3. Toronto, Ontario
Canada’s biggest city. Don’t miss the view from the top of the CN Tower. Or go see a Blue Jays game! The Jays are hosting BlackBerry Tweeting Tuesdays all summer — you can BBM your favorite players during the game! Crazy, right?
7. Flin Flon, Manitoba
The town takes its name from a 1905 science-fiction novel by J.E. Muddock. Grab your flip flops and enjoy Flin Flon!
9. Happy Adventure, Newfoundland
A gorgeous little town overlooking the North Atlantic. It’s all the way the edge of Newfoundland, and it’s a few hours down the Trans-Canada Highway from St. John’s. It’s a bit of a trek, so prepare yourself for adventure — happy or not.
11. Climax, Saskatchewan
It’s just north of the Montana border, and the weather’s perfect here in the summertime! The only problem is the distance from the nearest big city — Medicine Hat or Regina are the only places even semi-close. So you’ll be driving and driving, and you’ll think that it’s almost there, but the town just never seems to come.
- U.S. presidential candidate Ted Cruz ended his campaign after losing Indiana's primary to Donald Trump. Bernie Sanders won on the Democratic side.
- A massive wildfire fire is threatening the capital of Canada's oilsands industry, and tens of thousands of people have been ordered to evacuate.
- Smash hit "Hamilton" received 16 Tony Award nominations, breaking the record held by "The Producers" and "Billy Elliot."