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Calaway Park

For all the fun of the fair, with family-friendly rides and live entertainment, visit Calaway Park. The largest amusement park in Canada’s west, Calaway ...  Read more

Calgary Stampede

Billing itself as the greatest outdoor show on earth, you can expect something special at the Calgary Stampede. And with everything you’ve come to love about ...  Read more

Calgary Tower

Calgary Tower is a city landmark, teetering over the city’s downtown skyscrapers since 1968. Atop the tower’s shaft you’ll find ‘the pod’, home to an ...  Read more

Canada's Wonderland

Canada’s Wonderland is Ontario’s premier theme park with over 200 attractions, 68 rides, Splash Works, great live shows and more. Due to the number  of roller ...  Read more

Canada Olympic Park

Ski down true Olympics-standard ski runs and ride a bobsled on an actual Winter Games track at Canada Olympic Park, the main focus for events during the ...  Read more

Canada Place

One of the best places to orient yourself, especially if this is your first trip to Vancouver, is Canada Place. Built for Expo '86, this iconic, ...  Read more

Canadian Museum of Civilization

The grand-sounding Canadian Museum of Civilization takes an up-close look at Canada’s history and culture with an entertaining and educational array of ...  Read more

Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21

Did you know that Halifax’s Pier 21 is a National Historic Site that has served as a gateway to Canada for one million immigrants? It was also the departure ...  Read more

Carcross

Carcross has quite the history. This small Tlingit and Tagish First Nations community became a boomtown during the Klondike gold rush, acting as a stopover ...  Read more

Caribou Crossing Trading Post

The spirit of the Klondike gold rush is still thriving at the Caribou Crossing Trading Post, where it’s not only still possible to pan for gold but also ...  Read more

Casa Loma

Literally the “House on a Hill,” Casa Loma - a mock medieval castle with Elizabethan-style chimneys, Rhineland turrets, secret passageways, and an ...  Read more

Cave and Basin National Historic Site

Originally called Banff Hot Springs Reserve, Cave and Basin National Historic Site was the birthplace of both Banff National Park and the entire Canadian ...  Read more

Cave of the Winds

For those who want to experience Niagara Falls up close, a tour of Cave of the Winds is a must. In fact, the excursion takes you as close to the falls as you ...  Read more

Chinatown

One of three Chinatowns in the Greater Toronto area, the area that runs from College just before Queen on Spadina as well as along Dundas, west of Beverly ...  Read more

Chinatown

To truly experience Montreal’s melting pot of cultures head to Chinatown. Dating back to the 1860s when Chinese immigrants went to Canada to work on the ...  Read more

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