Canada is located in northern North America. It faces the Atlantic Ocean to the east, the Pacific Ocean to the west, the Alaska to the northwest, and the Davis Strait to the northeast and Greenland (Dan). It borders the United States in the south and the Arctic Circle in the north. The coastline is about 240,000 kilometers long. The tourism industry here is developed. Canada ranks ninth among the countries with the highest tourism revenue in the world. It is also one of the countries with the world's best residential city selection and the most domestic cities. There are 18 United Nations World Heritage Sites (UNESCO) in Canada, 10 in the east coast of Canada, and 8 in BC, Alberta and Northwest Territories in Canada.Wikipedia - World Heritage of Canada. For more information about going to Canada, please seeIntroduction to Tourism Canada ~ Go to Canada
Located in the Aurora Strip, the town of Yellowknife, Canada, close to the Arctic Circle (about 62 degrees north latitude), as long as the weather is clear on the night can easily see the aurora, is the first choice for watching the Northern Lights.
Churchill is located in the northernmost part of Canada. Because of its proximity to the Arctic Circle, many polar bears gather here from October to November every year.
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