Canadian Online Explorer

Canadian Online Explorer

Infobox Website
name = CANOE

caption =
url =
type = Web portal
language = English, French
registration =
launch date = March 4, 1996
alexa = 2,015

Canadian Online Explorer (commonly CANOE or is a bilingual online news and information site from Canada. It has been in operation since 4 March 1996 and receives around 500-700 million page views each month from 6-7 million Canadian visitors. It is a part of Quebecor Media.

The site contains three levels of content:

*Web-exclusive articles and sections, including Jobboom,, SLAM! Sports, JAM! Showbiz, CANOE Travel, CANOE Money and .
*Special online editions of various Canadian newspapers including Sun Media papers and the "London Free Press".
*Application and features such as crosswords, Canadian club and concert listings (C*LIVE), movie listings and weather.

External links

* [ Official site]

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