Updated: August 28, 2013 1:00 PM
Canada's most famous roads

From coast to coast, crossing cities and provinces, the most notable roads weave a significant part in the country's social fabric



From coast to coast, crossing cities and provinces, the most notable roads weave a significant part in the country's social fabric (© Photo: Getty Images)
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  • From coast to coast, crossing cities and provinces, the most notable roads weave a significant part in the country's social fabric (© Photo: Getty Images)
  • Yonge Street (© Photo: CP)
  • Sussex Drive (© Photo: CP)
  • Portage and Main (© Photo: CP)
  • Sea to Sky Highway (© Photo: CP)
  • Bay Street (© Photo: CP)
  • Rue Sainte-Catherine (© Photo: CP)
  • Confederation Bridge (© Photo: CP)
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In Canada, there is no Wall Street, there is no Rodeo Drive, there is no Abbey Road. In Canada, there isn't even an autobahn, a Pacific Coast Highway, a Route 66.

Yet here, at home, there are plenty of famous roads we should be proud to call ours, thoroughfares renowned or notorious in their own right. Coast to coast, here are some of Canada's most famous streets, from picturesque bridges to traffic-clogged highways and on down the line.

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