Must See Places in Montreal

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Montreal is the most populous city in the Canadian province of Quebec which is a predominantly Francophone part of Canada. Founded in the mid 17th century, it was originally named Ville-Marie, which means City of Mary. It’s current name, Montreal, however, is after the hill Mount Royal that stands in the city. The city itself is located on the Island of Montreal and a few other smaller islands, such as Île Bizard. French is the official language of Montreal and the one that is given primacy by most speakers. In fact it is the second largest French speaking city in the world after Paris.

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What is Canada Super Visa?

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Otherwise known as the Parent Visa in Canada or the Parent and Grandparent Super Visa, It is a travel authorization that is granted exclusively to parents and grandparents of a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada. Super visa belongs to the Temporary Resident Visas. It allows parents and grandparents to stay for up to 2 years in Canada per visit. Like a regular multiple-entry visa, Super Visa is also valid for up to 10 years. However multiple-entry visa allows stays of up to 6 months per visit.

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Must See Places in Alberta

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art of Western Canada, bordering Canada’s westernmost province of British Columbia, Alberta is Canada’s only landlocked province, that is, it is surrounded only by land, without any route leading directly to the sea. Alberta has got quite a diverse terrain, which includes the snowy peaks of Rocky Mountains, glaciers, and lakes; the mutely beautiful flat prairies; and wild forests in the north. Apart from the wide variety of nature you would get to feast your eyes on in Alberta, its two main cities, Edmonton, which is the capital of Alberta, and Calgary, are metropolitan urban cities in their own rights, which have many sightseeing options for tourists too.

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Must See Places in British Columbia

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One of the most populous provinces in Canada, British Columbia consists of some of the most metropolitan cities of Canada, such as Victoria and Vancouver, Vancouver being one of the largest metropolises in the whole Pacific Northwest. British Columbia is also home to some of the most popular tourist destinations of Canada and is the Canadian province that is most visited by tourists from all over the world. From oceanside metropolitan cities to the rural interior to places like Whistler which turn into winter wonderlands, British Columbia has a wide range of places and experiences to offer to tourists.

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The Rocky Mountains in Canada

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The Rocky Mountains, or simply the Rockies, are a world famous mountain range starting in Canada, at Liard River, which lies at the northern end of British Columbia, and stretching till the Rio Grande River in New Mexico in the south-western part of the United States. They derive their name from a translation of what they were known as in one of the indigenous languages of Canada. These mighty mountains form one of the biggest tourist attractions of Canada. The Rocky Mountains, or simply the Rockies, are a world famous mountain range starting in Canada, at Liard River, which lies at the northern end of British Columbia, and stretching till the Rio Grande River in New Mexico in the south-western part of the United States. They derive their name from a translation of what they were known as in one of the indigenous languages of Canada. These mighty mountains form one of the biggest tourist attractions of Canada.

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Ice Hockey – Canada’s Favourite Sport

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​The national winter sport of Canada and the most popular sport among all Canadians, Ice Hockey can be dated back to the 19th century when various stick and ball games, both from the United Kingdom and from the indigenous communities of Canada, influenced a new game into existence. It is as popular in Canada, both as a game and as a pastime, among people of all ages, as sports such as cricket and football are elsewhere in the world. Over time it has become quite popular internationally too and is even an Olympic sport.

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