I've been invited to a place called Sechelt, which looking at the maps also requires a ferry journey to reach Vancouver, so I'm not sure if I would stay there or Vancouver, and maybe just go over one time to visit them. Although I use ferries frequently to reach France, I don't like them much - but they are much cheaper than the train under the water so I still use them.
I drove my Mustang through Denver too on the way to taking it up to the top of Pikes Peak
I have lots more planned for it, and I'm always coming up with new routes or modifying old ideas. The Mustang copes the best of all my cars with the rutted roads in the UK and I have driven it through many fields (ploughed and natural) and even a (small) river one time! It also has the highest ground clearance of all my cars so another reason why it would be my chosen car for this sort of trip. It has a tough life with me
Going off-road and sideways around a race track, I demand a lot from it
I've checked out that road to Tuktoyaktuk - that looks like a long and lonely road to take alone... And I'm pretty sure I would need to take some spare fuel on board too before reaching Inuvik. Only trouble with this plan is how to get the car there in the first place to begin the trip. To be "sensible" I would probably consider Yellowknife as far enough up, since it's famously well known as being in NWT... although, if you are going to do something, you really should do it properly!
Mostly I am referring to the Caucasus regions, I car have friends in Georgia (Tbilisi) that keep asking when I'm bringing my Mustang over to join their cars, so I would also visit local countries where possible.
The only "common" African plates I see are in Belgium, on Morocco registered trucks, the rest are very rare to see for me, even with all the driving around Europe I do. But it's true, it's still more than you are likely to see in Canada! I've caught a couple of photos you've posted from around Europe (sadly I just don't have time to browse the site as much as I would like at the moment) and it seems like quite a varied trip? Where did you go? And I know what you mean, I've only recently started to take the odd photos of normal cars now, but still pretty much only with foreign plates to the country I am in. Except in Monaco where I took a bunch of regular cars on my last trip only because I knew the gallery was opening here the week after and I wanted to add some spots that were not supercars!