Moraine Lake

Moraine Lake in Banff National Park is one of Western Canada's most photographed locations.


Old Quebec, or Vieux-Québec, is a historic district in Quebec City. In 1608 the French explorer Samuel de Champlain established Saint Louis Fort here.

The Canadian

Travelers looking for a relaxing way to cross Canada should consider taking the train, specifically the Canadian.

Niagara Fall

Many Americans believe that Niagara Falls is only a waterfall in the United States, specifically New York, when in fact, Niagara Falls consists of three falls on the border between the United States and Canada.


Churchill, a small town of 1,000 people on the Hudson Bay shore in Manitoba, draws huge crowds every year to see its most famous residents, the polar bears.

Athabasca Fall

Jasper National Park in Alberta is Canada's largest Rocky Mountain Park, with broad valleys, rugged mountains, glaciers, forests, alpine meadows, and wild rivers.

Bay of Fundy

The Bay of Fundy, on the Atlantic coast of eastern Canada, is well-known for its large tidal range.

Victoria's Inner Harbour

The Inner Harbour of Victoria on Vancouver Island is a fascinating place to visit. Because Victoria is the capital of British Columbia, there is water on one side and stately government buildings on the other.

Calgary Stampede

The Calgary Stampede, one of the world's most famous rodeos, has its roots in the travelling wild west shows of the late 1800s and early 1900s.

Gros Morne National Park

Gros Morne National Park in Newfoundland is significant geologically because the ancient rocks help people understand how oceans and continents formed.