Many people often wonder what makes Canada such a special but one couple decided to take it further.

Okotoks couple, Matt and Karla Bailey, road tripped coast to coast to coast for 150-days to make a video for each province and territory, showcasing the best things to do in Canada on their website

On top of experiencing some of the best things to do across the country, they also interviewed people of various backgrounds as to what they think makes Canada special. From celebrities like astronaut Chris Hadfield to Syrian refugees to Parks Canada interpretors, each gave inspiring answers.

When asked about some of their top moments, Karla says "snorkeling with beluga whales in Manitoba, watching grizzly bears eat salmon in BC, sailing by icebergs in Newfoundland, rafting the highest tides in the world in Nova Scotia, and driving to Canada's arctic are just some of the things that stand out."

All of their videos can be found on and you can learn about their "Road to 150" trips at


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