Canada is a unique and diverse country. Although we share many common traits
with our neighbours to the South, Canadians have their own distinct flavour.
The following information may answer your questions when
Are you interested in seeing the natural diversity of
Canadaís geography? The
Parks Canada website offers
information on the numerous national parks, historic sites and waterways.
Are you wondering what the weather will be like when you
visit Canada? Depending on what month and which region you visit the weather
will vary. Visit
Environment Canada to help you
plan your packing.
Are you interested in Canadian foreign affairs issues and
live abroad or are you located in a specific region in Canada? The
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
provides travel information and keeps you updated on foreign affairs issues.
Do you want to know where all the jobs in Canada are? The
Public Service Commission lists
jobs open to the public within the federal government.
Human Resources and Development
website allows you to search for jobs nationally and from the comfort of
your own home.
Do you need to figure out how to convert currency,
temperature or apples and oranges? This
link will assist you in
converting units and measurements.
Are you interested in Canadian government issues? The
federal government website
offers links to various national departments and information for both
Canadian citizens and non-Canadian citizens may require.
Are you planning to visit Canada and want to participate in
celebrating national holidays but you donít know when? Visit the
Canadian Heritage website and
Did you remember to pick up those souvenirs, but are unsure
of how much PST was added? This
link will help you determine how much extra tax to pay.
Do you need to figure out how much gas is across the
gasticker.com to compare gas
prices nationally and regionally.
Are you interested in travelling around Canada but youíre
not sure where to start? Try
Canada tourism to guide your travelling plans.
If you require more specific traveller information, visit
the FAQs on the
Lonely Planet Canada branch.