whales. Winnipeg is also a top destination with its many museums, cultural events and year round festivals such as the Festival du Voyageur, Red River Exhibition and Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival.

Ontario – The second largest and most populous province, Ontario is also home to the country’s capital, Ottawa and the largest city, Toronto. It is also home to several lakes and forests making it a popular destination for camping and hiking enthusiasts. Popular destinations in Ontario include the Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Toronto Zoo, Muskoka Lakes and Niagara Falls.

Quebec – Located in the east-central area of Canada, Quebec is well known for its preservation of its Francophone culture with a European feel. This is one of the major tourist draws for this province. Quebec City, the provincial capital, is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a major Francophone city giving tourists a feel of old France in the new world. Other sites of interest in Quebec include the Opéra de Montréal, Musée National des Beaux-arts du Québec and Château Frontenac.

Newfoundland and Labrador – Located in the eastern area of Canada, it consists of the island of Newfoundland and mainland Labrador. The province is popular to tourists for the fjords and icebergs found in the area. St. John’s, the provincial capital, is considered to be the oldest city in North America and is home to many historical sites including the Cabot Tower, which received the first wireless trans-Atlantic message.

New Brunswick – One of the country’s three maritime provinces, New Brunswick is popular for its sandy beaches particularly those found along the Northumberland Strait as well as its signature natural attraction, the Hopewell Rocks. Other interesting sites to visit in New Brunswick include the Saint John City where it is full of history and where numerous Victorian houses still exist and the Partridge Island for its historical significance.

Prince Edward Island – Also one of the three maritime provinces in Canada, the Prince Edward Island consists of the main island and other neighboring islands. It is also the smallest province in both land area and population size. Prince Edward Island is known as the birthplace of Lucy Maude Montgomery’s character, Anne of Green Gables. Visitors to the province can find a recreation of the literary home that also serves as a museum for the character. The province is also popular for its rich red mud beaches and numerous potato farms.

Nova Scotia – The last of the three maritime provinces in Canada, Nova Scotia is well known for its beautiful scenery particularly for the Cape Breton Highlands. The 18th century Fortress Louisbourg is also a popular tourist draw for its historical significance. A trip to the provincial capital of Halifax is also worth it since it is home to several attractions including Pier 21 museum, Citadel Hill and Downtown Halifax.

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