Exploring the diverse, rugged wilderness of Puklaskwa National Park in Ontario. There are unpredictable boreal forests and iron rich plutonic rocks, while cobbled beaches of Lake Superior feature rare arctic plants due to the cooling effect of the lake.
A look at Canada's largest National Park, Wood Buffalo. The vast boreal wilderness expands over unique salt plains and features large free-roaming bison herds and one of the last nesting areas in the world for endangered whooping cranes.
The only inland park in the Canadian Maritimes, Kejimikujik history is visible within the petroglyphs carved into the landscape, representing a time when the park's lakes and rivers were prime canoe routes for tribal communities of Mi'kmaq.