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Where I found my Canada calm

Four agents share where they have found pockets of peace in Canada

Where I found my Canada calm

Four agents share where they have found pockets of peace in Canada

Anneka Desrosiers, Southern Cross Travel

I found my Canada Calm after getting up super-early whilst staying at a beautiful chalet in Kenauk Nature Resort in Québec. I swam in the resort’s private lake, which had its own jetty.  The mist was rising and it was so peaceful and quiet – the most perfect, calm moment immersed in nature. My heart felt happy and content – and I had no idea at the time that I was five weeks’ pregnant! 

Catherine Denton, The Independent Traveller

I found my Canada Calm in the small town of Elbow, Saskatchewan, where we watched an amazing sunset over Lake Dienfenbaker. Then, as we drove through the farmlands, we stopped in the middle of nowhere, just to look up to see the dark skies.  I was blown away with the displays of the Milky Way, constellations and planets. I felt so wonderfully peaceful. 

Chris Hedley, Canadian Affair

Banff in Alberta is where I go for my Canada Calm. The bike loops that have been built around the town have a carefree feel to them – and one that you only get when you step away from the bustle of people, traffic, and Zoom calls! I like to take my mountain bike to Tunnel Mountain in the Bow River Valley of Banff National Park, where the trails are particularly special. 

Georgie Jenkins, Audley Travel 

My Canada Calm moment was the peaceful afternoon I enjoyed strolling through the famous Butchart Gardens in Victoria, British Columbia. The gardens, which cover 55 acres, were full of lush greens and colourful blooms and the sheer romance of the impressive Rose Garden made it easy to slow down and appreciate the beauty around me.

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