Canada travel guide




Canada Travel Guide

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Whether you are planning to visit downtown Vancouver or if you are looking to spend time in Windsor casino, when you plan a trip to Canada saving your memories with photos will help you to remember your stay forever. Traveling throughout Canada is a great way to see beautiful sights and visit exciting venues whether you are interested in delicious dining options or live music. When you plan to save photos of your trip to Canada that you have taken yourself, doing so can be done by utilizing online tools such as a free image resizer.

What is an Image Resizer?

An image resizing tool allows you to resize your photos in order to reduce the photos size itself as well as the overall size of the image on your computer's hard drive. Image resizers often only require a few seconds to a few minutes depending on the number of photos you want to resize from your trip to Canada.

The Benefits of Using an Image Resizer

Using an image resizer is a way to boost the overall photo quality of all of your images within seconds. When you use an image resizer it is not necessary to utilize various image editing programs or software that may take more time and require a bit of a learning curve. Image resizers can be accessed from mobile phones and any computer with Internet access to quickly upload and resize or edit your photos.

Finding the Best Image Resizer for Your Canada Images

Once you have made the decision to use an image resizer for your photos from Canada you can do so with Using is a way for you to quickly upload and resize any images you have saved from your trip and want to keep.

Using a free photo resizer for your Canada photos will ensure they stay high-quality while giving you the ability to easily resize them and change the overall file size of your images. Photo resizers are ideal whether you have uploaded a few photos or hundreds of images that you want to change the size of altogether.


The town of Banff is at the heart of the Banff National Park in the Canadian Rockies, Alberta. Banff is named after Banffshire, Scotland, the birthplace of two major financiers of the Canadian National Railway.

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Banff Travel guide


Calgary has over 800,000 people and is the sixth largest city in Canada, and the largest between Vancouver and Toronto. Calgary has grown by about 150,000 people since the 1988 Winter Olympic Games.

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Calgary Travel guide


Situated above the waters of the North Saskatchewan River at 294 km (183 mi) north of Calgary, whose park-filled valley winds below the high-rises of downtown, the city tries hard with its festivals, parks, restaurants and urban-renewal projects.

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Edmonton Travel guide


Halifax, set on a steep and spatulate promontory beside one of the worldīs finest harbours, has become the focal point of the Maritimes, the regionīs financial, educational and transportation centre, whose metropolitan population of over 300,000.

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Halifax Travel guide


Kingston is the largest and most enticing of the communities along the northern shore of Lake Ontario. It occupies a strategic position where the lake narrows into the St Lawrence River, its potential first recognized by the French who built a fortified fur-trading post here in 1673.

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Kingston Travel guide


Montreal, the second-largest city in Canada. Since 1958, with the development of the modern city centre of skyscrapers, businesses, restaurants, and theatres, it has become one of the most vibrant and cosmopolitan cities in North America.

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Montreal Travel guide


Ottawa's major sights are clustered on the steep, south banks of the Ottawa River to either side of the Rideau Canal. It's here you'll find the monumental Victorian architecture of Parliament Hill , the outstanding art collection of the National Gallery , the military memorabilia of the Canadian War Museum , the imposing Notre Dame Basilica and Byward Market , the hub of the restaurant and bar scene.

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Ottawa Travel guide


Quebec City is the rather European-flavoured capital of Quebec province. The city is divided between an Old Town bristling with historic ramparts, churches, narrow lanes and former battlefields, and districts revamped with museums, cafes, bars, restaurants and all the other mod-cons of international tourism.

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Quebec Travel guide


Known as the "City of Bridges" for its seven river crossings, the city's name comes from the Cree word for the saskatoon berry, "misaskwatomin." A long-time nickname for Saskatoon is "Hub City", while the name is also commonly abbreviated "S'toon".

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Saskatoon Travel guide


The City of Saint John is a vibrant community, with a growing population, an increasingly multicultural mix, and a vibrant business community. There are many services, organizations, educational and medical facilities to serve the needs of the citizens and visitors to the greater Saint John area.

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St Johns Travel guide


Toronto offers non-stop adventures for the willing tourist, to get a sense of how big, various and magical Toronto is, the best place to start is the CN Tower, the tallest free-standing structure in the world, from this vantage point, visitors get a bird's-eye-view of the city's striking skyline and unique geography.

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Toronto Travel guide


Vancouver is a relaxed city with many diversions and easy access to outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, boating, and skiing. There is a lively cultural scene. Some have called it a "city of neighbourhoods", each with its own distinctive character.

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Vancouver Travel guide


Victoria has a long tradition of hospitality. It was once the first stop off the ocean-going ship from ethe East Coast or Europe on the way to the Gold Rushes of the 1850's, and it was a British Navy post until very recent history, so was host to visiting sailors and dignitaries.

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Victoria Travel guide


Winnipeg is a Canadian city, and the provincial capital of Manitoba. It is prominent in Western Canada for transportation, finance, manufacturing, agriculture and education.

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Winnipeg Travel guide


Whistler is a resort town in the province of British Columbia, Canada. Named for the hoary marmots that live in the area, it is incorporated as a district resort municipality. Over two million people annually visit Whistler, primarily for its world-famous snow skiing and Mountain biking.

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Whistler Travel guide

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