Reasons to visit Canada this year: The U.S. Dollar is so strong that everything is 25% off, it’s so close you can drive, the residents are super polite, and my wife is from there!
On top of all that, to celebrate the country’s 150th anniversary, visitors are getting free access to all of Canada’s national parks, national marine conservation areas and national historic sites in 2017. That means free entry at 171 locations nationwide including 47 national parks in all 10 provinces and three territories. The normal fee is $7 per person but thanks to the one free Discovery Pass, it doesn’t matter how many occupants are in your car.
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