Canada Insider Tips

Alberta | Established in 1885 in Alberta, Canada, Banff National Park was the country's first national park.

British Columbia | Stubbs Island and the Johnstone Strait are brimming with migrating orcas, ideal for whale watching adventures from late June through October.

British Columbia | Ideal for a Canadian white Christmas, both Whistler mountains are open over Christmas and New Year with extended hours in the Village, and a host of events and activities are available.

British Columbia | Taste British Colombia's signature Icewines. As temperatures drop below -8 degrees Celsius, the water content within grapes freezes, leaving winemakers only the concentrated juices to extract. This naturally occurring concentrate allows British Colombia winemakers to create their unique dessert-style wine.

British Columbia, Vancouver | Home to the 2010 Winter Olympic venues and cauldron, the coastal seaport of Vancouver is nearly surrounded by water with a distinguished mountain backdrop.

Ontario, Toronto | September is an ideal time to visit Toronto. In addition to the comfortable temperatures in the 60s and 70s, one of the worlds largest film festivals, the Toronto International Film Festival is typically hosted in September. Delight in cobblestone walkways in the historic Distillery District, head to the CN Tower for a thrilling hands-free walk 116 stories about the city, catch one of the final games of the 2018 season at the Rogers Centre, home of the Blue Jays or travel to the spectacular Niagara Falls, just two hours away by car.

Ontario, Toronto | Explore the diversity of foods in Toronto's neighborhoods from Little Italy, Little India and Little Portugal to Greektown and one of five Chinatowns.

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