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 travel information across Canada websiteTrans-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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Moving In Canada: real estate, relocations, and home neighbourhoods websiteMoving In Canada

This website is about towns, neighbourhoods, real estate, and relocation. Also helps you find and select realtors, home builders, aprtments, & movers in your community, across Canada

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Website Audit Services: how well is YOUR website doing?Website Audit

Find out how your website site stacks against competitors, and does it follow today's Best Practices, what are its shortcomings? Which are easiest to fix? Or does it need total replacement?
This independent audit is by experts, NOT trying to sell you other services.

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Web Marketing Blog: SEO tips for all kinds of businessWeb Marketing Blog

Web marketing & SEO tips for all types of businesses & industries

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Our Media Kit: web services our company providesOur Media Kit

Information for advertisers & ad agencies

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Ottawa-Gatineau FoundLocally.comFoundLocally Site

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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Halifax FoundLocally.comFoundLocally Site

NS: Halifax FoundLocally.comHalifax is a city with 380,000 residents with a large deep-water harbour on the Atlantic Ocean, and unique and important historic sites, including the Halifax Citadel

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Oakville-Burlington FoundLocally.comFoundLocally Site

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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Charlottetown  FoundLocally.comFoundLocally Site

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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Toronto   Home NeighbourhoodsFoundLocally Site

ON: Toronto Home NeighbourhoodsToronto, is the largest city in Canada with a total population of 4.3 million, and capital city of Ontario (we focus on the portion south of Eglinton)

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Mississauga-Brampton FoundLocally.comFoundLocally Site

ON: Mississauga-Brampton FoundLocally.comMississauga and Brampton lie just west of Toronto's Pearson Airport, with excellent highway access to its industrial parks.

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Saskatoon FoundLocally.comFoundLocally Site

Sk: Saskatoon FoundLocally.comSaskatoon is a university town in west-central Saskatchewan, straddling the #16 Yellowhead Highway

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Sudbury FoundLocally.comFoundLocally Site

ON: Sudbury FoundLocally.comSudbury is the largest centre in northeastern Ontario, with 93,000 in the city itself, and 162,000 in the Regional Municipality. Sudbury is known as the Nickel City because of its nickel and copper mines.

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Oshawa-Durham FoundLocally.comFoundLocally Site

ON: Oshawa-Durham FoundLocally.comOshawa began in 1760, and lay on the York-to-Kingston road, where in a mid-1800s farming implement and carriage works grew into General Motors Canada.

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Hamilton FoundLocally.comFoundLocally Site

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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Oshawa, Ontario travel informationTravel Feature

ON: Oshawa, Ontario travel informationOshawa began in 1760, and lay on the York-to-Kingston road, where in a mid-1800s farming implement and carriage works grew into General Motors Canada.

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Lake Chestermere, Alberta travel informationTravel Feature

AB: Lake Chestermere, Alberta travel informationLake Chestermere's lake is fed by an irrigation canal from the Bow River, from the weir just below the Calgary Zoo. The lake is popular for sailing, windsurfing, water skiing, and fishing.

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Kitchener-Waterloo  Travel InformationTravel Feature

ON: Kitchener-Waterloo Travel InformationKitchener-Waterloo is located in the heartland of Southern Ontario, also called Canada's Technology Triangle and is host to Oktoberfest

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Hope and Laidlaw, British Columbia Travel informationTravel Feature

BC: Hope and Laidlaw, British Columbia Travel informationThe District of Hope, with its 6800 residents, is at the eastern end of the fertile Fraser Valley and is the gateway to the Lower Mainland.

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Fredericton, New Brunswick Travel InformationTravel Feature

NB: Fredericton, New Brunswick Travel InformationFredericton is the capital city of New Brunswick, with a population of 81,000, and lies on the St. John River, and the Trans-Canada Highway, only 100 km from the US border.

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