1. Understand the Factors That Will Be Considered It is important to understand that there are a variety of factors that are taken into consideration when you seek financing, and car loans vary depending on the customer. While they are not all within your control, there are some you can. Your credit history and current financial situation will be scrutinized during the approval process. Therefore, if there are some bad marks on your report, you may opt to work on improving your score before you apply. This will often allow you access to car loans with significantly lower interest rates, which can save you hundreds over the life of your loan. 2. Ways to Improve Your Credit Score There are a variety of ways in which you can increase your credit score, and having the patience to do this before searching for car loans in Canada is worth the time investment. For starters, it is important that you have a history, so, even if you have a credit card you no longer use, do not close old accounts. Open credit lines, even with a zero balance, display your history. Furthermore, Canada has two major credit reporting agencies, Equifax and TransUnion. While their data will match rather closely, they do not reflect identical information. Be sure to check the information being reported from both agencies to ensure there are no discrepancies. 3. A Number of Options While you have control over your credit, the economic situation at any given time is nothing you can manipulate. We offer you a number of options, and we match you with car loans in Canada that best meet your preferences. To a degree, we are able to adjust the interest rate to one that will give you the most flexibility so you can better enjoy your big purchase. 4. Working Closely With You Our staff understands that you are preparing to make a huge financial decision, and this can cause stress and apprehension. Our staff has experience you can count on, and we make it our goal to work closely with each of our customers and present viable car loans that will meet their individual needs. We understand that each situation is different, and you have your own lifestyle, goals, and financial needs. We work closely with you to adjust your loan package with these unique factors in mind. It is our primary goal that you are happy and comfortable with the terms and conditions we arrange. 5. Limiting Your Shopping Time Once your credit history is pristine and you are ready to start shopping for car loans, you should limit your shopping time to a two week period. Every time you apply for car loans in Canada, your credit score drops, even if you don’t accept them. However, if all of the applications are made within that two week window, they count as a single inquiry. 6. Don’t Dwell on the Monthly Payment Amount During your quest for car loans in Canada, don’t fall into the trap of focusing on the monthly payment. A cheaper amount does not always reflect the lowest total price as lenders can add years to the term in order to make the price seem cheaper. Falling for car loans that will outlive the vehicle can cause major problems later in life. Published at: https://www.isnare.com/?aid=1914488&ca=Finances
A partnership occurs when two or more people decide they are going to work together in a business and they register a form called a Partnership Registration and, in some cases, enter into a Partnership Agreement. There are three types of partnerships in Canada. A general partnership, a limited partnership and a limited liability partnership. A general partnership occurs when all individuals have equal control over the partnership and make decisions together. A limited partnership occurs when one partner decides to agree to be a partner, and in most cases provide some funding to the partnership, but does not wish to be part of the day to day operations. His input is considered to be “limited”. A limited partnership can be formed with one general partner and one limited partner. A limited liability partnership is a partnership where the partners are not responsible for the debts, obligations, or liabilities of the partnership resulting from the actions or negligence of another partner, employee or agent of the partnership. Lawyers and accountants generally form limited liability partnerships. There is no limit to the number of partners in any type of partnership. A limited partnership would have to have at least one limited partner and one general partner however it could have as many of each as it wishes. A general partnership must have at least two general partners and can have as many general partners as it wishes but it would not have any limited partners. Partnerships fall under the provincial and territorial legislation and a form usually called a Partnership Registration must be completed and filed with the appropriate provincial or territorial government office. You can register the partnership yourself by completing the appropriate form and attending your local provincial or territorial government and in some cases may be able to register online. In some provinces and territories you will be required to provide a Nuans Name Search report or similar report to register a partnership. In Ontario this is not required. However, regardless you should do a preliminary nuans name search (usually free) to determine if the name is available regardless. It is very important that you ensure that the name you are choosing for your partnership is not similar or the same as any other name already registered. Even if the name is exactly the same, except for the ending of the name in the case of a corporation, you should still not use the name. An example of this would be if you were to register a partnership called “Johnson Partners” and there was already a name called “Johnson Partners Ltd.” In some jurisdictions the government would allow you to do such a registration but it would not be a good idea since it is a conflict and Johnson Partners Ltd. might not be too pleased with your choice and could take you to court in an attempt to have it changed if it is a company that is highly placed in the marketplace. Your proposed partnership name should be as distinct and different from all other business names, partnerships, sole proprietorships, trade-marks or companies as possible. Sometimes two or more companies will decide to form a partnership. The following information is required to register a partnership: 1) The name of the partnership 2) The province or territory where the partnership is to be situate 3) The business address of the partnership 4) The mailing address of the partnership (which can be the same) 5) The name and home address of each partner 6) The purpose or nature of business of the partnership 7) If any partner is a company then the company’s corporate number. Attend at Resources for Canadian Business Owners for more information about partnerships. Published at: https://www.isnare.com/?aid=329149&ca=Business
These days everyone needs a car. It doesn’t matter what you do, where you work or how much money you make. The car is an absolute must. For long ago now the car stopped being a luxury and became a necessity. If you want to have the ability to travel fast and in good conditions, not depending on anyone else, the personal car is the best solution for you. But before you go and buy a car, you first have to ask yourself a few questions. Not whether to buy one or not, because we already know the answer to this one. And it’s definitely yes. The questions you have to ask yourself are: “What type of car to buy?”, “What brand?”, and the most important one “How much are you willing to spend for a car?”. Also you should determine whether you want or can afford a new car or would you prefer a used one. After answering to all those questions you can then go and buy the car. And what is the best place where one can buy a car? Well, the answer to this question is easy. The best place where you can buy a car is the car auction. Car auctions have become more and more popular throughout the world. Canada is now one of the countries where people are starting to use car auctions more and more often. That is why the car auctions in Canada are starting to expand and to increase profit. The Beneficiaries of the Car Auction in Canada The main beneficiaries of the car auction in Canada are obviously the Canadians. That makes sense, doesn’t it? But they are not the only ones that can profit from this type of business, from the car auctions in Canada. There are also other people that use these auctions. Although in the U.S there are plenty of car auctions, some of the Americans come to the car auctions in Canada too. And they have some reasons why they do this. One reason is that there is a chance they will find cars that aren’t available in their country. Another reason is that at some auctions the prices can be even smaller than in U.S. The idea anyway is that they have nothing to lose if they come into Canada to see what’s new at the car auctions. And if they’re lucky enough they can even return home with a car, a car bought from the car auction in Canada. Published at: https://www.isnare.com/?aid=117018&ca=Automotive
Canada is one of the celebrated countries of the world. The second largest country in the world has unique blend of French-English culture. With plenty of worth watching cities, the country is not densely populated. The cities of Canada have their own magnificence and grandeur that magnetizes people round the globe. The Land of Provinces The vast area of the country along with variation in flora and fauna varies in other attractions too. The different provinces have the aura that leaves no visitor from getting beguiled. They vary in not just flora and fauna but also the culture and other temptations. · The capital city of Canada –Toronto has any and everything. Where on one hand the city is the home for the longest street in the world- the Yonge Street, on the other hand it has the 1815 foot tall CN tower that is well known to be the tallest free standing structure in the world. This isn’t all. The visitors also take delight in the ravishing and enticing antiques displayed at the Sigmund Samuel Canadian Gallery and the eternal tourist destination-the Royal Canadian Museum. · The Prince Edward Island, the smallest province enthralls the visitors with its scenic splendor. The place is blessed not just with beautiful landscapes, sandstone cliffs on its southern coast but also sparkling green fields in the interior, crystal blue beach water of the sandy beaches around the coastline. · New Brunswick that is rooted in the French tradition s rich in seafood and fishing. The place has nestled the largest and busy town of Saint John that reminds of the history of the province. · Fishing and hunting are adored in the Newfoundland region too. It is the largest of the Atlantic Province that has the eleventh century Viking outpost as its outstanding attraction. · The New Scotland or Nova Scotia smells of Scotland as well as French fragrance. The amalgamation is also of the contemporary and the archaic structures like from the nineteenth century historic buildings there are exclusive latest shopping malls, apartments, hotels etc. · The British Columbia province is distinctively bifurcated into the lush green forests and the dry and arid region. · The Quebec province and the Quebec City have a lot to treat the visitors. The Montreal region of the Quebec province has special seasonal festivals. The winter season is a host to the La Fete des Neiges festival; the summers welcome all the Jazz and opera lovers with its Montreal International Music Competition and the International Opera Festival respectively. The Festival Internationale de Nouvelle Danse and the International film festival add to the beauty of autumn season. The Quebec City that is the capital of the Quebec Province is quite significant from the perspective of trade and commerce and its noteworthy historical buildings. · To hail all the golf, tennis, baseball and soccer lovers, the third largest city of Canada – Vancouver has more than numerous golf courses, tennis courts, baseball and soccer fields. The city has an exotic forty storey Harbor Center climbing up at which one can gaze at the Gastown (a renowned tourist spot) and Chinatown (the blooming Chinese community of Vancouver). For the children as well as the adults there is Stanley Park Zoo that is nestled in a thousand acre Stanley Park. · If Canada happens to be your holiday destination in the first two weeks of July, not to miss is the Calgary Stampede i.e. the Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth. This show has worldwide popularity that fetches innumerable tourists to Calgary. · Last but not the least are the Canadian Rockies- the Rocky Mountains on the edge between Alberta and British Columbia, the 4200 square mile Jasper National Park and the first national park of Canada i.e. the Banff National Park. Canada is the place where sports never say die. The country is known for its water sports like canoeing, sailing and so forth. Apart from these there is the national game of Canada- Lacrosse, the Canadians adorable game of Hockey, Basket ball and the like. The moment Canada ranks first on your dream destinations, just collect little information about the weather of the place that varies with the provinces there. For instance, the Quebec and provinces adjacent to it have hot and humid summers with cold winters. But the Northwest Canadian Territories are different with short cool summers and long cool winters. However, the concoction or fusion of diverse cultures and climate, picturesque attractions, cuisine, language, people etc. make Canada what it is- a place worth loving and visiting. Published at: https://www.isnare.com/?aid=6310&ca=Travel
Want to import a car into Canada? Is it a good idea or is it not? It has been oft quoted by prominent Canadian economist M.R.J. Labovitch that “Canadians are among the stupidest people who inhabit the earth “. Further the economist has pointed out that when the recent rise of the Canadian dollar – usually referred to in the trade of economists and foreign currency specialists and traders as “the Loonie” is way out of whack. Whether it is the price of bananas in Grand Forks North Dakota or pricing of cars – it appears that neither are fair and equitable when one compares dollar per dollar either prices of those bananas per pound or the price of a new automobile – whether it be an imported car , truck or SUV vehicle. A Canadian shopping in the U.S.A. for a car and then bringing it in, (importing the car), through relatively standardized channels can save a wallop of cash. For example – an Acura MDX models starts at $ 40,000 in the US but $ 54,000 in Canada. Or take the case of Volvo cars – which are made in Sweden, nowhere near the North American continent. For the exact same luxury model – the S60 the “premium” option package the cost is $ 995. After extensive travel and research industry experts such as Winnipeg based William Simpson has come to the conclusion that the cost of this options package priced in Canada would easily range between $ 5 – $ 8,000 that is with this “premium “options package was available to the Canadian automotive market as opposed to piece-meal and ala carte. The humorous part or not so humorous part is that it does not seem to matter where the car is made. Regardless of domestic or offshore origin you as a Canadian will pay a lot more for the same product – irrespective of any taxes paid. It is not a situation as with gas prices where the bulk of the cost of the product is taxation. In this case with no taxes, or taxes out, there is a large pricing difference to you no matter what Whether your car is made and manufactured in Canada, with all kinds of federal and provincial government support and informal subsidies and then treated as a NAFTA free trade vehicle or the car is manufactured far away in a foreign country or continent the pattern is all the same.. How does an average person and consumer go about importing a vehicle into Canada from the United States? Importing a car from the U.S. into Canada is a relatively simple matter and process. First the prospective buyer researches his car in a standard and normal sense. Next he or she should check with the Canadian Government agency to check and verify if the car, truck or S.U.V. vehicle that they wish to import is admissible. The website is easily found, in a standard manner, from the Canadian Government Department “The Registrar of Foreign Motor Vehicles “or Riv for short. The website can be found at www.riv.ca . Prominent on the front page of the Riv.ca website is “Importing a U.S. Vehicle into Canada Find out how.” The RIV’s process states to check and verify: that your vehicle is admissible and can be modified to meet Canadian requirements by checking Transport Canada’s List of Vehicles Admissible from the United States. The Registrar of Imported Vehicles program regulates only vehicles originally manufactured for the U.S. market. Vehicles originally manufactured to standards other than the U.S. or Canada, are inadmissible into Canada under the current laws. The program regulates passenger cars, trucks, vans, jeeps, chassis cabs, trailers, motorcycles, off-road vehicles and snowmobiles less than 15 years old and buses manufactured after January 1, 1971. For information on the importation of vehicles into Canada from countries other than the United States, go to Transport Canada’s web site as well as Canada Border Services Agency’s web site. Next in line with RIV’s procedure is to check for vehicle modification requirements. Even if your vehicle was manufactured in Canada for North American requirement your vehicle must meet Canadian standards. As examples Canadian vehicles are required by laws and standards that both have car infant tether mounts and daylight running lights. One more recent addition to the lists is for a simple recall clearance letter. The recall clearance letter sates that the vehicle has no outstanding recalls by the manufacturer on it. The recall clearance letter must be on official letterhead from either the dealer or manufacture. Either can simply issue the letter. However the letter is mandatory at the time of entry, in order to pass the Canadian border clearance process. In order to “export “your car from the United States to Canada you must receive export clearance from the U.S. border authorities. This is mandatory and if not done can result in major fines – either now or later on a simple road trip “across the line”. Simply fax the appropriate U.S. border post’s vehicle export fax phone number at least 72 hours before arrival. In terms of transporting your vehicle there are several options. Either you can do it yourself and perhaps make it a holiday and vacation of picking up your vehicle. In other cases either you may not have the time available or feel the drive is too strenuous. A processional car transport service can be hired to transport your new vehicle. On top of that if the vehicle leaves the dealer lot on a transport truck, its tires will never hit the pavement of the highway. The car does not have to be plated in the state. As a result the savings incurred in states sales taxes that may not have to be paid, may well pay for the transportation costs of the car carrier service. Of course verify all of this both with the dealer and the local state tax authorities before committing to any plans and the auto carrier transport service. Next, after receiving clearance follow the process outlined on the Riv site at the Canadian Border Port of entry. Not all Canadian border posts are set up for this process. Generally the larger entry ports are. You will be asked to provide documentation as indicated on the Riv site. Title, documentation and sales receipts are required. You will need a valid Canadian address to be eligible for this process. You will be billed by Canada customs a Riv fee of approximately $ 300, General Sales Tax (G.S.T.) on the price of the vehicle. In addition, depending on the origin of manufacture of the car you will be required to pay 6.1 % duty if the car is not made within the NAFTA Free Trade Zone (U.S.A., Canada and Mexico). G.S.T. in 2008 now runs at 5 %. Provincial Sales Tax payment will vary depending on the province of the owner and importer of the vehicle. Interestingly enough if the car is a “Classic Car”, older than 15 years of age; the car will fall in a different and much simpler procedure with few requirements and inspection. It all depends on the rules and modifications for that vehicle as stated on the Riv website. If in doubt phone. Remember that you will have to comply again with certain regulations – such as daytime running lights and other requirements in your specific locale and province. All in all importing a car into Canada from the United States can be a fairly easy and straightforward affair, even if you do it yourself, without the need for a broker. Two factors come into play – always verify what the current rules are with the Government of Canada authorities – Transport Canada and the Registrar of Foreign Motor Vehicles (Riv). Lastly always pay close attention to fluctuations in the currency rates – Canadian dollars vs. U.S. American currency. Lastly even If you have done all your homework you may be squeamish or not have the time and energy to physically transact the final importation process. Some people may have had previous encounters with the customs authorities.. Others may have their own reasons and just want it done right. For a nominal fee a professional customs broker can accomplish the final leg work. Such a trained professional can vette your paperwork and inspect it. A great amount of time and energy can be saved by using the services of a trained professional customs broker, who is both trained in process, and does it all the time. Often using the services of a professional customs broker is money well spent. Published at: https://www.isnare.com/?aid=223261&ca=Automotive
The term “expansion bus “is a frequent term in vintage computer terminology which requires elaboration. Much of the legacy of vintage bus systems are in our current computer systems today. To begin with the “expansion bus” is a data highway for computer data information to travel on: the bandwidth is in essence the number of lanes. The bigger the bandwidth the more data can be sent. As examples, an 8 megabyte bandwidth means that data can be sent in 8 bits chunks. Our current systems use between 32 bit and now 64 bit bandwidth. An expansion bus is where cards connect to the computer; Cards have an expansion edge, which fits snugly into the bus much like an electrical plug fits into a wall socket. When cards are plugged into the bus, they communicate with the system, sometimes through the BIOS and others not. (The BIOS is the basic input /output system that tells the computer how to move data from the different components.) The 8, 16 or 32 bit bandwidth is an important consideration due to communication time between the cards. For example you have a 16 bit vintage 286 PC and it is sending out data at 16 bits a: your video card is also 8 bits. If you have an older 8 bit bus, such as in early IBM PCs and clones, the bus will become a bottleneck in the system; it is like having a 4 lane highway connected to another 4 lane highway by way of a 1 lane road. At most times regardless of the faster 4 lane highway traffic will be slow – limited by the single lane connection road. There were basically 3 types of expansion bus available in vintage computers: ISA, MCA, EISA systems. Each early development in major ways paved the way for the later systems which indeed we take for granted today. This was both in terms of hardware and basic concepts in our computer systems and technology as well as computer marketing that we take for granted today as simple basic facts of life without any consideration due. Basically the newer buses offered increased performance over the older technology buses. The basic explanations of the buses are as follows: The 3 bus standards to note were Industry Standard Architecture (ISA) .Micro Channel Channel Architecture (MSA) and Extended Industry Standard (EISA) bus systems. Industry Standard Architecture (ISA). This was the original AT bus also called an ISA bus. It was the original 8 bit IBM PC bus which was bumped up to 16 bits at some point in its later development. Fine for a 16 bit 286 or very early 386 computers Micro Channel Architecture (MSA). This was an early 32 bit bus system which was not received well but set the stage for an industry consortium of the major non IBM computer manufacturers ( at the time referred to as “The Group of Nine) to develop the EISA standard bus. Extended Industry Standard Architecture (EISA). The EISA bus standard was a standard of its own right which was 32 bit, included bus mastering and importantly remained compatible with previous older expansion cards. 32 bit systems were first to incorporate in later 386 systems. The 486 line solidified and standardized the 32 bit systems in the established software of the day. Backward compatibility at the time was a novel new concept which has remained an important consideration in the computer industry. EISA slots would accommodate both the ISA and EISA expansion slots to allow hardware upgrades, However the EISA expansion boards would be of little advantage and would seldom work in the older ISA expansion slots. On the other hand the Micro Channel setup was not backward compatible. On the one hand the Micro Channel developers were free to initiate new radical changes in computer development and hardware which would have allowed for major new useful features in computer software. However owners of previous systems would have been left with then obsolete vintage useless hardware which would have been of no use and certainly little financial value. Hence there was a lot of resistance to the Micro Channel bus setup. It died a lingering death with its legacy living on in the aspirations of features offered in future developments and standards. Thus the die was set for future hardware standards and software function as well as standard computer marketing concepts that we take for granted like mother’s milk today.
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Canada is known as offering some of the best angling in the world. Rainbow trout angling in Canada is no exception. Rainbow Trout – Canada One of the most delicious freshwater fish regularly caught by sport fishermen is the rainbow trout. While not the largest fish available in many lakes and rivers, the rainbow trout can still be a rewarding catch because of its prevalence as a game fish in most of the world. Rainbow trout angling Canada is a great trip to take – and one that makes for a memorable experience. Rainbow trout are scientifically known as Oncorhynchus mykiss. There are other common names for this fish, and they include steelhead and redband trout. Native to North America, they tend to reside in rivers west of the Rocky Mountains, as well as the Pacific Ocean and the Great Lakes. Rainbow trout are also native to some parts of east Asia – but they have been introduced artificially to every continent except for Antarctica. Rainbow trout are similar to salmon in that they return to their hatching grounds to spawn, and they are eaten in many different Western cuisines. Rainbow trout angling Canada offers sport fishermen many different locations to pursue this fish. Fly angling for rainbow trout can be found in many of the provinces, but one in particular is British Columbia. This west coast province offers salmon and char as well as rainbow trout, but in the area north of Vancouver, it’s especially known for the rainbows. The Quesnel Lake Watershed, which includes many different lakes and streams, holds tons of rainbow trout just waiting to be caught. Quesnel Lake was formed by glaciers during the ice age, and it is very deep – 2000 feet deep to be exact. It is 80 miles long, with over 360 miles of shoreline for great angling. Here, guided river angling can include both wading and boating into the lakes and rivers, and the angling season here takes place from May to November each year. Quesnel Lake is only reachable by airplane, making it the perfect secluded angling retreat. Choosing rainbow trout angling Canada over other types of fish means that you’ll have a unique experience different from the usual salmon and Northern Pike angling (though you’re welcome to do that too in this area). Rainbow trout, with their beautiful iridescence and use in food preparations make a great catch for any fisherman. The beautiful serene atmosphere of the Quesnel Lake area and the surrounding Caribou Mountains make this the perfect place to get in some serious rejuvenation time.
Hunting has moved past the origins where it was the search for food only, as today it is a major sport and the competition can be fierce. There are few places on the planet to hunt that are better than Canada. The proof positive of this is the number of trophies and world records that are broken in this land every year. There is truly some great hunting to be found in this wonderful country. The best thing about Canada is that there are still massive amounts of untouched acreage to be used as prime hunting grounds. Primitive cabins located deep in the woods with a lake and so on are very popular with the hunting parties from the US. In these cabins you can find solace in the fact that just outside there is prime hunting to be found right outside the door. No more do you have to spend long hours driving to reach the site for the hunt. Some of the finest trophies have been taken at these secluded areas making them highly sought after. The game is the best thing about Canada. Because of the climate Canada features many species of game that are not found in other parts of North America. The larger species, such as moose and elk are found all over the country, which makes for some prime hunts. The danger factor when seeking out the moose is part of the excitement and the larger the specimen the better it is. There is also the hunting laws that should be considered. Unlike other parts of the world, the Canadian hunting laws are rather laid back and much more relaxed than that of the US. The Canadian government is tapped in too the fact that hunting is an effective method of population control when it comes to the species that are actively hunted. When the population of a certain species gets out of control it can then pose a serious threat to human life. So the government in Canada allows for more animals to be taken in order to protect the people that live in certain areas. There is a definite pleasure to hunting in Canada. The bears that live in Canada are by far larger than that of the other areas in the world. This is why so many people are flocking to the country to hunt some of the bears that are living there. The bear population exploded in the last few decades and the number of bear attacks increased many times over. When this started happening, the government opened hunting on many of the species that were at one time protected from being hunted. If you are looking for some of the best hunting in the world you should certainly take the time to go to Canada. There is nothing that you can not do when it comes to hunting for all of your favorite species. The hunting in Canada is among the best in the world. Just be sure to take the time to get all of the license and permits that you will need. There are stiff penalties for those that try to poach.
If you’re planning a trip to Canada, you should visit the country’s great capital city, Ottawa. It is a city rich in history and has a wealth of attractions, activities and entertainments to suit everyone. Whether you want to take a short break or a longer vacation, you will enjoy Ottawa and all that it has to offer! There are numerous museums to visit, such as the Canadian Museum of Civilization, Canadian War Museum, National Gallery of Canada, Canada Agriculture Museum, Canada Aviation Museum, Canada Science and Technology Museum, Billings Estate Museum, Cumberland Heritage Village Museum, Currency Museum of the Bank of Canada, Royal Canadian Mint, Canadian Museum of Nature and Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography. So there’s something to interest all tastes. If you want to make the most of your visit to Ottawa, there are various tours available. You can go on walking tours, cruises and bus tours. What’s more, you can even take an Amphibus sightseeing tour of the city, and see Ottawa from both the land and the water! Ottawa has many parks and open spaces where you can unwind and take a break from all the sightseeing, maybe enjoy a picnic or take the kids to play. There are lots of opportunities in the area if you want to get out in the great outdoors during your holiday. There are plenty of sporting facilities and activities that you can do, including rafting trips on the Ottawa River, cycling, golf and swimming. And if you happen to be in Ottawa during the winter, you’ll be able to go ice skating on The Rideau Canal, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site! Ottawa also has many child-friendly attractions, so it’s an ideal destination to take all the family on holiday. The kids will love Saunders Farm, Laser Quest (one which the adults will also appreciate!), Midway Family Fun Park, Pirate Adventures and Valleyview Little Animal Farm. So there’s plenty to keep the youngsters entertained in Ottawa! The city also has a great selection of restaurants to suit all tastes. There’s somewhere for just about everyone to dine here, whether you’re looking for a high-class restaurant or a take-away. Ottawa is also a shopper’s paradise! It has a wealth of shopping centres as well as other stores. While you’re in the city, try to visit the historic ByWard Market Square, where you will find a wide variety of items on sale. Here you will be able to buy bread, delicious chocolate, Indian food and spices, jewellery and a whole lot more! And if you’re looking for a good night out, you need look no further than Ottawa. Having enjoyed what the city has to offer by day, why not also take the opportunity to sample some of the nightlife here? There are various nightclubs and bars etc where you can have a fun evening out. Ottawa is an ideal Canadian holiday destination for everyone. Whether you’re planning a fun-filled family vacation, a sightseeing holiday or just a relaxing break, Ottawa has it all!