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America’s neighbor to the north celebrates its 150th birthday in 2017, and Canada promises a year-long, coast-to-coast festival to mark the event. Canada’s national parks, from the majestic mountains of Banff and Jasper national parks in the west to the wind-swept Atlantic beaches of Prince Edward Island, offer free admission all year long (with a Discovery Pass). Urban centers such as Montreal, Quebec and Vancouver highlight the diverse aboriginal, European, and Asian cultures that contribute to Canada’s fabric. And the Canadian capital of Ottawa takes center stage throughout 2017 with tours of Parliament, and special cultural and historical museum exhibitions. Your AAA Travel Agent can help you craft your ideal Canadian celebration. 

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