Canada’s World Wonders

Overview

Take a journey across Canada to visit our world-renowned natural and historic landmarks.

With Canada's World Wonders, you'll visit Banff National Park, the first link in a vast network of natural parks and heritage sites that has grown to include Old Quebec, the Rideau Canal, and the Fortress of Louisbourg. UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump in Alberta and the Gwaii Haanas totems in British Columbia, as well as such indigenous cultural sites as ancient Inukshuks, all among the ancient and iconic wonders of this land, are also part of the journey.

You'll travel to the world’s longest and deepest railway tunnel, cruise the Trans-Canada Highway, the world’s longest named highway, explore the Grosse Isle and Pier 21 immigration memorials, the graves of the failed Franklin Expedition, and the Vimy Ridge War Memorial.

Join Ron Brown in exploring Canada's world-famous heritage attractions.

About the Author

Ron Brown

Posted by KathrynB on October 30, 2014
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Ron Brown

Ron Brown is a geographer and heritage writer. He has authored more than twenty books, including Rails Over the Mountains, The Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore, and The Top 150 Unusual Things to See in Ontario. A past chair of the Writers’ Union of Canada, he also conducts tours along Ontario’s back roads. He lives in East York, Ontario.