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Edmonton International Airport

It offers non-stop flights to major Canadian cities, the United States, Mexico, the Caribbean, Europe and Central America. In the 2017 moved more than 7 million passengers what makes it currently the fifth busiest airport in terms of air traffic. It has facilities to cross the border with the United States, passengers with can use […]

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Calgary International Airport

It is the busiest in the province of Alberta and the fourth at the national level. In the 2017 it moved more than 17 million passengers and carried out more than 200,000 air movements. It has 2 terminals, one for domestic flights and another for international ones, with very comfortable seats and even a shopping […]

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Montréal – Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport

It is the busiest airport in the province of Quebec and the third busiest in Canada. It has a 4-star hotel with more than 27 first-class rooms and an underground train station to connect the airport to the lower part of Montreal. They have as a short-term plan, increase passenger capacity by flight, develop a […]

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Vancouver International Airport

It is included in the Top 10 of world Airports, is the second busiest in the country in terms of air movements and retains the distinction of “best Canadian Airport” on regional flights. It has 3 terminals, the national flights, the international and the so-called South Terminal. It also has its own train station and […]

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Toronto Pearson International Airport

This is the largest and busiest airport in Canada and the second in terms of foreign personnel movement. In the 2017 it moved more than 47 million persons. It has 2 public terminals 1 and 3, both designed for domestic flights, transshipments and international flights. It also has a VIP terminal to handle private flights […]

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Major airports

Canada has a strong network of airports that move national and foreign personnel across the country and out of this. There are 15 of them that have stood out in the movement of people and in air traffic, these are: Toronto Pearson International Airport Vancouver International Airport Montréal – Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport Calgary […]

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Cabot Trail

It is one of the most well-known routes of this nation as its route contains the Cape Breton Highlands National Park, the Margaree River valley, the Brasd’Or Lake and spectacular ocean views. It is open all year round and you can travel its 185 miles that make up a circuit around the north end of […]

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Banff National Park

This is the grandfather of the Canadian parks, since its establishment was in 1885, more than a century ago. It covers about 2000 square miles in which it has glaciers, mountainous terrain, extensive ice fields and dense forests. The number of tourists who visit it annually has increased to the incredible figure of more than […]

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Whistler Blackcomb

It is considered the largest ski resort in North America and has the highest climbing capacity. It is located approximately 75 miles from Vancouver and is annually visited by more than 2 million people. The area maintains the best ski resort position since the 90, so if you like snow, sports and comfort you can’t […]

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The Parliament Hill

Commonly known as the Hill, it is a Crown land area on the south bank of the Ottawa River. Its buildings serve as the headquarters of the Canadian Parliament and its outstanding architectural elements, attracts about 3 million visitors a year. In its beginnings it was a military base, but after a series of extensions […]