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A trip to :
Canada

A slide by Elisa Fourcade

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1st Stop

Quebec

Montreal Lantern Festival

It’s an annual tradition at the Montreal Botanical Gardens. Hundreds of lanterns flood the Chinese and Japanese Gardens with light, illuminating the landscape with bursts of bright colors.

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1st Stop part 2

Quebec

The Tremblant International Blues Festival

The Tremblant International Blues Festival features over 100 free concerts in the charming atmosphere of the Tremblant pedestrian village. While Mont Tremblant is famous for its skiing, snowboarding, and winter activities, it’s an incredible summer destination as well.

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Niagara Falls in winter is one of the best times to visit because you’ll be able to see a partially frozen Niagara Falls. It’s quite the sight to behold, surrounded by snow and ice! There’s really nothing like it anywhere else in the world.

Ontario

Niagara Falls

2nd stop

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Discovering all of the street art is one of the best free things to do in Toronto. I’ve visited the city on many occasions specifically to hunt down new works of street art. Graffiti art and street art is constantly changing in Toronto. New art comes and goes as new ones are painted over the old ones.

Ontario

Toronto

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Random Facts

- Canada is the 2nd biggest country worldwide

- Canada is composed of ten provinces and 3 territorie
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-The majority of the inhabitants is distributed in the 3 largest cities of the country : Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa

Canada

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3 territories

Northwest Territories,
Nunavut, and Yukon.

10 provinces

Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, and Saskatchewan.

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