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To find a specific location within Canada visually, try Google Maps Canada or Google Earth. Yahoo's Canadian City List is a good place to find local guides. Click the alpha key at top, then the city you want. Local Guides are under Travel and Transportation.
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Researching Canada & Finding Canadian Information

Looking for jobs in Canada? See our employment page (scroll down for Canadian resources). Seeking Canadiana? Canada and Canadians have a high profile on the Net. Below are some of the many sites that can help you research the history, geography, politics, society, culture, and people of Canada. Thousands of specialty Canadian search engines and directories have set about categorizing, indexing, or otherwise rendering Canadian content accessible. Canadian government is well represented online, at every level, and is itself a great source of information. Here's a sampling of the best Canadian resources, along with some useful tools for locating BC information: