Casa Loma, Toronto Canada.  Absolutely beautiful inside and out.

Torontos Majestic Castle Casa Loma in Ontario Canada. The former home of Canadian financier Sir Henry Pellatt. Canadas foremost castle complete with decorated suites secret passages an 800 foot unde

Pink! ... result of heavy rains stirring up sediment called argolite | Cameron Falls, Canada

Nope this isn't photoshop, this pink waterfall is 100% real

Cameron Falls Alberta, Canada Incredibly rare moment: a waterfall turned tomato soup red. The red coloring of the water is a result of heavy rainfall washing sediment (with large quantities of argolite) into the river.

Hidden lagoon in....Canada?? (Athabasca Falls... been there, love it!!)  In Jasper.

Maligne Canyon, Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada [Jasper is breathtaking. Maligne Lake & Athabasca Falls are both a must see. My visits always land during summer.I'd love to visit in Winter or Fall season one of these days]

Frozen Bubbles, Abraham Lake, Alberta, Canada Bubbles trapped and frozen under a thick layer of ice creating a glass type feel to the frozen lake.

50 Most Pinned Awe-Inspiring Travel Spots

Frozen Bubbles, Abraham Lake, Alberta, Canada Bubbles trapped and frozen under a thick layer of ice creating a glass type feel to the frozen lake - photo by Paul Christian Bowman

Skating on the Rideau Canal, Ottawa, Ontario.  I want to go see this place one day. Please check out my website thanks. www.photopix.co.nz

Skating on the Rideau Canal, Ottawa, Ontario. - enjoy best the canal as the longest skating rink the world - various activites and enjoy the delicious Beaver Tail (crusty, sugary delight).

Churchill, Manitoba - Canada's Places of a Lifetime - National Geographic Travel. Polar Bear Capital of the World.

Churchill, Manitoba - Canada's Places of a Lifetime - National Geographic Travel. Polar Bear Capital of the World. "I have an appointment with a special polarbear"

Make 1-ingredient Maple Syrup Snow Candy in your own backyard in 3 simple steps!  A Canadian Winter tradition!  As fun to make as it is to eat! - Happy Hooligans

How to Make Maple Syrup Snow Candy - 3 Simple Steps

March - Maple Syrup Unit Study - Make Maple Syrup Snow Candy in your own backyard in 3 simple steps! A Canadian Winter tradition! As fun to make as it is to eat!

CN Tower, Toronto (Canada) - fabulous view from the top that I'm still talking about, loved Toronto city.

The 10 Cities You'll Be Talking About In 2015

One of my favorite places in the world. Algonquin Park, Ontario, Canada

10 amazing cabin views you’ll want to trade for your own

Ice Hotel - Quebec, Canada. The is the first ice hotel in North America. All furniture is made of ice. In addition to using ice glasses as in the Kiruna ice hotel, the bar (and room service) also serves cold cuts on ice plates. Amenities include a nightclub, movie theater, indoor heated washrooms and outdoor hot tubs.

QUEBEC

With its 44 rooms and theme suites, Chapel and Grand Slide, the Hôtel de Glace will transport you into a fascinating world entirely made of snow and ice. Just 10 minutes from downtown Quebec City, the Hôtel de Glace offers a world of wonders.

Bay of Fundy, Canada. It's tides, at 53 feet, are highest in the world.

Offbeat Traveler: Canada's Bay of Fundy

Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia, Canada (tides, at 53 feet, are highest in the world)

The Highway of Heroes - Canada is the only country in the world that repatriates all their fallen soldiers to the same location (Trenton Air Base, Ontario). Since 2002 supporters of Canadian Troops have been lining the route on the overpasses of the highway; flying a flag, saluting and showing support as the procession of vehicles passes on their way to the official coroner's office for the Troops located in Toronto. In 2007 the Macdonald-Carter Highway 401 became the Highway of Heroes.

The stretch of highway 401 running from Trenton Ontario in remembrance of Canada's fallen soldiers. The soldiers are taken from Canada Forces Base (Trenton) to their final resting place.

The word "eh" is not a weird tick Canadians have. It's tacked on to an end of a sentence to illicit a response or input. It's kinda like "ri...

The word “eh” is not a weird tick Canadians have. It’s tacked on to an end of a sentence to illicit a response or input. It’s kinda like “right?” 25 Things Every Canadian Would Like You To Know

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