UFO Landing Pad

UFO Landing Pad (St. Paul, Alberta)

Located in the center of the northeast region of Alberta, the St. Paul town motto “A People Kind of Place!” seems strangely out of tune with the fact that they have the Official World’s First

World's Largest Beaver

World’s Largest Beaver (Beaverlodge, Alberta)

In July 2004, the northwestern Alberta town of Beaverlodge unveiled a three-meter high beaver, known unimaginatively as the Beaverlodge Beaver, to mark its 75th anniversary. Located just off of Highway 43 in a small park

Fan Tan Alley

Fan Tan Alley (Victoria, British Columbia)

At just 0.9m wide (about 3 feet) at the narrowest point, Fan Tan Alley holds the record for narrowest street in Canada and is a main attraction in the country’s oldest Chinatown. At more than

Miniature World

Miniature World (Victoria, British Columbia)

The Empress is by far the most famous hotel in Victoria, possibly the most famous hotel in British Columbia. Along with its historic tea service and little boutiques with big price tags, the Empress hides

Trans Am Totem

Trans Am Totem (Vancouver, British Columbia)

Trans Am Totem in Vancouver, British Columbia, was created by sculptor Marcus Bowcott in 2015 as part of the celebrations around the Vancouver Biennale. Located at the intersection of Milross Avenue and Quebec Street, Trans

Titanic Graves

Titanic Grave Markers (Halifax, Nova Scotia)

When RMS Titanic began her journey to New York, USA from Southampton, England on 10, April 1912, nobody onboard believed their ill-fated story would end in Halifax, Nova Scotia of all places. It was here

Peace Bridge

Peace Bridge (Calgary, Alberta)

Designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, Peace Bridge is a pedestrian bridge that accommodates both cyclists and foot traffic across the Bow River in Calgary, Alberta. Most often referred to as the Finger Trap Bridge, because of its uncanny similarity to a finger

Hartland Bridge

The Hartland Bridge (Hartland, New Brunswick)

At 1,282 feet (391m) long, the Hartland Bridge in Hartland, New Brunswick, is the world’s longest covered bridge. Crossing the Saint John River from Somerville to Hartland, the bridge has served the communities since 1901. Before the

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