Canada-wide Community Information & Business Directory

FoundLocally covers 30 major Canadian communities in the provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Northern & Southern Ontario, New Brunswick, PEI, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland, and is a great educational resource!


For each community: events calendar, jobs board, savings & coupons, local announcements, consumer reviews UPDATED DAILY! Also FREE BUSINESS DIRECTORY.

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Trans-Canada Highway

Everything about the country's national highwaythe entire 7,821 km route broken into nice bite-sized drivable segments with details on what to expect, see, and do on each segment.

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NL: St. John's FoundLocally.comSt. John's is the most easterly port and oldest City in North America, and the capital of Newfoundland

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MB: Winnipeg FoundLocally.comWinnipeg is the grain, insurance, transportation, and fashion capital of Western Canada and is nestled just south of the prairie's two largest lakes

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ON: Oakville-Burlington FoundLocally.comOakville lies between Lake Ontario and the Niagara Escarpment, in the heart of Ontario's industrial Golden Horseshoe

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ON: Ottawa-Gatineau FoundLocally.comOttawa-Gatineau is the nation's capital, and has lots of museums, parks and attractions of national significance and importance

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BC: Okanagan-Shuswap FoundLocally.comThe interior from Shuswap Lake and the Thompson River (along the trans-Canada) and south through the Okanagan, down past the Crowsnest Highway to the US border

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ON: Hamilton FoundLocally.comNestled in the heart of the 'Golden Horseshoe' against the Niagara Escarpment, and has long been known as a Steel Town.

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ON: Barrie FoundLocally.comBarrie is a small attractive city with swimmable beaches and scenic waterfront along Lake Simcoe.

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BC: Alberta and BC Rockies FoundLocally.comFrom Jasper south to the US border, including Banff and Canmore east of the Rockies, Golden and Revelstoke to the west, and Cranbrook and Fernie in the south of BC

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PE: Charlottetown FoundLocally.comCharlottetown is nationally recognized as the 'Birthplace of Confederation',and is close to the province's beaches and many historical sites.

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ON: Toronto FoundLocally.comToronto is not only Canada's business and head office capital, but Toronto it is a shopper's paradise.

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ON: Ottawa, Ontario Ottawa-Gatineau is the nation^s capital, and has lots of museums, parks and attractions of national significance and importance

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ON: Oshawa, Ontario Travel InformationLocated on the Kingston Road, by the mid 1800s the community attracted farming implement and carriage works, which became auto assembly for Buick and the Chevrolet and became General Motors Canada.

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ON: Kakabeka Falls, Ontario travel InformationThe town is situated on the Kaministiquia River within the Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park.

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ON: Thunder Bay, Ontario Travel InfomationThunder Bay is one of the world^s largest grain-handling ports,and jumping-off point for Northwest Ontario resorts and lodges

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ON: Blind River, Ontario Tavel Informationhis 3000 resident lumbering and mining town, about 165 km west of Sault Ste. Marie, is beside the concealed mouth of the Blind River into Lake Huron. T

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