Globe Trekker

Eastern Canada

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Zoe D'Amato's 3,000km-journey across Eastern Canada starts on the Avalon Peninsula, in Newfoundland & Labrador, the oldest and most easterly part of North America. Next, she travels south west to the maritime provinces of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and New Brunswick, known for their rugged coastlines, natural beauty and delicious fresh fish. She then heads inland to say bonjour to Quebec's European culture and old-world charm and party at the New France Festival. At the last stop, Ontario, she experiences the dizzying heights of Toronto's mega CN Tower and the thundering magnificence of the Niagara Falls.
 

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