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  • Québec City 
  • Québec City, located on the St. Lawrence River, has an  Old Town that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city combines its charm, history, and architecture to take on a European flavor. Québec displays its French heritage, in a variety of ways and the French language is preferred by many of the city's citizens.
  • Be sure to see the Quartier Petit-Champlain, a  neighborhood  bordering Place Royale and the Québec Old Port, for views into the early settlement of North America.
  • Montreal 
  • Montreal is beautiful, culturally diverse, and a great place to visit. It is the second largest French speaking city in the world and mixes old word charm with a modern infrastructure.  Be sure to see picturesque "Old Montreal, the Montreal Museum of Fine Art and The Park Olympique built for the 1976 Olympics.
  • Ontario
  • Ontario's main attractions hug the Lake Ontario Shoreline.  If you have not toured the Lake, put it on your agenda of things to do.
  • Toronto 
  • Toronto is the trendy city of Canada: it has great entertainment, fantastic restaurants, and several modest attractions.
  • Niagara Falls
  • The Falls are glorious: it's a shame that you have to pass through an embarrassingly plastic town to see this glorious attraction. Niagara Falls, in Ontario, has often been referred to as the world’s most famous destination. While the falls is undoubtedly the major attraction, the rest of Niagara is an equally enriching affair. With a population of about 79,000 people, Niagara is a centre of tourism and commerce.
  • The climate in Niagara ranges from temperate to extreme. In the summer time, one can expect a warm and dry weather, while the winters are extended and snowy. Snowstorms are also a regular feat
  • Niagara On The Lake
  • This town is a delight. It has a high-quality summer theater series and is a wonderful place to stay when exploring Lake Ontario.  The town provides a restful atmosphere and is a great setting for cycling and outdoor activities.
  • Ottawa
  • The Capital of Canada is located on the Ottawa River where it is joined by the Gatineau River and  the Rideau Canal Waterway.  The Rideau  connects beautiful lakes and rivers between Ottawa and Kingston on Lake Ontario.  Ottawa, near the border of Quebec Province, is a pleasant town that is known for its festivals (particularly its Tulip Festival), museums and overall pleasantness.
  • Gatineau National Park, just across the river in Quebec Province is a delightful place to visit any time of the year, but in autumn the changing colors of its forests makes it one of the most beautiful places in the world.
  • St John’s, popularly known as the Greatest Little City in the East, is the capital city of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador in Canada. The city lies within the Avalon Peninsula in the Atlantic Ocean and is the most easterly city in North America. The St John’s International Airport caters to the air needs of the cityThird largest city in the whole Canada Vancouver, which develops along the Coast Mountain Range, offers not only an extraordinary natural scenery, but one of the mildest climates throughout Canada.
    Nearly 560,000 people live in an area of about 113 km2.
    Vancouver is the most important city in western Canada, as well as one of the nation largest and busiest industrial centres, whose diversified
    activities offer a working opportunity to no less than 70,000 people per year.

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