So you think you know Canada? With almost 10 million square kilometers to explore, Canada has unique places and unusual experiences. Let’s see how many of these surprising Canadian spaces and places you have yet to discover. Where will you go first?

Are you looking for a change of scenery? Explore the Montréal Biodôme’s tropical forest for guaranteed warm weather, lush, diverse greenery, and exotic animal sightings (think, piranhas, parrots, and even marsupials). The Biodôme, situated in the heart of Montreal, is part of the Space For Life museum complex which hosts the city’s planetarium, insectarium, and botanical garden.

In 2021, downtown Winnipeg and the Winnipeg Art Gallery welcomed Qaumajuq, an innovative museum that hosts the world’s largest public collection of contemporary Inuit art. This immense cultural space bridges Canada’s North and South through art, research, and education. After your visit, pursue your journey into Indigenous cultures with a meal at Feast Café Bistro. The Rideau Canal National Historic Site stretches 202 kilometers from Ottawa to Kingston. From May to October, the canal turns into a paddler’s paradise (boat cruises through Ottawa are a carefree way to take it all in from the water). This historic waterway turns into the world’s longest outdoor skating rink in the wintertime. If you prefer adventuring on land, hop on a bike to discover 800 kilometers of recreational pathways with easy access to parks, historic sites, breweries, and wineries.

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