List of canals of Canada

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Canada has a number of canals, including some ship canals. Most are located in eastern Canada, namely in Ontario, Quebec, and three in Nova Scotia. Seton Canal is located in British Columbia and is mostly a diversion channel.

List of natural canals[edit]

Between Magaguadavic River and Lake Utopia outside St. George, New Brunswick.

List of canals[edit]

List of abandoned canals[edit]

Parts of the Rouge River in Markham, Ontario was being planned by William Berczy in the 1790s as navigation route between Lake Simcoe and Lake Ontario via Holland River but did not progress beyond clearing of 24 miles along the route.[1]