Words are never enough to describe the beauty, vibrant communities, and attractive ambiance of Canada. So, let us look at this majestic country through the lens.

I hope that these photos will help you decide if Canada is your dream home. If you are already in Canada, these photos will help you explore your new country.

Green Timbers Urban Forest Park

The City of Surrey: A Popular Immigrant Destination in Canada

When I arrived in Canada around 10 years ago, I was told that Surrey was the fastest-growing city in Canada. The unbelievable home prices and other issues have slowed the trend. However, it is still one of the fastest-growing cities in the country. Today, let’s talk about the City of Surrey and look at photos from my personal collection.

View of the City of North Vancouver from a SeaBus

The City of North Vancouver: A Lovely Waterfront City

Are you raring to explore the world once again? I am. So, let me take you to a spectacular place that is worth exploring – the City of North Vancouver.

Whistler Olympic Rings

Whistler – A Photo Album of Canada’s Real-life Wonderland

Whistler is Canada’s wonderland. It is famous for Whistler Blackcomb, the biggest ski resort in North America and the 9th biggest on earth. Skiresort Service International also named it the best ski resort in North America.

New Westminster's Pier Park

New Westminster, The Royal City

New Westminster is known as the Royal City. This city is situated on the banks of the Fraser River in British Columbia’s Lower Mainland.  It is bordered on the north and west by Burnaby, northeast by Coquitlam, and southwest by Surrey.  It is also known by its nickname New West and is a member municipality of Metro Vancouver.

White Rock Pier

White Rock, British Columbia’s Beauty and Tranquility Uplift My Soul

My White Rock adventures cure my wanderlust while obeying the stay local health guidelines during the Covid-19 pandemic.  Its beauty and tranquility do wonders to my soul.

Beautiful British Columbia

It is called Beautiful British Columbia for a reason.  Canada’s westernmost province is blessed with majestic snow-capped mountains, pristine water, and diverse people. 

Festivals and Events in Vancouver

British Columbia’s ethnically diverse population adds charm to its beautiful scenery.  The rich cultural heritages weaved with present-day advocacies are exhibited through festivals and events.



Ontario is the country’s second-largest and most populous province. I got to experience the fast-paced, lively, and robust city of Toronto and a few other cities in the Greater Toronto Area.


Majestic Vancouver

Vancouver has been recognized as one of the most livable cities in the world.  There are many reasons why.