With Valentine's Day on the horizon, Canadians are sure to be celebrating it for a number of different reasons.
If it's the latter then you came to the right place because Canada has no shortage of things to fall in love with, including its jaw-dropping scenery that might just inspire you to pop the question.
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Lake Louise, Alberta
Why pop the question here: According to Annie Hennessey, who manages public relations at Booking.com, you can not find a more beautiful place to propose to than at Lake Louise.
"In winter, the valley is thick with snow and you can ice skate on the lake’s frozen surface before getting down on one knee," she told Narcity.
"Or you could pop the question at a lookout along one of the hiking trails that hug the shoreline, with a backdrop of snow-capped mountains, glacier, fir, pine and aspen forest and the grey, turreted lakeside hotel, Fairmont Château Lake Louise.
Québec City, Québec
Why pop the question here: You can never go wrong with dropping the love bomb in what is known as Canada's mini France.
This romantic scenery is perfect for a proposal.
"If you’re not shy about having an audience, get down on one knee in the old town’s irresistibly pretty main plaza, Place Royale. Or while walking along the Dufferin Terrace, a boardwalk from where the view extends all the way down the St. Lawrence River," Hennessey said.
Whistler, British Columbia
Why pop the question here: Ever dreamed of getting proposed to on a mountain? Well, you will soon because B.C. offers some seriously unforgettable breathtaking views.
Believe it or not, there is even a spot called Proposal Corner and you'll need 'cross-country skis' to make your way there in the wintry months.
Prince Edward Island
Why pop the question here: P.E.I is full of wonders and has no limit on its scenery with its pretty beaches, hills and cliffside views.
"It’s the smallest province in Canada but boasts more than enough romantic places to propose; from the rose-gold sands of Cavendish Beach, to beside gabled, clifftop farm houses along the Confederation Trail, a car-free path running the length of the island," Hennessey explained.
Saskatchewan Lakes, Saskatchewan
Why pop the question here: Said to be one of the most beautiful places in Canada, Saskatchewan can go sometimes unnoticed, however, it might just be the perfect place to ask the big question.
"The prairie province of Saskatchewan is home to around 100,000 lakes and is peppered with scenic nature spots for getting down on one knee," Hennessey said.