Travels with Rex
It is not easy to see all ten provinces of Canada in one go, but it is certainly doable over a period of time.
We accomplished this mission two years ago when we made our trip from British Columbia to Newfoundland and Labrador, covering a span of more than 7,000 kilometres.
So have we seen every part of Canada now?
No, what is missing are our three territories in the North that stretch above the Arctic Circle: Yukon, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut. With luck and health, we hope to see them too in the future.
In the meantime, enjoy our pictorial trip from coast to coast.
Vancouver and Richmond, B.C.
A story is often told to underscore the flat landscape of the Prairies, which seem to go on foreever in all directions:
Someone is driving alone in Saskatchewan. He falls asleep at the steering wheel shortly after a gas fill-up, and wakes up to find that his car has run out of gas again.
Prince Edward Island