Canada is worth a trip or two beyond IMPAC5

With a landmass of over 9 million km2, Canada is the second largest country in the world, with 10 provinces and three territories that span six time zones.

IMPAC5 is a great opportunity to experience some of Canada’s beauty, but you may want to plan a few trips following the congress to take in all of its rugged splendor. To put it in perspective, it would take you a month to drive across Canada when factoring in tourist attractions, eating, recharging your electric vehicle and stopping for the night.

Canada has over 2 million lakes and over 243,000 km of ocean coastline across its west, north and east coasts. With endless natural beauty to explore on and off the water, Canada is worth a trip or two beyond IMPAC5.

Earl's Cove
Earl’s Cove, Sunshine Coast BC Photo Lucas Mitchell

Destination Canada

Canada is known for friendly faces, iconic places and rich cultures worth celebrating every day—from province to territory, neighbour to neighbour. Find your inspiration and (re)discover what it means to you.

Destination Canada

Destination Indigenous

Destination Indigenous invites you to see the beauty of nature through Indigenous eyes, experience the best of legendary Indigenous hospitality, and feel a deep connection through shared traditions and storied history. Join Indigenous guides on a transformative journey on their traditional territories, and enjoy the wit and wisdom of storytelling handed down through generations. Destination Indigenous awaits.

Destination Indigenous

Parks Canada

On behalf of the people of Canada, Parks Canada protects and presents nationally significant examples of Canada’s natural and cultural heritage, and fosters public understanding, appreciation and enjoyment in ways that ensure the ecological and commemorative integrity of these places for present and future generations.

Discover iconic places with Parks Canada:
National Marine Conservation Areas
National Parks
National Historic Sites

Pangnirtung Fijord, Nunavut, Canada
Pangnirtung Fijord, Nunavut, Canada Photo Sabine Jessen