If you want to experience great Canada vacations, then you have to book your air tickets well in advance for when the winter months start to cut off the rest of the year. Canada is indeed a wonderful country in North America; its two provinces and all its territories cover more than the breadth of the United States. Its interior areas are mountainous and its arable land is huge, giving Canada an amazing surplus of natural resources and a rapidly growing economy. Its ten provinces and all its territories extend far from the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, covering nearly 9.987 million square miles, making it the second-most large country in terms of area.
Canada, together with the provinces of Alberta, Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick, constitute Canada’s country and territory: these countries are often referred to as “the provinces” and “the country”. During winter, most of Canada is a frozen continent – except for northern Quebec and New Brunswick (where there is some tropical weather). At that time, Canada experiences cold temperatures and sees a widespread snowfall. Canada is a mountainous country and a big country, and tourism is its mainstay. Despite the fact that there are large populations of people in Canada who speak different languages (especially French, English and aboriginal communities), the majority of the Canadian population speaks English. In addition, many of the tourists who come to Canada come from the United States and England.
The winter is Canada’s “off season”; it is the best time to visit Canada because the weather is tolerable. Although the summer is mostly dry and hot, Canadians still look forward to summer – the “high season” – because it gives them a chance to go outdoors and do all the things they love. The summer also offers Canadians a chance to visit Vancouver Island, where the “island” is located and where the largest proportion of the population lives. Summer also promises a good opportunity for those who plan to spend their Canada trips exploring the numerous attractions in British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec (where the third-largest city, Toronto, is located).