Published to mark the Centennial of Canada’s First national historic site, designated in 1917, this is your guide to historic sites that help to tell the story of Canada. This all-new, 352-page book showcases 236 national historic sites and gives visitors fact-packed text that features history, natural history, and must-see elements and events at each place. Great visuals and poetic insight into the lands and events reveal how Canada grew into the creative, thriving, and proudly independent nation it is today. Each entry gives the site’s unique story and how it contributes to the greater story of Canada.
Just in time for Canada’s 150th birthday, this revised and expanded National Parks guidebook shows you how to get the most out of your visits to Canada’s 47 gorgeous national parks—from Cape Breton Highlands to Banff to Pacific Rim National Park Preserve, plus the five newest additions: Nááts'ihch'oh National Park Reserve, Mealy Mountains Park Reserve, Rouge Urban Park, Qausuittuq Park, and Sable Island National Park Reserve of Canada. 400 pages.
Written by national park experts who know the parks inside and out, this book is chock-full of handy practical information and is beautifully illustrated with stunning photography and one-of-a-kind maps prepared by National Geographic.
Produced by the Canadian Parks Council, the Nature Playbook includes actions we can all take to connect a new generation of Canadians with Nature leading to health, happiness, and a lifelong love for the outdoors. This 46 page, full colour, softcover book includes seven strategies of the #NatureForAll global campaign. Pick up the Playbook. Plan your Play. Make a difference.