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Travel video about destination Canada. The journey starts in Halifax and stretches right across Canada, from east to west and from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Halifax is situated in a deep,…



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  • Matt W 3 years ago

    Video’s pretty old. Toronto skyline has grown immeasurably since then.
    But then again, the music is a dead giveaway.

  • Pluto28 3 years ago

    Victoria is the capitol city of BC, not Vancouver.
    And how come half the major cities are not even mentioned? Did they do any
    research for this?

  • Mai Nguyen 3 years ago

    Toronto i like thank you

  • Leigh Versteege 3 years ago

    Also, it was Sir John A. McDonald that was Canada’s First Prime Minister in
    1867 and NOT Etteine Cartier. Cartier was the first minister of the
    province of Quebec!

  • Sheila Behan 3 years ago

    It would have been nice if you showed places in Winnipeg and Saskatoon.

  • Rob Scholten 3 years ago

    Bekijk deze video op YouTube:

  • Lina Gutierrez 3 years ago

    La mejor bendicion que me ah dado mi DIOS es poder vivir con mi
    familia en este bello y generoso pais DIOS BENDIGA CANADA

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  • jairo temoteo 3 years ago

    16th February 2015.
    Nao tem desculpas, se voce nao pode visitar Canada pessoalmente visite o
    este fantastico e bem organizado video.
    There is no excuse,if you can not visit Canada personally visit it
    watching this fantastic
    and well organized video.

  • Waldemar Kowalski 3 years ago

    The funny think… for me… THE CANADA starts west of City of Vancouver!!!
    Of course East is good too but West Is ThE Best!!!

  • Leigh Versteege 3 years ago

    It was The Algonquian, Iroquis and Mohawk tribes and NOT The Inuit that’s
    found in what’s now the province of Quebec and southern Ontario! The Inuit
    people are found in the far Northern regions of Canada; Northwest
    Territories, The Yukon and Nunavut.

  • ken n 3 years ago

    what a crappy video. The maker should try again

  • Troller 3 years ago

    I went to Canada in 2008 and couldn’t find anyone, where do you guys live?

  • Isabella Pelletier-Soucy 3 years ago

    this is so boring why mack it so boring mack it fun

  • Gerardo Alfonso ManosUnidas 3 years ago


  • elisei01 3 years ago

    canada is a piece of shit.

  • Leigh Versteege 3 years ago

    As well, Victoria is the capital of British Columbia province, not
    Vancouver. Expo was in 1986 in Vancouver not in the early 90’s! Also, the
    totem poles of the Indigenous people of the Canadian North-West are not
    “cult” objects, they are sacred treasures. It has nothing to do with cults.

  • Gerardo Alfonso ManosUnidas 3 years ago
  • Isabel Matos 3 years ago

    Too long didn’t see…

  • Nadia Maslo 3 years ago

    All I can say about Canada is… wow! Happy Canada’s day..!!!!!!

  • Slamet Raharjo 3 years ago

    Wow… I want to go canada insa allah



  • Slamet Raharjo 3 years ago

    Wow… I want to go canada insa allah

  • ramachandran tg 3 years ago

    An excellent video presentation of all hues of canada in full glory,simply
    a tourist’s paradise-narration & background music are of highest
    quality!Though Canada is a large prosperous country with great cities &
    wilderness,it chose to be in the shadow of it’s powerful neighbour
    USA.Fortunately it hasn’t got troublesome neighbours,so that it’s defence
    expenditure is minimal, so that money could be deployed on the welfare of
    it’s people.The nation has a mixture of both English & French culture due
    to it’s past history.Where does the original natives stands in this bright
    picture is a mystery-same is the case with USA too!I presume that it’s
    agricultural economy is doing very well but what about others?-I have no
    idea about their export basket apart from this because consumption at home
    is minimal due to sparse population.

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