Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario | Algonquin is renowned for its maple hills, its rugged granite ridges, and its network of nearly countless waterways. A weekend spent paddling the outer lakes can be rejuvenating. A week or more spent exploring the interior lakes can be life-changing. | Photo by George Fischer • Excerpted from Unforgettable Canada: 100 Destinations | 10

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Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario is renowned for its maple hills, its rugged granite ridges, & its network of nearly countless waterways. A weekend spent paddling the outer lakes can be rejuvenating.

25 Awesome Facts about Canada   #infographic #Canada #Travel #Facts

25 Awesome Facts about Canada #infographic

These are a few fun facts about Canada. Canada is a big country with the longest coastline. It is also one of the countries with the highest literacy rate. Find out more interesting facts about Canada in our infographics.

Two Minutes Of Canada.  This Video Will Put A Smile On Your Face.

The makers of this video asked Canadians to share clips of their best travel experiences.

Canadian tartans - love this! #Canada #Canadian #maple_leaves

Provincial Tartans, with Canada's Maple Leaf Tartan, centre - beautiful!

The Shipwreck, Tobermory, Ontario, Canada

The Shipwreck, Tobermory, Ontario, Canada how about a ship wreck and some treasure. The glass bottom boat tour was fun

1967 coins | Minted for Canada's centennial year

1967 coins - minted for Canada's centennial year. There was a 1967 penny in the same collection where I saw a 1930 on the other day. It's really cool to see coins that carry some historical significance.

Meanwhile, somewhere in Canada......

Snow Train, British Columbia, Canada photo via josep- um, snow in BC.stupid coastal lack of snow.

Inukshuk - Vancouver, British Columbia

Inukshuk at sunset in Vancouver - a stone landmark or cairn built by the peoples of the Arctic region of North America to show the way or mark a significant spot. Vancouver is my birthplace.

Terry Fox, shown during his run across Canada to raise money for cancer research in 1980, had to stop his journey just west of Thunder Bay, Ont., when his cancer returned and spread to his lungs. A CDN HERO!

The legacy of Terry Fox's dream

Terry Fox's brother sets big goal for run's anniversary. On April Terry Fox began his cross-Canada fundraising run

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