True North strong and free, am I right? There are so many things to be proud of as Canadians: free health care and education, multiculturalism, natural resources, and of course, our resident fox Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
On top of all that, our vast and varying geography is a huge reason to love Canada for what it is - our home. Here are some top spots you should most definitely see in one of the greatest countries in the world.
Lake Louise, Alberta
Just look at this place. The crystal blue water, open sky, and mountains. Imagine the echo you'd get in a spot like this.
Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta
Are we sure this isn't Switzerland? Because I think I saw the little girl from The Sound of Music dancing in the distance. Seriously, these hills are ALIVE.
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, British Columbia
You don't need a fish-eye lens to take in how cool this view would be. Selfie away - just don't look down!
Photo cred - @viweddingring
Long Beach, Tofino, British Columbia
Who says California's the only place for good surfing? Tofino Island in British Columbia is home to a bustling surf community, with tons of dudes in wetsuits & cascading Canadian waves.
Aka the polar bear capital of the world. Churchill is strangely one of the only towns that supports a natural polar bear population. If you ever wanted to see a photogenic little fluff in its natural habitat, book your flight now. Just remember to look and not touch - bears are bears after all.
Eagle Plains, Yukon
We should all try and see the Northern Lights at some point, right? No better place to do it than, well, north.
Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia
Sunsets and ocean go together like tequila and lime. Which you could totally bring to watch the sunset by the ocean.
Photo cred - @milejuice
There's a reason people fork out millions for cottage country - it's pretty fricken' beautiful.
Lavender fields in Stanstead, Quebec
Lavender fiiiiields foreverrrrrr. Would this not be the perfect place to picnic?
Algonquin Park, Ontario
Canoe for two s'il vous plait. Algonquin is home to many breathtaking trails and fun activities for friends and families to enjoy.
Cavendish Beach, Prince Edward Island
That red sand tho. The contrast between the iconic PEI soil and and the bright blue water practically begs you to take a picture. Snap, chat, and enjoy the view.
Forget Baywatch, try whale watching from the comfort of your own boat. Sure beats the office fish tank.
Photo cred - @explorecanada
Baffin Island, Nunavut
No, not none of that - I want all of that. As in this entire shot, in my viewfinder, right now. Bundle up!
Georgian Bay, Ontario
This is what bay-goals really looks like. If you ain't talking kayaks I don't wanna talk.
So there you have it! 14 breath-taking sights you have to see in Canada. How many can you check off in 2016?
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