Wanuskewin Heritage Park

(Saskatoon, Canada) Sacred proirie site of Canada's First Nations Pronounced "Wah-nus-KAY-win," this is a sacred site full of symbolism, symmetry, and spirits. Like Sydney Opera House's sail or shark fin motif, the tipi encampment "signature" atop...

Fort Edmonton Park

Fort Edmonton, the trading post of the Hudson's Bay Company, dominated the fur trade throughout British-controlled North America. Sited in Canada's largest "living-history park," you enter the post via the first of four walk-through...

Banff Springs Hotel

Everything in Canada is vast, and the string of super-size hotels built by the Canadian Pacific Railways (CPR) to boost tourism along its Rocky Mountain railway (and so fill their Pullman carriages with travelers)...

Dawson City

 Built in the wake of the Klondike Gold Rush, Dawson City was a classic boomtown. Founded in 1896, it had 40,000 inhabitants by 1898 but, just a few years later, this had dwindled to...

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