There is little chance of coming across leather-clad hunters, dancing Inuits or woodland caribou in the vicinities of Montreal, Toronto or Vancouver. But it is enough to make your way along the straight roads to discover the Canada of legends. A corner of the world sculpted by and for adventurers. From these myths, metropolitan Canada conserves the hospitality of the pioneers and the warmth of those who know the cold.
In appearance, Canadian cities are hard to distinguish from their US sisters, with large patches of land with concrete towers and multicultural suburbs which bring together many different ethnic groups. But Canada possesses qualities unknown to its large southern neighbour. Situated between the Pacific and the immense ski resorts of Whistler, Vancouver has its own rhythm and style. Hyperactive, but sublimely gentle. In bilingual Montreal, inevitably, there is always something new to be discovered.