Canada Tourist Visa is a brief Canadian movement choice that enables tourists to visit Canada with the end goal of the travel industry and relaxation. A Canada tourist visa is otherwise called Canada guest visa or Canadian Temporary Resident Visa (TVR). The Canada tourist visa is conceded for a most extreme time of a half year.
Both the visas are substantial for a fixed period and can't be utilized after they terminate.
A solitary section visa enables the visa holder to enter Canada just once. After the visa holder leaves Canada, aside from heading out to the United States and St. Pierre and Miquelon, the individual in question will require another visa to enter Canada once more. On the off chance that the tourist is venturing out to the United States (counting its Territories and Possessions) or St. Pierre and Miquelon, the individual in question won't require another guest visa to come back to Canada.
A different section visa enables a guest to travel every which way from Canada for a half year on end, without having to reapply each time. The various section visa can be legitimate for as long as 10 years, or one month before the visa holder's international ID terminates, whichever happens prior.