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Explore Labrador, a place where time stands still, nature remains untouched by modernism and the people welcome you whole-heartedly. The newest of Canada’s 10 provinces, it is large in size but has a small population in comparison. Labrador features some of the oldest rocks in the world that tell the remarkable story of earth’s evolution. Just off its coast, the meeting of its cool current and the warm Gulf Stream creates a home for an abundance of marine life and seabirds.

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Newfoundland Icebergs:

See Iceberg Alley, one of the best places in the world to see these colossal floating 10,000-year-old glacial blocks in many shapes, colors and sizes. On a sunny day, you can see these glaciers from many points along the northern and eastern coasts by boat tour, sea kayak or by hiking along the coast. The best time of year to view them is in late May and early June.

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Take in Canada's diverse, captivating scenery! From mountain ranges and glaciers to pastoral land and coastal natural wonders, Canada is simply brimming with wildlife and adventures for every age and activity level. Photographers who visit the region are never disappointed and always leave with truly incredible photos. With its abundance of colors and diverse landscapes, Canada deserves a top spot on every nature lover’s bucket list.

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You're in for a treat! The foods of Canada offer your palate a variety of spices and flavors. The cuisine is influenced by local sources, the traditions of the Indigenous people, and a diverse population. Each region has its own specialty, like the seafood of Atlantic Canada, Vancouver’s fantastic Asian restaurants, the meat produced by Alberta’s sprawling ranches and the wine from British Columbia.

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Icefields Parkway:

Winding along the Continental Divide, the Icefields Parkway is one of Canada’s national treasures and a favorite destination for many. It will take you past waterfalls, rushing rivers, glacial peaks, imposing cliffs and snowcapped mountains. Be sure you bring your camera. You’ll want to take lots of pictures to capture the incredible sights to share with family and friends back home. This is a journey through natural history and captivating landscapes that will change you forever. You will revisit this close encounter with nature’s grandeur over and over again in your dreams as long as you live.

Trains (VIA Rail):

Aboard VIA Rail’s The Canadian, admire the majestic beauty of the Rockies and experience train travel like it used to be in your private cabin. Listen to the peaceful sounds of the train while natural beauty dances to life before your eyes in a scenic wonderland; it’s a veritable journey back in time as you travel from Vancouver to Jasper. Enjoy first-class meals and awe-inspiring vistas during the day. Spend the night in the comfort of your private sleeping room that includes a private washroom. From the moment you board The Canadian, you’ll embrace the nostalgia of a golden era; rail lines trace history while whisking travelers through scenery far removed from the highway.

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Niagara Falls:

Behold Niagara Falls, an incredible natural wonder where a staggering four to six million cubic feet of water flows over the falls every minute. Straddling the international border of Canada and New York State are the three waterfalls known as Niagara Falls. They’re called Bridal Veil, Horseshoe and American and have a vertical drop of over 165 feet. Providing hydro-electric power and majestic beauty, the Falls are best viewed from one of the many cruise boats operating on the river below, or from the new zip line that borders the Falls. Also, if given the chance, go see the falls at night. They are lit up and look incredible in the night sky. You may even see fireworks.

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Old Québec City:

Take a trip back in time and explore Old Québec, North America’s only walled city north of Mexico. Here you’ll find colonial architecture, unique shops and restaurants, and plenty of old-world European charm. Visit the Place Royal where Samuel de Champlain built what became the first permanent French settlement in North America. See the neoclassical façade and stained glass of the oldest church in Canada, the Notre-Dame de Québec Basilica-Cathedral. Explore the antique shops, cafés, and art galleries of the Old Port and stroll along the St. Lawrence River. Visit Parliament Hill, see the iconic Château Frontenac, and discover over 400 years of history in this cultural heart of Québec City.

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One of the best parts of traveling is coming back home with souvenirs that really reflect the place you’ve just been. In the Canadian Rockies, native handcrafts such as wood carvings and artwork by aboriginals are very popular. Look for jewelry made from Canadian materials such as ammonite (a rare fossil that produces a precious gem stone) and jade in British Columbia.

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Please be sure to pack a warm sweater and jacket as well as gloves and a hat, as temperatures at higher elevations can change very quickly. Summer temperatures can also vary greatly when in the mountains. It is suggested that you bring a pair of sunglasses, especially while visiting the Icefields — it can be very bright.

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  • Banff National Park , home to beautiful landscapes rich in history, wildlife, and vibrant colors
  • Lake Louise , where perfectly turquoise water greets every visitor
  • Vancouver , a bustling cosmopolitan city on the water

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There’s no bad time for a trip to Canada, but our favorite time is from September through November. Throughout these months, the weather is cool, but still comfortable, and the foliage is absolutely stunning. In fact, if you’re seeking some leaf peeping, you’ll love our  Fall Foliage Tour of the Canadian Maritime s.

If you’re traveling to Canada in the summer, you’ll want to pack sunscreen and a lot of layers, because the weather can vary between around 50 and 95°F. If you’re traveling further north it will be cooler. Up north, you’ll also experience exceptionally long days, so bring a sleep mask, too. If you’re looking to travel to Canada in the spring, fall, or winter, you’ll want to pack a lot of warm layers. It can get chilly walking along the glacial lakes and mountain trails!

As you plan any Canada tour, remember that while Canada has many similarities to the United States, it’s still a different country. That means you’ll need to bring your passport and exchange currencies when booking Canada tour packages from the USA.

Always carry cash. It can be difficult to find credit card machines or ATMs in more rural areas, so you’ll want to make sure you’re covered. Tipping between 15 and 20 percent is expected in the hospitality tourism, and service industries—so you’ll want to be sure you can leave some cash for people who help you, too.

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Canadian Rockies: National Parks Westbound

"You see the most beautiful places and everything is so well organised. Enjoyed every second of it!!" Yvette, traveled in June 2023

Rockies Premium Tour from Vancouver (34 Seats) Tour

Rockies Premium Tour from Vancouver (34 Seats)

"The tour included wonderful views and fantastic stops. I would highly recommend this tour." Arline, traveled in September 2023
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7-Day Rockies 5 National Parks Special Tour Tour

7-Day Rockies 5 National Parks Special Tour

"The entire trip was great, except for the last day when the small van had issues with the air conditioning." Madhumathi, traveled in July 2023

Via Railway Experience|5-Day Vancouver to Rockies Railway Full Experience Tour Departure Tour

Via Railway Experience|5-Day Vancouver to Rockies Railway Full Experience Tour Departure

"The train was on time, the seats were comfortable, and the view during the journey was great." Edna, traveled in June 2024

Gems of the Yukon | Hiking Tour with Hotel Stays Tour

Gems of the Yukon | Hiking Tour with Hotel Stays

"The hikes were tough but absolutely worth it and the views from the top were unreal." Lindsay, traveled in July 2022
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Heart of the Canadian Rockies Tour

Heart of the Canadian Rockies

"She was full of information and very helpful." Nicole, traveled in September 2023

Enchanting Canadian Maritimes (10 Days) Tour

Enchanting Canadian Maritimes (10 Days)

"Excellent tour, beautiful places." Margaret, traveled in June 2022
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5-Day Rockies Unique Tour (Banff & Jasper & Yoho National Park) Tour

5-Day Rockies Unique Tour (Banff & Jasper & Yoho National Park)

"You see so many different places and view points. Every place was amazing and the staff was overall organized." Alyssa, traveled in August 2023

Get Social: Canadian Rockies Tour

Get Social: Canadian Rockies

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Wonders of the Canadian Rockies (10 Days) (7 destinations) Tour

Wonders of the Canadian Rockies (10 Days) (7 destinations)

"Amazing scenery and a wonderful CEO: I had the best time!" Emily, traveled in August 2022

Eastern Canada Adventure (Summer, 9 Days) Tour

Eastern Canada Adventure (Summer, 9 Days)

"The add on's that Contiki offered were amazing adventures. The price of the tour was also great and completely worth it." Arantxa, traveled in July 2022

Wonders of the Maritimes & Scenic Cape Breton (11 destinations) Tour

Wonders of the Maritimes & Scenic Cape Breton (11 destinations)

"All hotels, with the exception of the Silver Dart, were excellent. Despite the disappointment with the Silver Dart, the overall tour, meals, accommodations and fellow passengers made up for it!" Roger, traveled in July 2023

Best of Eastern Canada (End Toronto, 9 Days) Tour

Best of Eastern Canada (End Toronto, 9 Days)

"Well planned tour, comfortable coach, good hotels, expert coach driver. There were unexpected surprises for us too which were bonus." Anjum, traveled in August 2019

Canadian Rockies Tour

Canadian Rockies

"Tents were roomy and easy to put up. All the camping grounds were clean and welcoming." Narelle, traveled in August 2019

Caribou - Best of the Rockies Tour

Caribou - Best of the Rockies

"Great tour with amazing sights and wildlife; however, be aware of a lot of driving the first two days." Christine, traveled in July 2023

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The Canadian Rockies tour of 5 national parks was amazing! I cannot even describe how beautiful this country really is. My favorite places include: Bow Lake, Columbia Icefield, Jasper, Maligne Lake, Peyto Lake, Lake Louise with an excellent Lunch, Moraine Lake, Yoho, Johnston Canyon, Banff Town and Aspen Hotel (the best), and Waterton Prince Wales Hotel. Some suggestions would be to always provide heathy breakfast, air conditioning in hotel. Calgary Tours guides were not always respectful to all tourists and the tour group was very large at times 50 people! Jesse was our best guide since he was friendly to all, informative, and had a great personality. A great asset to this tour company.

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Canada is an incredible country full of remarkable features for the passionate traveller to take in, your Canada escorted tour with Travelsphere will give you an experience like no other. Viewed worldwide as a kind of modern utopia, Canada boasts an eclectic range of landscapes and scenery that’re sure to leave you spellbound; at the same time, its cities are well equipped for modern travellers looking for the comforts of home whilst overseas. From Niagara Falls to the Rocky Mountains and Lake Louise, there’s plenty on offer here for the avid adventurer. Whether you choose a grand tour of Canada or a more localised trip, there’s no doubt your Canada holiday with Travelsphere will be extra special. We try to include all the best places to visit in Canada on our tours, places like Banff National Park which will just take your breath away!

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With hospitality at its heart, Canada is always ready to welcome interested overseas explorers. Breath-taking surroundings are a staple of every one of our escorted tours, and you can see them all in a variety of ways – from boat rides to rail trips across Canada. You’ll always have ample opportunity to take the perfect pictures whilst on your tour; when it comes to Canada tour holidays, we want you to make as many unforgettable memories as your camera can hold. Check out Canada guided tours with Travelsphere and decide how you want to explore this magnificent country.

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Canada's Eastern Splendours

Canada’s rich history and immense beauty are yours to discover on this tour of iconic cities and natural wonders.

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Grand Tour of Canada & the Rocky Mountaineer

From east to west, this ultimate trip across Canada takes in all the must-see highlights and includes a breathtaking journey on the Rocky Mountaineer train.

  • 15 nights in great quality hotels plus 1 night in flight
  • 5 meals: 3 breakfasts, 2 lunches

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Grand Tour of Canada & the Rocky Mountaineer with Vancouver add-on

Journey from East to West taking in the best of Canada, plus a ride on the iconic Rocky Mountaineer train topped of with a relaxing stay in Vancouver.

  • 17 nights in great quality hotels plus 1 night in flight

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Canadian Rockies and an Alaskan Cruise

Combine the scenic splendour of Canada's Rocky Mountains with a cruise through beautiful Alaska..

  • 7 nights in great quality hotels
  • 7 nights on the cruise ship and 1 night in flight

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Canadian Rockies and an Alaskan Cruise with Vancouver Add-on

Combine the scenic splendour of Canada's Rocky Mountains with a cruise through beautiful Alaska. Complete your tour with extra time in Vancouver.

  • 9 nights in great quality hotels

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New England, Canada & New York in The Fall

Marvel at New England’s glorious fall foliage, explore iconic cities and see the spectacular Niagara Falls.

  • 12 nights in great quality hotels plus 1 night in flight

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Rockies, Rail and an Alaskan Cruise

Explore the wonders of the west on a holiday that includes both a luxurious journey on the Rocky Mountaineer train and an unforgettable Alaskan cruise.

  • 6 nights in great quality hotels, 7 night cruise, 1 night in flight
  • 25 meals: 9 breakfasts, 9 lunches, 7 dinners

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Rockies, Rail and an Alaskan Cruise with Vancouver add-on

The ultimate way to discover the west, this holiday includes both a ride on the Rocky Mountaineer and an Alaskan cruise.

  • 8 nights in great quality hotels, 7 night cruise, 1 night in flight

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Rockies Winter Wonderland

Winter is a great time to explore the Canadian Rockies, with snowy peaks, frozen waterfalls and sleigh rides just some of the magical highlights.

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Western Canada

A Travelsphere escorted tour to west coast Canada is unforgettable - experience the magnificence of the Rockies and the vibrant city of Vancouver. For a once-in a lifetime trip, you may even choose to take a journey on board the iconic Rocky Mountaineer.

Eastern Canada

Eastern Canada boasts an array of vibrant and interesting cities but venture out of the cities and you’ll see incredible scenery at every turn including the mighty Niagara falls! 

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A spectacular winter wonderland

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Best Places to Visit in Eastern Canada

We take a closer look at four of Eastern Canada's most iconic cities - Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa and Quebec.

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An Unforgettable Journey

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So much to enjoy

A richly varied country featuring everything from polar bears and cosmopolitan cities to snow-capped mountains and the most famous waterfall in the world – Canada genuinely has it all.

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From its fascinating history to intriguing facts about its vibrant cities, let's explore 30 surprising details about this northern wonderland.

Frequently asked Questions about Touring Canada

To really get to know this glorious country - there is no better experience than the Grand Tour of Canada - journeying from East to West and encompassing a ride on the iconic Rocky Mountaineer train. Alternatively, you can choose to take time in the East - enjoying the cosmopolitan city of Toronto in our Toronto and Niagara Winter Escape or explore all the way up to Quebec City on our Eastern Splendours tour.

With its unspoilt natural wonders including crystal clear lakes like Lake Louise, deep and vast forests and mountainous backdrops - most visitors to Canada would agree that the highlight of Canada is the landscape itself. And let's not forget the bucket list experience of a visit to the spectacular Niagara Falls!! 

However the cities of Canada deserve a mention here too - world famous for offering their residents high quality of life, clean living and vibrant, thriving environments. Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto and Quebec are places to behold.

The below guidelines apply mainly to the settled areas of southern Canada. Travellers heading to northern areas, such as the Yukon, the Northwest Territories, Nunavut and Labrador, should bring warm clothing for all but the summer months (and even in summer, at least a lightweight jacket is advisable)

For all months of the year, we recommend layers of clothing. This will allow for any change in weather conditions. Although most of Canada can enjoy warm summer temperatures, one waterproof top is always useful for occasional rain.

March: Moderate temperatures. Winter clothing with some medium weight clothing. April: Milder days but the evenings are cool. Medium weight clothing including a topcoat and umbrella is recommended. May: Warm days but cool at night. Medium weight and summer clothing recommended.

June: Warm, summer clothing with some medium weight clothing for cool evenings. The weather in June is ideal for travel and all outdoor activities. July/August: These are the warmest months of the year. Lightweight summer clothing is recommended.

September: Warm days and cool evenings. Light- to medium weight clothing recommended. October: Cool, with the first frost in the air. November: Cool to frosty. Medium- to heavyweight clothing is recommended. First signs of snow. December/January/February: Winter temperatures. Winter clothing is necessary (eg overcoat, hat, boots and gloves). Heavy snowfall in most provinces.

In the winter months it is useful to take sunglasses with you as the reflection of the snow can be a strain on the eyes. Rubber soled shoes are also recommended.

Canadian cuisine is as varied as the country. The colonial influence is still strong, with European menus available in all major cities. The French influence in Québec is easily discernible in the many restaurants that specialise in French cuisine. Areas where particular groups of immigrants have settled have their own distinct specialties; look for German-style cuisine in south-western Ontario, Ukrainian dishes on the Prairies and Asian foods in Vancouver, for instance. Waiter service in restaurants is common. Dress requirements and billing procedures vary. Imported European and 'New World' wines and spirits are widely available.

Specialities:

  • The hundreds of miles of coastline offer varied  seafood .
  • The central plains provide  first-class beef  and agricultural produce.
  • Some more  unusual games meats include elk, bison and caribou

As Canada is such a vast country (3,000 miles from coast to coast), it has been divided into time zones.

  • Toronto is 5 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)
  • Montreal is 5 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)
  • Calgary is 7 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)
  • Banff is 7 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)
  • Vancouver is 8 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)

From April to late October, Canada adopts ‘daylight saving time’, which is equivalent to our British Summer Time, so the time ratios remain the same between the two countries.

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Postcard-perfect settings in Canada and the Pacific Northwest set the stage for adventures in the wilderness playgrounds of Whistler, Lake Louise and Banff. Rafting, glacial hikes, and spotting wild animals are just a few of the adventures you'll be partaking in each day. The best resorts in the Rockies will be waiting at days end, ensuring relaxation and rejuvenation with a view so you are able to get up and do it all again the next day.

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Home to some of the most breathtaking wilderness in the Canadian Rockies – waterfalls, canyons, crystal lakes and stunning mountain peaks – Canada's Jasper National Park in Alberta has been designated by UNESCO as one of the most significant natural locations on the planet… and with Tauck, you'll stay two nights in the heart of it at a wilderness lodge.

Lake Louise, Alberta

Lake louise... an emerald gem in banff national park.

A strikingly photogenic, emerald-colored lake in Alberta's Banff National Park, shimmering Lake Louise is surrounded by dense forests, soaring mountain peaks, and majestic Victoria Glacier. Built in the 1890s to attract wealthy travelers to the Canadian Rockies, the iconic Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise along her shores is recognized globally for an enduring tradition of hospitality excellence along with progressive environmental stewardship and responsible tourism. Endless outdoor recreational activities including hiking, canoeing, horseback riding, fishing, mountain biking and river rafting.

Banff National Park, Alberta

The treasures of canada's first national park.

Canada's oldest national park, established in the 1880s, Banff National Park embraces the emerald waters of Lake Louise, the jagged snow-capped peaks along the Icefields Parkway and postcard-perfect mountain settings, which you'll explore from your historic "Castle in the Rockies," Fairmont Banff Springs. One of Canada's first great railway hotels, this grand resort, styled after a Scottish baronial castle, first opened in 1888 as one of the world's most luxurious mountain getaways – and remains an enduring symbol of Canadian hospitality.

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En direct, législatives 2024 : les dirigeants du Nouveau Front populaire veulent présenter « une candidature » au poste de premier ministre « dans la semaine »

Olivier Faure, premier secrétaire du PS, et les écologistes Marine Tondelier et Yannick Jadot étaient dans les matinales, lundi, pour répéter ce message et réitérer que Jean-Luc Mélenchon ne faisait pas partie des candidats potentiels.

  • Pour François Bayrou, « les Français ont imposé qu’on sorte du gouvernement des uns contre les autres »

« Le paysage n’est pas encore clarifié ce matin » , pour François Bayrou. « Je ne crois pas que [la France] soit ingouvernable, je pense que des chemins existent » , a affirmé le maire de Pau et président du MoDem, François Bayrou, sur France Inter. « Le chemin, je le crois, peut se trouver » , ajoute-t-il, prédisant néanmoins que ce sera « extrêmement difficile » . « Le NFP, l’union de la gauche, a des attitudes et des choix politiques qui sont incompatibles entre eux. M.Glucksmann dit à peu près le contraire de ce que Jean-Luc Mélenchon dit » , a avancé M. Bayrou.

« Pour l’instant, des signes de rencontre n’ont pas été avancés. Ça va venir » , a-t-il assuré disant espérer « qu’on aura progressé » d’ici à la nouvelle législature qui débutera le 18 juillet. « Il ne s’agit plus d’imposer la vision d’un bloc à un autre bloc : ce n’est plus comme ça que ça se passe. Les Français ont imposé qu’on sorte du gouvernement des uns contre les autres pour entrer dans le gouvernement des uns avec les autres, autant que possible. »

« La première étape, c’est accepter l’idée qu’on puisse être partenaires » , a encore ajouté le président du MoDem, plaidant pour une alliance de la gauche et de la droite, hors extrêmes, pour avoir là « un ensemble démocrate et républicain, qui selon [lui] devrait se parler, se reconnaître, s’accepter, et un jour prochain gouverner ensemble » .

  • « Pas de négociation » sur le programme du NFP, assure Manuel Bompard

Manuel Bompard était invité sur France 2 ce matin. Le coordinateur de La France insoumise (LFI) avait déclaré la veille : « Nous pouvons gouverner et faire appliquer le programme du NFP [Nouveau Front populaire]  » en rappelant que le NFP était devenu « la première force politique du pays » et qu’il était donc « en capacité de gouverner » .

Dans la matinée, le député de la 4 e circonscription des Bouches-du-Rhône a réitéré ses propos. « Tout le monde n’a pas gagné hier soir, c’est le Nouveau Front populaire qui arrive en tête et il y a des perdants : le camp macroniste, qui a perdu beaucoup de sièges, et le RN [Rassemblement national] , qui a progressé, mais bien loin de ce qui était prévu », puisqu’il n’a « pas obtenu de majorité relative ni de majorité absolue » , a-t-il expliqué.

Il est nécessaire que le président de la République, Emmanuel Macron, appelle pour gouverner « un ou une première ministre issue du NFP », a-t-il ajouté, tout en rappelant que l’usage républicain veut qu’il s’agisse d’un premier ministre qui vient de la première force politique de la coalition, faisant ici référence au bon score de LFI.

Il a répété, comme Jean-Luc Mélenchon dans son discours la veille, qu’il n’y aurait « pas de négociation sur [le] programme  [du NFP]  » et qu’ils entendent bien « appliquer le programme du NFP, tout le programme », tout en reconnaissant être dans une situation de majorité relative, ce qui complexifie la tâche. Il appelle ainsi les autres groupes « à prendre leurs responsabilités » .

Jean Luc Mélenchon et Manuel Bompard, place de la Bataille-de-Stalingrad, à Paris, le 7 juillet 2024.

  • « On prend acte et on va s’opposer, sans compromission », selon le porte-parole du RN

« Aujourd’hui, il y a une grande frustration » , a reconnu Louis Aliot, vice-président du Rassemblement national (RN), sur RTL, tout en estimant que la formation d’extrême droite « reste le premier parti et, à l’Assemblée nationale, le premier groupe politique » . « Nous sommes sur une dynamique par rapport à 2022, mais c’est vrai que nous avons été bloqués par cette espèce d’arc contre nature soi-disant républicain » , a-t-il déclaré.

« On ne fera pas l’économie d’un examen de conscience. Il y a des candidats qui ont été candidats qui n’auraient pas dû l’être , a ajouté M. Aliot. Si on veut le pouvoir, il faut qu’on prenne les dispositions pour gagner et pour mettre en face dans chaque circonscription des candidats d’abord implantés et des candidats qui comptent, qui savent de quoi ils parlent. »

Pour le porte-parole du RN, Sébastien Chenu, invité ce matin sur France Inter, « dans certaines circonscriptions, le choix des candidats n’était pas le bon. Il s’agissait de circonscriptions qui n’étaient pas à notre portée. Les députés [RN] qui arrivent aujourd’hui à l’Assemblée nationale ne semblent poser aucun problème ».

« Les candidats [RN] qui n’étaient évidemment pas à leur place seront tout de suite débranchés, et le sont tout de suite lorsqu’il y a un problème. Mais c’est vrai qu’on peut encore faire mieux », a ajouté M. Chenu.

« On prend acte et on va s’opposer, sans compromission , a encore affirmé le porte-parole du RN. Nous, on n’est pas là pour faire des tambouilles d’arrière-cuisine, aller négocier dans le dos des Français des espèces d’alliances comme peut-être le [Parti socialiste] rêve d’en faire une avec Renaissance en lâchant [Jean-Luc] Mélenchon. On leur laisse tout ça. »

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Marine tondelier n’exclut pas une personnalité de la société civile comme premier ministre.

Marine Tondelier, secrétaire nationale d’Europe Ecologie-Les Verts était l’invitée de France Inter juste après François Bayrou, président du Modem. Lui a tenu à rappeler que le Front républicain qui a permis d’éviter l’arrivée du RN au pouvoir doit entraîner « respect » et « compréhension mutuelle ». Elle invite d’abord François Bayrou à « reconnaître » les résultats tout en rappelant que le NFP doit aussi « faire preuve de beaucoup de modestie car nous savons à qui nous devons cette courte avance » .

Alors que plusieurs responsables du NFP ont d’ores et déjà annoncé qu’une candidature serait proposée aux Français dans la semaine, l’écologiste ne dit pas autre chose. « Les Français ont été au rendez-vous donc on ne va passer des mois et des mois à rester dans l’instabilité » . Elle, reconnaît que la désignation par le NFP d’une personnalité pour Matignon « ne va pas être simple » . « La meilleure méthode, c’est le consensus, en trouvant des solutions intelligentes collectivement (…) Ça peut être quelqu’un de LFI, du Parti socialiste, du Parti communiste, des Verts. Ça peut même être quelqu’un qui soit au-delà de tout ça » , ajoute Marine Tondelier, n’excluant pas une personnalité de la société civile.

Les discussions au sein du NFP, entamées dimanche soir, se poursuivront ce lundi, dit-elle. « On s’est vu déjà deux fois hier soir et on se revoit aujourd’hui pour se remettre au travail » .

PODCAST | L’explication de cette sous-performance du RN par rapport à la dynamique qui pouvait leur laisser espérer Matignon réside dans le front républicain

Quel premier ministre Emmanuel Macron va-t-il nommer à Matignon ? Une coalition au centre fait-elle partie des hypothèses plausibles ? Comment s’annonce la prochaine année avec une Assemblée à la fois sans majorité et indissoluble puisque le président ne peut pas convoquer de nouvelles législatives avant un an ?

Emmanuel Macron prendra des « décisions nécessaires » après la « structuration » de la nouvelle Assemblée

L’Elysée a fait savoir lundi que le chef de l’Etat, qui part mardi pour Washington où se tient le sommet de l’OTAN, attendrait la  « structuration »  de la nouvelle Assemblée  « pour prendre les décisions nécessaires » .

Le Nouveau Front populaire doit présenter, « dans la semaine », « une candidature » au poste de premier ministre, dit Olivier Faure

Olivier Faure, premier secrétaire du Parti socialiste (PS), était l’invité de Franceinfo dans la matinée. Il a d’abord dressé un constat : les résultats ont montré « un désaveu clair du camp présidentiel » et que la « seule alternative » crédible était le Nouveau Front populaire (NFP).

Le premier secrétaire du PS a demandé au chef de l’Etat qu’il « reconnaisse » sa défaite. « C’est parce que nous avons appelé au front républicain au second tour et au sacrifice de nos candidats » que le RN n’a pas eu de majorité, déclare-t-il, alors qu’il rappelle que les députés macronistes ne l’ont pas fait partout, et Les Républicains encore moins. Il fixe comme cap le milieu ou la fin de la semaine pour « proposer une candidature » .

Il appelle tout de même à prendre en compte « la réalité » de la situation, à savoir que le NFP n’a pas de majorité et donc qu’il sera nécessaire de trouver des solutions texte par texte. « Je porte avec toute l’énergie de l’espoir ce que nous avons proposé aux Français, mais le réalisme s’impose, nous serons obligés de discuter » , ajoute-t-il, espérant que le Parlement « redevienne le cœur battant de la démocratie   » .

Le premier secrétaire du Parti socialiste Olivier Faure lors de la soirée électorale du second tour des élections législatives, à Paris, le 7 juillet 2024.

Clémentine Autain évoque la création d’un nouveau groupe parlementaire

Sur BFM-TV, Clémentine Autain, qui fait partie des « frondeurs » de La France insoumise (LFI) et qui a été réélue dès le premier tour dans la 11 e circonscription de la Seine-Saint-Denis, a expliqué qu’il « faudrait très vite une réunion des députés du NFP [Nouveau Front populaire] (…) pour [être prêts] au plus vite à faire une proposition de premier ministre à Emmanuel Macron » .

Selon elle, il n’est pas sûr que LFI soit le groupe majoritaire au sein du NFP. « Imaginez que nous créions un nouveau groupe politique, pas caporalisé. (…) Moi, je souhaite appartenir à un nouveau groupe politique. » Elle ne siégera pas dans le groupe LFI : « Il y a eu une purge dans ma formation politique : cinq camarades n’ont pas été investis par LFI au dernier moment. (…) On n’a pas décidé de rester seuls dans un coin. » « Oui pour une gauche » de rupture, « mais non pour des méthodes qui tournent le dos » aux principes « démocratiques » , a-t-elle expliqué.

Elle a rappelé que le premier ministre ne pouvait être Jean-Luc Mélenchon ni François Hollande. Elle n’exclut pas sa candidature, ni celle de Marine Tondelier ou encore celle de François Ruffin, et a appelé au consensus. « Si nous voulons gouverner, il faut absolument que le Nouveau Front populaire ait un visage uni . (…) Pourquoi nous pouvons apaiser ? Parce que nous voulons plus de justice sociale , a-t-elle plaidé. C’est ça que veulent les Français, ce qui peut rassembler et pas fracturer. »

Le Rassemblement national ne veut pas encore se poser de questions sur ce qui lui a coûté la victoire annoncée

Au rassemblement national, l’amertume et le déni après le second tour des législatives 2024.

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Marine Tondelier estime qu’Emmanuel Macron devrait demander dès aujourd’hui à la gauche « un nom de premier ministre »

Après le succès de la gauche – arrivée en tête des élections législatives, dimanche, mais sans obtenir de majorité absolue –, Emmanuel Macron « devrait appeler aujourd’hui officiellement le Nouveau Front populaire à lui transmettre un nom de premier ministre » , a estimé lundi sur RTL la patronne des Ecologistes, Marine Tondelier. « Le fera-t-il ? Ne le fera-t-il pas ? Comme ce président est toujours plein de surprises, nous verrons, mais c’est ça la logique institutionnelle » , a-t-elle déclaré.

Comme avant le scrutin, elle a souligné « qu’un bon premier ministre doit apaiser le pays [et] fédérer dans son propre camp » et que, par conséquent, ce n’était « pas parti pour être Jean-Luc Mélenchon » .

Pour autant, La France insoumise reste, selon elle, incontournable pour constituer une majorité à l’Assemblée nationale. « Ceux qui nous expliquent qu’ils vont faire une majorité sans LFI n’ont pas eu les mêmes profs de maths que moi (…). Je ne vois pas comment c’est possible » , a-t-elle ajouté.

Après une première réunion dimanche soir avec ses homologues Olivier Faure (Parti socialiste), Manuel Bompard (LFI) et Fabien Roussel (Parti communiste français) pour « analyser » les résultats, « le travail va continuer aujourd’hui, toute la journée, sans doute demain et les jours qui suivront » , a par ailleurs ajouté M me Tondelier, sans préciser où et à quelle heure les discussions reprendront.

La secrétaire nationale des Ecologistes-EELV Marine Tondelier lors de la soirée électorale du parti à Paris, le 7 juillet 2024.

Le chef de l’Etat va devoir, pour la première fois, composer avec ses adversaires

Après sept ans de présidence « verticale » , le chef de l’Etat, qui disait aller dans cette élection « pour gagner » , n’a plus les cartes en main et va devoir, pour la première fois depuis son accession à la tête de la République française, composer avec ses adversaires. Le premier ministre, Gabriel Attal, observe ainsi que « le centre de gravité du pouvoir sera désormais plus que jamais entre les mains du Parlement et, donc (…), de nos concitoyens » . La nouvelle Assemblée nationale « sera une Assemblée souveraine, dont la légitimité est forte en raison de la participation élevée , et sur laquelle le président n’aura aucune prise , analyse l’historien Patrick Weil. Car les députés ont été élus soit contre le président de la République, soit malgré lui ».

Si la déroute qui s’annonçait après la dissolution de l’Assemblée nationale est évitée, la coalition présidentielle perd environ 80 sièges. Une hémorragie qui aurait été bien plus importante sans le front républicain, souligne le président de l’UDI, Hervé Marseille, saluant le travail de Gabriel Attal, qui a « porté le combat ». « Le RN n’a pas eu la majorité grâce au front républicain » , approuve l’ancien ministre Clément Beaune.

Emmanuel Macron perd la main mais croit que son camp formera un « bloc incontournable » dans la nouvelle Assemblée

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Yannick Jadot : « Nous proposerons cette semaine un gouvernement »

Le sénateur écologiste était invité sur Franceinfo ce matin. « Le plus dur commence ce matin pour nous » , a-t-il affirmé, au lendemain de la soirée électorale. Dimanche soir, toutes les formations de la coalition de gauche l’ont répété : ce sera sur le programme du Nouveau Front populaire (NFP), fort de ses quelque 190 élus, que doit se fonder le projet du nouveau gouvernement.

« Incontestablement, le président de la République doit aller vers le Nouveau Front populaire pour lui proposer Matignon » , a insisté M. Jadot, qui a rappelé : « Jean-Luc Mélenchon n’est pas le leader du [Nouveau] Front populaire, il veut peser sur la situation politique, c’est normal, mais l’équilibre du NFP fait que nous avons besoin d’un profil consensuel. »

« Il va falloir laisser quelques jours à l’Assemblée nationale pour s’organiser » , a voulu tempérer M. Jadot, avant de déclarer que le NFP proposerait « un gouvernement cette semaine » .

Dans les matinales ce matin 

  • 7h20  : Yannick Jadot, sénateur d’Europe Ecologie-Les Verts, sur France Info
  • 7h40  : Laure Lavalette , député RN du Var, sur France 2
  • 7h50 : Sébastien Chenu, député RN du Nord, sur France Inter
  • 8h15  : Manuel Bompard, député LFI Bouches-du-Rhône, sur France 2
  • 8h20 : François Bayrou, président du Modem, sur France Inter
  • 8h30   : Julien Odoul , député de l’Yonne et porte-parole du Rassemblement national, sur RFI
  • 8h30  : Pierre Jouvet, député européen, secrétaire général du Parti Socialiste, sur Public Sénat
  • 8h30  : Olivier Faure, premier secrétaire du PS, sur France Info
  • 8h30  : Clémentine Autain , députée Nouveau front populaire de Seine-Saint-Denis, sur BFM-TV/RMC
  • 8h40  : Marine Tondelier , secrétaire nationale d’Europe Ecologie-Les Verts, sur France Inter

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  • Le front républicain a tenu. Déjouant les sondages, l’alliance de gauche du Nouveau Front populaire (NFP) est arrivée en tête du second tour des législatives, dimanche, devant la coalition présidentielle et le Rassemblement national, au terme d’un scrutin qui a fortement mobilisé les électeurs avec une participation de 66,6 % , la plus forte depuis 1997.
  • Mais aucune majorité ne se dégage pour former un gouvernement. Jean-Luc Mélenchon a appelé Emmanuel Macron à confier à un représentant du NFP le poste de premier ministre.
  • Avec 182 députés, la gauche devient la première force politique à l’Assemblée nationale, en progression par rapport aux 151 élus de 2022, sous la bannière de la Nouvelle Union populaire écologique et sociale (Nupes).
  • Autre surprise majeure, la relative résistance du camp macroniste, qui comptera 168 députés, certes loin des 250 élus de la précédente législature, mais bien au-dessus de ce qui était annoncé par de nombreux sondages.
  • Si le RN est loin de décrocher la majorité, il réalise une progression historique, avec 143 députés (dont les LR-RN), contre 89, en juin 2022. Mais voit s’échapper l’ambition de placer Jordan Bardella à la tête de Matignon.
  • Le premier ministre, Gabriel Attal, a annoncé qu’il présenterait, lundi, sa démission à Emmanuel Macron. Il « assumera [ses] fonctions aussi longtemps que le devoir l’exigera » , a-t-il ajouté.
  • Clémentine Autain, comme avant elle François Ruffin, a acté sa séparation d’avec La France insoumise. Elle a annoncé qu’elle ne siégerait pas au sein du groupe « insoumis » à l’Assemblée.
Bonjour, je ne comprends pas les chiffres annoncés : le site du ministère de l'intérieur affiche 88 sièges RN, 146 pour NFP et 148 Ensemble. Pourriez vous m'expliquer ? Merci

Bonjour Em,

Le ministère de l’intérieur ne comptabilise que les élus au second tour, il faut donc y ajouter les élus au premier tour.

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  • La Seine-Saint-Denis reste à gauche

Le Nouveau Front populaire (NFP) confirme le grand chelem réalisé en 2022 par la Nupes, avec 12 circonscriptions sur 12 remportées par la gauche. La moitié des députés du département avaient été réélus dès le premier tour, principalement des figures « insoumises » (Clémentine Autain, Eric Coquerel, Aurélie Trouvé…).

Affrontant une candidate investie par son propre parti contre lui, le député sortant LFI Alexis Corbière a été largement réélu avec 57 % des voix dans la 7 e circonscription (Montreuil, Bagnolet). Tous les députés sortants du département ont été réélus, à l’exception de Raquel Garrido dans la 5 e  circonscription (Bobigny, Drancy).

  • Les Yvelines et les Hauts-de-Seine restent des bastions du camp présidentiel

Dans les Hauts-de-Seine, département historiquement à droite et passé sous pavillon macroniste dès 2017, de nombreux ministres ont conservé, ou gagné, un poste de député. Le ministre des affaires étrangères Stéphane Séjourné a été élu à Boulogne-Billancourt pour la première fois, et le premier ministre Gabriel Attal, comme la porte-parole du gouvernement Prisca Thevenot, ont été réélus. Dans les Yvelines, huit députés sur 12 restent macronistes, dont Aurore Bergé et Karl Olive.

  • La Seine-et-Marne contient la progression du RN

A l’issue du second tour, le NFP détient six circonscriptions, deux allant à Ensemble, deux au RN et une à LR. Largement rurale, la Seine-et-Marne était un département-clé en Ile-de-France pour le parti d’extrême droite. Mais alors que huit triangulaires s’annonçaient à l’issue du premier tour, les désistements ont tenu le RN en échec.

Outre la réélection dans la 6 e  circonscription de sa seule députée sortante dans le département, le parti lepéniste ne conquiert que la très rurale 4 e  circonscription (Provins, Nangis) avec Julien Limongi.

  • Le Val-d’Oise voit les macronistes reculer

Le camp présidentiel enregistre un net reflux dans le Val-d’Oise par rapport aux législatives de 2022, avec une seule circonscription sauvée sur les six détenues.

Dans la 4 e  circonscription, la candidate Ensemble Naïma Moutchou (Horizons) sauve les meubles avec 55,4 % des voix, bénéficiant du désistement du candidat LR-RN arrivé troisième.

Dans le Vexin (1 re  circonscription), le maintien de la députée sortante arrivée troisième, la macroniste Emilie Chandler, aboutit à la victoire sur le fil de la RN Anne Sicard avec seulement 500 voix d’avance sur le candidat NFP.

Le reflux des macronistes se fait au bénéfice du NFP qui prend le contrôle de quatre nouvelles circonscriptions, portant son total à huit dans le département.

  • Dans l’Essonne, le règne de Dupont-Aignan s’achève

Après vingt-sept ans à représenter la 8 e  circonscription, le souverainiste Nicolas Dupont-Aignan (Debout la France) perd son siège dans une triangulaire, devancé par le syndicaliste cheminot Bérenger Cernon (NFP). Le RN, qui espérait progresser dans ce département, ne fait que conserver la circonscription qu’il détenait depuis 2022.

Les deux France du 7 juillet : le « soulagement » du peuple de gauche, la désillusion des électeurs RN

De la place de la République, à Paris, à la Canebière, à Marseille, des électeurs de gauche se sont rassemblés pour fêter le score inattendu du Nouveau Front populaire.

Militants et sympathisants RN affichent leur déception et dénoncent une élection confisquée. Découvrez notre récit d’une nuit historique.

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Bonjour, Pourrait-on connaître la répartition des sièges au sein de la coalition RN-LR? Merci
143 RN-Ciotti, mais 88 RN, c'est bien ça ?

Bonjour à vous deux,

Selon notre décompte, issu des résultats définitifs du ministère de l’intérieur, le groupe du Rassemblement national compte 143 députés, dont 17 issus du ralliement du président des Républicains, Eric Ciotti, au parti d’extrême droite.

L’ancien sondeur Jérôme Sainte-Marie, candidat RN dans les Hautes-Alpes, battu au second tour

Dans la première circonscription des Hautes-Alpes, celle de Gap, l’ancien sondeur Jérôme Sainte-Marie a été battu. Avec 48,4 %, il est dévancé par Marie-José Allemand, responsable du Parti socialiste local, élue avec 51,6 %.

Le responsable de la formation des cadres au RN était arrivé en tête au premier tour, avec 38,2 % des voix. Pascale Boyer, la candidate du camp présidentiel, arrivée en troisième position, s’était désistée.

Le contexte

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Consultez notre article recensant les 409 duels et les 89 triangulaires pour le second tour

Pour approfondir

  • En infographie. La carte des résultats des législatives 2024 au second tour, l’Hémicycle et le tableau des candidats élus
  • Récit. Les deux France du 7 juillet : le « soulagement » du peuple de gauche, la désillusion des électeurs RN
  • Décryptage. Le Nouveau Front populaire en première ligne d’une situation politique inédite après sa victoire surprise aux législatives 2024
  • Récit. Au Rassemblement national, l’amertume et le déni après des résultats décevants au second tour des législatives 2024
  • Editorial du « Monde ». Tenir le fil de notre histoire
  • Analyse. La dissolution, un dangereux « boomerang » pour celui qui en use
  • Nos directs. Revivez la journée et la soirée électorale du premier tour , ainsi que l’entre-deux-tours dans nos lives

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Canada Tours & Holidays

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Extraordinary is an understatement when describing Canada. Unforgettable? You’re getting closer.

The changing colours of forested valleys and national parks, the freeze and flow of glacial lakes, the light and shade of the Rockies’ snow-capped mountains – Canada is North America’s natural masterpiece. Summer is for surfing and whale-watching off Vancouver Island and seeing Lake Louise in all its blue-hued glory. Winter is for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing in Alberta and soaking in natural hot springs in British Colombia. Whatever the season, you’ll be able to find friendly locals, First Nations cultures, pristine landscapes and a delicious plate of poutine.

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Culture and customs.

Canada’s aboriginal communities reside across the country, with the people of the First Nations and the Inuit in the north calling parts of Canada home. Like many indigenous peoples around the world, First Nations communities in Canada have an ongoing struggle to retain and protect their customs and way of life. Modern influences have had adverse impacts on their culture and lifestyle, yet many still actively live and promote a traditional way of life through tribal music, handicrafts, art and clothing.

Anyone who has been to Canada will know that some aspects of the Canadian stereotype are actually very accurate. Well known for being welcoming, friendly, funny and adventure-loving, Canadians generally do a good job of living up to their reputation. Large cities like Vancouver are proudly multicultural, and attitudes towards different ways of life are generally quite liberal. This is reflected in the variety of cuisines, shops and people that occupy the city. Urban and rural residents alike typically remain active and love the outdoors. Hiking, cycling, canoeing and snowboarding are all popular pastimes across the country.

Canada’s eastern reaches have a decidedly different quality to the west coast and retain much of their colonial heritage. The French-Canadian language, often called Quebecois, is widely spoken and French-influenced food and music are very popular. Canada’s aboriginal communities reside across the country, with the people of the First Nations and the Inuit in the north calling parts of Canada home. Like many indigenous peoples around the world, First Nations communities in Canada have an ongoing struggle to retain and protect their customs and way of life. Modern influences have had adverse impacts on their culture and lifestyle, yet many still actively live and promote a traditional way of life through tribal music, handicrafts, art and clothing.

Anyone who has been to Canada will know that some aspects of the Canadian stereotype are actually very accurate. Well known for being welcoming, friendly, funny and adventure-loving, Canadians generally do a good job of living up to their reputation. Large cities like Vancouver are proudly multicultural and attitudes towards different ways of life are generally quite liberal. This is reflected in the variety of cuisines, shops and people that occupy the city. Urban and rural residents alike typically remain active and love the outdoors. Hiking, cycling, canoeing and snowboarding are all popular pastimes across the country.

Canada’s eastern reaches have a decidedly different quality to the west coast and retain much of their colonial heritage. The French-Canadian language, often called Quebecois, is widely spoken and French-influenced food and music are very popular.

History and government

The first nations.

It’s widely accepted that humans first settled in the area that is now Canada around 15,000 years ago, after travelling from what is now known as Russian Siberia. Russia and Northern America are thought to have once been connected by a land bridge until rising sea levels created the Bering Strait. Canada’s first inhabitants were likely hunter-gatherers, and it’s also widely agreed that in around 2500 BC, a second major wave of migration from Siberia brought the ancestors of the Inuit to Canada. In around 1000 BC, Thule communities from Alaska began travelling east into the Canadian Arctic.

By the late 15th century (around the time of European colonisation), indigenous communities had spread beyond the Arctic regions to four main areas – the Pacific, the plains (now south-central Canada), the southern Ontario/St Lawrence River area, and the northeast woodlands.

Colonisation

Both France and Britain competed fiercely for Canadian territory as colonists searched for mineral riches before establishing a lucrative fur trade. Many First Nations communities were displaced during this period and suffered from food and land shortages. The Treaty of Paris was signed in 1763 after hundreds of years of fighting, officially making Canada a British territory.

Bringing the territories together

Britain appointed governors across Canada to head up each colony, much to the French-speaking territories’ distress. The British North America Act was passed in 1867 and Canada became a self-governing state with a new set of rules. It was an improvement, but still not accepted by all. The priority was to gather all colonies under this one confederation. The iconic ‘Mounties’ were established to bring law and order to the ‘wild west’, which itself created conflict, especially with threatened First Nations peoples. In 1931 Canada was granted relative independence from the British Empire, giving it full legal autonomy and equal standing with England and other Commonwealth countries.

Independence and First Nations' progress

Canada's indigenous communities struggled through the 20th century and were only granted the right to vote in 1960. As discrimination and land rights tensions grew, a Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples called for a complete overhaul of government relations with the Indigenous population. An official Statement of Reconciliation from the Ministry of Indian and Northern Affairs was issued in 1998, which accepted responsibility for past injustices towards indigenous peoples. To this day, progress is still being made towards proper recognition and reconciliation of indigenous peoples in Canada.

Canada is still a member of the Commonwealth but the British monarch retains a purely ceremonial role. The country continues to flourish, with immigration from Europe and Asia leading to increased multiculturalism – more than 20% of Canada’s population was born overseas – while a resource boom has strengthened the economy. Canada is becoming increasingly known as a liberal, tolerant nation thanks to legalised marijuana use, same-sex marriage, universal health care and some of the most liveable cities in the world.

Top places to visit in Canada

1. canadian rockies.

It’s picture-perfect moments that encapsulate Banff National Park and beyond. Canoe on Lake Louise, take a dog-sledding adventure through Kananaskis Country, learn ice hockey from the pros in Canmore and take a hike or ice walk through Alberta.

There are so many ways to experience the best of the Canadian Rockies. There's our 7 day Classic Canadian Rockies tour , our 8 day Hiking in the Canadian Rockies trek and our specialty November to March 11 day Canadian Rockies & Northern Lights adventure .

2. Jasper National Park

This section of Canada’s wilderness definitely deserves its worldwide acclaim. Discover the seasonal moods of Maligne Lake, hike to the toe of Athabasca glacier, spot a moose or black bear and get a bird’s-eye view from the scenic Skytram.

Enjoy Jasper National Park up close during our 15 day Canadian Rockies and 10 day Grand Canadian Rockies tours .

3. Sun Peaks

For a next-level Canadian experience, travellers in the know head to Sun Peaks. See this neck of the woods as the 18th-century fur traders did with a canoe trip on Lake McGillivray followed by a hearty four-course meal, all in the style of the 'Voyageurs'.

Explore this history-laden area on our 10 day Grand Canadian Rockies tour .

4. Vancouver

With mountain views from downtown and the perfect summers for strolling along the foreshore, Vancouver has the liveable west-coast vibes most cities dream of. Get among the hip bars in Gastown and hike through the parklands, which are rich in First Nations history.

Vancouver is an incredible city and a perfect spot to start a 12 day Real Canada or 15 day Canadian Rockies adventure .

5. Peace River

You can’t just look around to see Canada’s best – you’ve got to look up. After some ice fishing, take your winter adventure up a notch and discover the dazzling natural phenomenon of the Northern Lights in Peace River on our 11 day Canadian Rockies and Northern Lights tour . Build a campfire, eat s’mores and keep your fingers crossed that the lights appear in a clear sky.

6. Nova Scotia

Canada's maritime region should really be as famed as its interior parks and cities. One look at the charming seaside villages, UNESCO World Heritage sites and jaw-dropping landscapes will have you planning your next trip back.

We've picked some of the most memorable locations to visit on our 6 day The Maritimes: Nova Scotia adventure .

7. Newfoundland

A geographic wonderland, the Newfoundland region boasts scenery fit for being the most northeasterly point with maritime mammals, sheer cliffs and the odd iceberg floating by.

Choose between a 7 day Newfoundland Westbound or 7 day Newfoundland Eastbound adventure , but no matter which direction your route takes, the sights will leave you breathless either way.

Eating and drinking

Oh Canada, what a wondrous country of seasonal beauty and welcoming people. But what’s the food like? Well, you’re in luck – Canada has all the hearty, comforting and sweet food you’ll need at any time of the year.

Things to eat in Canada

It’s a national treasure – French fries topped with a gloriously messy mix of gravy and cheese curds. There’s a range of combinations with different meats, chips and sauces, all classed as ‘poutine’ (or more generally, ‘loaded fries’). All in all, it’s the perfect hangover cure.

Vancouver is known for having one of the best restaurant scenes in the world and seafood is almost always on the menu. Feast on a fresh seafood banquet, try some inventive fusion cuisine or grab a chowder for a quick bite.

3. Maple syrup

It comes as no surprise that maple syrup is super popular in Canada. Be sure to dose up your pancakes and include a side of bacon, just like the locals.

4. Beaver tails

No, they don't come from an actual beaver. Beaver tails are a stretched, fried dough – almost like a doughnut pizza – known as a bannock, topped with all kinds of sweet things, including cinnamon sugar, Nutella, banana, s’mores and more.

5. Nanaimo bars

Named after its birthplace – the city of Nanaimo on Vancouver Island – this bar consists of three layers: a wafer, nut and coconut crumb base, flavoured custard in the middle, and a chocolate ganache to top it off.

6. Butter tarts

You may have realised by now that Canada is full of sweet treats, but how about trying an indulgent butter tart? It’s a sweet pastry shell baked with a filling of butter, sugar, syrup and egg – everything in moderation, right?

7. Boutique beer

The last few years have seen microbreweries pop up all over Canada. Whether you visit a microbrewery that brews chocolate-flavoured beer or dine at a restaurant with a local beer menu, a Canadian boutique beer is definitely worth trying.

8. Caesar cocktail

If beer isn’t your thing, what about Canada’s version of a Bloody Mary? Combine vodka, clamato juice, hot sauce and lime for a unique briny flavour. Throw in a stalk of celery and you’re set – don’t knock it ‘til you try it!

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Geography and environment

Canada is big. And we mean huge. This may seem obvious when looking at a map, but you really feel it when you're out there road-tripping. With such a large land mass, it comes as no surprise that the environment varies depending on which area of Canada you are travelling in.

Sitting between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, Canada shares a long land border with the United States in the south and Alaska (US) and Greenland in the north. Mountains, forests and woodlands can be found throughout the country, with relatively flat, arable plains dotted around too. There’s a lot of ice and tundra in the Arctic North. The country’s unique geography is one of the many reasons that this country is so well-travelled and loved by tourists, but this can pose a risk, notably for drivers. Microclimates along mountain passes, like the Glacier National Park between BC and Alberta, are known for notorious weather conditions. Towns on either side can appear clear and calm, while the national park itself is in the middle of a snowstorm.

Canada’s cities are widespread, well-populated and built-up, though not overly crowded. Expect skyscrapers, malls, the odd traffic jam and all the modern conveniences. Smaller communities exist in more remote areas, with quaint villages on both coasts relying on fishing, tourism and agriculture as main sources of income. Expect a slower pace of life and much less buzz than in the city.

Outdoor experiences

Majestic mountains.

The Rocky Mountains of Canada are famous for a reason – their imposing and rugged beauty is unforgettable. Take in the epic landscapes while hiking, and don't forget to keep a camera handy to capture the best panoramas.

Sensational 'snowscapades'

Make the most of Canada's abundance of snow by getting out there in winter and having some fun. Start a snowball fight (preferably not with strangers), make some snow angels and channel your inner child.

Animal encounters

Keep watch for deer, bears, moose, caribou, mountain goats, bald eagles and timber wolves while hiking through the wilds of Jasper National Park in Alberta. Seeing grizzly and black bears in their natural habitat will take your breath away.

Giant glaciers

Be astounded by the immense size and beauty of Canada's gigantic glaciers. Take a thrilling ride on an ice mobile to experience things up close, or perhaps opt for a hike to the toe of the mighty Athabasca glacier.

Canada may be home to the largest mall in the Americas (West Edmonton Mall), but the shopping experience certainly doesn't end there. The diversity of Canada's population is reflected in the eclectic mix of boutique stores stocking unique artisan wares, modern art and more.

Major cities like Vancouver have an abundance of interesting boutiques, galleries and market-style centres like Granville Island. Smaller towns are great for locally produced gourmet food, wine and quirky kitsch souvenirs. The Chinatown areas of major Canadian cities offer a great shopping experience with good markets and cheap eats.

Canada’s federal goods and services tax (GST) adds 5 per cent to most transactions and most provinces also charge an additional tax to have a combined harmonised sales tax (HST), usually around 10–15 per cent in total. Expect most, if not all, products to have this already included in the marked price.

It's also a good idea to check with your local customs officials to ensure that you are able to bring certain items back into your home country. Australia and New Zealand have particularly strict quarantine laws.

Festivals and events

Canada knows how to put on a show, be it in nature or the cities. Depending on the time of the year, these are some of the festivals and events you can expect to come across:

Calgary Stampede

This 10-day hoedown features rodeos, parades, barbecues and more cowboy hats than you can poke a stick at. The locals call it the Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth and it has been running in Calgary, Alberta, since 1912.

Montreal International Jazz Festival

Swap your boot scootin’ for some toe-tapping as more than 3000 performers from over 30 nations entertain millions during this annual celebration of jazz. Over 2500 kilograms of French fries are consumed each year, which is fitting given Montreal is the hub of French-speaking Canada.

Vancouver Festival of Light

This dazzling display of fireworks is not to be missed. Technicians gather from across the world to compete and put on the best and most engaging display. It’s the longest-running offshore fireworks competition in the world.

You'll know that it's Canada Day , no matter where you are in Canada. The locals celebrate this national holiday with parades, fireworks, parties, concerts and barbecues, so be sure to get into the maple-leaf spirit.

If you find yourself in Ottawa or greater Ontario in early February, chances are there’ll be a winter festival like Winterlude happening. Canada’s capital turns into a majestic winter wonderland and the focal point is Rideau Canal, which turns into the world’s largest skating rink at 7.8 kilometres long.

Quebec Winter Carnival

This festival even has its own mascot – a giant, tuque-wearing snow figure called Bonhomme Carnaval – who embodies the ‘joie de vivre’ (or ‘joy of living’) during winter. Come for Bonhomme and stay for parades, snow sculptures, ice skating and more.

Public holidays that may impact travel include:

Victoria Day

Thanksgiving Day

Remembrance Day

Please note dates of  Canada's public holidays  may vary.

Further reading

For inspiring stories to prepare you for your Canada adventure, check out these books:

  • Anne of Green Gables – Lucy Maud Montgomery
  • Cat’s Eye – Margaret Atwood
  • Island – Alistair MacLeod
  • Sacre Bleus: An Unsentimental Journey Through Quebec – Taras Grescoe
  • Consolation – Michael Redhill
  • The Golden Spruce: A True Story of Myth, Madness, and Greed – John Vaillant
  • The Vancouver Stories: West Coast Fiction from Canada’s Best Writers – Intro by Douglas Coupland
  • Burden of desire – Robert MacNeil

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Canada travel FAQs

Do i need a covid-19 vaccine to join an intrepid trip.

Trips from 1 January 2023 onwards

From 1 January 2023, Intrepid will no longer require travellers to provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19 (excluding all Polar trips and select adventure cruises).

However, we continue to strongly recommend that all Intrepid travellers and leaders get vaccinated to protect themselves and others.

Specific proof of testing or vaccination may still be required by your destination or airline. Please ensure you check travel and entry requirements carefully.

When is the best time to visit Canada?

Canada's vast land mass makes for beautiful scenery and varying climate conditions. December, January and February are the coldest months and travelling can be difficult at times due to the occasional road closure or snowstorm. That said, this time of year is ideal for skiing, snowboarding and all your winter delights.

June, July and August are the warmest months. They’re perfect for outdoor activities like rafting, hiking, camping and canoeing. Tourist hotspots and other popular places will be much busier than in other months due to warmer temperatures. 

While not typically as warm as the summer months, May and September still offer great conditions for travelling and sightseeing without the crowds.

Do I need a visa to travel to Canada?

Many nationalities are able to travel to Canada without a visa, provided they obtain an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) before arriving. This includes citizens of Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Japan, France and many others. Like most countries, visitors to Canada must hold a valid passport with at least six months’ validity.

In some cases, visitors may not require a visa, for example, if you are a citizen of the United States. You may, however, still need to present relevant documentation, like a valid passport and evidence of lawful entry into the US.

Travellers from South Africa, China, Russia and other countries need a visa to travel to Canada regardless of their method of entry. Processing these visas may take upwards of three weeks. Visit the Government of Canada’s official website to find out if you will need to apply for a visa.

The is for general information only and may be subject to change. It is your responsibility to obtain relevant visa and travel information required for entry, departure and travel to each country or region you visit on your trip. You should confirm these with the relevant embassies and/or consulates. 

Last updated: 17/11/2023

Is tipping customary in Canada?

Tipping is very much a part of the culture in Canada. It's expected in restaurants, cafes and bars, and usually won’t be included in the bill.

People typically add 15-20% to the bill but feel free to tip a higher amount if you’ve enjoyed your experience. Tipping taxi drivers and valet attendants is also customary. Many bills in Canada do feature a tipping indicator under the subtotal, which is a handy method for choosing how much to leave. It's your choice, just remember that tipping in North America is culturally ingrained and wait staff are usually paid minimum wage, so understanding this and tipping accordingly is appreciated.

What is the internet access like Canada?

Canada’s internet is very good and it's easy to get access in most cities and towns.

Hotels, hostels and cafes are usually the best places to access the internet. It may be included with a booking or available at a small fee. Some fast food chains, cafes and restaurants have open wi-fi networks available, which are often accessible with a code from a purchase receipt. Be sure to keep an eye out for the international wi-fi symbol to connect.

Internet cafes are becoming less and less common in Canada, but some computer facilities (including in public libraries) are available in larger tourist areas.

Can I use my mobile phone while in Canada?

Mobile phone coverage is generally very good in Canada, but it may be patchy in remote areas such as national parks. Depending on the service provider, coverage in remote areas can sometimes be non-existent.

Your best bet, if you have an unlocked phone, is to purchase a prepaid SIM card when you arrive in Canada for all your calling, texting and data needs. Canada has a few network providers and while voice coverage can be patchy, mobile data is generally good in tourist areas, so using internet calling apps like Skype and WhatsApp is often preferred.

If you are from the United States (or are also travelling in the US), there is often an option to upgrade or purchase a prepaid roaming plan with a US service provider to use across the border. Otherwise, you could activate global roaming when travelling through Canada. This can incur extremely high fees, so be sure to check with your local service provider before you leave your home country to know the costs.

What are the toilets like in Canada?

Western-style, flushable toilets are the standard in Canada. Public toilet facilities are usually available in shopping malls and town centres and often labelled as washrooms. If you wish to use a washroom in a cafe or restaurant, expect to be told to make a purchase beforehand to gain access.

Can I drink the water in Canada?

Drinking water from taps in Canada is considered safe unless otherwise advised. Canada has some of the best tasting tap water in the world.

For environmental reasons, try to avoid buying bottled water. Fill a reusable bottle or canteen with filtered water instead.

Are credit cards widely accepted in Canada?

Major credit cards are accepted by most retailers and restaurants in Canada. As in most countries, be sure to carry adequate cash for smaller purchases; however, it is becoming the norm to buy a coffee or make other small purchases on credit card.

What is ATM access like in Canada?

ATMs are very common in Canada so finding one won't be a problem in most cities or towns. They may not be as abundant in smaller towns and rural areas, so it’s wise to have enough cash before travelling anywhere too remote.

What is the weather like in Canada?

Many people imagine Canada as a winter wonderland with snow-capped mountains and ski resorts vying for their attention, but Canada’s weather is as diverse as its countryside. Summers can get very warm, sometimes reaching 35°C (95°F) and higher, while winters get very cold. It’s not uncommon to get down to -25°C (-13°F). Spring is usually warmer and more pleasant than autumn, which sees brisk and cool temperatures around the country though they’re made bearable by the rich orange and yellows of the trees.

Generally speaking, Canada’s weather fits into four main sections: the coasts, the Prairies (Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba), central Canada and northern Canada. There are, of course, many more regional factors and thousands of microclimates, especially in mountain areas.

Expect milder summers and winters on the coast with temperatures not dropping much below -10°C (14°F) and not rising much above 22°C (72°F). The winters are wetter here with the east coast seeing more rainfall, while Vancouver is an anomaly to the rest of Canada with more of an oceanic climate.

In the Prairies, the summers are hot and dry and winter is icy cold. There are long periods of snow, with Calgary experiencing around 54 days and 50 inches of snow, while Southern Alberta has a weird winter phenomenon called chinook winds. These are dry gusts that melt snow and raise temperatures by over 20 degrees in a matter of hours. Of the three largest cities in the Prairies, Winnipeg has the coldest winter days at -11°C (12°F), compared to Calgary (-1°C/30°F) and Edmonton (-6°C/21°F), but also has the warmest summer days at 26°C (79°F), compared to both Calgary and Edmonton (23°C/73°F).

Central Canada enjoys humid summers and cooler winters, with some areas experiencing snow cover for almost six months of the year. As much of Canada’s interior enjoys a continental climate, winters are cold and the wind chill is brisk. Toronto hits around 27°C (80°F) on a hot summer’s day and -1.5°C (29°F) in winter, while Montreal in summer hits 26°C (79°F) and -5.3°C (23°F) in winter.  

Northern Canada is where temperatures really drop. The far reaches of the Northwest Territories (NWT) rarely rise above 0°C (32°F) and can record temperatures below -45°C (-49°F). These extremes aren’t for everyone and it shows – of the three provinces to make up northern Canada (NWT, Yukon and Nunavut), their total population (around 120,000) is less than Canada’s 40th largest city.

What to wear in Canada

This depends on where you’re traveling. The diversity of seasons rules out a one-size-fits-all packing list, so our advice is to consider both the season and the activities you’d like to participate in. 

You’ll be able to get away with light clothing for most of the summer, like a shirt and shorts or light trousers, plus a jacket to wear in the cooler evenings. During spring and autumn, it’s best to bring layers. Temperatures can drop below freezing, especially at night, so if you’re checking out Vancouver’s nightlife or enjoying a nightcap in Toronto, it’s best to rug up. You’ll need to take the comfort dial up a notch in winter with thermal base layers, warm fleeces and jackets, and at least one wind-breaking outer layer to keep you warm. A beanie, scarf and neck warmer are all highly recommended.

Canada is an active destination so ensure you’re prepared with the right type of gear, including sturdy walking shoes or hiking boots, UV protection and warm (but breathable) clothing that can be easily layered. If any water-based activities are on your to-do list, like kayaking or whitewater rafting, consider bringing a pair of dive boots or aqua shoes to save your feet from freezing water and sharp rocks.

For a more comprehensive list on what to wear and what to pack for Canada, be sure to check the packing list included in each trip’s Essential Trip Information.

Do I need to purchase travel insurance before travelling?

Absolutely. All passengers travelling with Intrepid are required to purchase travel insurance before the start of their trip. Your travel insurance details will be recorded by your leader on the first day of the trip. Due to the varying nature, availability and cost of health care around the world, travel insurance is very much an essential and necessary part of every journey.

For more information on insurance, please go to: Travel Insurance

Is Canada a safe destination for LGBTQIA+ travellers?

In many regards, Canada is a world leader at recognizing LGBTQIA+ rights. It is consistently named as one of the most queer-friendly countries in the world.

Same-sex sexual activity has been lawful since 1969, and same-sex marriages have been legal nationwide since 2005. Anti-discrimination laws are extensive. They were passed in 1996 for sexual orientation and in 2017 for gender identity and expression. The Canadian government announced that it will add a third gender option to all government documents, including census forms and passports, from late 2017.

Canada is home to some of the largest Pride parades in all the world, with over 650,000 attending in Vancouver and over 1 million in Toronto. Toronto is also home to the Church and Wellesley neighborhood, which is known as an LGBT hotspot of the city. Similar LGBTQIA+ friendly neighborhoods exist in Vancouver (Davie Village), Montreal, (commercial district), and Ottawa (Bank Street); however, this is not to say that other neighborhoods are not as socially accepting.

For more detailed and up-to-date advice, we recommend visiting Equaldex or ILGA before you travel.

If you are traveling solo on an Intrepid group tour, you will share accommodation with a passenger of the same gender as per your passport information. If you don’t identify with the gender assigned on your passport, please let us know at time of booking and we’ll arrange the rooming configuration accordingly. A single supplement is available on some tours for travelers who do not wish to share a room.

Is Canada accessible for travellers with disabilities?

Intrepid is committed to making travel widely accessible, regardless of ability or disability. That’s why we do our best to help as many people see the world as possible, regardless of any physical or mental limitations they might have. We’re always happy to talk to travelers with disabilities and see if we can help guide them towards the most suitable itinerary for their needs and make reasonable adjustments to our itineraries where possible.

Canada is making clear progress on aiding those with disabilities, especially travelers with mobility issues. Many public buildings around Canada’s major cities and tourist zones have access to lifts and ramps, while pedestrian crossings often have sloping curbs.

For more logistical information on air, bus, rail and ferry transportation, visit the Canadian federal government’s Travel portal.

If you do live with a visual, hearing or other impairment, let your booking agent or group leader know early on so they’re aware and suitable arrangements can be made. As a general rule, knowing some common words in the local language, carrying a written itinerary with you and taking to the streets in a group, rather than solo, can help make your travel experience the best it can be.

Learn more about Accessible Travel with Intrepid

What kind of accommodation will I be staying in?

Travelling with Intrepid is a little bit different. We endeavour to provide travellers with an authentic experience to remember, so we try to keep accommodation as unique and traditional as possible.

When travelling with us in Canada, you may find yourself staying in a:

Depending on your trip, you may be spending some nights camping with us. We provide you with a full set of camping and cooking supplies. Campsites will have a range of facilities available, from toilets and often showers, to pay-per-use washing machines and dryers.

Check your Essential Trip Notes carefully so you know what equipment you'll need to supply yourself.

How will I be travelling around Canada?

Intrepid believes half the fun of experiencing a new country is getting there, and getting around once there! Where possible, Intrepid uses local transport options and traditional modes of transport – which usually carry less of an environmental impact, support small local operators and are heaps more fun.

Depending on which trip you're on while in Canada, you may find yourself travelling by:

  • Ferry Find your sea legs and enjoy a mode of transport that offers scenic views and a dose of fresh air. A ferry ride to Vancouver Island is the ideal way to get acquainted with the west coast.
  • Private vehicle Our vehicle of choice is the 14-seat Ford Transit. Spacious, comfortable, sturdy and safe – it’s hard to beat for a cross‑country road trip. Each vehicle is equipped with large windows, a storage trailer, air conditioning and charging ports.

How do I stay safe and healthy while travelling?

Intrepid takes the health and safety of its travellers seriously and takes every measure to ensure that trips are safe, fun and enjoyable for everyone. We recommend that all travellers check with their government or national travel advisory organisation for the latest information before departure:

From Australia?

Go to: Smart Traveller

From Canada?

Go to:  Canada Travel Information

From the UK?

Go to:  UK Foreign Travel Advice

From New Zealand?

Go to:  Safe Travel

From the US?

Go to:  US Department of State

The World Health Organisation also provides useful health information.

Does my trip to Canada support The Intrepid Foundation?

Yes, all Intrepid trips support the Intrepid Foundation. In fact, we make a donation on behalf of every traveller. Trips to Canada directly support our foundation partner, Water First . 

Water First  

Water First work with Indigenous communities in Canada to address critical water challenges through education and skills training programs. Donations from our trips support three of their programs – preparing young Indigenous adults for careers in their community's water treatment plants, training Indigenous community members to restore places of local significance, and engaging Indigenous school children with fun and unique learning resources.  

Intrepid will double the impact by dollar-matching all post-trip donations made to The Intrepid Foundation.

What's open and closed in Ottawa on Canada Day 2024

Buses, o-train, para transpo free to ride all day on monday.

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Canada Day in Ottawa will be filled with free activities and fireworks , but make sure to check ahead to see what's open and what's closed. 

Most businesses and public facilities will be closed on the federal holiday, barring a few exceptions. 

Here's a look at what's opened and closed in Ottawa on Canada Day this Monday, July 1. 

  • Stores in certain areas of the city such as the Glebe and ByWard Market can open on holidays under the province's Retail Business Holidays Act. This also applies to grocery stores.
  • The Rideau Centre will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Tanger Outlets will be open from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Bayshore Shopping Centre, St. Laurent Shopping Centre and Place d'Orléans will be closed.
  • Most grocery stores in the city will be closed, but there are a few exceptions (see above).
  • All LCBOs will be closed. 
  • Select Beer Stores around the city will be open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

A person walks past the doors of an LCBO store, under a sign saying 'Wine Spirits Beer'.

Parking and transit

  • All City of Ottawa parking regulations apply. 
  • Buses, O-Trains and Para Transpo are free all day. 
  • OC Transpo will operate on an enhanced Sunday schedule with increased service all day. 
  • Rural Shopper Route 301 will not run.
  • OC Transpo's Rideau Centre customer service centre will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • The OC Transpo Lost and Found (Heartwood House) will be closed.
  • Para Transpo's regular bookings or recurring trips are automatically cancelled. The reservations line will be open from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. and the trip cancellation line will be open from 6 a.m. to 12from30 a.m.
  • The taxi coupon line will remain open.

Trail closures

  • Partial closure of the Ottawa River Pathway east of the Chief William Commanda Bridge from July 25 to July 4 for fireworks preparation and cleanup.
  • Closure of the Ottawa River Pathway from Onigam Street to the Portage Bridge, and from the Ottawa River to Albert Street from June 30 at 6 p.m. until July 2 at 6 a.m.

Road closures

The following streets will be closed from 6 a.m. on July 1 until 2 a.m. on July 2:

  • Bank Street, between Albert and Wellington streets.
  • Bay Street, between Albert and Wellington streets.
  • Booth Street, between Albert Street and Eddy Street in Gatineau, Que.
  • Bronson Avenue, between Slater and Sparks streets.
  • Fleet Street, between Lett street and Booth streets.
  • Kent Street, between Albert and Wellington streets.
  • Kichi Zībī Mīkan parkway, between Parkdale Avenue and Wellington Street.
  • Lett Street, between Fleet and Wellington streets.
  • Lloyd Street, between Fleet and Lett streets.
  • Lyon Street, between Albert and Wellington streets.
  • Metcalfe Street, between Queen and Wellington streets.
  • O'Connor Street, between Queen and Wellington streets.
  • Portage Bridge, between Wellington Street and Laurier Street in Gatineau, Que.
  • Queen Street, between Bronson Avenue and Bank Street.
  • Slidell Street/Onigam Street, between Lemieux Island and Bayview Station.
  • Sparks Street, between Bronson Avenue and North Lyon Street.
  • Vimy Place, between Wellington and Booth streets.
  • Wellington Street, between Kichi Zībī Mīkan and Elgin Street.

Additional closures on July 1 from 9 p.m. to midnight:

  • Albert Street, between Bronson Avenue and Bayview Station.
  • Slater Street, between Albert Street and Bronson Avenue.

Local closures outside of the downtown include: 

  • Barrhaven: Strandherd Drive will be closed between Dealership Drive and Jockvale Road on July 1 from 9:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
  • Kanata: The Parkway in Kanata will be closed between Reaney Court and Teron Road from 7:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. on July 1. Charlie Rogers Place will also be closed between Ron Maslin Way and the Kanata Recreation Complex on June 30 from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. and on July 1 from 7 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
  • Greely: Meadows Drive will be closed between Parkway Road and Bank Street on July 1 from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.
  • Osgoode: Osgoode Main Street will be closed between Nixon Drive and Osgoode Village Park on July 1 from 1:45 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Map of road closures

  • Most pools, arenas, and recreation and fitness centres will be closed or operating on a modified schedule. The city suggests checking each facility's page for more details. 
  • Outdoor pools, splash pads and wading pools will be open.
  • Arts Court, the Nepean Creative Arts Centre, the Nepean Visual Arts Centre, city-operated museums, Meridian Theatres @ Centrepointe and the Shenkman Arts Centre will be closed.

Lifeguards talk as they watch a beach at the edge of a river.

City services

  • There will be no curbside green bin, recycling, garbage or bulky item collection. Pickup will resume on Tuesday and the collection will be delayed by one day for the remainder of the week.
  • Multi-residential garbage containers will be collected on the regularly scheduled day. Recycling containers, bulky items and green bins will be delayed by one day for the remainder of the week.
  • The Trail Waste Facility will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • All branches of Ottawa Public Library will be closed.
  • The city's 311 contact centre will be open for urgent matters only. 
  • All services at Ottawa City Hall, Ben Franklin Place in Nepean, 255 Centrum Blvd. in Orléans and the  Provincial Offences Court at 100 Constellation Dr. will be closed.
  • The Business Licensing Centre at 735 Industrial Ave. will be closed.
  • The City of Ottawa Spay and Neuter Clinic at 26 Concourse Gate will be closed.
  • The City of Ottawa Archives and Gallery 112 at the James Bartleman Centre will be closed from Saturday to Monday.
  • All four employment and social services offices will be closed. 

Health, dental and child-care services

  • The Site program office and supervised consumption services at 179 Clarence St. will be closed. The Site mobile van will operate from 5 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
  • The Sexual Health Clinic and satellite clinics will be closed.
  • The city's dental clinics will be closed.
  • The Health811 line will be open. 
  • The city's immunization program telephone line will be closed.
  • All city child-care centres and Parenting-In-Ottawa drop-ins will be closed.

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A busy three-week stretch in professional golf comes to an end this week in connecticut.

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The 2024 Travelers Championship appears to be heading to an exciting finish. Taking to TPC River Highlands once again, Sunday's final round has moved into a playoff as world No. 1 Scottie Scheffler and Tom Kim battle for the trophy and a massive prize money payout .

Failing to card a single under-par round in a tournament for the first time in his professional career, Scheffler looks to get back on the wagon and capture his sixth victory of the season. A win at TPC River Highlands would be his first at a course which saw Xander Schauffele reign supreme in 2022.

The world No. 2 continues to display his consistency on a weekly basis and has now notched four straight top 10s dating back to the Wells Fargo Championship. With plenty of form in tow, Schaffuele seeks his second win of the season and second trophy at the Travelers Championship.

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