After receiving over one million views on their first "Remember To Breathe" video, Travel Alberta debuts its second round of videos to showcase Alberta.

The agency travelled to all corners of the province to inspire travel enthusiasts around the globe to remember to breathe, it said in a statement.

“For the next phase of our brand campaign, we tapped into our strongest resource: members of Alberta’s tourism industry,” says Bruce Okabe, Chief Executive Officer at Travel Alberta in a press release.

“Our new visual content showcases hidden gems and lesser-known stories from all corners of the province, while delivering on our brand promise to create goosebump moments for our visitors.”

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  • Sierra West Cattle Drive (2)

  • Calgary Dining -Borgo Restaurant (2)

  • Sierra West Cattle Drive (3)

  • Calgary Dining -Borgo Restaurant

  • Medalta

  • Ponoka Stampede

  • Epic - Red Rock Canyon

  • Abbot Pass Hut

  • Ponoka Stampede (2)

  • Epic - Edmonton

  • Canada Olympic Park

  • Epic - Float Plane

  • Calgary Dining - Rouge Restaurant

  • Bodo Archaeological Site

  • Ellis Bird Farm (2)

  • Ellis Bird Farm

  • Epic - Edmonton (2)

  • Hinton Bike Park

  • Jasper Dark Sky

  • Epic - Writing on Stone (2)

  • Epic - Writing on Stone

  • Sierra West Cattle Drive

The new brand content will be used in marketing campaigns around the world and aims to showcasing Alberta's breathtaking beauty to potential visitors.

The first "Remember To Breathe," video received applause from around the globe and was named the best tourism video at the International Tourism Fair In Berlin, an equivalent of the tourism industry's "Oscar," Travel Alberta said.

Tourism accounts for more than $5 billion to the province's economy annually.

And how could it not in a province this beautiful?

WATCH: The First Remember To Breathe Video

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  • #1: Edulis

    <b>Restaurant</b>: <a href="http://edulisrestaurant.com/">Edulis</a> <b>Location</b>: Toronto <b>Owners</b>: Husband-and-wife team chef/co-owner Michael Caballo (who cooked at Niagara Street Cafe, the restaurant formerly in this space) and co-owner/manager Tobey Nemeth (formerly of Jamie Kennedy Wine Bar) <b>Menu item that may have gotten them on the list</b>: Halibut Roasted in Caul Fat, Baby Fennel, Parsleyed Fresh Beans, Sardine Breadcrumbs

  • #1: Edulis

    <b>Restaurant</b>: <a href="http://edulisrestaurant.com/">Edulis</a> <b>Location</b>: Toronto <b>Owners</b>: Husband-and-wife team chef/co-owner Michael Caballo (who cooked at Niagara Street Cafe, the restaurant formerly in this space) and co-owner/manager Tobey Nemeth (formerly of Jamie Kennedy Wine Bar) <b>Menu item that may have gotten them on the list</b>: Halibut Roasted in Caul Fat, Baby Fennel, Parsleyed Fresh Beans, Sardine Breadcrumbs

  • #2: Model Milk

    <b>Restaurant</b>: <a href="http://www.modelmilk.ca/">Model Milk</a> <b>Location</b>: Calgary <b>Owners</b>: Co-owned by executive chef Justin Leboe, formerly of Rush and Thomas Keller's French Laundry <b>Menu item that may have gotten them on the list</b>: 30oz Spring Creek Ranch BBQ'd Brisket, with Corn Crepes, Shrimp and Sprout Salad, Cabbage, Grilled Scallions

  • #2: Model Milk

    <b>Restaurant</b>: <a href="http://www.modelmilk.ca/">Model Milk</a> <b>Location</b>: Calgary <b>Owners</b>: Co-owned by executive chef Justin Leboe, formerly of Rush and Thomas Keller's French Laundry <b>Menu item that may have gotten them on the list</b>: 30oz Spring Creek Ranch BBQ'd Brisket, with Corn Crepes, Shrimp and Sprout Salad, Cabbage, Grilled Scallions

  • #3: Ursa

    <b>Restaurant</b>: <a href="http://ursa-restaurant.com/">Ursa</a> <b>Location</b>: Toronto <b>Owners</b>: Brothers Lucas (co-owner) and Jacob Sharkey Pearce (co-owner/chef) <b>Menu item that may have gotten them on the list</b>: House-cured water buffalo bresaola paired with burrata, with ox-eye daisy pickle and wild greens (<a href="http://news.nationalpost.com/2012/06/16/restaurant-review-ursa/">as described in The National Post</a>)

  • #3: Ursa

    <b>Restaurant</b>: <a href="http://ursa-restaurant.com/">Ursa</a> <b>Location</b>: Toronto <b>Owners</b>: Brothers Lucas (co-owner) and Jacob Sharkey Pearce (co-owner/chef) <b>Menu item that may have gotten them on the list</b>: House-cured water buffalo bresaola paired with burrata, with ox-eye daisy pickle and wild greens (<a href="http://news.nationalpost.com/2012/06/16/restaurant-review-ursa/">as described in The National Post</a>)

  • #4: Acadia

    <b>Restaurant</b>: <a href="http://www.acadiarestaurant.com/">Acadia</a> <b>Location</b>: Toronto <b>Owners</b>: Scott and Lindsay Selland, with new chef Patrick Kriss (formerly of Splendido) at the helm as of May (former chef Matt Blondin left to go to Momofuku Daisho) <b>Menu item that may have gotten them on the list</b>: Prawn-stuffed chicken leg, with fried chicken liver, cippolini, maple syrup and hazelnut

  • #4: Acadia

    <b>Restaurant</b>: <a href="http://www.acadiarestaurant.com/">Acadia</a> <b>Location</b>: Toronto <b>Owners</b>: Scott and Lindsay Selland, with new chef Patrick Kriss (formerly of Splendido) at the helm as of May (former chef Matt Blondin left to go to Momofuku Daisho) <b>Menu item that may have gotten them on the list</b>: Prawn-stuffed chicken leg, with fried chicken liver, cippolini, maple syrup and hazelnut

  • #5: Pastaga

    <b>Restaurant</b>: <a href="http://www.pastaga.ca/">Pastaga</a> <b>Location</b>: Montreal <b>Owners</b>: Chefs and co-owners Martin Juneau (formerly of La Montée and Newton) and Jean-Philippe Breton <b>Menu item that may have gotten them on the list</b>: Boudin noir and foie gras poêlé crémeux carotte épicé (black sausage and pan-fried foie gras with creamy, spicy carrots)

  • #5: Pastaga

    <b>Restaurant</b>: <a href="http://www.pastaga.ca/">Pastaga</a> <b>Location</b>: Montreal <b>Owners</b>: Chefs and co-owners Martin Juneau (formerly of La Montée and Newton) and Jean-Philippe Breton <b>Menu item that may have gotten them on the list</b>: Boudin noir and foie gras poêlé crémeux carotte épicé (black sausage and pan-fried foie gras with creamy, spicy carrots)

  • #6: Hopgood's Foodliner

    <b>Restaurant</b>: <a href="http://hopgoodsfoodliner.com/">Hopgood's Foodliner</a> <b>Location</b>: Toronto <b>Owners</b>: Geoff Hopgood, former chef at Hoof Café <b>Menu item that may have gotten them on the list</b>: "Cassoulet-like stew of creamy French flageolets thick with meaty sweetbreads and tiny sage-scented sausages, a perfectly flaky Parker roll on the side" (<a href="http://www.nowtoronto.com/food/story.cfm?content=185221">as described in NOW magazine</a>)

  • #6: Hopgood's Foodliner

    <b>Restaurant</b>: <a href="http://hopgoodsfoodliner.com/">Hopgood's Foodliner</a> <b>Location</b>: Toronto <b>Owners</b>: Geoff Hopgood, former chef at Hoof Café <b>Menu item that may have gotten them on the list</b>: "Cassoulet-like stew of creamy French flageolets thick with meaty sweetbreads and tiny sage-scented sausages, a perfectly flaky Parker roll on the side" (<a href="http://www.nowtoronto.com/food/story.cfm?content=185221">as described in NOW magazine</a>)

  • #7: Grand Electric

    <b>Restaurant</b>: <a href="http://www.grandelectricbar.com/">Grand Electric</a> <b>Location</b>: Toronto <b>Owners</b>: Chef Colin Tooke and manager Ian McGrenaghan, both formerly of The Black Hoof <b>Menu item that may have gotten them on the list</b>: The pork belly al pastor taco — or the beef cheek taco

  • #8: Keriwa Cafe

    <b>Restaurant</b>: <a href="http://www.keriwacafe.ca/">Keriwa Cafe</a> <b>Location</b>: Toronto <b>Owners</b>: Owner/chef Aaron Joseph Bear Robe (formerly of Splendido and Eigensinn Farm) <b>Menu item that may have gotten them on the list</b>: Pemmican, made with "strips of bison soaked in a rich, faintly fruity mahogany sauce ... accompanied by a dab of salad and ... bannock" (<a href="http://news.nationalpost.com/2011/08/26/restaurant-review-keriwa-cafe/">as described in The National Post)</a>. As of October 7, though, the whole menu will be revamped for tasting-menu only options.

  • #9: Borgo

    <b>Restaurant</b>: <a href="http://borgo.ca/">Borgo</a> <b>Location</b>: Calgary <b>Owners</b>: Chef Giuseppe Di Gennaro (previously chef/owner of Capo) <b>Menu item that may have gotten them on the list</b>: Char-broiled beef sirloin “tagliata” with lemon-arugola & truffle “patatine” (potato fries)

  • #10: Nora Gray

    <b>Restaurant</b>: <a href="http://noragray.com/">Nora Gray</a> <b>Location</b>: Montreal <b>Owners</b>: Manager/sommelier Ryan Gray, chef Emma Cardarelli (both previously of Liverpool House and Joe Beef), and designer Lisa McConnell <b>Menu item that may have gotten them on the list</b>: The Gaspor pork chop. served on a bed of cauliflower couscous (<a href="http://www.montrealgazette.com/life/Fine+Dining+Nora+Gray/6166272/story.html">as described in The Montreal Gazette</a>)

  • #10: Nora-Gray

    <b>Restaurant</b>: <a href="http://noragray.com/">Nora Gray</a> <b>Location</b>: Montreal <b>Owners</b>: Manager/sommelier Ryan Gray, chef Emma Cardarelli (both previously of Liverpool House and Joe Beef; Emma pictured here), and designer Lisa McConnell <b>Menu item that may have gotten them on the list</b>: The Gaspor pork chop. served on a bed of cauliflower couscous (<a href="http://www.montrealgazette.com/life/Fine+Dining+Nora+Gray/6166272/story.html">as described in The Montreal Gazette</a>)