Trail Canada Newsletter
Issue 4.0 - 17 August, 2007

Canadian summer is heating up and the travel and tourism season is definitely in full swing. If you haven't made that trip to Canada this summer or for you Canadians - made a summer road trip, there are still plenty of warm months left.

In this issue we have new features on Trail Canada, a dig to find out what you like about Canada and an upcoming Canadian photo contest.

In this issue:

Your Canadian favourites

New maps of Canada

Canadian photo contest

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Your Canadian favourites

With so much variety in its culture, architecture, scenery, cuisine, Canada attracts people from all over the world. Everyone has a different memory of Canada and also different favourites.

Tell us what are your favourites (all you need to do is hit reply and email back the answers and any other thoughts or suggestions you have - remember to include your name and where you are from).

What is your favourite building in Canada? And why?

What is your least favourite building?

What is the most interesting fact about Canada you know?

Where is the best view, what can you see and how did you find it?

What would you tell someone who is visiting Canada to do, see, eat, smell or hear?

If you could change something about Canada, what would it be and why?

What is overrated about Canada?

What is underrated?

What always reminds you of Canada?

Where is your favourite place to eat in Canada?

What impresses you the most about Canada?

Our top 10 things to do in Canada

Quick Links

Maps of Canada
Need a free map of a city, province or route?

Find Hotel Deals
Great deals on hotels and accommodation across Canada

Canada Events
What's on in guide to events and festivals

Vacation in Canada
Low prices on flights, cruises, car rental and more

New maps of Canada

Providing visitors to Trail Canada with high-quality, accurate maps of cities, provinces and parks has always been a challenge. Now Trail Canada has updated its mapping library and is utilising interactive maps.

New maps include maps of Canadian cities, maps of provinces and territories and maps of neighbourhoods.

Every map can be panned north, south, east or west, zoomed in or out and shown as a satellite photograph.

Visit the Canada maps resource

Top Photo

Reed Stenhouse Building, Regina, Saskatchewan

More photos like this...

Canadian photo contest

In the next few weeks Trail Canada is holding a Canadian photography contest. The competition is open to people from all over the world and all ages.

Photographs must be taken whilst in Canada and be in keeping with the topic for the competition. There are 5 competitions planned all with great prizes.

For more information visit the Trail Canada photo contest page

That's all for now!

See you on the trail,

James Shearer
Trail Canada Editor

Canada's most popular independent travel guide

Part of the Trail Canada Travel Network

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