O, Canada! These 6 Instagram accounts are full of photos doing you proud. Take a look! Make sure to follow us @londondrugs and we’ll #followback. Please do tip us off to your favourite Canadian Instagram accounts while you’re at it.
Not only does @GreatNorthCo provide quality photographs of spectacular Canadian scenery, it also has the cleverest captions of any travel account. Don’t mind if we do.
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A photo posted by Lyndsay Sung (@cococakeland) on
Lyndsay Sung’s Instagram feed is so sweet, we can feel the cavities coming on. The baker’s Instagram features cheery shots of her cakes, cookies, and cupcakes… need we say more? The pops of colour brighten your feed and yummy treats will hit you right in the cravings.
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Edmontonians, we could never forget about you. The yeggers_ account collects beautiful photography of the City of Champions, and credits the talent. Not only is the feed a great way to ramp up your #yeglove, it’s also a great opportunity to discover local photographers and Instagram accounts to follow.
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A photo posted by Andrew Knapp (@andrewknapp) on
If you’re a photography buff who loves dogs, this is the feed for you. Vancouver native Andrew Knapp’s Instagram feed chronicles his relationship with his border collie, Momo. He posts shots of Momo amid stunning landscapes, as well as the odd “Find Momo” shot, which creates a game for users. Good luck!
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Interior designer and photographer Lori Andrews uses her Instagram feed primarily for sharing self-portraits and landscape shots. We love how, as you scroll, the feed transitions through the seasons. Based in Calgary, Lori endows her photos with an urban Alberta vibe that any Edmontonian or Calgarian can relate to.
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A photo posted by ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ↠ C o r a ℓ i e ↞⠀ (@coraliedpn) on
Coralie’s Instagram account is a fabulous mix of day and night in beautiful Montreal. She also posts at @mtlshot but her personal account is our favourite. (We like the personal elements and occasional selfies.) Warning: most of her captions are en francais, so if you’re limited to English, focus on the photographs.