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Canadian Splendor

November 18, 2009
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At a length of 5,525 miles, the U.S. – Canadian border is the longest non-militarized border in the world. Canada only borders one nation, the U.S.
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Center Street, Banff, Alberta
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Castle Mountain, Banff National Park
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Canmore, Alberta
There are approximately 2-million lakes in Canada. In fact, nearly one-fourth of all the fresh water in the world is located in Canada.
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Canadian Rockies Near Calgary
There are 42 national parks in Canada. The largest park is Wood Buffalo National Park, in Alberta and the Northwest Territories. It’s home to the only nesting site of the endangered whooping crane.
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Barrie, Canada
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Banff National Park
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Niagara Falls, Canada
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Lake Louise, Canadian Rockies
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Jasper National Park, Alberta
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Dawson Creek, BC
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Banff, Alberta
Millions of Americans cross the border each year to visit gorgeous Canadian mountain resorts.
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Lake Louise, Victoria Glacier, Canadian Rockies
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Magog, QC
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Lake Louise
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Banff National Park
Canada’s oldest national park.
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