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What's your favorite city in Canada? Why?

I think Quebec is really pretty smile


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While Victoria has a lot to offer, I have to say NOTHING beats Vancouver. My favorite urban metro city bar none.

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Kingston, Ontario.

Canada was far more advanced in the studies of epilepsy. We went to the hospital up there with Mom once every two months or so (we lived near Watertown, NY - it was almost a hop, skip and jump).

It reminds me of childhood, Mom, and home.


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Well I've gown up in Toronto and have lived there all my life, I went to university in peterborough and I can say that I'd easily live up that way again, but my hubby wont's to live in the Niagara regain he loves the falls. For me Toronto it is, because its my childhood home

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Orillia. I just moved from there and I'm homesick.

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That's not easy as I have never been to a Canadian city that I did not enjoy. However, with no disrespect to Quebec, Montreal, Toronto, Ottowa, Victoria,or Halifax, I would say Vancouver is my favorite: The Anthropolgy Museum, the Totems in Stanley Park, the harbor, multi-ethnic diversity and it's a departure point to the mystical Queen Charlotte Islands.

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I did not realize they have a Kingston in Canada. We have Kingston in Jamaica, West Indies too. And I think they have one in New York, USA. How interesting !!!!

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Kingston, Ontario.

Canada was far more advanced in the studies of epilepsy. We went to the hospital up there with Mom once every two months or so (we lived near Watertown, NY - it was almost a hop, skip and jump).

It reminds me of childhood, Mom, and home.

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This thread reminded me of a funny story. When I was 16, my family went on a bus tour of the maritime provinces (that actually started in Ontario.) We toured from Toronto, up along the Saint Lawrence, through New Brunswick, PEI, Nova Scotia, and even over to Newfoundland! In ever major city, we had the opportunity to view the University. Without fail, at each new campus I proclaimed, "*THIS* is where I want to go!"

I won't pick a "favourite." I can't. I haven't had the chance to visit even all the major cities, let alone the smaller gems of the provinces. I'll weigh in after I've had a chance to check out Edmonton, Saskatoon, Regina, Yellowknife, and Iqaluit!


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I was surprised to see Kingston, ON. It's about 45mins away from me. Of the places I've seen so far I really love Jasper, Alberta.

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When i was a kid I went to Canada with my mom & dad to visit family
While there i remember visiting a Church that had crutches and other things hanging up suppose to be of people who were healed
Would any one know of this Church and where it is
I wish i could find my lost relatives in Canada


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