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Welcome to Canada

Canada's natural beauty, from the glaciers and mountains to the secluded lakes and forests, its almost a different world. But Canada's is not just the great outdoors, Canada has immaculate cities that are clean, safe and friendly In fact, Canada repeatedly is said to be one of the world's most livable countries. Whether your interests are big cities or secluded nature, Canada won’t disappoint.(Canada Travel and Vacations Guide)

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Things to do in Canada

Canada might seem like a big block of ice to most people that haven't been there . Canada has many places to visit for the whole family. Niagara falls is one of the worlds most beautiful places with many things to do besides just looking at the falls Niagara Falls State Park is home to the Aquarium of Niagara, where visitors can get up close and personal with marine animals. The park also has a wide range of hiking trails suitable for both children and adults, and self-guided Niagara Falls tours are a great way to interact with nature along the gorge. (Niagara Falls Frequently Asked Questions)

Not far from the falls you can find Lake Ontario with just as much to do during the warmer months. the large lake has enough room for everyone to have fun from siting on the pier trying to catch the one that got away to parasailing on the open water.(Lake Ontario)

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Population chart

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More than half of Canadians either live in Quebec (23.6%) or Ontario (38.4%).Canada is significantly larger than the U.S.A, in total land mass, but has about one tenth the human population, only 36 million people reside there. The entire population of Canada is almost identical to the state of California.(How Canada Is Not the United State)

Canada's Average Temperature

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In the southern part of Canada, where most of the 36 million people live, spring, summer and autumn are good seasons for road trips. In much of Canada, most tourist come during the warmer months usually starting Victoria Day and ends on Labour Day .In the Canadian Rockies, the peak season starts on Canada Day and ends on Labour Day.

The summer months are great for camping and for visiting the northern part of Canada. (Canada, North America Forecast)