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Wildlife reserve in Quebec  The Laurentides Wildlife Reserve has changed little since the 16th Century when traders roamed its woods in search of beaver pelts. (Mark Read)

Wildlife reserve in Quebec The Laurentides Wildlife Reserve has changed little since the 16th Century when traders roamed its woods in search of beaver pelts. (Mark Read)

Jasper National Park  The wildest of Canada’s mountain parks, Jasper National Park is home to the Big Five: deer, elk, moose, wolf and bear, which all roam free. (Mark Read)

Jasper National Park The wildest of Canada’s mountain parks, Jasper National Park is home to the Big Five: deer, elk, moose, wolf and bear, which all roam free. (Mark Read)

Mini guide to Toronto, Canada  Canada's biggest city lays claim to world-class museums, North America’s tallest tower and year-round festivals and cultural events.

Mini guide to Toronto, Canada Canada's biggest city lays claim to world-class museums, North America’s tallest tower and year-round festivals and cultural events.

Mossy stream in Quebec forest  The green glow of moss highlights this stream running through the Parc de la Jacques-Cartier. (Mark Read)

Mossy stream in Quebec forest The green glow of moss highlights this stream running through the Parc de la Jacques-Cartier. (Mark Read)

Vancouver Island’s wild side  The West Coast Trail is located in one of the most beautiful, unspoiled and remote regions on the continent.

Vancouver Island’s wild side The West Coast Trail is located in one of the most beautiful, unspoiled and remote regions on the continent.

Weather-beaten shore  Worn down and sculpted after years of daily flooding, the Hopewell Rocks stand tall next to a green-fringed cliff that lines the New Brunswick coast. (Justin Foulkes)

Weather-beaten shore Worn down and sculpted after years of daily flooding, the Hopewell Rocks stand tall next to a green-fringed cliff that lines the New Brunswick coast. (Justin Foulkes)

Banff National Park  Colours compete as the setting sun sinks over the mountains behind the emerald waters of Lake Louise. (Mark Read)

Banff National Park Colours compete as the setting sun sinks over the mountains behind the emerald waters of Lake Louise. (Mark Read)

Hidden Ridge Resort  In a tranquil setting on Tunnel Mountain at the edge of Banff, these self-contained apartments each have their own patio, log fireplace and kitchen. (Mark Read)

Hidden Ridge Resort In a tranquil setting on Tunnel Mountain at the edge of Banff, these self-contained apartments each have their own patio, log fireplace and kitchen. (Mark Read)

Québec City, the crown jewel of French Canada  Home to the most picturesque hotel in the world, this French-Canadian city is a bastion of history, beauty and old-world charm.

Québec City, the crown jewel of French Canada Home to the most picturesque hotel in the world, this French-Canadian city is a bastion of history, beauty and old-world charm.

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