Tourism in Canada

Canada provides the traveller with an array of sights and activities, as only a country so large and varied can. The metropolitan centres of Montreal and Toronto offer great cuisine, shopping and places to drink, and are packed with festivals throughout the year. The older cities of St John’s and Quebec offer historic sites such as Quebec’s Le Chateau Frontenac. The grand scale of Canada’s landscape offers hiking, hunting and skiing amidst the most beautiful scenery. One can embrace the many winter sports on offer in the mountains at Banff, Whistler and Kicking Horse. The Queen Charlotte Islands boast a unique environment which supports such unusual flora and fauna that they are known as ‘Canada’s Galapagos’. The old-growth rainforests here are full of some of the world’s largest spruce and cedar trees, as well as bald eagles and bears.

Tourism organisations in Canada
American Sightseeing International
American Society of Travel Agents Inc., Eastern Canada
American Society of Travel Agents Inc., Western Canada
Association of Canadian Travel Agencies
Association of Tourism Professionals
Atlantic Canada Cruise Association
Canadian Association of Professional Travel Writers
Canadian Association of Retail Travel Agents
Canadian Association of Tour Operators
Canadian Business Travel Association
Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association
European Travel Commission
Experience Canada
First Nations Tourism Association
Greater Independent Association of National Travel Agents
Incentive Travel Association of Canada
Latin American Confederation of Tourist Organizations
Maritime Commercial Travellers\' Association
Minister of State Small Businesses and Tourism
Pacific Asia Travel Association, Eastern Canada Chapter
Pacific Asia Travel Association, Prairies Chapter
Society of Incentive Travel Executives, Canada Chapter
Spa Canada Association
The Canadian Tourism Commission
Tourism Industry Association of Canada
Travel Alliance, West Canada