Editor’s Note: The following contains spoilers from Season 1 of The Last of Us.Our neighbors to the north in Canada are known for several things. Most of them are very good, like maple syrup, Canadian Bacon, hockey, generally hospitable people, and some of the best filming locations of our favorite shows. Well-known hit shows like The Handmaid’s Tale, The Boys, Orphan Black, and Schitt’s Creek have all used locations in Canada. And the most popular show in the world right now, HBO’s The Last of Us, is the most recent entry on this list. The Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey-led drama based on the hugely successful video game created by Naughty Dog about the trials and travels of Joel and Ellie as they try to make their way across the United States to deliver Ellie’s blood immunity and to find Joel’s brother Tommy (Gabriel Luna) is actually shot in the tax break-friendly province of Alberta. And all the urban scenes are shot in the cities of Calgary, Edmonton, and the smaller suburbs of Fort MacLeod, Canmore, Bragg Creek, and Waterton Park.