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Canada’s Regions – Images

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Ottawa’s Rideau Canal, once a military waterway, is now a tourist attraction and winter skateway


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Banff National Park, Alberta


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Peggy’s Cove harbour, Nova Scotia


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Sir William Logan


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Mount Logan, located in the Yukon, is the highest mountain in Canada. It is named in honour of Sir William Logan, a world-famous geologist, born in Montreal in 1798 to Scottish immigrant parents. Logan founded and directed the Geological Survey of Canada from 1842 to 1869 and is considered one of Canada’s greatest scientist


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An Inuit boy in Sanikiluaq, Nunavut, uses a pellet gun to hunt for birds


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The caribou (reindeer) is popular game for hunters and a symbol of Canada’s North

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