Gosh, there's so much in Canada! I'll start with one category, then add more as I get time.
Beaches (just a few)
Cavendish: Has beautiful red clay
Cabot Trail: Spectacular scenery
Wasaga Beach: Said to be longest fresh water beach in the world
Toronto Islands: Unique in a sense it's part of a big city. Has a nude beach too
There are many more but that's all I can think of for now!
QUOTE(Incrediblelife @ Jan 31 2006, 03:23 PM)
There hasn't been much action in this forum, so I thought I'd perk it up a bit
I have lived in many places throughout Canada, and I have to say that both Vancouver and Calgary have been my fav. Vancouver speaks for itself - it just has a really cool vibe. Stanley Park is awesome (last I heard though they are getting rid of or have already gotten rid of the zoo, which is too bad because it was free and one of the best out there), and there are plenty of free things to do and see there - always a good thing for those traveling! Calgary - while I wouldn't say Calgary itself is that great, but it a great base to many places - i.e. Banff/Lake Louise etc. And I completely agree with Carmella - Canmore and Jasper are often overlooked, and they are nicer because they aren't overrun yet with tourists.
I really like Northern B.C. too - salmon fishing in Kitimat is fun, and Smithers has kind of a neat ski resorty type feel about it.