Canada Travel Guide

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  • Canada Travel Guide

Canada is the second in the world overall and its common border with the United States forms the world's longest land border. It is a land of vast distances and rich natural beauty that make its become one of the world's wealthiest countries and a major tourist destination.

Canada was the Indians and Inuit live. 16th century, become French, Britain colonies, and later ceded to Britain by the French. By 1931 it was more or less fully independent of the United Kingdom. Finally, in the 1982, Canada became a country with all the independent sovereignty.

Canadians enjoy a very high quality of life - Canada consistently scores very well on indices of economic freedom, corruption, respect for civil rights, and more. In addition, Canada is also known as the "nation of immigrants. " Different nations retain their cultural traditions, while respecting the customs and traditions of other nations, and the government also encourages multicultural coexistence and development.

For visitors, there are vast forests, mountains, lakes, islands and tundra, the untouched natural Arctic beauty, and the national symbol - the maple leaf. From Niagara Falls to Banff National Park, this is a good place for outdoor sports, especially the ideal place for winter sports. And in the southern line of Canada, it is those beautiful city: Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver.