In this enormous country, stretching from coast to coast, there is more to be seen than can ever be seen and more to do can ever be done in one lifetime.
The composition of gases in Earth’s atmosphere determines the color of the Northern Lights. Each color that you see dancing across the sky is a product of charged particles colliding with gas molecules!
The California sushi rolls were created in Canada.
Canada’s arboreal forest is a critical global resource. For millennia, it has shaped the traditions and cultures of indigenous peoples who call it home. Storing more than 36 years’ worth of global fossil fuel emissions, the forest is also one of our most critical tools for fighting climate change. And it provides important habitat to many of North America’s most iconic and endangered species, including the arboreal woodland caribou.
Did you know that saffron, the most precious and expensive spice in the world, was also produced in Quebec?