Canada From Coast To Coast Vacation Travel Video Guide

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☆ CAEN MYLES SINGER SONGWRITER ☆ · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

Awsome Video 😇 😎

RampantArtist · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

wow… ns and nb… just oh, nice scenery…. btw vikings settled in NL not ns. So blow past 1/4 of the nation to mention a hotel in QC?? Are british tourists this bad?

the phoenix 315 · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

Where is Ottawa?

the phoenix 315 · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

I want to go and explore this beautiful country! 😃😃😃😀👍👍👍👍 🙂

the phoenix 315 · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

If you get a paint brush and mix Scotland, and France Quebec is the result!

Lisa Holmes · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

I use to got Canada with my sister and to watch her family member perform at the casio I think it is called Winsor it is by water and it has a boat too. and go to see festble and go chrts driving just enjoying the sights as a teenager me and my sister children and her boyfriend and their baby girl at time was 1/. I went for my birthday I was turning 29 birthday Lemo ride out with the girls. 99

tacfoley · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

I'm a mite peeved that we get some plummy-voiced British person narrating this, and not a real Canuck. How would THEY like it if we made a movie about Kings Cross to Edinburgh and the narrator was some redneck [like moi] from Wowota SK?
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R. E. Bruce Martin · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

Finally, a big thanks for the effort to show Canada to the world. and the music was special also, so also say thanks to the audio group. It had timbre befitting, which all too often is missing in recent miusic.

R. E. Bruce Martin · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

I had forgotten to add a comment on baggage and clothing.

1) baggage from Montreal to toronto has size restrictions, except for one train each way, each day, so chek your reservations accordingly.

2) clothing and weather: In March in Montreal it is still winter, so you will need winter clothing. In toronto it will likely be a bit less blustery, and then you get on the Canadian.Late the first night you will have a stop in Northern Ontario, so you will again want winter clothing if you get off the train during its stop, and don't stray too far, that stop is not that long!

One of the towns this is done it is Hornepayne. It is a very small town and the main reason for the stop is changing of train staff and replenishing of water and other onboard amenities. As itg is notable farther north,m it could be quite cold and windy when you arrive, so be prepared with adequarte protection if going outside and watch the weather. As the trqain again departs, it's bedtime…

R. E. Bruce Martin · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

at 18:24:

Toronto also has a slightly warmer climate than Montreal. Oddly enough, it is actually south of rome Italy, but it does not have the influence of the mediterranean, so it is not as warm as Rome.

Generally, in Canada, distances are long and temperatures vary extremely widely both seasonally and day to night, not to also mention by region. Personally I have been outside in temtperatures vary ibg from -45C with a 60 MPGH added wind (outside of Montreal) to +37 (in Mississauga, which neighours Toronto, so keep a close eye on the weather with Environment Canada. Radios known to Americans as NOAA radios are sold in Canada and also are compatible as Environment Canada provides a comparable VHF weather service in the same radio band as its American counterpart, if you think you might be outside in a more rural region, or driving long dstances. I bought one a year or two back for about $25.00 CAD.plus usual taxes (about 15%).

Also the terrain in Toronto is quite different. Montreal is on an artesian formation for about 35 miles around Mount royal, so, with that and the river on the north and south of the island, it is somewhat cramped for urban expansion, so much has been devellopped off-island.

Toronto, by contrast, is built for the most part, on a huge muc bog (although unless you were to go digging you might not notice it). Metro Toronto''s land ares aois some 240 Square miles, not including the extensive suburban and regional growth for many miles outside. Typical of Canadian citied, urban transit is largely government regulated or owned and inexpensive and also extensive, so cars and taxis are not alwoay sht ebes way to get around.

R. E. Bruce Martin · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

at a7:33…

"The Underground city" or ,, Vllle souterrain >> " more or less "viL sou-terAHN" also includes Montreals Central station, where trains for both commuter , intercity and international destinations come nad go. Also included via an undergroundp passage through the collection of restuaurants known as << Les Halles de la Gare >> is the main branch of rB C, the Royal Bank of Canada.
Canadas banks can provide a variety of serives involving Various currencies on a regular basis,

On one occasipon, I met a foreigh student from Brazil who had arrived here to do a University degree course, but whose English was quite limited. I realized that Brazil's currenty in the past was sof currency, but maight have changed more receintly. As we were both traveilling in the metor or rubber-tired subway, towards Central station, I was able to introduce him to the Bank where thettre were a few employes who spoke Português Brazilero and could familiarize him with banking in Canada and "set him up" with what he would need.

The bank is located in the main floor oif Place Vile Marie, on the north side of René Lévésque blvd, across from Central station and the Queen Elizabeth Hotel. So as I had said, the whole world is at our doorsteps in Montreal (but 35 miles out of the city it is radically different!

R. E. Bruce Martin · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

at 13:36…

the video memntions what is potherwise known as "the Quebec-Canada Problem". For many years this conflict caused a lot of loss to the Province of Quebec, from which IMHO, it has still never totally recovered economically. As with any conflict, not only are there always two sides ,but again <<au fur et a mesure >> the two sideness repeats at every sub and sub level and added aspecto of an original conflict – too often seemingly forgotten. If I were to go into the details, balanced for both sides, this would be a VERY long and detailed acconut! so I will stop on that one here!!

R. E. Bruce Martin · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

at 11:13…

As you said, reserve with via well in advance! also if you want a meal you will need to have a forst class ticket for that to be available, or if your trip is overnight, it will be part of a sleeper ticket, as will, I expect, come later in the video.

R. E. Bruce Martin · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

1) From A Canadian in Canada…

"VEE-ah" not "VY-ah" English canadians wil l know it by that parlance, let alone french speakers. (Personally I am English, Native, French a strong second, and spanish third." But also listen to Paul and the Langfocus Channel. He's got a video for just anbout every language ever spoken and a lot of added info in each!

In public In the Greater Montreal area, and usually talkative enough, Even a person who has little command of english or French will realize that my English doesn't sound like the english on the streets of Montreal. so, at times to avoid real confusion, I have to explicitly mention that it IS Canadian – it just comes from a different part of Canada, about 20 miles West of toronto, the latter which you will surely see as the Montreal-Toronto Via tran rolls into Union Station, about 4 hours after leaving Montreal's Central station.

2) As, <<au fur et a mesure >> or "in dynamic and ongoing proportion" you passed through the Citadelle, where was Baptiste? did he "get your goat?" (Baptiste, the goat is or was the mascontg of the "van-doos" ie .<< Les vingt-deux >> or the 22nd regment.

Also for visitors to Quebec, they might try a ride on the "elevator" that runs from << Haote ville >> (Upper town) to <,Basse Ville >> or lower town via the clife that is very close to the Citadelle. But surprise! That elevator, consisting of two cars counrterbalancing each other up ans down the cliffside are very old. the day I rode them from the basse ville, they were very crowded -in fact a tad too much! the car slowly started its journey up, then slowed to a halt, and slowly came back down again. Fortunately this was slow enough that while a bit of a shock to some tourists, was not rough enough for anyone to get hurt.

As the trip comtinues to Montreal about 240 miles up the St. Lawrence River, there is a lot more of the French ciulture there, but also a lot more:

It is said << Montrealest une ile dans la province de Quebec >>.But this has a double meaning!

1) "Montreal IS an island in the proivnce of Quebec" – geographically. Not a big concern, but…

"Montreal is a LANGUAGE and CUTURAL islanfd in the province of Quebec!"

– Quite a different and more important matter! First hand I would say you can find some 80 languages in a day on the streets of Montreal – the whole world's on our doorsteps! so makle the best of it and you can learn a world of stuff from it all!

2koolaree · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

The rail line is pronounced vee-a, not veye-a.

ruskodisco · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

The USA has nice geographical features

Dorel Oloier · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

Great Video!

Me Name · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

Newfoundland joined Canada in March 1949, becoming Canada's tenth province. Newfound is Canada's most easterly province.  Since then Canada has created, in the north, the territory of Inuvut.  The Viking community, from around the year 990 is located at L'Anse Aux Meadows Newfoundland.

Joe Scott · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

I do not know who you are that did this video but you know nothing about Canada. You spent 15 minutes in Montreal and 5 minutes in Toronto. Nothing of Ottawa Canada's capital. Nothing of Winnipeg or Calgary. The Via Rail does not go to Jasper. I goes from Calgary to Banff in Banff National Park. Your pronunciation of Kamloops is so bad I had to go back twice to figure out what you were talking about. I really hate people trying to make a travel video of what they know nothing about and does not even live here.

Josh Anderson · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

I love this music

Joyce Benton · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

My relative live in Canada and like there very much. They believe Canada is much safe and in order society than America. Canada has very good benefits and harder to find jobs. However, many people there don’t mind jobs or not, because if ones not working almost get same pays as working by benefits. Not many super rich, but all enough to live ok life. Certainly high taxes, but lower than America before. Now, I believe America is lower than Canada. Canada mainly doesn’t have their own army, only very little. Somehow, they are safe too. I heard many Canadians love their own President Trudeau and highly talked about him. He looks very young, handsome with courtesy.

Gerson Pereira Dias · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

Hello Expoza travel,how are you?i´d like know if you be still work in this train of this company?

Veronica Franklin · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

And Ottawa ???

Eric Parent · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

A Canadian travel guide that skips Ottawa?? What the heck?

Frantisek Janosik · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

good voice..

rick m · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

American charm in Quebec city? Obviously never been there.

Wayne Ainsworth · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

You were not on the Canadian Pacific line as described, you were on the parallel line to the north, Canadian National Railway

James Tan · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

canada dumped tons of garbage in the Philippines and the garbage has not yet been taken back by canada. shameful canadians

juvie grace 2010 · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

i loved canada… 😍

Peter Trochanowski · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

The second largest country in the world is also bilingual. / Le deuxième plus grand pays du monde est également bilingue.

TIMFO inc. · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

French colony left this land untouched.

Коля Гордынский · May 14, 2019 at 11:58 am

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