Despite the Canadian city’s considerable population, its backdrop might be even more impressive.
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Despite its title as Canada’s oldest national park, Banff Park’s natural beauty is timeless:
Housing over 2.3 million people in its Metropolitan area, Vancouver is the most densely populated Canadian municipality among those with 5,000 or more residents.
Located in Alberta, Canada, Mount Rundle’s picturesque peaks lend to it being a very popular destination for hikers.
Taking place in Quebec in 1990, the Oka Crisis was a land dispute between the Mohawks and the people of Oka. Wanting to protect the land they considered theirs, the Mohawk people filed a land claim when the town wanted to expand a golf course on territory traditionally used by the Mohawks. The claim was rejected, and as an unfortunate result, violent protests brought the town under a harsh spotlight.
Named after an Albertan princess, Canada’s Lake Louise offers visitors emerald water carried into the lake by nearby glaciers: