Canada & USA Destination Planner 2019-20 Canada Destination Planner - Page 7

Manitoba Arctic coastline, stunning lakes, fishing, polar bears and beluga whales combined with genuine Canadian hospitality is truly unique to Manitoba. Every summer, adventurers can snorkel with or kayak alongside the thousands of beluga whales that fill the Churchill and Seal Rivers in northern Manitoba. It is the most. accessible place in North America to see polar bears in their natural habitat, specifically from mid-October – November. Québec Québec is a province steeped in tradition and history. It is a former French colony that has managed to retain and build upon its strong links to French history, lifestyle and culture. Storefronts and street signs inform in French first and English second, giving the province a European flair uncommon to the rest of North America. Québec City remains the only North American city still fortified by its original city walls. Newfoundland and Labrador Explore this untouched land, view magnificent 10,000-year old icebergs and see 30-tonne whales leap out of the water. Visit St. John’s, the oldest city in North America, where culture, history and character live. Labrador is one of the last untamed, unspoiled places left on earth. It stretches from the Strait of Belle Isle in the south to Cape Chidley in the far north, and boasts towering mountains and massive rock faces. Iqaluit NUNAVUT Churchill TCHEWAN NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR MANITOBA Churchill Falls n Goose Bay ONTARIO QUÉBEC gina Winnipeg Gros Morne National Park Thunder Bay Montréal States Ottawa Niagara Falls Corner Brook Québec City Moncton Fredericton Kingston Toronto NEW PEI Charlottetown Halifax BRUNSWICK NOVA SCOTIA Atlantic Maritimes Atlantic Maritimes includes New Brunswick, Nova Soctia and Prince Edward Island. In a St. John’s land brimming with energy, seacoast traditions and old-world charm, the hospitality of the Atlantic Maritimes’ people is legendary. Relive the stories of the region’s rich living history through world-class attractions. Spend a day along the Bay of Fundy, home to the highest tides in the world! You can see the humpback whales play one moment and walk on the ocean floor the next. Discover fossils and semi-precious stones as you walk along the Joggins Fossil Cliffs. Ontario This province is where the largest population of Canada resides. Home to Toronto, a bustling urban metropolis, it offers a dynamic multicultural experience with world-class theatre. Only two hours from Toronto is one of the world's natural wonders, Niagara Falls. Travel north through the spectacular Thousand Islands before arriving in the picturesque capital city of Ottawa, home to the country’s most impressive lineup of national museums, outstanding performing arts groups and stunning architecture. 05