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Canada is a vast country. It’s bigger than it’s neighbor, the United States to the south and larger than the whole continent of Australia. As vast as it is, much of the land is uninhabitable due to the rugged mountainous areas and frigid conditions. Its diverse geography comprises of great lakes, panoramas of snow-capped visas, and dramatic waterfalls. Canada is also home to a variety of wildlife such as cougars, bears, moose, lynx, mountain goats, and caribou. Some species like the polar bears of Churchill, Manitoba are in danger of becoming extinct due to climate change.

While the winters can sometimes be harsh in various parts of Canada, the summer months provide the perfect temperatures for camping, hiking and road trips across the country. Canadian cities offer everything from world-class cuisine, a variety of museums, top-rated ski hills, a growing art scene, and great outdoor recreation opportunities.

Some of the most popular tourist attractions in the world are in Canada. These include Niagara Falls, Toronto’s CN Tower, Banff National Par, Vancouver’s Stanley Park, and more.