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  • - Sport show featuring Canadian exhibitors geared towards the outdoorsman- hunting, fishing, and adventure travel.
  • An American's Guide to Canada - Canadianisms, how to tell if you're in Canada, information on the Great White North for American visitors.
  • Canada Adventure Travel - Tourism site with a search function which allows the traveler to match an interest or activity with an area and time of year.
  • Canada: InterWest Connections - Comprehensive information about Canada from tourism and travel to business, real estate, government, and education.
  • Canadian Geographic Online! - The Canadian Geographic Magazine featurea articles on travel destinations across Canada.
  • Canadian Tourism Commission - A consortium of tourism related national public/private sector partners. Provides organisation profile, membership information and photo library.
  • National Tax Refund Service - Describes Canadian Sales Tax refund eligibility to non-resident travellers returning from Canada. Includes information about who qualifies, refund procedures, FAQ, services offered and refund claim form.
  • - Internet Poscards of Canada - Internet Postcards of Canada and travel portal to various Canadian destinations.
  • Rec Travel Library - Canadian travel and tourism information with an emphasis on personal travelogues. Offers general information and regional links.
  • Summer Camps Guide - A listing of summer camps and wilderness programs for youth in Canada. Offers a camp directory by province, wilderness, boys, girls and co-ed camps, plus a format for updating information on camps.
  • Tips for Travelers to Canada - Travel tips for Americans from the US State Department. Offers information by phone, mail, fax or internet and lists US consular offices in Canada.
  • Travel Canada - Official tourism site provided by the Canadian Tourism Commission. Provides virtual tours, postcards and regional information. \



  • Balloon Adventures - Hot air balloon rides in southern Ontario. Features romantic sunrise and sunset champagne flights.
  • Fantasy Balloon Charters - Champagne hot air balloon tours over the scenic Fraser Valley.
  • Sundance Balloons - Offers balloon rides throughout Canada and the US. Details of locations, advertising, special offers and detailed brochure.


  • Camping Companion - Searchable directory of provincial and national parks, conservation areas, and private campgrounds. Includes packing lists, camping tips, recipes, kids' activities, and links to related sites.
  • CampSource - An Internet guide to camping resources in Canada.
  • Holiday Trails Resorts - Directory of RV parks that provides essential camping information for each park.
  • Info Camping Canada - Campground and RV park database-search website.
  • KOA: Canada - Directory of KOA campgrounds in Canada. Reservations, trip planner and vacation ideas.
  • MyVacationGuide - WebPage International's directory, which lists campgrounds and trailer parks in Canada for a yearly fee. Users can browse the directory or use the search engine.


  • Canadian Music Week International - Music festival, conference, and exhibition with thousands of music industry participants from around the world. 350 bands in 35 clubs over three nights. Held in annually Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
  • - Clive - A searchable database of Canadian concert listings.
  • Elora Festival - A musical celebration of the classical arts in an intimate village setting. Current season's programme, information about membership and volunteering, location map, and ticket and contact details.
  • International Music Day - Annual International Music Day celebrations on October 1st. Includes listings of community events, information about the day itself, and a registration form to list your event.
  • New Music West - Annual West Coast music festival; includes event and artist listings, and registration information.
  • NorAndBlues - Festival held each September in Rouyn-Noranda, PQ. Includes artist profiles, photos and audio samples.
  • North By Northeast - Large festival dedicated to new and upcoming music.
  • North Of Toronto Area - Barrie, Ontario music industry seminar held between October 12-14, 2001. Provides registration information, volunteer news and a schedule of events.
  • Salmon Arm Roots and Blues Festival - Annual three day event in August featuring folk, blues and world music artists in an outdoor venue in Salmon Arm, British Columbia. Includes a list of performers and ticket information.
  • SookeFest Music Festival - August 2000 Music Festival on Vancouver Island, BC.
  • Ticketmaster Canada Online - Buy your concert tickets online and look up venue information and seating maps.


  • Accommodations Canada - Accommodation listings and travel information. Offers a search function by city, province and type of accommodation or resort.
  • At The - Resource Directory - Offers listings of vacation rentals.
  • Best In Travel - Lodging year-round, throughout Canada.
  • Canada Lodges and Resorts Vacations - Extensive guide to accommodations and resorts and outfitters for fly-in fishing, ecotourism, and outdoor adventures. Includes pet welcome facilities listings, health resorts and spas.
  • - Listings of cottages and chalets for rent.
  • Canada's Cottage Guide - A listing by province and region of vacation cottages, with pictures descriptions and booking contacts. Offers a free one-month listing.
  • Canada's Lodging Portal - Provides searchable database of listings across the country.
  • - Directory of accommodations in some provinces.
  • Canadian Hostels - Offers travellers the means to confirm bookings at hostels online. Includes city guides, sightseeing and entertainment information, also chat with other travellers.
  • Canadian Innsite - Canadian Directory of Accommodations - Complete accommodations directory for Canadian inns, bed and breakfasts, resorts motels, hotels, guesthouses, country inns, campgrounds and RV parks.
  • Cottages on the Web - Online listing and database of Canadian cottages and vacation properties for sale and rent. Information includes photographs, written descriptions, prices and contacts.
  • Cottages Online - Source for cottages and recreational properties for sale and to rent.
  • Great West Cabins - Listings of cabin rentals, sales, and exchanges in central and western Canada.
  • holiday homes.canada - Accommodation guide for visitors to Canada looking for furnished rental accommodations. Includes advice to both owners and renters, online registration and also web services for owners.
  • Inn Canada - Canadian Directory of Accommodations - Accommodations directory for inns, bed and breakfasts, resorts motels, hotels, guesthouses, country inns, campgrounds and RV parks.
  • Krazy Moose Canadian Vacation Rentals - Bed and breakfasts, mountain cabins, lakefront cottages, and vacation homes listed throughout Canada.
  • Places to Stay in Canada - Easy online hotel reservations for the Canada, Ontario, Toronto, Victoria, Montreal, Quebec, and Banff. Book your hotel with our secure, real-time, booking engine.
  • Places to stay in Canada - A directory of vacation rentals for the independent traveler when visiting Canada. Lists properties by province.
  • Spirit of the North - A cottage rental referral and listing service. Offers comprehensive descriptions of properties by province and region, with booking information and links to cottage web sites.
  • - Directory of bed and breakfasts, inns and lodges throughout Canada.


  • Artefacts Canada - Provides access to information on millions of museum objects, natural history specimens and archaeological sites.
  • Canadian Heritage Information Network - Guide to Canadian Museums and Galleries provided by an agency within the federal Department of Canadian Heritage.
  • Canadian Heritage Information Network - The Virtual Museum of Canada connects to thousands of images of art and artifacts, educational resources, original exhibits and a searchable directory of Canadian museums and galleries.
  • Canadian Museum of Civilization - Information for visitors, and also many online exhibits about Canadian history, military history, Native peoples, folk culture, archaeology, and ancient civilizations.
  • CultureCanada - Museums - Bilingual directory of links to Canadian museums and museum-related information.
  • The Japanese Canadian National Museum (JCNM) - A non profit organization functioning to inform people about Japanese Canadians through programs and activities. Includes numerous resources for those interested in Japanese Canadian history.
  • Acadian Museum and Archives - Information about the museum, archives and local community
  • Balmoral Grist Mill - Today Balmoral, which was built about 1874, is one of the few operating mills left in the Nova Scotia. It offers visitors the opportunity to see flour being ground and to examine the Mill's unique Scottish oat-drying kiln.
  • Barnum House Museum - Displays of the contents of an early 19th century gentleman's home in the neo-classical style, near Grafton, Ontario.
  • Barrington Woolen Mill - In 1968 the mill, with its unique collection of carding machines, spinning jennies, looms,a dye house and wool-scouring equipment, became part of the Nova Scotia Museum.
  • Canadian Museum of Civilization - Canada's history, military history, Native peoples, folk culture, archaeology, and ancient civilizations.
  • The Canadian Petroleum Hall of Fame - To recognize, document, preserve, and publicize the names and deeds of those persons, both alive and deceased, whom have made contributions to the advancement of the Canadian Petroleum Industry
  • Centre d'histoire de Montréal - Presentation of the history of Montréal. En Francais with some English translation.
  • Chilliwack Museum and Archives - Information on exhibitions, education programs, archive materials and local history. Includes hours of operation and a location map.
  • Creston & District Museum & Archives - - is filled with remnants of the past. Outside, find a trapper's cabin, a turn-of-the-century schoolhouse, an historic steam locomotive, and early farm machinery. Indoors, visit an early store and doctor's office, examine the unique Kutenai Canoe, and chat with pioneer ladies and prospectors.
  • Cumberland County Museum - Preservation and exhibition of the history of Cumberland County, Nova Scotia, with exhibits ranging from the prehistoric period to the present. Located in Amherst, Nova Scotia.
  • Dawson City Museum and Historical Society - With the largest historical collection in the Yukon Territory, the Dawson City Museum and Historical Society relates the history of the people there.
  • The Dory Shop - Visitors to the Nova Scoatian Dory Shop museum can see from start to finish how dories were built.
  • The Elphinstone Pioneer Museum - Enjoy stories from the pioneers of the Sunshine Coast illustrated with intriguing artifacts and historical photographs.Located in Gibsons, British Columbia.
  • Firefighters Museum of Nova Scotia - - this museum offers you a chance to see almost every type of fire engine ever used in Nova Scotia, and in many other places as well.
  • Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic - Housed in bright red buildings on the Lunenburg waterfront, with floating vessels at wharfside, get your sea legs on the banks schooner Theresa E. Connor.
  • Fisherman's Life Museum - This museum has been refurnished with the ordinary things of rural living from Nova Scotia fishing communities-a parlour pump organ, hooked mats, grandmother's favourite dishes and a woodstove-based on recollections of the family and community.
  • Fort Langley National Historic Site - Learn more about the fur trade and the Hudson's Bay Company with costumed interpreters and historic artifacts at an 1839 fort in British Columbia. English or en Francais.
  • Fort Saskatchwan Museum and Historical Society - The Fort Saskatchewan Museum is located next to the location of the historic first North West Mounted Police post west of Manitoba.
  • Fort Steele Heritage Town - Photos, exhibits, announcements, resources, products and events are available for your delight in Fort Steele Heritage Town with over 50 exhibit buildings to visit.
  • Fultz House Museum - Located in Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia, in a house dating back to the 1860’s, displaying a collection of artifacts, which interpret the cultural past of the Sackville area and the Fultz family. The beautiful grounds and gardens are excellent for photographs and weddings.
  • Gabriola Museum - Exhibits the history and culture of the island. Displays include petroglyphs carved by the island's first inhabitants, European settlement, and data on native plants.
  • General Store Le Brun, museum - Historical museum including 3 generals stores going back to 1803, 1827, and 1915 with guided tours, collections and garden.
  • Halifax Fire Museum - The Halifax Fire Department has been protecting the citizens of Halifax, Nova Scotia from fire since 1768.
  • Iona Connection - Cape Breton's Network of Heritage Resources - A site dedicated to the providing the visitor with information about Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, the museums and heritages sites available to see.
  • Macaulay Heritage Park Museum - Displays of the rich history of Prince Edward County with exhibits showing the county's beginnings to the present.
  • Manitoba Museum of Man and Nature, Planetarium, Science Centre - Renowned for its combined human and natural heritage themes. Offers exhibitions, publications, on-site and outreach programs.
  • McCord Museum - Features collections dating primarily from the 19th century to today, detailing the heritage of Montréal and Québec. Information about guided tours, school programs, archives, and cultural activities.
  • Musée des Anciens Canadiens, Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, Quebec, Canada - The most prestigious woodcarving museum in North America. Come relive the art history of Saint-Jean-Port-Joli. You will discover, along with its history, an impressive collection of original wood carvings.
  • Museum at Campbell River - Exhibits representing the culture and history of North Vancouver Island and an Archives Research Center.
  • Museum of Civilization in Quebec - The museum presents and interprets the human experience via cultural and historical perspectives. Most exhibits are presented in both French and English.
  • Museum of Northern British Columbia - The Museum of Northern British Columbia, located in Prince Rupert, BC Canada, has displays of Northwest Coast human and natural history from the end of the last ice age to the 20th century.
  • NWT Mining Centre - Dedicated to perserving the mining heritage of the Northwest Territories, Canada
  • Peterborough Centennial Museum and Archives - Offers research material on our artifact collections and archival holding.
  • Pointe-à-Callière - Montréal museum of archaeology and history. Exhibitions, activities, and tour and virtual tour details.
  • Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre - Dedicated to preserving the heritage and culture of the Inuit, Inuvialuit, Dene, Metis, and non aboriginal peoples of the NWT.
  • The Royal British Columbia Museum - Presents the natural and human history of British Columbia through three different galleries, Natural History, First Peoples, and Modern History.
  • Saskatchewan Western Development Museum - Saskatchewan's provincial museum of social and economic development, beginning with the period of settlement in western Canada. Includes admission details and heritage quiz.
  • Saskatchewan Western Development Museum - Museum of social and economic history for the territory of Saskatchewan.
  • Stewart Museum - Collects, conserves, exhibits and studies artifacts showing the presence and influence of European civilization on the history of New France and North America. Located in Quebec.
  • Sutherland Steam Mill - The mill's importance to and influence on the community is still evident in the fancy gingerbread trim on many local houses. Recently restored, the Mill's steam boilers and machinery are operated several times during the season.
  • Transcona Historical Museum - Information about the Transcona, Manitoba area, guide to the collections, programs overview, bulletin board, membership information, and hours of operation.
  • Village Historique Acadien - An authentic North American historical site that refelcts life of Acadiens from 1770 to 1939.
  • The Virtual Museum of Canada - The Virtual Museum of Canada celebrates the stories and treasures that have come to define Canada over the centuries.
  • Bagotville Air Defence Museum - The site contains all appropriate information pertaining to this organisation dedicated to the history of the Canadian Air Force.
  • Billy Bishop Heritage Museum - The Owen Sound Ontario birthplace of William Avery "Billy" Bishop, V.C. is dedicated to Bishop and aviation history from World War One to the Avro Arrow.
  • Canadian Military Heritage Museum - Southern Ontario's largest military museum housing collections from the War of 1812 to the present day, featuring army, navy, air force, restored vehicles, uniforms and medals.
  • Canadian Museum of Flight - located in Langley, British Columbia, Canada
  • Canadian War Museum (CWM) - Living memorial to those men and women who served in the armed forces and research centre on all aspects of the country's military past. Includes information about exhibits, programs and collections.
  • Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum - Over 25 aircraft in flying condition. Over 100 pictures for viewing and downloading.
  • CFB Esquimalt Naval and Military Museum - Focus is on three military groups who have made an impact upon Canada's history: Canadian Women's Army Corps (CWAC), Royal Canadian Navy, and West Coast Defences of Vancouver Island.
  • Communications and Electronics Museum - This is a great site for anyone interested in the history of Canadian Military Communications and Electronics.
  • The Fort Garry Horse Museum - Museum site for a cavalry and armored regiment of the Canadian Army. Page covers regimental history, the museum and the regiment today.
  • HMCS Haida Floating Museum - Located at Ontario Place in Toronto, this actual World War Two destroyer welcomes visitors to view Canadian Naval history at first hand.
  • McCrae House - A National Historic Site, museum, and the birthplace of Col. John McCrae a doctor who wrote "In Flanders Fields" during WWI and revisited every Remembrance Day.
  • Museum of the Regiments - Located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, this museum presents the history of Lord Strathcona's Horse (Royal Canadians), Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, The King's Own Calgary Regiment, and The Calgary Highlanders.
  • Naval Museum of Alberta - The Museum of commemorates the prairie men and women who have served in the RCN. The museum is dedicated to the memory of Lt. Robert Hampton Gray, VC
  • Naval Museum of Manitoba - The Naval Museum of Manitoba. Featuring the history of Canada's Navy, especially as it pertains to Manitoban's who have served. Visit here for info on MTBs, HMCS UGANDA/QUEBEC all other ships of the RCN, The History of the Navy, History of HMCS CHIPPAWA, Merchant Navy, Naval Air, Cap Tallies and Badges. Extensive Ship's of the RCN gallery contains images and stats of most WWII warships.
  • The Organization of Military Museums of Canada, Inc. - Comprised of organizations and individuals committed to the preservation and the promotion of public interest in Canada's military heritage, this group presents its constitution, membership list, and a membership application.
  • Oshawa Military and Industrial Museum (Ferret Club) - This museum north of Toronto, Ontario houses the largest collection of operational military vehicles in Canada.
  • Royal Canadian Air Force Memorial Museum - Depicts the complete history of Canada's Air Forces from World War I onward, and is dedicated to the memory of Canadian airmen and airwomen who paid the supreme sacrifice.
  • Royal Canadian Regiment Museum - Museum of Canada’s oldest regular infantry regiment, located in London, Ontario.
  • The Royal Canadian Regiment Museum - Located at Regimental Headquarters, The RCR Museum is located in the historic Wolseley Hall at Oxford and Elizabeth Streets. Free Parking is available
  • Shearwater Aviation Museum - - this website is devoted to the interests of the Shearwater Aviation Museum and Canadian military maritime aviation heritage in general
  • The Swords And Ploughshares Museum - Represents a unique approach to military history as its primary focus is on the Citizen Soldier (the Militiaman and Reservist) at peace and at war.



  • African Lion Safari - Drive-through animal park near Cambridge, Ontario (about 1 hour southwest of Toronto). Animals roam free in the park, while visitors are caged inside a car. The park houses more than 1000 animals belonging to approximately 100 species.
  • Assiniboine Park Zoo - Zoological garden in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
  • Bergerons' Exotic Animal Sanctuary - This sanctuary (near Near Picton, Ontario) started out as a sanctuary for unwanted wild animals. It now has 150 animals belonging to 35 species.
  • Biodôme de Montreal - Quebec. Visitor information, technology behind the scenes, exhibit and animal descriptions and photos, education program summary, and research project details.
  • Bowmanville Zoo - Small private zoo about 45min east of Toronto, aiming mostly at the entertainment of children.
  • Butterfly World - Zoo specializing in free-flying exotic tropical butterflies, finches and hummingbirds, in Coombs, British Columbia (north of Nanaimo, on the east coast of Vancouver Island).
  • Calgary Zoo - Alberta. Includes botanical garden and prehistoric park. Visitor information, news, conservation research and publications, education program summary, and elephant art.
  • Crystal Garden - Victoria, B.C. An enclosed biological exhibit containing exotic mammals, birds, butterflies, and plants.
  • The Ecomuseum, an Educational Wildlife Park - The Ecomuseum is an educational wildlife park located in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Québec, Canada. It contains over 90 species of wildlife in their natural environment. Bilingual site (French and English).
  • Freshwater Eco-Centre - Duncan, B.C., on Vancouver Island. It includes a Trout Hatchery and is next to the Cowichan River Dyke Trail. Visitor information, education program summary, and fish hatching, stocking and general information.
  • Granby Zoo / Zoo de Granby - Largest zoo in the Province of Québec, near Quebec City. [Bilingual site: French and English]
  • Greater Vancouver Zoo - The largest zoo in British Columbia, in Aldergrove (about 30 mins east of Vancouver). It has over 800 animals on 120 acres of parkland.
  • Indian River Reptile Zoo - Specialized zoo with more than 200 reptiles, near Peterborough, Ontario.
  • Jungle Cat World - Small zoo specializing in exotic animals, near Orono, Ontario (45min east of Toronto).
  • Kamloops Wildlife Park - Small wildlife park (70 species, mostly endangered) in the interior of British Columbia.
  • Magnetic Hill Zoo - Atlantic Canada's largest zoo, in Moncton, New Brunswick. It contains more than 400 animals of over 90 different species.
  • MarineLand - Theme park and aquarium in Niagara Falls, Ontario. It has a collection of killer and beluga whales.
  • Papanack Park Zoo - Family-owned facility that breeds exotic animals and birds; includes a listing of animals and zoo information and events. Located in Wendover, Ontario.
  • Parc Safari - Drive-through and walk-through animal park in Hemmingford, Québec, 30min. south of Montréal (near the US border). It contains 90 exotic species (approx. 1000 animals). Bilingual site (English and French).
  • Toronto Zoo - One of the largest zoos in North America. Includes information on conservation and education activities.
  • Valley Zoo - Small municipal zoo in Edmonton, Alberta, with a special collection of birds of prey.
  • Vancouver Aquarium - Marine Science Centre - Visitor information, education program summary, gallery tour with photos and descriptions, research and conservation information, and a Beluga whale webcam.
  • Zoo Sauvage - Zoo specializing in the native wildlife of Canada, in St-Félicien, Québec. Bilingual site (English and French).


  • Aad's Travel Books - An online travel guide for visiting eastern Canada by a Dutch author of travel guidebooks with many links to tourism websites in North America.
  • Accommodations in Canada - Directory of various accommodations across the country.
  • Adventures Galore in Canada - Listing of things to see, to do, to visit and where to stay and eat in Canada.
  • All Canada Travel - Information on travel to Canada, covering airlines, accommodation, resorts, trains, car rental, backpacking, cruises and gay travel.
  • B & B Tour Guide - Bed and breakfast directory sorted by province, region and city. Information for guests and owners.
  • Budget Travel - This page is filled with links for the budget traveler, including hotels, airlines, maps and weather.
  • Canada for Visitors - Hundreds of links broken down by Province and region to help the visitor to Canada find the information they need quickly.
  • Canada Tourist Destinations - Lists many Canadian travel, recreation and tourist destinations selectable by province, activity and destination.
  • Canada TravelCyber Highway - Tourist information, links to currency conversion, weather, road maps, and Canadian government information.
  • - A guide to information about vacations, group travel, destinations and reservation service for accommodations.
  • Canadian Cities in the Summer - Summer activities, city guides, city maps, online newspapers, and local weather forecasts to help you plan your summer vacation in Canada.
  • Canadian Travel Guide - Activities, events, attractions, destination information and travel planning.
  • Canadian Wireless Travel Resource - A wireless directory delivering information for various cities. Provides contact information, list of available cities and partner details.
  • - A travel guide organized by province and providing information on accommodations, tour operators, airlines, car rentals and cruises.
  • Directions Online Canada - A directory to municipalities, travel guides, maps, activities, accommodations, weather, road conditions, conversions, resources and shopping.
  • e-lynks Canadian Web Sites - A general index anddirectory to Canadian web sites, including travel destinations and provincial guides.
  • - Tourist Network of Canada - Offers information and links for travel in Canada with city guides, maps, weather forecasts, pictures and postcards and tourism information.
  • iExplore: Canada travel - Travel resource for planning and booking a trip to Canada; includes general information, descriptions of activities, attractions, special areas, transportation, travel advisory information and among other tips, when to go.
  • Kmbykm - Highway information presented in stages for travelers planning a driving vacation or road trip in the Western Provinces.
  • MOM's Way - Travel the scenic MOM's Way highway; going through Manitoba, Ontario and Minnesota.
  • My Tourist Info - Tourist Information for Western Canada. British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba travel information organized by province, tourist region and community.
  • The Spirit of Canada - Offers guides to popular Canadian destinations with reader's recommendations. Gives travel advice, information exchange and a travel planner.
  • Tour Canada - An internet tour of sites in Canada of interest to visitors. Includes the Trans-Canada Trail.
  • Trans Canada Highway travelling information - A one-stop information source about travel by road along the Trans-Canada Highway with information about all the provinces and towns along the way, as well as Canada-specific travel information.
  • Travel Ads Canada - An on line network of Canadian tourism directories including accommodations, attractions, entertainment, attractions, shopping, tours and transportation.
  • Vacations in Canada - A showcase of adventure trips, cruises, hotels and resorts Canada - wide. Offers destinations by type of holiday and province.
  • A World Web Travel Guide for Canada - This travel and tourism guide features accommodations, activities, attractions, events, restaurants, shops and interactive maps, plus the ability to create a travel itinerary.
  • - Canada Guide - Tourism information for travellers and backpackers in Canada.

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