A List of Canada's Top 12 Small Cities
It has Canada's tallest suspension bridge, the Golden Skybridge, whitewater rafting on the Kicking Horse River, a wolf refuge.
Golden, British Columbia
Due to its vibrant art scene, Baie-Saint-Paul is Canada's cultural capital. Cirque du Soleil began in the early 1980s.
Churchill, the polar bear capital, attracts nature enthusiasts. On Hudson Bay, it's a great place to see beluga whales and the northern lights, which are visible 300 nights a year.
Mahone Bay is one of Atlantic Canada's most gorgeous communities with colourful Victorian mansions, artisan businesses, and historical gardens.
Mahone Bay, NS
Surfers, foodies, and outdoor enthusiasts love Tofino on Vancouver Island for good reason. Tofino, on Vancouver Island, is beloved by surfers, foodies, and outdoor lovers.
Tofino, British Columbia
Elora seems far from Toronto while being 90 minutes away. Artists, chefs, and businesspeople have preserved an exquisite village of 19th-century structures.
Exploring the shore with its red-and-white lighthouse and other antiques is the ideal way to take everything in.
This historic town in Banff National Park has friendly inhabitants, postcard vistas, and après-adventure restaurants and pubs like Park Distillery.
Niagara-on-the-Lake attracts Niagara Falls tourists with its sun-drenched vineyards and attractive historic residences.
St. Andrews by-the-Sea, a 30-minute drive from the border crossing between Calais, Maine, and St. Stephen, New Brunswick, is a great stop before visiting Fundy National Park.
St. Andrews by-the-Sea, NB
Frontier-style structures like Canada's oldest gaming hall and the Dawson City Museum's interactive exhibitions recall those golden days.
Trinity, Newfoundland's most historic town, is known for its saltbox homes, calligraphed street signs, and theatre.
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