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Central & Eastern Canada

Toronto

Toronto

Toronto Previous Next Toronto Toronto, the capital of Ontario, is the largest city in Canada, and boasts a wide array of exciting educational venues and learning opportunities. For a bird’s-eye view of the city (and on clear days, Niagara Falls), … Read More

Quebec City

Quebec City

Quebec City Previous Next Quebec City One-of-a-kind destination for school groups which can be enjoyed all year round.  Quebec City, in the mainly French-speaking province of Québec, lies on the St Lawrence River and is the city to visit to … Read More

PEI

Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island Previous Next Prince Edward Island This is Canada’s smallest province, but it still packs a punch in terms of its stunning scenery and interesting things to do. The Confederation Trail follows the abandoned railway line and you … Read More

Ottawa

Ottawa

Ottawa Previous Next Ottawa Match your curriculum with a visit to Canada’s capital city, home to the seat of the Canadian government, is a living history lesson, from the neo-gothic architecture of Parliament Hill to the grand spires of the … Read More

Tour-of-the-Legislature-(with-Scavenger-Hunt)

Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia Previous Next Nova Scotia The second-smallest province of Canada, Nova Scotia is a geographer’s dream destination. Consisting of the mainland peninsula with its many estuaries and bays, as well as 3 800 islands, nowhere are you more than 67 … Read More

New Brunswick

New Brunswick

new brunswick Previous Next New Brunswick The only bilingual province in Canada, New Brunswick consists primarily of forested uplands and lies entirely within the Appalachian Mountain Range. This is the area to visit to see the effects of glacial periods … Read More

Montreal

Montreal

montreal Previous Next Montreal There is no better way to have your students practicing their French then taking them to Montreal.  The second largest French-speaking city in the world, Montreal is unlike any other destination in Canada and many of … Read More

Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Previous Next Saskatchewan Saskatchewan is big with breath-taking landscapes featured throughout the province with warm hospitality.  Northern Saskatchewan, known for its 100,000+ lakes are framed by lush boreal forests, where in southern Saskatchewan, you’ll see vast tracts of prairie … Read More

Manitoba

Manitoba

Manitoba Previous Next Manitoba Manitoba is Canada’s central province, home to stunning scenery and diverse ecology, from Arctic tundra in the north around Hudson Bay, to prairies and boreal forests further south. Teachers, ask us how we can organize a … Read More