Canada is world's second largest country and its tourist potential is as great as the state's territory. Speaking about statehood, Canada is a federation, which is a constitutional monarchy wit hthe British Queen as its head of state. Bilingual and multicultural country, Canada is ome of the most technologically advanced and industrialised countries in the world. The following outline is provided as an overview of the most interesting places in the vast country.
As we call Canada a prosperous country, it's easy to assume that the Canadians enjoy a large domestic and foreign tourism industry. The natural variety is a key factor of this land's appeal. Most of the country's attractions are centred around Canada's four main cities, Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa and Vancouver, known worldwide for their culture and diversity. The other main source of apeal is the multitude of national parks in the country.
British Columbia – the westernmost province touches the warm Pacific. It is a province of highlands and mountains with 33 large ski resorts. Here is Vancouver – the most multicultural city of the country. Popular activities for tourists are surfing, whale watching, storm watching and golfing.
Alberta is the province, which is most similar to the American mid-west with the prairies and the Rocky mountains. This place shows why we call Canada a paradise for the dinosaur lovers. Apart from the largest collection of dinosaur fossils, the province has world-class ski resorts, glaciers and also the largest mall in North America. The major cities are Calgary and Edmonton.
Saskatchewan is the province where you can see the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the most golf courses and the warmest summers in the country.
Manitoba is another wild province, where boating the numerous lakes, hunting, fishing and polar bear watching are the main outdoor activities, along with the ski-doo trails.
New Brunswick is famous with its long beaches especially along the Northumberland Strait which in summer is particularly warm. Neighbouring provinces are Labrador and Newfoundland and their icebergs and fjords. Nova Scotia and the Yukon territory are perfect for those who like the experience of wilderness, known from Jack London's novels.
The most urbanised provinces are Ontario (with its main cities Toronto and Ottawa) and Quebec, where the francophone cities of Montreal and Quebec city offer lots of UNESCO sites.
The international calls will help you with the vast spaces in Canada.