Endangered species = Endangered tourism

Bird photographer in Red Deer (Photo by ehCanadaTravel.com)

Bird photographer in Red Deer (Photo by ehCanadaTravel.com)

In countless Canadian communities across this great country of ours tourism would suffer significant economic loss if wildlife were no longer part of the environment. Looking for examples? There are plenty out there: Whale watching and...

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Canada. Yours to discover: Top NCC protected areas selected by eh Canada Travel

Cape Spear, NL (Photo by eh Canada Travel & Adventure)

The eh Canada Travel team at Cape Spear, NL (Photo by eh Canada Travel & Adventure)

As avid explorers of Canada, from coast to coast to coast, we have visited thousands of parks and protected areas in the name of researching tourism. So...when selecting our TOP most memorable adventures in a Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC)...

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What do protected parklands and conservation areas mean to Canadian tourism?

Greg Girard with his day pack in Nova Scotia (Photo courtesy Canada eh Travel & Adventure)

Greg Girard with his day pack in Nova Scotia (Photo courtesy Canada eh Travel & Adventure)

Everything! Tourism in Canada is highly dependent on our parks and conservation areas. We would even go as far to say that our protected parks and conservation areas in Canada are the foundation of a successful future in tourism for Canada....

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10 items to pack when exploring Canada's protected lands

Greg Girard with his day pack in Nova Scotia (Photo courtesy Canada eh Travel & Adventure)

Greg Girard with his day pack in Nova Scotia (Photo courtesy Canada eh Travel & Adventure)

Imagine Canada's protected ecosystems as a very large fine art gallery with nature's works on public display 24/7. Visitors to an art gallery follow a set of unwritten rules based on a mutual respect between the works of art, the patrons and the...

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