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If you've been dreaming of a European vacation — look no further. There are so many places in Canada that look like Europe and you don't need to catch a flight across the Atlantic to visit them!

Whether you want to experience the cobblestone streets of France, the glacial fjords of Norway or the rolling green hills of Scotland, Canada has got you covered.

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This Ontario hike comes with some incredible views, and you can wander right over a rushing waterfall. Pukaskwa National Park, located on Lake Superior, has tons of rugged landscape to explore, and it makes for a beautiful fall road trip.

The park is open until October 15, so you'll be able to catch some vibrant fall colours. One incredible adventure to take in the park is the White River Suspension Bridge Trail, which leads to a towering suspension bridge over a waterfall.

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Canada Day is July 1, and there are so many ways to celebrate the country on the holiday and all month long.

Whether you want to explore Canada's breathtaking nature, eat some iconic Canadian food, or celebrate at one of the True North's famous attractions, these activities will have you feeling super patriotic.

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Grab your Canadian bucket list! These iconic landmarks in Canada draw millions of visitors every single year and we're lucky enough to live here all year around.

Whether you've seen just a few of these dreamy locations, or all 14 of them, the opportunities to explore and re-explore in Canada are absolutely endless.

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Attention adventure seekers! Parks Canada is offering free admission to all of the national parks in Canada but it's for one day only.

The federal government has announced that it is inviting all Canadians and international visitors to connect with nature and history at the country's "most iconic destinations" by taking advantage of free admission to celebrate Canada Day.

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