Visit Canada

  • >Skiing: Canada offers some of the most idyllic ski resorts in the world, such as Whistler and Banff. For the best snow conditions, visiting resorts such as Whistler and Banff during late-January to March is best. For the best prices on accommodation and ski tickets, travel during late December or early April.
  • >The Maritimes: The Maritimes, Canada’s most eastern provinces (New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island), offer some amazing historical and cultural activities. Famous for their seafood and abundance of national parks, the Maritimes are best experienced between October and December when Autumn is in full swing.
  • >Niagara Falls: For the best weather conditions, visit Niagara Falls from mid May until mid September. The peak season for Niagara Falls is in July and August so avoid these times for cheaper prices.
  • >The Rocky Mountains: A World Heritage Site, the Canadian Rockies are one of the most spectacular places to visit. Travelling during June and September will mean experiencing the Rocky Mountains at their most warm and picturesque. If you’re hoping to hike with little crowds, visit during early June or September.
There are three rapid transit systems operating in Canada: the Montreal Metro, the Toronto subway, and the Vancouver SkyTrain. There is also anAirport Circulator, the LINK Train, at Toronto Pearson International Airport. It operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and is wheelchair-accessible. It is free of cost. Press Here TO Get Ticket For Transportation
To dodge peak season (around Christmas, New Year, and early January), visit form late September to early December or February to April. You’ll still enjoy sublime weather, but with fewer crowds. Sydney’s winter low season (June-August) brings cooler days but hotter hotel deals.
General Information on Canada. Canada is located in North America and stretches all the way from the Atlantic to the Pacific, being made up of ten Provinces and three Territories. … With a total land mass of 9,984,670 sq km (3,855,103 sq mi), Canada is the second largest country in the world.
Canada’s electrical supply and electrical outlets (sockets, wall plugs) are the same as those found in the United States. The electrical supply is 120 Volts and 60 Hertz (cycles per second).  
English–French bilingualism among Official Language Minority … – “In Canada, 4.7 million people (14.2% of the population) reported speaking a language other than English or French most often at home and 1.9 million people (5.8%) reported speaking such a language on a regular basis as a second language (in addition to their main home language, English or French).
Canadian dollar USA $1 = $1.32 Canadian dollar

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