Canada is one of the largest countries in the world, second only to Russia. Being that big means even most Canadians haven’t seen all that the Great White North has to offer, never mind a tourist who is only able to visit for a couple of weeks. But if you have a bit of time—and a lot of money—you’ll be able to see at least the main highlights.
Author: Tamara Elliott
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