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Canada is great!

Country ranking shows: The Ahornland is diverse, safe and attracts with culture and breathtaking adventures.
Canada is waiting - with new experiences from coast to coast.

Canada is number one in the world! This is the result of the new country ranking of the U.S. News & World Report 2021. The Ahornland scores among other things with an outstanding quality of life and openness as well as a destination for travel adventures and diverse cultural experiences.

Diversity is in Canada's DNA and the vastness of the country is also a crucial part of Canada's identity. If you want to get to know them, you don't have to look far: from coast to coast, there are countless opportunities to immerse yourself in the Canadian way of life and culture. How many facets of Canada there are to be discovered is also shown by the following overview of the latest experiences and adventures in Maple Country - from the brand new indigenous center for Inuit art in Manitoba to a new UNESCO World Heritage Site in Nova Scotia to the two highest suspension bridges in Canada in British Columbia.


CLIFFS OF FUNDY BECOMES A UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE
The province of Nova Scotia is proud of its sixth UNESCO World Heritage Site: The Cliffs of Fundy received the status of a global geopark. The special spot on earth was honored for the diverse geological wonders that the region has to offer, such as the highest tides in the world and the oldest dinosaur fossils. Nova Scotia ranks first among all Canadian provinces and territories with its six world heritage sites. Other UNESCO sites in the province of Nova Scotia include Joggins Fossil Cliffs, Old Town Lunenburg, Landscape of Grand Pré, Southwest Nova Biosphere Interpretive Site and Bras d'Or Lake Biosphere Reserve.

HIKING FROM THE MOUNTAINS TO THE SEA
A varied hike in the middle of nature is now possible along the new historic Nepisiguit Mi'gmaq Trail in New Brunswick. The 150 km long, remote and demanding hiking trail offers wonderful nature experiences from the mountains to the sea along the mighty Nepisiguit River. Hikers can spend the night in tipis. The adventure begins on a pristine lake near Mount Carleton, the highest peak in Atlantic Canada. The area has been used as a portage route by the indigenous peoples for centuries.

THE HEW & DRAW HOTEL IN CORNER BROOK IS ONE OF THE BEST NEW HOTELS IN 2021
The Hew & Draw Hotel in Corner Brook, Newfoundland. was named one of the best new hotels in 2021 by Meredith Corporation's Travel and Leisure. The boutique hotel convinces with a rustic, industrial flair and a furnishing style inspired by the Canadian nature with natural wood. The hotel, which resides in a former Woolworth shop, also scores with a great location with short distances to outdoor activities, a fantastic jacuzzi on the roof terrace and an exciting selection of craft beers from the in-house Boomstick brewery.

THE CANADIAN NIAGARA POWER STATION BECOMES A LANDMARK OF THE NIAGARA FALL TOURISM
On July 1, 2021, Canada Day, a new attraction will open south of Horseshoe Falls near Niagara Falls in Ontario. During the day, visitors can explore the inside of the historic Canadian Niagara Power Station and visit the interactive exhibits. At night, an impressive sound and light experience brings the building to life using the latest 3D projection technology. From July 22nd, underground parts of the station will be made accessible, where visitors can be lowered 60 meters using a glass elevator.

AIRPORT CONNECTION IN MONTRÉAL GETTING STARTED
To create a fast connection between the international airport Montréal-Trudeau and the city center, this project was shaken by the corona pandemic and the associated losses of the airport. But now the project is picking up speed again. The new railway, called REM, will connect the airport to Montreal's new railway system and provide access to the three largest STM metro lines.

FLY OVER BORDERS AT THE ZIPLINE
An adventure to take off: the world's first inter-provincial zipline, Interzip Rogers, will open between Ontario and Québec in the summer of 2021. Adrenaline junkies can then float around 45 meters above the Ottawa River from Ottawa to Gatineau and throw breathtaking views of the skylines of the two cities, of the Chaudière Falls and Parliament Hill.

INUIT'S NEW CENTER FOR ART OPENED IN MANITOBA
After several years of construction, QAUMAJUQ, the new center for Inuit art and previously known as the Inuit Art Center, has now opened as part of the Winnipeg Art Gallery (WAG) in Manitoba. QAUMAJUQ is the world's largest public collection of contemporary and traditional Inuit art and consists of more than 14,000 exhibits, including 7,500 sculptures, 4,000 prints, 1,900 drawings and hundreds of artifacts, ceramics and textiles. As the center's first exhibition, INUA will show works by more than 90 Inuit artists from different areas of the Arctic until December 2021.

ADVENTURE ON MOUNTAIN PEAKS AND TREE TOPS
Two new attractions for outdoor adventurers lure to British Columbia: The Malahat Skywalk on Vancouver Island leads over a 600-meter-long treetop path through the dense Arbutus Forest with panoramic views of the Salish Sea, the Coast Mountains and Mount Baker. For the brave, the Rocky Mountain Adventure Park in Golden, which opens in summer and then presents the two highest suspension bridges in Canada, which lead 80 meters above the ground over a length of 130 meters over the gorge, can also go high.

CRAZY STORY, INCREDIBLE SUCCESS: WHISKEY FROM THE YUKON
Two men on a canoe trip in the Yukon - that was probably the start of crazy ideas. In the case of the "Two Brewers" Alan and Bob from Whitehorse, the story ended with numerous awards. Not only for their craft beers, which they have been producing in their own brewery in the Yukon since implementing their idea that was born around the campfire in 1997, but also for the single malt whiskey from their own distillery, which started operating in 2009. Now the whiskey professionals have won the Canadian Whiskey Awards for Best Single Malt Whiskey for their No. 22 are happy and also collected gold and silver medals for their other whiskeys.

HOPE FOR POLAR BEARS
Observation of two of the world's 19 polar bear subpopulations shows that both the number and weight of polar bears are increasing in some parts of Canada. The polar bears in the M'Clintock Channel (716 bears) and the Gulf of Boothia (1,500 bears) in Nunavut appear to be responding positively to conservation efforts by the government and local Inuit communities. The polar bears' greatest enemy is climate change, which is destroying the Arctic marine ecosystem. Researchers predict that the Arctic ice will continue to dwindle in the coming decades and that ice-free summers can occur as early as 2030.

DISCOVER INDIGENOUS TREASURES IN THE WRITING-ON-STONE POVINCIAL PARK
The Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park in Alberta, called Áísínai'pi by the Blackfoot, has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2019 - the only place in Canada to be included in the list of Earth's treasures worth protecting. The park is located in the extreme south of Alberta and has the largest collection of indigenous rock carvings and rock carvings in the plains of North America. Thousands of rock paintings documenting the history of the Blackfoot can be admired on towering, mushroom-shaped sandstone cliffs. Experts estimate that some works are over 2,000 years old.

OUTDOOR ONLINE: PARKS CANADA MAKES IT POSSIBLE
Thanks to a collaboration between Parks Canada and Google, people around the world can now virtually explore the highlights of more than 160 remarkable outdoor locations in Canada by simply turning on Street View on Google Maps. Locations include national historical sites, UNESCO World Heritage sites, wildlife corridors, and attractions. A trip to the waters and mountain peaks of the Nááts'įhch'oh National Park Reserve in the Northwest Territories, one of the six great national parks of the territory, including the legendary Nahanni and Wood Buffalo, is breathtaking.

INDIGENOUS TOURISM LAUNCHES NEW MEDIA KIT
Colorful, touching and packed with story ideas and information: The Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC) is offering a new media kit for anyone who wants to know more about indigenous experiences and indigenous tourism in Canada. The package offers ideas for stories about indigenous experiences, photos, videos as well as information about ITAC and the new website.

AIR CANADA RECEIVES APEX CLEANCARE + CERTIFICATION
Air Canada has received Diamond Certification from APEX Health Safety for its CleanCare + Biosafety Program, which aims to ensure the health of travelers.
This makes Air Canada one of the first airlines in the world and the only airline in Canada to receive diamond status.
The certification recognizes the numerous health protection initiatives - such as compliance with hospital-grade biosafety standards that the airline has implemented since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.


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