• What are the least touristic places in Canada to avoid people from the UK?

    I don't want to bump into anyone from Britain as that is where I currently live and would like to move on from it. Anyone know the places in Canada where it is least likely to happen?
    I don't want to bump into anyone from Britain as that is where I currently live and would like to move on from it. Anyone know the places in Canada where it is least likely to happen?
    6 answers · Other - Canada · 13 hours ago
  • Canadians, instead of buying so many vacation homes and timeshares in Florida, why don't y'all buy more of them in Puerto Rico and help us?

    Best answer: Why is it up to Canadians?
    Best answer: Why is it up to Canadians?
    7 answers · Other - Canada · 2 days ago
  • How old do you have to be to rent a hotel room in Canada?

    My friend and I wanted to go to Canada near Niagara Falls over the summer for the weekend; I am 17 and she is 19. Are we able to book a hotel room together or no because of the age? Or does it depend on the hotel?
    My friend and I wanted to go to Canada near Niagara Falls over the summer for the weekend; I am 17 and she is 19. Are we able to book a hotel room together or no because of the age? Or does it depend on the hotel?
    10 answers · Other - Canada · 2 weeks ago
  • What is time in montral?

    3 answers · Montreal · 1 week ago
  • What do I need to travel to Canada?

    I'm planning on going on a trip to Canada next month with my friend, we're both 17, We're traveling by bus. I read somewhere that if you drive or go by bus you only need a birth certificate. Is this true? If not, could I use a passport card to enter Canada and then back into the United States? Thank you show more
    I'm planning on going on a trip to Canada next month with my friend, we're both 17, We're traveling by bus. I read somewhere that if you drive or go by bus you only need a birth certificate. Is this true? If not, could I use a passport card to enter Canada and then back into the United States? Thank you
    9 answers · Other - Canada · 2 weeks ago
  • Is canada all about STRUGGLE?

    Best answer: BAD means different things to different people. BAD to some may be GOOD to you. Check it out for yourself, THEN DECIDE.
    Best answer: BAD means different things to different people. BAD to some may be GOOD to you. Check it out for yourself, THEN DECIDE.
    4 answers · Other - Canada · 2 weeks ago
  • Need to stay in Canada for 2-3 months to find myself again?

    Best answer: You can visit Canada for 2-3 months as a tourist.

    Most normal rental accommodation will have a minimum lease term of 6 months; you could probably find holiday lettings, short term lettings or even AirBNB to stay for 3.

    You obviously won't be able to work (paid or unpaid) while there
    Best answer: You can visit Canada for 2-3 months as a tourist.

    Most normal rental accommodation will have a minimum lease term of 6 months; you could probably find holiday lettings, short term lettings or even AirBNB to stay for 3.

    You obviously won't be able to work (paid or unpaid) while there
    5 answers · Vancouver · 2 weeks ago
  • How many humans live in alberta?

    Best answer: The (human) population of Alberta in the year 2018 is estimated to be 4.3872 million.
    Best answer: The (human) population of Alberta in the year 2018 is estimated to be 4.3872 million.
    11 answers · Other - Canada · 3 weeks ago
  • Which Canadian politician was more historically significant: Brian Mulroney or Preston Manning?

    Best answer: Brian Mulroney - He was prime minister for 10 years. Case closed. Started things like GST and NAFTA

    Preston Manning started the Reform Party and it doesn't exist anymore. So basically he did nothing
    Best answer: Brian Mulroney - He was prime minister for 10 years. Case closed. Started things like GST and NAFTA

    Preston Manning started the Reform Party and it doesn't exist anymore. So basically he did nothing
    4 answers · History · 2 weeks ago
  • Do Canadians miss the days when Britannia ruled the waves?

    Best answer: The Queen still reigns over Canada, so Britannia is still very much a part of Canada.
    Best answer: The Queen still reigns over Canada, so Britannia is still very much a part of Canada.
    5 answers · Other - Canada · 2 weeks ago
  • Layover in Vancouver?

    Best answer: You can if you want visit the city. You will need to pass Canadian Passport/Immigration then claim your luggage and then pass Canada Customs. For planing purposes allow about 90 minutes. YOU might be faster. You could then leave your luggage at the luggage storage place there are two of them. YOU PAY a fee. Your... show more
    Best answer: You can if you want visit the city.
    You will need to pass Canadian Passport/Immigration then claim your luggage and then pass Canada Customs. For planing purposes allow about 90 minutes. YOU might be faster.

    You could then leave your luggage at the luggage storage place there are two of them. YOU PAY a fee. Your friend can fetch you from the Airport or you take the train to meet them. Be back at the Airport about 3-4 hours before departure to USA to claim your luggage and then check in for your USA flight. Luggage MIGHT be inspected by US Customs before it can be loaded on the plane.

    You have about 6-7 hours to explore Vancouver.

    Be advised that Canada officials do not HAVE TO let you pass. Most pass without issue. A few have issues and just need to wait for their US bound flight in the secure area of the Airport International Transit Zone.

    Not a bad idea to have some Canadian cash for your adventure for the little stuff. Things like train fare or to buy a soda.

    http://www.yvr.ca/en/passengers/shop-dine-and-services/276

    Many will take the train into the city. Traffic can be congested. Up to you and your friend to decide the best place to meet and a FAST tour plan.

    A multi ride ticket for the train is about $15 Canadian.Takes about 25 minutes from Airport to city centre.

    Sky train is on the top floor of the parking garage.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=agi4YaXeTFc
    5 answers · Vancouver · 2 weeks ago
  • Will cars be banned in Toronto?

    5 answers · Toronto · 3 weeks ago
  • Prince George, British Columbia. Just like California, amirite?

    Best answer: Hahaha... Prince George has more in common with Alaska than California.
    Best answer: Hahaha... Prince George has more in common with Alaska than California.
    6 answers · Other - Canada · 3 weeks ago
  • Trip to Canada advice: I m going to Toronto this July and wanted to where I should go from there to view the Northern Lights?

    Best answer: I live in the Yukon Territory, where the Northern Lights can be amazing, covering the entire sky - but, not on July. In the summer, the sky is too bright to see them. And, Toronto is way far south, so, they are pretty hard to see there, even when they are good. March, and October, plus or minus a month are the... show more
    Best answer: I live in the Yukon Territory, where the Northern Lights can be amazing, covering the entire sky - but, not on July. In the summer, the sky is too bright to see them. And, Toronto is way far south, so, they are pretty hard to see there, even when they are good.

    March, and October, plus or minus a month are the best times where I live. And, the further north you go, the better, but, getting to the north can be difficult, and it certainly is expensive. It's a LONG way - you would be closer to the UK while in Toronto than you are to the Yukon. Toronto is just under half way here. Canada is a BIG country.
    6 answers · Other - Canada · 3 weeks ago
  • Which 2018 Ontario party will destroy the Greenbelt: PC, Liberal or NDP? Who will save the Greenbelt?

    Best answer: PC leader Rob Ford plans to build on the Green Belt, so I would say they're the one's to destroy it if it's allowed.
    I would say Liberals are more likely to try to save it then the NDP. Liberals seam to have more interest in Ontario then the NDP.
    Best answer: PC leader Rob Ford plans to build on the Green Belt, so I would say they're the one's to destroy it if it's allowed.
    I would say Liberals are more likely to try to save it then the NDP. Liberals seam to have more interest in Ontario then the NDP.
    4 answers · Other - Canada · 4 weeks ago
  • Can I mail maple syrup from Canada to the Netherlands?

    Is that legal?
    Is that legal?
    7 answers · Other - Canada · 1 month ago