The great outdoors
The second largest country in the world covering nearly ten million square kilometres gives Canadians a wealth of opportunites to explore the great outdoors. People living in the higher latitudes can see the famous northern lights when the conditions are right and with all this space, it means that nature in Canada is big!
The Niagara falls forms the boundary between Canada and the United States, although the larger, more famous horse shoe falls section lies in Canada.
Famous for having an extensive wilderness, Canada's wildlife is impressive and not surprisingly due to the harsh winters, often covered in fur.
Beavers are well known for making dams to live in.
Wild Bull Moose
Long hot summers and properly cold winters - Canada's geography lends itself to having wide temperature ranges throughout the year. Here we can see the highways being kept clear of snow in winter.
The tourism industry, both domestic and attracting visitors from overseas, is a large employer in Australia. Here we can see the Gold coast, near to Brisbane.
Farming is an important part of the Canadian economy with one of its more famous exports being maple syrup.
The beautiful town of Quebec attracts many tourists from miles around.