Canada travel guide




Canada Travel Guide

Getting Around Canada


VIA Rail Canada runs more than 480 trains per week over a 14,000-kilometre network linking more than 450 localities in Canada.
Ontario Northland's operating policy calls for the efficient and reliable movement of freight with a major emphasis on consistent, high-quality train service. Medium-sized trains are emphasized along with reduced car handling and direct interchange with other railroads. Major operating hubs are located at North Bay, Ontario; Cochrane, Ontario; Hearst, Ontario; and Noranda, Quebec.


There are International and National Airlines: Air Canada and Westjet, both operate in Ontario.

And Domestic Airlines: Air Canada Jazz, Air Creebec, Bearskin Airlines, Parry Sound Air Service, Wasaya Airways.


here are the following Bus LinesService:

Greyhound Canada is the largest provider of intercity bus transportation in Canada, serving nearly 1,100 locations. It has become an icon of bus travel, providing safe, enjoyable and affordable travel to 6.5 million passengers each year. The Greyhound running dog is one of the most-recognized brands in the world.

Ontario Northland (, or servicing Toronto, Central Ontario and Northern Ontario.

Getting there

From International Cities: Direct flights connect the major cities of the globe with the Canadian airports.

From the U.S.A: Direct flights whisk you from most major U.S. air terminals to major Canadian cities including Victoria, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Regina, Winnipeg, Thunder Bay, London, Toronto, Ottawa, Montréal, Québec City, Saint John, Halifax and Yarmouth.

United Airlines, through Atlantic Coast Airlines, now offers regional jet service between Chicago's O'Hare International Airport and Washington's Dulles International Airport, and Montreal's Dorval Airport. Passengers have access to six daily flights between Chicago and Montreal, and eight flights between Washington and Montreal.

Driving schools

Driving schools in Canada

Driving schools teach driving, and road safety. In the driving schools directory you will find information about road safety, driving knowledge, vechicles and equipment. A driver training course, or hight-school driver education program approved by the provincial government can teach you the skills, and attitudes you need to be a safe, and responsible driver.

Traffic schools

Traffic schools in Canada

Improve your driving skills and possibly get a ticket dismissed or your insurance premium reduced. Taking a traffic schools course can also earn you a discount on your car insurance premiums. And, of course, if your driving skills just need a tune up, you can sign up to improve your driving techniques.

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