Whether you are looking for adventures in the wilderness or sophisticated urban exploits, Canada has a variety of cities to welcome you.
Located on the eastern edge of Canada provides a unique and beautiful natural setting.
St. John’s, Newfoundland
Its affordability and casual lifestyle make it attractive to university students and families.
Halifax, Nova Scotia
The appeal of this French-speaking province is its unique food, warm French Canadian culture, and stunning architecture.
Quebec City, Quebec
One might consider Montreal the festival capital of Canada.
Canada’s largest city with a diverse population, numerous post-secondary institutions (universities and colleges), a vibrant arts and cultural scene, and fantastic restaurants.
London offers skiing in the winter and weekly festivals in the summer. Known as the Forest City, it has plenty of green parks and hiking trails to discover.
Winnipeg also boasts beautiful outdoor spaces, such as Assiniboine Park, the city’s most significant green space, and the nearby Oak Hammock Marsh, a wetlands nature reserve.
Known as the “Paris of the Prairies” for its eight bridges that span the South Saskatchewan River.
Another major city at the foothills of the Rockies, Calgary is the perfect example of nature and urban living seamlessly coexisting.
Vancouver is a world-class city with the North Shore Mountains as a backdrop and the Pacific Ocean at its feet.
Vancouver, British Columbia
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