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Visions Of Canada

VISIONS® OF CANADA begins in the east in the Maritime Provinces as the original Viking explorers might have. As the helicopter-mounted camera soars over Nova Scotia, it is hard to imagine such transcendent beauty was ever the site of decades of conflict, evidenced today only in the English and French names of places like Charlottetown (for King George’s wife), Halifax (an English lord) or Cape Breton (Brittany’s namesake). VISIONS® OF CANADA offers a new and unique perspective on some of Canada’s most famous locations, giving a taste of the history behind the Thousand Islands, plunging into the raging waters of Horseshoe Falls and much more. You’ll almost feel the cobblestones on the streets of Quebec City and the creative buzz of cosmopolitan Montreal, and then head west to experience the riches of the national capital in Ottawa, generally considered Canada’s best kept secret. Continuing west, the camera skims the surface looking for shipwrecks in Fathom Five Marine National Park, combs the beach at Lake Huron during the height of Canadian summer in Ontario, and finds itself, like so many, seduced by the pulse of Toronto’s modern metropolis. Here, the CN Tower, the tallest freestanding structure in North America, helps us find our bearings from anywhere in the city. Moving over central Canada, the camera sweeps over the sea of grass that is the vast prairie lands, climbs high into the Rockies where only professional climbers venture, provides the quickest route to the top of the 621- foot Calgary Tower, teases the tranquil turquoise waters of Lake Louise among an abundance of pristine mirrored lakes nearly close enough to touch, and joins the ancient spirits above the Pacific Rim to see the world as it appears nowhere else. After a journey of stirring beauty from east to west, the end of the continent at British Columbia can feel like the end of the world. But before the sun sets, VISIONS® OF CANADA tours Vancouver Harbor, the blue jewel in the green mountain setting discovered by Captain George Vancouver in the late 1700s - and then ends its journey in the capital of British Columbia, Victoria.

  • Format:DVD CATALOGUE#:AMA10198
  • $ 19.99

Additional Product Details

  • ArtistVISIONS
  • Record LabelACORN
  • BrandACORN
  • Number of Discs 1
  • Region4
  • ClassificationG
  • Year of Production 2009
  • Audio Type 2.0
  • Release Date Apr 1, 2015
  • Video Type Documentar
  • Running Time (Minutes)57
  • SubTitlesNONE
  • PackagingStd Amaray

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