Halifax, the capital city of the beautiful province of Nova Scotia, is the biggest city in the Maritimes with a population of a bit less than 400,000 people. With 19 buildings over 50 meters (164 feet) and a beautiful harbour,… Read More »The Best Scenic Viewpoints in Halifax
Saskatoon is the largest city in Saskatchewan with of population of around 222,000 people, compared Regina, the capital city, with around 193,000 inhabitants. Due to its low population, Saskatoon is not the city with the highest number of buildings, with… Read More »The Best Scenic Viewpoints in Saskatoon
Introduction Edmonton is the capital city of Alberta. Because of its proximity to Calgary, a bigger city closer to the Rocky Mountains, Edmonton is often overlooked by tourists, but it shouldn’t be. Edmonton has a metropolitan population of more than… Read More »The 5 Best Scenic Viewpoints in Edmonton
Located in the Canadian Prairies, Winnipeg is the biggest city in Manitoba with around 800 000 people, more than half the population of Manitoba. Being the biggest (and only major city) in Manitoba, Winnipeg surely offers the best skyline in… Read More »The 4 Best Scenic Viewpoints in Winnipeg
Located at a two hours drive from the iconic Banff National Park, the city of Calgary is the largest city in Alberta and the third biggest city in Canada, with a population of approximately 1.2 million people. Having 20 buildings over 150 meters, the skyline of the city is certainly a view you would not want to miss.