I don't know how many times I've said it, but I'll keep saying it for the whole rest of my life: Canada is one seriously, legitimately beautiful country.

We've got oceans, lakes, brooks, creeks, forests, mountains, cliffs - everything beautiful in the world, concentrated right here, in this gorgeous spot. And although every single town has something gorgeous to it, there are a couple of places in Canada that make you step back for a little bit and truly wonder if what you're seeing is a painting, or if it's actually real.

1. Tobermory, Ontario


2. Lake Louise, Alberta

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3. Desbiens, Quebec


4. Fernie, British Columbia


5. Dawson City, Yukon


6. Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia


7. Stanstead, Quebec

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8. Summerside, Prince Edward Island


9. Turner Valley, Alberta

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10. Riviere Eternite, Quebec

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11. Haida Gwaii, British Columbia


12. Fogo, Newfoundland & Labrador

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13. Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia


14. Quebec City, Quebec


15. La Ronge, Saskatchewan

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16. Iqaluit, Nunavut


17. Tofino, British Columbia

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18. Montreal, Quebec (of course)

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19. Canso, Nova Scotia


20. Port Hope, Ontario

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21. Banff, Alberta

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