I used to always think of Canada as a frozen, relatively-unpopulated nation north of the U.S. where everyone says “eh?” I was surprised, then, to see that there are parts (well, south-central British Columbia) that are much like California, with wineries, beaches, and lots of sun. The low population (less than California) of a country with more land mass than the U.S. means that much of the land is still unravaged by man. And the country has a history of being far less belligerent than its neighbor to the south.

Posts about Canada

12.21.12 Victoria, BC
05.23.08 Hamilton, ON
05.22.08 Ottawa, ON
05.22.08 Point3 Language School, Montreal
05.19.08 Quebec City, QC
05.18.08 Montreal, QC
05.11.08 Parc Mont-Royal, QC
05.09.08 Poutine and Other Disasters
05.09.08 Cars in Canada
05.07.08 Canal de Lachine, QC
12.05.07 Report from Montreal: Poor Goldie
08.29.07 Canada Road Trip Recap
08.27.07 Yoho National Park, BC
08.26.07 Canadian Service
08.25.07 Kelowna, BC
08.24.07 Penticton, BC
08.23.07 Squamish, BC
08.27.05 Squamish, BC
08.26.05 Vancouver, BC
04.14.01 Niagara Falls