Canada is a country known for its natural, historic, and cultural exquisiteness. From the Canadian Rockies to the coast of Nova Scotia, from its buzzing cities in the west coast to calm and peaceful vistas of the east coast, Canada has it all.

If you have a plan to take a holiday or vacation to somewhere that has it all, then Canada has a lot to offer. Whilst knowing the different Canadian provinces and territories will certainly help you make a better-planned tour/sight-seeing itinerary, it is also essential to make sufficient research to find out what will be on the Canadian stage during your days of visit. There are a plethora of options for you to select from when it comes to going on a vacation to Canada. From natural vistas to world-renowned cultural events, theatrical performances and operas in Canada’s historic cities like Vancouver and Toronto, to a stroll in the old French towns of Quebec.

The below sections will give you a very good background information about the various Canadian provinces and Territories.

Canadian Provinces and Territories

Travel

Travel, Discover and Explore Canada

Canada is a country known for its natural, historic, and cultural exquisiteness. From the Canadian Rockies to the coast of Nova Scotia, from its buzzing cities in the west coast to calm and peaceful vistas...

Super Visa
The Parent and Grandparent Super Visa

The Parent and Grandparent Super Visa allows parents and/or grandparents of Canadian citizens and permanent residents to come to Canada as visitors and stay up to a maximum...

Temporary

Temporary Resident Visa (Visit Visa)

Millions of visitors (temporary residents) come to Canada every year for various reasons. While some come to Canada as tourists, some come for business purposes, meeting children or grandchildren, etc.

Children

Visit Visa for Children (Minors)

The government of Canada welcomes and supports the union of family members of Canadian citizens and permanent residents, as well as citizens registered in Canada as “Indians” under the Canadian India Act.

Electronic

Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA)

The government of Canada has exempted nationals (citizens) of certain countries from the need to obtain a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) before they can come to Canada...

Business

Business Visitors: Work in Canada without Work Permit

Canada being one of the world’s largest economies, welcomes thousands of business visitors to the country every year. These business visitors do not need a work permit to fulfil their professional activities in Canada.

Settlement

Canada Settlement Services

There are a few things to keep in mind when you think of visiting Canada. Depending on your country of citizenship, the requirements you need to suffice with respect to your visit visa application may differ.

Caregiver Programme For Permanent Resident

Canada Quebec Visa

Canada Spouse Visa

Caregiver Programme For Permanent Resident

Canada Parent Visa

Canada Temporary Foreign Worker Programs

Federal Skilled Trade Worker Category

Canada Tourist Visa

Canada PNP Visa

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