TRAVEL to CANADA
Discover the sense of freedom!
SECTORS AND TRENDS
NATURE & ARCHEOLOGY
Discover the places where prehistoric fossils and 13,000-year-old human footprints were found.
FOOD AND WINE
Thanks to the presence of numerous ethnic restaurants, it is possible to taste specialties from all over the world.
PATHS OF MEMORY
A multi-ethnic company that has been able to work and invest in the poorest sections of the population by adopting advanced measures in terms of employment, public spending and the welfare state.
With its six time zones, it extends into a quadrant where immense natural resources, fauna and protected areas abound
THE METHODS PREFERRED BY THE ITALIANS
Cultural and economic beating heart with its symbolic Downtown district offers an insight into Canada’s economic and social miracle.
A large community of Italians is well represented in the beautiful capital of Ontario, especially in Saint Clair and College.
Important Canadian cultural center hosts renowned universities such as the Université du Quebec and Montreal University.
A great attraction for tourists is the so-called underground city, home to restaurants, cinemas, clubs and shops.
With its spectacular waterfalls, separated from the river by the American twin city, it offers an unparalleled spectacle for a naturalistic attraction with over 13 million visitors from all over the world
TRAVEL FOR WORK
Cosmopolitan territory rich in natural resources.
Culturally lively and very active in the districts of Toronto and Ottawa in the name of its multiculturalism in a much more sophisticated environment than in the wildest west.
Borders the U.S. and the Canadian provinces of Ontario that includes much of the Labrador peninsula.
A mostly flat territory characterized by a system of low coasts and numerous islands.
Rich in lakes of glacial origin, it is crossed by rivers used for the transport of timber which together with agriculture, cattle and sheep farms, fishing represent the main economic resources supported by a thriving system of the food, paper and metalworking industry, chemical, petrochemical, wood, tobacco, textile and shipbuilding.
Inlets, rivers, lakes are present in large numbers among lush wooded areas and areas well preserved in their natural state.