So much more than the great white north.
My home country, as diverse a place to travel as its multi-cultural society. With the harsh Rocky Mountains to the west, and the glacier strewn fisheries to the east, Canada can be an adventurers haven. Cottage country and cabin culture take over the central part while the entire country encompasses a colourful history of expansion, immigration and indigenous culture.
Ontario, my home province, is the most populated province in the country. While Canada is massive, and therefore complex to travel (purely as a result of distances). Ontario makes for an ideal location to start any Canadian adventure. Toronto and Ottawa are Ontario’s bustling metropolises and are home to a multitude of museums, restaurants, sports teams. They are the capitals, of Canada and Ontario. Adventurers can rejoice, as national parks and the Canadian shield provide the type of canoe, camping and hiking experiences that are inspirational. While those looking for tranquility can find themselves parked at a variety of cute quaint towns.
The rocky mountains are a hikers paradise, while the plains in Saskatchewan allow you to see for miles and miles and miles, barren and beautiful. Traveling through Ontario shows off the rocky and rolling hills of the Canadian shield along with hundreds of perfectly picturesque lakes. Into Quebec, culture reigns supreme as French Canada takes pride in its origins, while the Maritime provinces have arguably the friendliest people complimented by a phenomenal shoreline.
Canada is large, and is expensive to travel around, but of course this is part of traveling in the first world. While it might take a little more planning with trains and planes running less frequently than other countries, further complicated simply by size, you will find quickly that there is more to Canada than snowscapes and trees, though those aren't too bad either.