Northern Canada Tourism & Visitor Guide
Welcome to Northern Canada!Northern Canada is one of the few genuinely untamed and untouched landscapes in Canada and offers adventure opportunities that can only be found in this vast area. Shaped by rich Aboriginal traditions and often harsh weather conditions, Northern Canada is a truly unique destination, where cold winters give way to long hours of daylight in the summer months, leading to an insurgence of blooming wildflowers. At night, colourful northern lights dance along the mountainous horizon. While in the Yukon, follow the trail of brave Klondike Gold Rush explorers by visiting historic Dawson City. During a visit to the Northwest Territories, explore the natural beauty of Nahanni National Park and World Heritage Site, which is home to Virginia Falls, a powerful 90 m (295 ft) aquatic spectacle that is twice the height of Niagara Falls. Discover Inuit-inspired architecture in Iqaluit, the capital city of Nunavut. The extraordinary people of Canada's newest territory are particularly well-known for producing fine authentic Inuit arts and crafts, especially carvings.
Current & Upcoming Events [ View All ]
Looking for something to do in Northern Canada? Check out these current and upcoming events. If you know of an event that is not listed in the travel guide, please feel free to add an event listing (it's free).
- Arctic Winter Games
Mar 18 to Mar 24 » Whitehorse
- Midnight Sun Fly In
Jul 06 to Jul 09 » Yellowknife
- 9th World Congress on BA/BE Studies and Biowaivers
TBA » Great Bear Lake
- “9th Annual Congress on Drug Formulation & Drug Design”
Oct 19 to Oct 21 » Deline Management