Starting on the left coast I’d check out Vancouver and wissler. Stanley park in Vancouver is really nice to visit. Wissler should have snow until late spring up in the mountains. Golden B.C. is beautiful, we camped there on the side of a mountain, the view is spectacular. Lake Louise is a national treasure, again it’s a beautiful area, but a little to much do a tourist trap for me. Jasper national park is a great drive through the mountains, in the south the mountains are tight together and very imposing, in the north the mountains are farther apart and more majestic.
Edmonton has a huge mall with an amusement park inside. It’s full days trip to just walk the mall, I’d go there with a plan, because everyone has walked a mall before.
Calgary is a unique city. In the summer there’s the stampede. Chuck wagon races and wild fair foods.
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. It’s referred to as the Paris of the Praries. There’s about a dozen different bridges that cross the river dividing the city. Along the river is a nice park and many photo opportunities.
Winnipeg, Manitoba. Some cool architecture. An old Masonic temple is now the city hall or courthouse. I forget it’s been a while.
Ontario. In no peticular order. There’s Niagara Falls, nice tourist town. Georgian bay has water as blue as the Caribbean. Algonquin Park is a huge wildlife preserve that you can camp in. Toronto is a world class city with a very diverse population. Wasaga beach is the longest fresh water beach in the world, just north of Toronto. In fact southern Ontario has enough interesting things to do that you could spend your entire trip here.
Montreal is a vibrant city. Most people speak English and French, although the French might look down on you if you don’t speak it too. (Snobby bastards. The French language police are a real thing, although they only care about store signage.)
Quebec City has an old world European feel in some districts. Cool architecture.
Down east. Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Prince Edward Island will give you a good maritime experience. Fishing villages, light houses and rolling countryside. Wanna drink? Visit George st. In Newfoundland.
I could go on and on. Is there anything that your interested is seeing?