To celebrate Canada's 150th anniversary, you can get free entry in 2017 to all National Parks, National Marine Conservation Areas and National Historic Sites operated by Parks Canada.
A Discovery Pass would normally cost £41 (CA$67.70) for an adult and £82 ($136.40) for a family. It provides access to some of the country's most famous sites, such as Banff National Park (Canada's first national park), and the Laurentian Mountains, described by National Geographic as "Montreal's four-season playground".
A Discovery Pass for a group of up to seven people arriving together in the same vehicle at a National Park, a National Marine Conservation Area or National Historic Site operated by Parks Canada. You can have the pass shipped to your address for free, or pick one up at a park entrance.
Passes are valid for use until 31 December, 2017, and are available until sold out.