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One-way car hire in Canada

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One-way in Canada

Canada’s 3½ million square miles are home to just 35 million people. With so much untouched natural beauty to explore, there’s no better way to get around than by car – and a one-way rental gives you the freedom to experience Canada your own way. connects you to the biggest brands in car hire.

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Most popular one-way rentals in Canada

Crossing the Rockies? Touring the Great Lakes? Visiting the unforgettable Niagara Falls? Whatever your plans involve, we can make them happen. And with a one-way rental, you’re free to drive from A to B… and leave the car at B!

970 KM

One-way rentals from Vancouver to Calgary

In Vancouver, don’t forget to take advantage of the city’s amazing surroundings, whether you fancy skiing, whale-watching or white-water rafting. Leave the city and you’re guaranteed some outstanding views as you head up into the Rockies, particularly if you take Highway 99 (the ‘Sea to Sky Highway’). You could reach Calgary in a day, but few people do: Whistler, Salmon Arm, Revelstoke, Glacier National Park… even the names sound like invitations to stop and explore!

543 KM

One-way rentals from Montreal to Toronto

Montreal offers so much, including the Museum of Fine Arts and the Parc Olympique, built for the 1976 Olympic Games and packed with exhibitions today. The quickest way to Toronto lies down Highway 401, but many travellers prefer the 1000 Islands Parkway on the bank of the St Lawrence River. If you’re feeling brave, you can climb Toronto’s CN Tower and walk on its Glass Floor, 1,122 feet in the air! And of course, on the other side of Lake Ontario are the unforgettable Niagara Falls.

1306 KM

One-way rentals from Edmonton to Winnipeg

While you’re in Edmonton, why not visit the Winspear Centre for some culture – or experience life in 1846 at Fort Edmonton Park? On the road east, stop at Elk Island National Park and play golf, fish, go boating, or simply enjoy Canada’s immense outdoors. Time your trip right and you can stop in Saskatoon to enjoy Winterfest, Folkfest, the Jazz Festival or the Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan Festival. When you reach Winnipeg, you’ve reached the ‘cultural cradle of Canada’, with plenty of history, art, theatre – and over 1,100 restaurants!