Canada travel guide
Experience the winter wonderland that is Canada! Indulge your love for all things snowy – whether you’re into sports like skiing, snowboarding and ice-skating or keen to soak up the views of snow-capped mountains, glaciers and frozen lakes – there’s something for everyone. Visit the Niagara Falls, explore the Banff National Park or check out the rare wildlife all year round (yup Canada gets some sizzling summers too).
Aboriginal languages including Ojibwe, Cree, Inuktitut and Mi'kmaq.
Canadian appliances operate on 110 volts and the cycle is 60Hz, which is identical to the US voltage. Main wall sockets and plugs are two parallel flat prongs, making a universal adaptor necessary for overseas electrical devices.
Six of the worlds 24 time zones cover Canada and in fact some provinces and territories encompass two or even three time zones within their borders. From east to west, they are:
Newfoundland Time Zone (GMT – 3:30)
Atlantic Time Zone (GMT- 4)
Eastern Time Zone (GMT – 5)
Central Time Zone (GMT – 6), Mountain Time Zone (GMT – 7)
Pacific Time Zone (GMT – 8)
Daylight Saving Time begins in Canada from the second Sunday of March, when the clocks go forward one hour, and ends on the first Sunday of November (clocks then go back one hour).
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*The small print
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