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Chloe, National, Park in reserve are two units of Canada's, national park, system in the southwest, corner of the territory, of Yukon it, is near the Alaskan, border Chloe. National, Park Reserve was established in. 1972. Covering. 20 2013. Square, kilometers, the, reserve includes the highest mountain, in Canada Mount, Logan. 5959. Meters, or. 19,500. 51 feet of the, st. Elias mountains, mountains. And glaciers dominate. The parks landscape, covering, eighty-three percent of, its area the, rest of the land in the park is forest and tundra east of the largest mountains, and glaciers where, the climate is colder, and drier, than in the western, and southern parts, of the park trees. Grow only at the parks lowest elevations. The, primary, tree species are white spruce, balsam. Poplar and trembling, Aspen a day, use area with boat launch picnic, facilities and, campground, is located, at Kathleen Lake and is operated, from mid-may, to mid-september. Hiking. Is a popular, activity on trails such as st. Elias Lake much lake road shorty, creek cottonwood, rock glacier, king's, throne cock. Any Oriole desert, each River Trail all-sec. Trail sheep, creek trail bullion, plateau trail Slim's, Westar soldiers, summit rafting. On the all-sec, River mountain. Biking on old mining, roads horseback. Riding through the all-sec paths, boating on Kathleen, Lake and much lake as well as fishing for lake trout arctic. Grayling rainbow. Trout northern, pike and sockeye, salmon are, also among activities, available in the park mammalian. Species that inhabit this, park include wolf pack's coyote. Mink, Lynx, river, otter caribou. Alaskan. Moose muskrat. Snowshoe. Hare Marmot, red fox dall, sheep beaver, Wolverine. Mountain, goat and Arctic. Ground squirrel, this. Park contains about, 120. Species of birds including, The Rock ptarmigan in the golden in Bald Eagles the, binational chloe Rangel, st. Elias Glacier, Bay catch in Cheney SEC park system, comprising, kluane ranch L st. Elias Glacier. Bay and Taff Chinchin II all-sec parks was, declared, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, in 1979. For the spectacular glacier. And ice field landscapes, as well as for the importance, of grizzly bears caribou, and dall sheep habitat. Chloe. National, Park lies within the traditional, territories, of the Champaign and Asia hick First Nations, including First Nation, who have a long history of living in this region.
Lancel. Meadows is an archaeological. Site on the northernmost, tip, of the island of Newfoundland, and the Canadian, province, of Newfoundland, and Labrador, it. Was named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in. 1978. Today. The area mostly, consists, of open grassy. Lands, but one thousand, years ago there, were forests, that were convenient, for boat building, house building, and iron extraction. The. Remains of eight buildings labeled. From AJ were found, they. Are believed to have been constructed, of slide placed over a wooden, frame, based. On associated. Artifacts, the buildings were identified. As dwellings, or workshops, the. Largest, dwelling measured, 28.8. Meters times fifteen, point six meters and consisted, of several rooms. Three. Small buildings, B, C. G, may, have been workshops, or living quarters, for lower status crew or slaves. Workshops. Were identified. As an iron smithy, building, J containing. A forge and iron slag a carpentry. Workshop building. D which generated, wood debris and a specialized, boat repair, area containing worn rivets, other. Things, found at the site consisted. Of common, everyday Norse items, including. The Stone oil lamp a whetstone, a bronze, fastening. Pin a bone, knitting needle and part of a spindle, stone. Weights which, were found in building, G may, have been part of a loom the. Presence, of the spindle and needle suggests, that women as well as men inhabited. The settlement, there. Is no way of knowing how many people, lived at the site at any given time, archaeological. Evidence of the dwellings suggested, had the capacity of supporting, 30 to 160. People the. Entire population. Of Greenland, at the time was about. 2,500. Meaning that the land saw Meadows settlement, would be equivalent to between 10 and 20, percent of the Viking settlement, on Greenland, food. Remains included, butter nuts which, are significant, because they do not grow naturally north, of New Brunswick. Their presence, probably, indicates, the Norse inhabitants. Traveled, farther south to obtain them there. Is evidence to suggest that the Norse hunted an array of animals, that inhabited, the area, these. Included, caribou, wolf, Fox, their. Links. Marten, all types, of birds and fish seal whale, and walrus. Lunenburg. Is the port town in Lunenburg County Nova, Scotia Canada. Situated. On the provinces, South Shore Lunenburg, is located, on the Fairhaven, Peninsula, at the western, side of Mahan, Bay the. Town is approximately. 90 kilometres southwest of, the county, boundary, with the Halifax, Regional Municipality. The. Town was established by the four founding fathers, Patrick, Sutherland, deadly, pristy, Ferguson, John, Creighton and Gen Baptist Murrow during, father Ella louder's war four, years after Halifax, was established. The. Town was one of the first British attempts, to settle Protestants, and Nova Scotia intended. To displace Mi'kmaq, and Acadian Catholics. British. Settlement, posed a lasting, grave, and certain threat to Micmacs, control, over their traditional, territorial. Borders of Mick McKay within Wabanaki. Considering. That British conditions, for peace required, surrender, of Mi'kmaq sovereignty. To the crown while, manake group's raided, Lunenburg nine times in the early years of the settlement, in an attempt to reclaim their loss a, historic. Town was designated a, United Nations Educational Scientific. And. Cultural Organization. UNESCO. World. Heritage Site, in 1995. This. Designation ensures. Protection for, much of luneberg's, unique architecture. And Civic design being, the best example of planned British colonial, settlement, in Canada a historic. Core of the town is also a National, Historic Site of Canada. Tourism. Is Luton Brooks most important, industry, and many thousands, visit the town each year a number. Of restaurants Inns. Hotels. And shops exist, to service the tourist trade. Numerous. Artists, operate, their own galleries. The. Town is home to the fisheries Museum. Of the Atlantic part. Of the Nova Scotia Museum, the. Schooners replica, blue-nosed, who was operated, by the museum, and based out of Lunenburg the. Town is also home to the privately, run Halifax, and South Western, Railway Museum, and. The Lunenburg heritage, societies, in Autry Island house. McGuire. National, Park is a protected, area near Carrollton, Surma on the gasp Peninsula, of Quebec in Canada, created. In 1985. By the government, of Quebec Maguire was designated a World Heritage, Site in 1999. In recognition, of its wealth of fossils, which, display, a crucial, time during the evolution, of life on Earth other names for this site are the mag wash at fossil, site the bay of a scheming at fossil, site the upper Devonian is human at formation, and the Hugh Miller cliffs it, is also sometimes referred to on fossil, specimens, is common at they are schematic, by peq the, parks museum, features, exhibits about the fossils, and paleontology.
Of The park the, museum's, collection includes. Over nine thousand specimens, of fossil, fish and plants, the, coastal, cliffs are upper Devonian strata of grey sedimentary, rock they, are composed, of alternating, layers of sandstone, and shale which, are 350. 375. Million, years old the, area today supports, mainly, birch aspen and four forests, some. Of the fish fauna, and sport, fossils, found at neig washa are rare, and ancient species for. Example sperm. Esposa, de is thought to be one of the oldest flowering, plant genera, on earth McGuire. National, Park is considered, to be the world's greatest paleontological, record. Of fossils, from the Devonian period known. As the age of fishes five, of the six main fossil, fish groups from this period dating, from 370. Million years ago can be found here a great, quantity of some of the best preserved fossil. Specimens, of lok fin fish ancestors. To the tetrapods believed. To be the first four-legged, air-breathing, terrestrial. Vertebrates, were found here the, fossil, site was first discovered, in 1842. By, abraham Jasmer. 1797. 1864. A geologist. And medical doctor and a pioneer, in the petroleum, industry, Desna found a vast array of important, fossils, which were handed over to the British Museum in, the Royal Scottish Museum, these, discoveries, caused, great excitement throughout, the world in, 1985, the Quebec government blocked, this possible, privatization by, purchasing, a large tract of the land and declaring. It a provincial park, the peripheral area is owned by about 100, people who limit development protecting. This important, site to date, over, 5000, fossils, from this one site have, been identified, and categorized, it, was declared a World Heritage Site, in 1999. Montreal. Is the most populous, municipality in. The province, of Quebec and the second most populous, in Canada, originally. Called Ville Marie or city of Mary it is named after Mount Royal the trip will peak Hill in the heart of the city the. City is on the Island of Montreal which. Took its name from the same source as the city and a few much smaller peripheral, islands, the largest, of which is eel Buzzard it. Has a distinct, four season continental, climate, with warm to, hot summers and cold snowy winters. French. Is the city's official language, and is the language spoken at home by, 49.8%. Of the population, of the city followed. By English at 22.8%. And. 18.3%. Other, languages, in, the, larger Montreal, census, metropolitan area. 65 point 8 percent of the population speaks. French at home compared. To 15.3%. Who. Speak English, the. Agglomeration, Montreal. Is one of the most bilingual. Cities in Quebec and Canada with, over fifty nine percent of the population able. To speak both English and French. Montreal. Is the second largest primarily. French-speaking, city, in the world, after, Paris, historically. The commercial, capital of Canada, it was surpassed in population, and economic strength, by Toronto in the 1970s.
It. Remains an important, centre of Commerce aerospace. Finance. Pharmaceuticals. Technology. Design. Education. Culture. Tourism, gaming. Film, and world affairs, being. The location, of the headquarters of the International Civil. Aviation Organization. Montreal. Is one of three North, American, cities home to organizations. Of the United Nations along. With Washington DC and New York and also, has the second highest number of consulates. In the continent. Montreal. Was also named a UNESCO city. Of design in. 2009. Montreal, was named North America's, leading host city for International, Association events. According, to the 2009. Preliminary. Rankings, of the International, Congress in convention, Association. ICC. A. The, 2017. Edition of Q s best student, cities ranked, Montreal, as the best city in the world to be a university. Student, according. To the 2017. Global, live ability, ranking, by The Economist. Intelligence Unit. Montreal. Ranked, 12th out of 140. Cities. Montreal. Has hosted multiple, international, conferences. And events throughout its history including. The, 1967. International, and Universal, Exposition in the, 1976. Summer Olympics, it. Is the only Canadian, city to have held two Summer Olympics. Currently. The, city hosts, the Canadian, Grand Prix of Formula One, the Montreal International. Jazz Festival, and adjust for Laughs festival. Nahanni, National, Park Reserve in the DJ, the Northwest, Territories. Canada. Approximately. 500, kilometers, west of Yellowknife, protects. A portion of the Mackenzie mountains natural. Region the. Centerpiece, of the park is the south and Hany River, poor. Noteworthy canyons. Reaching, 1,000, meters in depth called, first second. Third, and fourth, canyon line this spectacular, whitewater. River, the. Parks sell for hot springs, alpine. Tundra mountain. Ranges, and forests. Of spruce and Aspen are, home to many species of birds fish. And mammals the. Park lies within three of Canada's echos owns the, taiga Cordillera in the West the, taiga plains in the east and a small southern portion, in the boreal Cordillera. According. To Parks Canada there, are 42, mammal 180. Bird 16. Fish and a few amphibian. Species found, in the park in the. State of the park report 2009. The NWT, government. Show attend species, that the Committee on the status of endanger, and wildlife, in Canada, had listed as special, concern, threatened. Or endangered that, in Haley National, Park Reserve provides. Seasonal, and year-round habitat. For these. Include, common Nighthawk grizzly. Bear all of sighted, fly catcher peregrine. Falcon, rusty, black bird short, Lyra dowel wood. Bison winland. Caribou, Wolverine. And yellow rail in. Addition, the bull trout in the Nahanni aster are listed, but without a status, and the Canada Warbler and Western, toad are listed, as possibly, existing, in the park, mammal. Species found in the park include, black, bear, Mackenzie. Valley wolf moose, true. Vole. Arctic. Ground squirrel, Marmot. Mink, IVA pine, marten, Lynx. Snowshoe. Hare River, ATAR muskrat. And red fox birds. Include, the American, kestrels, Walden, golden eagles loons. Redneck. Greaves sharp-shinned. Hawk sand, trumpeter, swans. Also includes the only known nesting, site of the whooping, crane fish. Found in the park include, arctic. Grayling burbot. And caillou, lake trout lake, chub lake whitefish, long, no Stace long, no sucker, mountain. Whitefish, northern, pike round, whitefish, slimy. Sculpin, spoon, head sculpin, spot, hail shiner and trout bert the. Diverse range of soils offers several specialized. And uncommon, habitats. More. Than 700, species of vascular, plants and 300, species of both bryophytes, and lichen can be found in the park giving it a richer variety, than any other area in the NWT. Niagara. Falls is the collective, name for three, waterfalls. That straddle the international. Border between Canada, and the United States more, specifically, between the province, of Ontario, and New York State they. Form the southern end of the Niagara Gorge, from. Largest, to smallest the. Three waterfalls, are the Horseshoe, Falls the. American, Falls and the bridal veil falls the. Horseshoe, Falls lies, on the border of the United States, and Canada with the American, Falls entirely, on the United States assigned, separated.
By Goat Island the. Smaller Bridal, Veil Falls are, also on the United States side, separated. From the other waterfalls, by Luna Island. Located. On the Niagara, River which, drains Lake area into Lake Ontario the. Combined, Falls form the highest flow rate of any waterfall. In North America, that has a vertical drop of more than 165. Feet. During. Peak daytime tourist, hours more, than six million cubic, feet of water goes, over the crest of the falls every minute, Horseshoe. Falls is, the most powerful waterfall. In North America, as measured, by flow, rate the. Falls are 17, miles north-northwest. Of Buffalo, New York and, 75. Miles south southeast of Toronto, between, the twin cities of Niagara, Falls Ontario, in. Niagara. Falls New York, Niagara. Falls was formed, when glaciers receded, at the end of the Wisconsin, glaciation and, water, from the newly formed Great Lakes carved, a path through the Niagara, Escarpment on, route to the Atlantic, Ocean. Niagara. Falls is famed both for its beauty and as a valuable, source of hydroelectric. Power. Balancing. Recreational. Commercial and industrial uses, has been a challenge, for the stewards of the Falls since the 19th century, Peak. Visitor, traffic occurs, in the summertime, when, Niagara, Falls are both a daytime and evening attraction. From. The Canadian, side floodlights. Illuminate, both sides of the Falls for several hours after, dark until. Midnight the. Oldest and best-known tourist, attraction, at Niagara, Falls is the Maid of the Mist boat, cruise named, for an ancient town Jorah and the mythical, character, which, has carried passenger, than to the rapids immediately, below the Falls since 1846. Cruise. Boats operate, from boat docks on both sides of the Falls. Located. In the southern interior, region, of British Columbia, Canada, the Okanagan, Valley is the second, largest Canadian, wine, region, located. Within the region of the same name, along. With the nearby Samil, kameen Valley the, approximately, 4,000. Hectares of vineyards, planted, in the Okanagan account, for more than 90, percent of, all wine produced, in British Columbia, and are second, in economic, importance, for wine production to, the Niagara Peninsula of Ontario. Vineyards. Can be found all along. 135. Kilometres, long Okanagan. Lake and many of its neighboring, lakes including. A SUSE Lake ska, ha lake and visix, Lake the. Okanagan, has diverse, terrain that features, many different, microclimates, and, vineyards soil types, contributing. Characteristics. Which are part of an Okanagan, taro, er wine. Production, in the Okanagan dates, to the 1850s, with, the establishment. Of Okanagan, mission and the planting, of grape vines to supply sacramental. Wines in. The early 20th, century, Prohibition. In Canada, wiped out many of the Okanagan, surliest. Wineries. And the commercial, wine industry in the area was, not revived, until the 1930s. From. This time through the mid 1970s, the. Okanagan, wine industry, was based entirely, on the production, of fruit wines and those produced, from hybrid grapes. The. First vineyard, planted, in the Okanagan was, at the oblate mission in Kelowna in 1859. Planted, by French Catholic, priest Charles van dizzy and was solely intended, for the production, of sacramental. Wine for the celebration. Of the Eucharist. Several. Small vineyards, planted. Mostly, with Vida slab riska sprang up until prohibition encouraged. The uprooting, and replanting. With other agricultural. Crops for. Most of the 20th, century after prohibition what, limited, wine production that took place in the Okanagan was, mostly fruit wines made from berries apples, cherries, or, even table grapes, one. Winery, Kelowna. Wines founded, in 1932.
Still. Remains, from that period and was the first commercial. In, British Columbia, and remains the oldest, continuously. Running winery, in the province, in. June 2010. Several. Vineyards, in the southern Okanagan, near Oliver were devastated. By a dam failure, that released 20,000, cubic metres, of water down, dust Holland a Greek triggering. A mudslide, with a 180. Meter wide swath of debris that extended, over kilometers. Of vineyards, and shut down the major roadway, through the area more. Than 16, hectares, of vineyards were damaged, by over. 240,000. Cubic, meters of mud and rock. Old Montreal is, the oldest area in the city of Montreal Quebec. Canada, with, a few remains dating back to New France. Located. In the borough of Ville Marie the, area is bordered on the west by McGill, Street on the north by rural day fortifications. On the east by Rue Saint Andre, and on the south by the st. Lawrence, River. Following. Recent amendments. The district, has been expanded, slightly, to include the rue de sellers rises, in the West st.. Went one Street in the north and st. Hubert, Street in the east it also. Includes, the old port of Montreal, most, of Old Montreal was, declared, the historic, district, in, 1964. By the ministerial, fires, culturals. Du Quebec Old. Montreal is, a major tourist attraction with. Some of its buildings, dating to the 17th, century it, is one of the oldest, urban areas in North America, in the. Eastern, part of the old city near. Place jacques-cartier. Are found, montreal city hall bon scott res merit and Notre Dame de bonsecours, chapel. As well, as preserved colonial, mansions, such as the Chateau ram is a in the Sir Georges Etienne, Cartier, National, Historic, Site of Canada, further. West, place charm is dominated, by Notre Dame Basilica on, its southern side accompanied. By the st. sulpice seminary, the oldest extant, building, in Montreal, the. Other sides of the square are devoted to commerce, to the north is the former Bank of Montreal head, office and to the west the, alder building, and the 1888. New York Life Building the, oldest, skyscraper. In Canada the. Rest of st. Jacques street is lined with old bank buildings, like, the old Royal Bank building, from its heyday as Canada's, financial, centre the. Southwest, of the old city contains, important, archaeological. Remains of, Montreal's, first settlement, around Place, doodle, and Place Royale in, the point Oakland Museum. Architecture. And cobbled, streets an Old Montreal have, been maintained, or restored, to keep the look of the city in its earliest days as a settlement, and horse-drawn. Collages. Helped maintain that image, the, Old Town's riverbank is taken up by the old port, whose, maritime, facilities. Are surrounded, with recreational. Space and a variety of museums. And attractions. Heed. Their view terminal, on the alexandra, pier serves as the cruise terminal for about 50,000. Passengers annually. From large cruise, ships, plying, the st. Lawrence, Seaway. Old, Quebec is a historic, neighborhood of. City Quebec Canada. Comprising. The upper town in lower town the, area is a UNESCO, World Heritage Site. Samuel. De champlain chose. The upper town as the site for fort st. louis in 1608, it has, remained the city's military, and administrative center. Because, of its strategic position atop, the, promontory of cap diamond, it, was occupied mainly by British government, officials, and Catholic clergy, after the British conquest while. French and English merchants. And artisans lived, in Lower Town military. Used in hamper growth in the upper town for many years and a movement arose in the late 19th, century to. Demolish the fortification. Sisyphus elite and as an obstacle to urban, development it. Was Lord Dufferin who successfully persuaded, officials. To preserve and rebuild them the, area declined and fell into disrepair, in the 1950s. But new building began in the 1970s. Most. Of the buildings date to the 19th century, although some, 17th, and 18th centuries. Remain as well the. Area has several commercial, streets like st. Jean Saint N and de PUE aid some.
Public Administration. And other institutions. In the upper town are the Quebec City Hall the, seminary, de Quebec the Ursuline, is convent, and the Augustinian, monastery and, model do de Quebec there, are many hotels including. The Chateau Frontenac the old city being a very popular, tourist destination. Parks. In the upper town include the les 1/8 artillery, de Governors and Montmorency parks, as well as the grounds, of Lydell de Ville the, lower town is a historic, district, located at the bottom of cap Diamont during. 1608. Samuel. De champlain built. A habitation, where its remains can be found with Place Royale as its center it, was restored with the goal of reconstructing. The French flair from its origins. Construction. Of the Church of notre-dame des, Victoires started, during 1687. At this location, and was, completed, during, 1723. The, musee de la civilisation the. Museu ville de Quebec the Kaserne Dalhousie. And the theatre petit champlain, are among some of the museum's performance. Halls theatres, and exhibition, venues in lower town places. Such as the Lewis Basin, Brown Basin, Lapointe, ik RC but, hairdo palace and the marche jus viewport, can be seen from the port of Quebec. Ottawa. Is the capital, city of Canada. Founded. In 1826. Says buy-down and incorporated. As Ottawa in 1855, the. City has evolved, into the political center of Canada, becoming, the capital of the country in time for Confederation. In 1867 the. City, named Ottawa was chosen in reference to the Ottawa River the name of which is derived from the Algonquin. Odawa meaning. To trade, Ottawa. Is the most educated, city in Canada, and is home to a number of post-secondary. Research. And cultural. Institutions, including. The National, Arts Centre the National, Gallery and numerous. National museums. Ottawa. Has the highest standard, of living in the nation and low unemployment, it. Ranked, second nationally, 24th. Worldwide, in the quality, of life index, endless consistently. Rated the best place to live in Canada. Ottawa. Hosts, a variety of annual seasonal, activities, such, as winter loot the largest festival, in Canada and Canada, Day celebrations. On Parliament, Hill and surrounding downtown. Area as well, as Bluesfest, Canadian. Tulip festival Ottawa. Dragon, Boat Festival Ottawa. International. Jazz Festival, Fringe. Festival and, folk music festival. That have grown to become some of the largest festivals of their kind in the world, in, 2010. Ottawa's. Festival, industry, received the I fear World Festival, and, event City, Award for the category, of North American. Cities with a population between. 500,000. And 1 million. Influenced. By government, structures, much, of the city's architecture tends. To be formalistic, and, functional, however, the, city is also marked by romantic and picturesque, styles, of architecture such. As the Parliament, Buildings, Gothic, Revival architecture. Ottawa. Is domestic, architecture is, dominated. By single-family. Homes but, also includes, smaller numbers, of semi-detached, houses. Raaah houses, and apartment. Buildings, many. Domestic, buildings are, clad in brick with small numbers covered, in wood stone.
Or Signing, of different, materials, variations. Are common depending. On neighborhood, in the age of dwellings, within them the. Rideau Canal is the oldest, continuously. Operated, canal system, in North America, and in, 2007. It was registered as a UNESCO, World Heritage Site, in addition. 24. Other national, historic, sites of Canada, or in Ottawa including. The central chambers, the central, experimental. Farm the Chateau Laurier. Confederation. Square the former Ottawa Teachers, College Office, of the Prime Minister, and Privy Council, Laurie er House and the Parliament, Buildings.