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Can-Am, or CanAm, is an abbreviation of Canadian-American. It may refer to:
- CanAm Highway, an international highway connecting Canada to the United States and Mexico, extending from La Ronge, Saskatchewan to El Paso, Texas.
- Can-Am Center, an international study centre for Canada-US relations at the University of Maine.
- Can-Am motorcycles, founded in 1971, a division of the Canadian corporation BRP that produces motorcycles and all-terrain vehicles.
- The Can-Am Spyder, a three-wheeled motorcycle manufactured since 2007 by Can-Am motorcycles.
- Can-Am Challenge Cup, known as "Can-Am", a former sports car racing series that ran from 1966 to 1987 in Canada and the United States.
- Can-Am Speedway, a motorsports dirt track racing venue in La Fargeville, New York.
- CanAm Association, or the "Canadian American Association of Professional Baseball", known as the modern Can-Am League. Founded in 2005.
- Can-Am Grays, a former professional independent baseball team which played in the Can-Am League from 2005 to 2008.
- Canadian–American League, the original Can-Am League which operated between 1936 and 1951.
- Can-Am Lacrosse League, a league of the Canadian Lacrosse Association based in Southwestern Ontario and upstate New York.
- CanAm Conference, a part of the Women's Premier Soccer League based in Southern Ontario and upstate New York.
- The Can-Am Connection, a tag team composed of Rick Martel and Tom Zenk in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) through 1986 and 1987.
- The Can-Am Express, a tag team formed by Doug Furnas and Dan Kroffat (later replaced by Phil LaFon) that wrestled from 1989 to 1999.
- The Can-Am Wrestling School, a professional wrestling promotion training school owned by the Ontario-based Border City Wrestling.
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