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Maligne Valley and Wildlife Tour
"There’s only one way to see the splendor that is the winter wildlife and nature of Jasper National Park. This guided tour takes you in a van through the most stunning sites of the park including Athabasca Valley Maligne Valley and Medicine Lake. See the diversity in the National Park as the van rolls along. There is minimal walking. Get great photos of animals along the way including Elk deer sheep goats
From CAD68.00
 
Maligne Canyon Icewalk
"You'll be safely led by your knowledgeable local guide into heart of the frozen canyon where its sheer limestone walls reach more than 30 meters above. The winter freeze has caused the raging flow of water funneling through this narrow canyon to be brought to a dramatic halt. Waterfalls that drop from the canyon rim are frozen mid-flow cascading down into a spectacular spray of icy daggers. Fitted with warm waterproof winter boots and tread enhancing cleats you will be comfortable and secure for the 4km leisurely icewalk. You will have plenty of time to absorb and photograph the majestic surroundings. During the tour
From CAD65.00
 
Shopping Day Trip to the West Edmonton Mall from Jasper
"After pickup from your Jasper hotel in the morning you’ll be taken on a comfortable 4-hour drive northeast to Edmonton for a day of shopping at West Edmonton Mall the largest shopping and entertainment complex in North America and fifth largest in the world! Spend approximately four hours shopping at more than 800 stores. Grab a bite to eat at one of the many restaurants or cafes and spend time in the huge sit back and relax on the drive back to your hotel in Jasper.""""Take a day trip from Jasper to Edmonton home to the largest shopping mall in North America! Enjoy comfortable
From CAD104.00

More Local Customs in Canada

"Buitelanders choice mea ~ Boerewors "

The fact that over the past 10 years, only about a thousand a year arrive as landed immigrants from South Africa,But the figures between 1973 through 2000 will have been much higher, there are...
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kenHuocj
Oct 07, 2015

Try not to say "No" to Asian Invitations

Being a multicultural Country, Asian culture became a part of Canada as well. When i arrived at the Hotel in Toronto, some Asian friends and relatives of mine heard that I arrived so they came to...
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kharmencita
Dec 29, 2012

CBC Radio One

For many decades Canadians have been searching for what makes us different from our American friends & neighbours. One thing we have that they don't is national public broadcasting network called...
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rmdw
Apr 04, 2011

Sales Taxes and currency

Sales taxes range from 7% to more than 18% so remember this when you are at the checkout. Visitors can get this money back at the end of their trip buy filling out a form that they can get at the...
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daffodil
Apr 04, 2011

Vistor Rebate Program

All visitors may claim a refund of the goods and services tax (GST) and/or, the harmonized sales tax (HST) which they paid on eligible goods, must provide proof that they exported their goods from...
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sunnywong
Apr 04, 2011

Aboriginal Canadians

Canada is very rich with aboriginal peoples and throughout the Canadian north especially their traditionaly ways are maintained in hunting, fishing and generally living off of the land.They have...
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Feb 24, 2010
 
 
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International Influences

There is one special thing about Canada and I think it is a reason Canada is looked favorably upon around the world.You will see that people of all cultures and nations are welcome residents here in...
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Feb 24, 2010

Canada, a bilingual nation?

Most people know that Canada's 2 official languages are English and French. But to call Canada a bilingual nation is a bit of a stretch.First, Canada wasn't even legally bilingual until the 1970's....
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Carmanah
Jan 21, 2008

Words Canadians frequently use...

A washroom generally refers to a public toilet, although Canadians are also familiar with the American term restroom. A bathroom can refer to a public toilet, but more frequently it refers to the room...
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Carmanah
Jan 21, 2008

Patriotism

This actually applies to the US as well, but In Canada you often see houses with the national flag flying.I is often a big flag from a normal flag pole, or can be a half sized flag from a house flag...
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stevemt
Oct 05, 2007

Canada Day

Canada Day (July 1st) is a national holiday celebrating the birth of the nation of Canada. It is celebrated all over Canada by a day off of work. Since all Canadian children and teens are out of...
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Carmanah
May 01, 2007

What is Canadian food?

Most people assume that Canada must have "Canadian food", yet, that really isn't the case. Sure, I suppose you could argue that since maple syrup is produced in Canada, that it's a "Canadian food"....
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Carmanah
Dec 11, 2006

The myth of Canadian bacon

There is a round style of ham in the USA called "Canadian bacon". Because of the name, many assume that this is what Canadians eat, and that if you were to go to Canada and order "bacon", you would...
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Carmanah
Nov 12, 2006

Remembrance Day: Lest We Forget

November 11th is Remembrance Day in Canada. It's a day to commemorate the sacrifice of veterans and civilians in World War I, World War II, and other wars. Schools will often hold Remembrance Day...
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Nov 12, 2006

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21 Avenue Road, One block north of Bloor St., Toronto, Ontario, M5R 2G1, Canada
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322 Davie Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6B 5Z6, Canada
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1228 Sherbrooke West, Montreal, Quebec, H3G 1H6, Canada
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435 Albert St, Ottawa, Ontario, K1R 7X4, Canada
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126 rue St-Pierre, Quebec City, Quebec, G1K 4A8, Canada
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680 Montreal Street, Victoria, British Columbia, V8V 1Z8, Canada
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Top Things to Do in Canada

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Old Montreal

This lovely city hall building was built between 1872 and 1878. Located right across the street from Place Jacques Cartier it is right by the Champ de Mars. The balcony is where Charles de Gaulle...
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CN Tower

In 2001 when i went up the CN tower in Toronto, at 553 metres - over half a kilometre lol, it was the tallest tower in the world and the tallest free standing structure in the world - now its the 3rd...
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Stanley Park

Take some time to go walking, hire a bike if that's you thing, but do take some time to go and explore Stanley Park. There is a huge amount to see here, historical things, wonderous views, beautiful...
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Montmorency Falls

Montmorency Falls is a must see for anyone travelling to Quebec. From Gare du Palais I took the 800 bus to the top of the falls. There are hiking trails that wind around with great views. A giant...
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Parliament Hill

Built to help commemorate Canada’s first 100 years in 1967, the Centennial Flame is a natural gas – from Alberta - flame surrounded by a fountain on which all ten of the coats of arms of Canada’s...
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Chinatown

Victoria's Chinatown has the distinction of being the oldest Chinatown in Canada. It is the second oldest in North America after San Francisco. Victoria's Chinatown grew up to house the many Chinese...
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"Canada - So much to do, so little time"
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"8000 km Coast-to-Coast (5000 miles)"
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"Canada..... from coast to coast"
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