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  • Historic Sites of European Colonization in Canada: Legacy of European Exploration
    Historic Sites of European Colonization in Canada: Legacy of European Exploration
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    Canada has several historic sites dating back to the European colonial period. From the Fortress of Louisbourg to Fort Edward, via the historic site of the Battle of Restigouche, discover the most essential historical monuments and their history.

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  • Canadian films: Cinema, renowned directors and actors
    Canadian films: Cinema, renowned directors and actors
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    Although less adored than its American and European counterparts, Canadian cinema has experienced significant growth in recent years. In fact, there are more and more Canadian productions that are being talked about internationally. Moreover, the success of this sector does not stop there and extends to both actors and directors from the maple country. Today we will talk about them in particular. From milestones to famous faces to the most awarded films, here's everything you need to know...

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  • Zoological parks in Canada: Discovery of wildlife from around the world
    Zoological parks in Canada: Discovery of wildlife from around the world
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    Canada currently has around thirty national parks and around ten national park reserves. Some are more famous than others, but all offer activities that are as enriching as they are exciting. We invite you to discover 5 famous wildlife parks in Canada. These parks are renowned for what they have to offer, namely, a great diversity of wildlife.

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  • Canada's provincial parks: Preserved nature near cities
    Canada's provincial parks: Preserved nature near cities
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    Provincial parks are bodies of land and water. They have a variable surface area, and can be natural or artificial. Provincial parks are designated by provincial governments to serve the purposes of nature protection, tourism, recreation, education and conservation. In Canada today, there are 48 provincial parks, which together cover an area of 450,000 km². There you can find mountains, plains, lakes, forests and others.

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