Streets of montreal
Monland Land Monkland Avenue is one of the largest streets in Montreal, and in addition, it is the most important trade artery of the Monkland Village area. On the street…

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When is the best time to relax in Canada?
The climate of Canada is very similar to the native Russian. The territory of the country is huge, therefore, for example, in the coastal areas the weather is moderate, and…

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Thousand islands
It was a long time ago ... Severe glaciers covered our young Earth and it seemed that it would always be so. But the sun warmed the blue ice, thin…

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OBSERVATIONS OF BIRDS AND LARGE MARINE ANIMALS

In the provinces of Canada, which are located on the shores of the Pacific and Atlantic oceans, excursions and cruises to observe large marine animals and ornithological tours are very popular.

Today, the province of Newfoundland and Labrador is considered one of the best places in the world for observing large marine life and birds. Every year, from May to September, about 22 species of whales come to coastal waters. Here you can see humpback whales, minke whales, finals, sperm whales, dolphins and harp seals. Thousands of seagulls, terns, eels, guillemots, car washes, northern boobies and cormorants live on the coasts of the province, as well as eagles, eagles and ospreys. Excursions (in detail) along the provincial coast are arranged from the capital city of St. Johns. Continue reading

Montmorency Falls

Montmorency Falls is located 8.5 km northeast of the city of Quebec in the province of Quebec (Canada). It is formed by the Montmorency River (101 km long), which flows into the St. Lawrence River downstream of Quebec. It is near the mouth that a powerful stream of water flows down. Its height is 84 meters and its width is 46 meters. This natural formation is the highest in the province. At its base is a small lake with a depth of 17 meters.

History reference
The name was given to the waterfall in 1613 by the French navigator and cartographer Samuel de Champlain (1574-1635). He named the majestic waters in honor of the prominent French commander of the Duke Henry II de Montmorency. The name has taken root and has survived to this day. Continue reading

Montreal Underground City

In the 60s of the 20th century, the chansonnier Gilles Vigno sang: “Mon pays c’est l’hiver” (My country’s name is winter). Quebec residents have always known how to use all the opportunities that the harsh climate of this area provides. He contributed to the development of excellent winter sports, and residents staged noisy carnivals. But, probably, snow and slush interfere with going to the theater and shopping. The inhabitants of Montreal solved this problem by going down underground. The construction of a shopping center on Ville-Marie Square was completed in the 60s of the XX century. Now many passages protected from the weather, 29 kilometers long, are built throughout the city center. There are metro and train stations, shops and department stores (about 1700), theaters, hotels, offices and apartments. In winter, you can enjoy all the charms of city life without even going outside. And in the summer, when the weather is pretty damp in Montreal, you can also take refuge in the underground City, the rooms of which are equipped with an air conditioning system. Continue reading

Canada ski resorts
Canada is a country with a wide variety of natural areas. In summer, marine recreation and ecotourism are available here. River banks, lake surfaces, mountain slopes and waterfalls attract here…

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Diving in Canada
Vancouver Island Dive Tour (14 days) One of the best places in the world for diving besides the Red Sea is the cold waters of Vancouver Island, in particular, Port…

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Old Quebec
The old city is not very large, and there should be enough day for a surface inspection. Against the background of European cities, it would not be very noticeable, but…

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Maple leaf country
The provinces of New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island are part of the Atlantic Canada region, which is home to Academic culture and is famous for…

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