Canada is the 2nd largest country in the world and is bigger than the whole European Union.

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20% of the whole world freshwater comes from Canada

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The lowest temperature ever recorded in Canada was in Yukon with -63 degrees  . Like as cold as Mars.

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The Yonge Street in Toronto, Ontario is the longest street in the world with 1,896km.

80% of electricity coming from non-emitting sources. Therefore Canada has one of the cleanest electricity grids in the world.

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One of North America’s the most famous geological features between the United States and Canada border are the Niagara Falls. But the Canadian view is of course the winner.

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With 400 hectare urban oasis and 8 millions visitors every year, Stanley Park voted as the number one park worldwide. The Park offers different attractions, 27 kilometres of forest trails, 8,8kilometres seawall, 2 freshwater lakes, ao community pool, aquarium amid the 1/2 million trees and is 10% larger than New York City’s Central Park in New York.

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La Grande Roue in Montreal is with 60m the tallest wheel in Canada and provides an unforgettable view over Montreal.

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The Jasper National Park is one of the largest Park in Canada and perfect to discover nature. Don’t to forget about the Rocky Mountains.

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The Northern Lights are one one of the most things to see in Canada. You can see them in Yukon, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Manitoba, Quebec, Alberta.

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