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This thread is intended to contain information useful to people travelling to Canada - please feel free to add anything relevant to it! Before we start though, here's some advice from the TT team:

  1. Do a TT search! At least five posters a week ask what to do in Toronto, whether to go visit Niagara Falls on their way around the world, and whether it's possible to work under the table/overstay a tourist visa. The road is well travelled. Find those threads, add a reply (which brings the…

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Hello everyone

I am from Mexico city and Im planning a trip for this summer to Alberta with my 21 year old son. We are starting in Edmonton and renting an RV. Our trip plan is Jasper national park, then Banff/lake louise and finish at calgary. What we want to do is hiking and bike mountain, sightseeing, wildlife, etc.We have 7 days for this. any advise of not to miss sites and regarding the ñenght of days in each park will be appreciated. I have never rented an RV or been in a campground so Im…

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Does anything have any information on renting a one bedroom cottage with ocean view for the month of August this year.

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hi everyone,
I'd like to do a roadtrip starting in Vancouver, going east to British Columbia, Alberta and then the US (Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Idaho, Oregon, Washington, back to Vancouver BC) and my idea is to see a lot of scenery, small towns and villages, do things as authentic as possible...

I'm not sure I'm that interested in National Parks. first, because I'm not a big fan of hiking. second I'm more interested in local communities than pure wilderness (especially when the…

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Is it possible to take a day trip to Vancouver island as a passenger only. What I am thinking of doing is to leave our rental car at the ferry terminal and for the 5 of us to travel over to the island, have a few hours to look around and return back the same day. Does the standard car ferry have car parking to leave a rental car at the terminal and does it allow foot passengers? Also if this is possible, is there much to see at the terminal area at the Vancouver island side without having to…

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We will be in Vancouver in mid June and were planning on doing a nice hike one day. We are basically something that could easily be reach by public transport since we would like to do this in one day. Something that it still in the wild. Either mountains or seashore. Some suggested the Hanes Valley Trail but we are not that fit lol Something more intermediate or easy. But still a good long hike. More then 4 hours. THANKS !!

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Hi guys, I'm Sunita, 24yers of age and from the U.K. I plan to travel to Toronto mid June for 4/5 days and then have a connecting flight to Calgary where I'll be staying with cousins. Just wondered where you'd recommend the best hotel/place to stay within downtown Toronto and also, what to do between the dates of 10-14th June. Much appreciated!

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Flying in early June from Portland Oregon through Vancouver to London. Connection time in Vancouver, if planes on time, is approx. 2 hours. Is that adequate to clear Canadian customs or should I look for a longer layover flight? Many thanks.

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As a contemplative nature lover and as an ecological peace seeker, if you could live anywhere you wanted to in British Columbia... where would you live and why? Don't worry about whether it's an expensive or less expensive place to live.

Don't forget to explain why you would choose the area.

All those who would choose to NOT live in BC can simply skip this thread altogether.