Canada Flights GuideCanada is the second largest country in the world and the largest country in North America, best known for its beautiful landscapes and natural wonders. Canada's climate and geography can be vastly different from east to west with icebergs in Newfoundland and rainforests in British Columbia. Ottawa is the capital city of Canada and home to Parliament Hill and nearby Toronto's skyscrapers include the CN Tower at over 1400 feet. See the puffins near St. John's before exploring the awe striking Gros Morne National Park. Don't forget to have a poutine in Montreal before exploring the historic Quebec City Old Town.
The main airport in Canada is Toronto Pearson International Airport handling close to 40 million travelers. Vancouver International Airport and Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport are the two most popular airports behind Toronto. Canada's climate changes across the country with temperatures varying in each region. Winters can be harsh in much of the country with the exception of British Colombia's moderate climate year round. Coastal average temperatures usually stay around 20 degrees celsius while summer temperatures rise to around 30 degrees between the coasts.