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A small village on Cormorant Island with volcanic features
in the surrounding area.
A quaint and charming fishing village near a promontory offering breathtaking views of the Magdalen Islands.
Admire amazing views of the Saint Lawrence River then explore the area's landscapes on a hiking trail.
Enjoy a relaxing time in this charming town then explore the rugged coastline of the scenic Sandwich Bay.
A scenic town with much to see and do, including Victorian architecture, parks, theaters and galleries.
A group of rocky islands home to a vast number of seabirds and marine mammals.
Water-based activities are especially popular here as the city is situated around a large natural bay.
An idyllic coastal town located near national parks where many outdoor activities are commonly practised.
Canada's Forest Capital is home to the world's largest moose population and has lots of outdoor pursuits.
A vibrant city whose beautiful natural surroundings are popular with skiers, adventurers and sightseers.
Explore the Inuits' rich history and culture in this charming city surrounded by spectacular landscapes.
Explore the area's natural wonders and can learn all about the borough's vast history of soap production.
A traditional settlement where two tribes live together in
different Arctic species can be seen on this unpopulated Arctic island.
A fascinating archaeological site showcasing the only Viking settlement discovered in North America.
An energetic and lively city that is routinely voted one of the top tourist destinations on the continent.
A place renowned for its remarkable natural beauty and the wide range of outdoor activities available.
A thriving metropolis and cultural hotspot, home to many festivals, events, galleries and historic sites.
Monumental Island to see its growing walrus population.
Popular for its production of the Nanaimo candy bar, with a lively arts scene and popular with divers.
Visitors to this charming coastal town can go whale-watching and learn about the town's whaling history.
Canada's oldest city, home to a thriving arts scene and many natural wonders and historical monuments.
A popular destination for outdoor activities enthusiasts, with rafting, hiking and dogsledding available.
A city named after largely unspoilt islands that are known for their scenic beauty and bird populations.
A charming seaside town rich in culture, scenery and architecture.