Category: Canada 150th Birthday

Modern Thrills Meet Old World Charms in Canada’s Eastern Provinces

Discover history and wide-open spaces in Canada’s eastern provinces. From a waterfall that rivals Niagara to a city that traces its roots to France, the nation’s eastern provinces could keep travelers busy for weeks. Here are a few of the highlights of a trip to Eastern Canada: Quebec City — The capital city of Quebec blends history
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Rolling on the St. Lawrence River Through Quebec

RV along the Saint Lawrence River. See our ongoing coverage of Canada’s 150th birthday in the following weeks. As French explorers and settlers navigated the St. Lawrence River, they planted the seeds for a dynamic culture that clings fiercely to its European roots. Sample the food, architecture and customs of this compelling province. From bustling cities to
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Vive Canada’s 150th in Montreal

RV to Montreal, which showcases amazing sights for RV travelers.  See our ongoing coverage of Canada’s 150th birthday in the following weeks. Find old French charm and modern Canadian adventure in Montreal, Quebec. In this city of 1.7 million people, visitors will discover an endless array of restaurants, coffee houses and music clubs mingling with historic buildings
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Toronto Touts Canada’s Birthday in a Big Way

A Toronto RV trip is a great way to celebrate Canada’s 150th. See our ongoing coverage of Canada’s 150th birthday in the coming weeks. The largest city in Canada, and by far its most cosmopolitan, Toronto offers everything from gargantuan skyscrapers to beautiful old mansions. Its large and multicultural population gives way to a wide variety of restaurants
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