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Earth speaks through wilderness.    
In Canada we still have
a moment to listen.
Highlight for Album: Provinces  
Photos of Canada, Stock Photos Canadian Provinces,
Pictures of Canadian Cities, Canada History, Province History
Canada is the second largest country in the world in size with 10 Provinces and 3 Terrorities; its southern and northwestern edges touch the United States of America. Canada covers 6 time zones – the west coast, the prairies, the east coast and the Maritimes; The 5 great lakes between Canada and the United States have the greatest amount of fresh surface water (about 16%) on earth. The United Nations ranked Canada the best country in the world in which to live for eight consecutive years. The largest provincial cities are Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Victoria, Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Regina, Ottawa, Quebec City, Halifax, St. Johns, Fredericton, Charlottetown, Saint John, Whitehorse and Yellowknife. The Canadian landscape offers spectacular Mountains, Prairies, Desert, Arctic Tundra, Glaciers, Valleys, Foothills, Rivers and Lakes.
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Highlight for Album:  Canada National Parks  
Canada National Parks Photos, Stock Photos,
Canadian Rockies, Banff Park, Jasper Park
These special places are gateways to nature, to adventure, to discovery, to solitude. Canada National parks are located on the Atlantic, Pacific and Arctic coasts, across the interior mountains and plains and Great Lakes. They are among Canada's - and the worlds - natural jewels and include World Heritage Sites. These wild places, located in every Canadian province and territory, range from the spectacular Canada’s Rocky mountains and plains, to boreal forests and tundra, to lakes and glaciers, and much more, and they include world-renowned names such as Banff and Jasper.
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Highlight for Album: Canada Wildlife (all images taken in the wild)
Canadian Wildlife Photos, Stock Photos Canada Wildlife,
Grizzly Bears, Bird Gallery, Eagles
For many Canadians, wildlife provides powerful images that help define the very essence of our country: the cry of a loon echoing across a lonely lake, the power and majesty of a polar bear, great Vs of Canada geese forging across the sky….. and the powerful Grizzly bear. British Columbia is one of the few places in the world which still has significant populations of both black bears and grizzlies. Experiencing wildlife enriches the lives of all Canadians.
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Highlight for Album: Native Canada
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Canada First Nations Photos, Native Canada Stock Photos,
Totem Poles, Canada First Nations History
Native people lived in Canada first - they are the First Nations and the Inuit (Eskimo). The Métis are half-First Nations and half-European. Across Canada, more than 50 aboriginal languages were spoken; these have been classified into 12 families, half of which were spoken only in British Columbia. By far the most widespread were (and still are) Cree, in the Algonkian group, and Inuktitut, an Eskaleut language of the Arctic.
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Highlight for Album: Vancouver British Columbia Canada  
Vancouver Photos, Stock Photos Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada,
  Host City of the XXI Olympic Winter Games in 2010
On July 2, 2003, Vancouver and Whistler was selected to host the 2010 Olympic Winter Games, officially known as the XXI Olympic Winter Games. They are the next winter Olympics and will take place in 2010 in Vancouver and Whistler, British Columbia, Canada. Both the Olympic and Paralympic Games are being organized by the Vancouver Organizing Committee (VANOC).
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Highlight for Album: Whistler British Columbia Canada  
Whistler Photos, Stock Photos Whistler, British Columbia, Canada,
  Vancouver and Whistler host the 2010 Olympic Winter Games.
Canada will host the 2010 Winter Games. Vancouver and Whistler will be home to the XXI Olympic Winter Games from February 12 to 28 and the X Paralympic Winter Games from March 12 to 21.