Facts about Canada
Canada’s motto is “A Mari Usque an Mari,” which means “from sea to sea.” When travelers visit Canada, they have plenty of choices on where to explore in the world’s second largest country. Visitors in Canada can experience the country’s culture by visiting museums, historical architecture, wine tours, and other activities in Vancouver, Quebec City, and other large cities. Canada is also famous for its wildlife and national parks. Travelers can hike, canoe, climb, and sail to see animals up close, but not too close. Churchill, for example, lies in the middle of the migratory path of polar bears. This means tourists have the opportunity to see polar bears outside their hotel window! Canada’s landscape and wildlife allows travelers to have a unique international vacation they cannot have anywhere else in the world.
By practicing responsible tourism, travelers can give back to the community by taking school supplies and other needed supplies to help support local education. School supplies requested might include geometry sets, age-appropriate story books, flash cards, reference materials, and sports equipment.