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Canada's Nature

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Canadian Nature

Where's Fuji?

One of the more attractive aspects of Toronto, Canada is the accessibility of "nature" within such a short distance of the center city.  Even as Greater Toronto now exceeds 7 million in population, some of the most beautiful natural scenery remains in pristine condition even as it become semi-abosorbed into the metropolis.  In this video, Fujibara Films gives us an aerial view of some of these natural sites of Greater Toronto, including Webster Falls on the western end of Lake Ontario and Scarborough Bluffs just east of the center city.  

Montreal Dronelapse

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Montreal DroneLapse

RomeR
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Check out this fantastic dronelapse of the great Canadian city of Montréal, compliments of RomeR.  The video was shot from the perspective of the St. Lawrence River, facing west.  In the foreground you'll see the Grande roue de Montréal ferris wheel which opened in 2017 to commemorate the city's 375th anniversary.  The ferris wheel lies in the city's Old Port, the historic core of the largest French-speaking city after Paris; further west, you'll see the modern downtown, and beyond that the peak of Mt. Royal.    

Touring Canada with a Drone

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Colorful Canada

zimydakid

Top contributor Zimydakid created this amazing collage of Canada from a road trip across the great expanse of the world's second largest country by land area.  Strap yourself in for some epic bird's eye views of this amazingly diverse land.  You'll see the country's famous endless forests, some of its countless rivers and lakes, and also get a taste for its wildlife.  In terms of urban views, prepare to be amazed by the amazing aerial shots of Toronto and Montreal, Canada's two largest cities.  

 
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Toronto Aerial Timelapse-Hyperlapse 4K

Majestic

Top contributor Majestic, winner of one of the first Drone Video of the Week awards, is the master of drone timelapse photography - particularly with major cities around the world.  In this video, you'll get a marvelous dronelapse view of Toronto, Canada.  Shot at night, the video brilliantly brings to life this city on Lake Ontario, the center of a metropolis of over 7 million.  Watch it for the amazing perspective of one of the most impressive skylines amongst the North American cities.  

Fall in Ontario

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Lucid Dreaming: Fall in Ontario

elnaz555

The province of Ontario is home to some of Canada's largest westlands.  They cover much of the central and northern part of the province, where bogs and marshy areas abound amidst thousands of lakes and millions of acres of pristine forests.  In this drone video by Elnaz555, you'll get a bird's eye view of one of Ontario's cranberry bogs, which put wetlands areas to agricultural use.  It's near the town of Muskoka Lakes, an area of Ontario's "cottage country" located a two hour drive north of Toronto.  

Frozen Quebec

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The Beauty of Frozen Québec | Aerial Film

Matthew Chirico

Quebec is the most distinctive of Canada's provinces, having maintained its strong French heritage in a country which is otherwise much more tied to its roots as a group of British colonies.  Matthew Chirico gives us an aerial tour of this eastern Canadian province in the winter.  Using his DJI Mavic Pro drone, he provides stunning winter  aerial views of Montreal, Quebec's largest city, and the provincial capital Quebec City, which lies some ways down the St. Lawrence River.    

Quebec City

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DJI Mavic 2 Pro - Québec City by drone

qfsaviation

Check out this awesome aerial video of Québec City, compliments of Qfsaviation and his DJI Mavic 2 Pro drone.  The province's capital city is set on the banks of the mighty St. Lawrence River.  At the 1:00 mark in the video you'll get an epic bird's eye view of  Château Frontenac, the city's most visible landmark.  Completed in 1893, the hotel was built by the Canadian Pacific Railway, it's one of the country's grand railway hotels.  The hotel was a filming location for Season 5 of the TV show the Bachelor.  

Mavic Pro 2 over Quebec

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Mavic 2 Pro : Splendid images over St-Laurent River and Old Quebec City

Caffespresso

Caffespresso used a DJI Mavic 2 drone to create this spectacular aerial video of Quebec city, the last major city of the Great Lakes system before it drains into the North Atlantic.  Quebec city is situated near the mouth of the St. Lawrence River, which extends from Lake Ontario, past Montreal, and thence to Quebec city, the provincial capital.  The video contains epic footage of Quebec's Old City, one the oldest fortress-city in the United States or Canada with some preserved structures.  

Magdalene Islands

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La Îles de la Madeleine, Canada (Aerial Cinematography for BBC travel www.utcinema.com)

utcinema

The Magdalene Islands (La Îles de la Madeleine) in Quebec is one of Canada's least known natural treasures.  It's a group of islands located in the middle of the massive Gulf of St. Lawrence, where the St. Lawrence River empties into the Atlantic Ocean.  Magdalene's location in the middle of busy shipping lanes and the notorious winter weather of the region have led to hundreds of shipwrecks. Contributor Utcinema created this stunning drone video of these remote islands.   

The St. Lawrence River

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Le Fleuve St-Laurent

dizifilms

Canada's St. Lawerence River is the country's most important waterway.  It provides the connection between the Great Lakes and the Atlantic Ocean, and is also an immense source of hydroelectricity for Canada and the United States.  Only 500 km (just over 300 mi.) long, it's North America's largest river by discharge volume, and it created the Gulf of St. Lawrence, the largest river estuary in the world.  Contributor Dizfilms created this epic aerial tour of this mighty seaway.   

Drone Reel from Nova Scotia

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Nova Scotia Drone Reel

Brintonphoto

Nova Scotia is the largest of Canada's Maritime provinces, which lie in the eastern end of the country.  Brintonphoto used his DJI Phantom 3 drone and a ground camera to create this spectacular tour of the province, whose name derives from "New Scotland".  The reel includes footage from all seasons and provides spectacular aerial views of the coastline, the leaves in Fall season, and the skyline of the provincial capital Halifax. 

New Brunswick's Bay of Fundy

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St. Martins, New Brunswick From Above

PeterBloch

The village of St. Martins is 45 minutes east of Saint John, the capital city of the Canadian province of New Brunswick.   The village sits on the Bay of Fundy, a body of water which opens into the Atlantic Ocean.  Contributor Peter Block used a DJI Phantom 4 Pro drone, supplemented with ground camera footage, to create this beautiful aerial view of the cliffs of West Quaco, which is part of St. Martins.  Enjoy this beautiful spot in the heart of Canada's Maritime Provinces!

Nova Scotian Highlands

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The Highlands Like You've Never Seen Before

Brintonphoto

Brintonphoto created this stunning drone video of the Highlands area of Cape Breton Island in Canada's Nova Scotia province.  The Highlands are located in the northeastern part of the island, which is the easternmost part of the Maritime provinces.  The video was shot near the peak of the Fall season, and the colors are simply stunning.  The Highlands are considered to be an extension of the Appalachian mountain chain which runs down a portion of eastern Canada and the USA.

Newfoundland

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"The Rock": Newfoundland, Canada

gtingle

At the easternmost end of Canada is its Newfoundland province.  The province is comprised of two areas: the island of Newfoundland and the Labrador region of the mainland to its west.  Gtingle used a drone to create this aerial video shot in the winter of 2017, when ice freeze caused great disruption to the province's critical fishing industry.  The province and its relationship with the sea were memorably covered by E. Annie Proulx's 1992 Pulitzer Prize winning novel, The Shipping News.

Prince Edward Island

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PEI, Canada, Short video

lukehalliday

Contributor Likehalliday created this video with rare drone footage of Canada's Prince Edward Island.  The province, part of the Maritime provinces along with New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, is Canada's smallest in terms of land area and smallest of the southern tier provinces in terms of population as well.  The island is situated east of New Brunswick, north of Nova Scotia, and due south of Anticosti Island, which lies near the mouth of the St. Lawrence River.  

Manitoba by Drone

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Manitoba From the Air

TannerNG

Manitoba is one of the three so-called prairie provinces in Central Canada, sitting to the east of Alberta (which is partially prairie and partially mountainous) and Saskatchewan.  Contributor Tomtom used a DJI Phantom 4 Professional drone to capture the essence of summer in the Canadian heartland.  The video includes aerial footage of St. Adolphe and St. Agathe,  over-water footage from Otter Falls, Eleanor Lake and the Winnipeg River, and much more.

Demo Reel from Saskatchewan

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EpicJib Aerial Media Demo Reel 2017

epicjib aerial media

Saskatchewan is one of Canada's prairie provinces, situated between Alberta and Manitoba.  Its landscape is similar to that of the USA state of North Dakota, which lies immediately to its south.  EpicJib, one of the top drone pilots in the province, created this epic demo reel showing both the breadth of their work as well as the beauty of this province which extends from the USA border to the Northern Territories and is the only Canadian province with no natural borders.  

Western Canada by Drone

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Canada - An Aerial Journey

jonasgutzat

Top contributor Videosophy traveled from his native Hawaii to Canada to create this truly epic aerial tour of the country's western landscapes.  Shot mostly over British Columbia, the video will take you over some of the greenest forests and river valleys on earth.  With brilliant bird's eye views of this great North American wilderness treasure, you will appreciate why Western Canada is considered one of the world's greatest venues for hikers, campers, and fishermen.  

The Canadian Rockies

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LUCID DREAMING- CANADIAN ROCKIES

elnaz555

Contributor and drone pilot Elnaz555 is known for her epic drone videos of Ontario, from which she hails.  To make this video though she headed west, to the Canadian Rockies of Alberta.  She captured some amazing aerial footage of these impressive peaks around Banff and Jasper National Parks, home of some of the most beautiful Alpine scenery in North America.  To comply with laws, the drone footage was captured from within Canmore, outside of the park boundaries.  

Alberta in Winter

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ALBERTA is Breathtaking...at 30 º Below

Where's Fuji?

Western Canada's Alberta province, which attracts significant interest from summer travelers, is a magical place in the winter for the properly clothed and sheltered.  As the mercury drops and chinook winds bring in polar air masses, the landscape, covered by the Canadian Rockies, turns to a land of frozen forests and mountain lakes.   In this video, contributor Fujibara Films does a phenomenal job of capturing this ice-cold wonderland from an aerial perpective.  

Aerial Views of Western Canada

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A Photography Story from Western Canada

AttilioRuffoPhotography

The Western Canadian province of Alberta is a study in contrasts.  While the eastern part of the province is prairie country, its western part is home to the spectacular Canadian Rockies.  Top contributor and drone pilot Attilioruffophotography took his DJI Mavic Pro drone on a tour of this vast province, resulting in this breathtaking aerial video.  Traveling through Banf, Jasper, and Yolo National Parks, he shows us the spectacular beauty of Alberta from an aerial perspective.  

BC Drone Reel

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Aerial Reel.....Ode to BC

Aerial Eye Visuals

British Columbia is Canada's westernmost province, and is home to some of its most impressive natural scenery.  Using a Matrice 600 drone with a DJI Zenmuse X5 camera, top contributor Aerial Eye Visuals takes us on a tour of BC.  Shot over multiple seasons, the video provides bird's eye views of some of the most spectacular waterfalls, lakes, forests, endless hiking treks, and coastal scenes to be found anywhere anywhere in North America or indeed the world.   

Quebec Fall Colors

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Fall in Quebec

Omar Uddin

The Canadian province of Quebec covers an enormous land area - about 1.35 million square km or around 527k square mi., roughly twice the size of France.  Much of the province is forested, and in the more temperate latitudes the trees are decidious.  In the Fall, these areas become a sea of colors, presenting some of the world's most beautiful Autumn landscapes.  In this drone video by Omar Uddin, you'll get a sense of the spectacular beauty of the hills of rural Quebec near the peak of the Fall color season.   

Vancouver by Drone

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Drone Video of Vancouver, BC

christianluxon

Contributor Christianluxon created this amazing drone video of Vancouver, the great city on Canada's Pacific coast.  The 2010 Winter Olympics host city is the center of a metropolitan area with a population of about 2.5 million as of 2018, making it the third largest city in Canada after Toronto and Montreal.  Its also the largest container port in Canada, and the primary means by which the goods of Asia reach Canadian consumers.  Most would also agree that it's Canada's most visually stunning city.  

BC's Howe Sound

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Love this time of year....

Aerial Eye Visuals

Aerial Eye Visuals created this amazing drone video of a corner of British Columbia in southwestern Canada.  Squamish is a town near the Howe Sound of BC, due north of Vancouver.  It is in the Squamish Valley, which is an important logging area in western Canada.  The Squamish Valley was a shooting location for the 2015 critically acclaimed film The Revenant, including its most well known scene in which the protagonist was badly mauled by a Grizzly bear.  

Polar Bear in Nunavut

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Majestic Beast Nanuk

Florian Ledoux

Nunavut is the newest Canadian province, having been carved out of the Northwest Territories in 1999.  It is a vast Arctic land, lightly occupied and bearing greater resemblance to Greenland than to fellow Canadian province Ontario.  Award winning aerial videographer Florian Ledeaux shot this stunning video of a polar bear walking across the icebergs floating in the Arctic Sea.  The video illustrates the fragility of the world's eco-system to continued global warmimg.  

Icebreaker in the Canadian Arctic

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Drone on IceBreaker

dizifilms

The title says it all.  Top drone pilot and aerial videographer David Etienne Durivage (profile name "Dizifilms") created this spectacular aerial video of a cargo carrying ship operating in the Canadian Arctic.  The video shows the containership plowing through the thick ice of the foreboding Arctic Ocean, and the bird's eye perspective of this scene is incredible.  A ship like this is capable of breaking through modest ice coverings; much thicker ice would require a dedicated icebreaker to clear a path.  

Drone Shots of Yukon Territory

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Life on the Yukon

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The Yukon is the northwesternmost of Canada's 13 provinces, and one of the three so-called Federal Territories which run across the northern tier of the country (the others being Northwest Territories and Nunavut).  It has a very long western border with the USA state of Alaska, and its northern border is on the Arctic Ocean.  Contributor Bbloss was working on filming a TV show in the area, and used a DJI Mavic Pro drone to create this brief but fascinating look at this remote corner of the country.

Spring in Ontario

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Lucid Dreaming: Ontario Spring

elnaz555

In a temperate climate like Ontario, Canada, the transition from winter to spring is as profound as that from summer to fall.  The transition can occur quite quickly, depending on weather conditions.  In this amazing video, contributor elnaz555 filmed the Ontario landscape over a three week period and used timelapse editing to put together this remarkable aerial perspective of Canada's largest province turning from winter to spring.  The aerial footage in the video was captured with a DJI Phantom 4 drone. 

Drone Tour of Eastern Canada

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COURT MÉTRAGE CANADA MAVIC 2 PRO 4K

DJIFLY
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Check out some of the highlights of eastern Canada in the amazing aerial collage by brand-new contributor DJIFLY.  The video features footage from the following locations: the city of Trois-Rivière in Quebec, about midway between Montréal and Quebec City on the St. Lawrence River; the great city of Montréal, Canada's second city; Percé, a small town near the end of the Gaspé Peninsula on the Gulf of St. Lawrence; Toronto, Canada's largest city, on Lake Ontario; and Ottawa, the national capital, also in Ontario.  

Quebec Road Trip

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Canada Québec - je me souviens -

Macheco

The Canadian province of Quebec has a land area of over 1.3 million square km (about 525k square mi.), making it over 2x the size of the USA's state of Texas and over 3x the size of California.  Most of it far from the province's urban centers, and features some of the most spectacular natural scenery in North America .  Contributor Macheco went on a 2400 km road trip around the rural areas of this gigantic province, and created this stunning drone video along the way.  

Banff: Canadian Natural Treasure

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Banff National Park (2018)

jdginnovative

Banff National Park is one of the natural treasures of Canada.  The oldest national park in the country, it covers over 6.6k square km (around 2.6k square mi.) of the Canadian Rockies west of Calgary in the province of Alberta.  The park is home to spectacular natural sites like Lake Louise, as well as some of the most famous lodges and hotels in Canada.  Banff receives an incredible three million visitors per year.  You can check out Banff from a bird's eye perspective in this drone video by jdginnovative.  

Profile of Dizifilms

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The Drone Dish: dizifilms

The Drone Dish

In this episode of Drone Dish, Tyler Mason travels to New York City and chats with David Durivage of dizifilms. David is from Montreal, Quebec and discusses his short film "DIZI" which was selected in this year's New York City Drone Film Fest.  Also, hear how David was able to get his Inspire drone up close and personal with some Tigers at a Canadian zoo! His videos are features throughout the Quebec regional collection as well as the Canada collection in Countries.

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