Canada is a super safety country and it creates a friendly environment for everyone – people and animals.
For example, on the way from Vancouver to Banff, there is the World’s Safest Highways (for Animals) exists. The overall cost of the construction is more than the million dollars. This highway overpasses in Banff National Park has been used by wildlife: grizzly and black bears, wolves, coyotes, cougars, moose, elk, deer, bighorn sheep, wolverine, and lynx. So they do not have an access to the highway, because edges of it are protected by barriers, but animals are able to use the “bridge looking path” which connects two sides of the road. It helps to protect people and animals from cars accidents.
On the photos below are shown the traditional First Nation totems poles, which might be found in the Stanley Park – which is extremely popular here, in Vancouver. First Nation people believed that these totems have a spiritual power and can protect people from evil.