"This answer should be..." Canada Transportation Tip by sskulkar

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This answer should be obvious... if you're not from the U.S, you'll have to fly. If you are from the U.S, you'll probably fly anyway, since Americans aren't too fond of trains. ;-)
Canada is a _very_ big place, and travel between different areas can take a long time. The best way to see several cities in one province is to rent a car - prices are much cheaper than in Europe. If you want to travel between provinces, however, you'll need to fly. Depending on the season, you might be able to get a flight from Ontario (ie. Toronto) to the West Coast (Calgary/Vancouver) for around $400 CDN.

Trains are also a possibility for travel between cities, and are generally better (faster, more comfortable) than buses. However, they may not run as often as they do in Europe, since so many people in Canada rely on their cars. Train travel in Ontario is not very scenic, but can be much more rewarding out west.

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  • Written Aug 24, 2002
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