Our operations began in 1996, in 2003 the business was renamed CanTour Global Inc. Over the years thousands of people from all over the world have joined us on a wide variety of educational sightseeing tours.  Tours have changed over time to meet an ever-changing demand and have included hiking, biking, canoeing, photography, dogsledding, snow shoeing and ice fishing and motor coach sightseeing tours of southern Georgian Bay, Toronto & Niagara Falls.  At times we have offered tours in four different languages.  Our tours have been enjoyed by travelers visiting from around the globe. We have also delivered ground-based tours for cruise ship operators such as Hapag-lloyd and Golden Bear Travel from California when Collingwood was a port of call for large cruise ships sailing the Great Lakes on fall colour tours. We have also supplied educational sightseeing tours to many people on corporate retreats.

Over the past two decades changes in the global economy, changes in international exchange rates along with SARS & COVID 19 have created many sudden and profound changes to international tourism. We are expecting a new normal once the Ontario economy opens from the restrictions of Covid 19.

Guided snow shoeing & ice fishing tours are now available in accordance with Ontario’s reopening plan. We have other tours being developed which will also be subject to Government of Ontario regulations and will be offered in accordance the Ontario’s re-opening plan.


About the owner Ray Mueller

Ray greatly values the pursuit of higher education and the search for knowledge. He believes that educationally focused travel is an excellent method of acquiring knowledge.

Ray received his B.Sc. at the University of Waterloo and has returned as a guest speaker, lecturing to Masters and Ph.D. students in the Department of “Recreation & Leisure Studies.” Ray’s lectures focus on the state of tourism in the southern Georgian Bay region.

Ray also has a passion for physical challenge. In the winter of 2005 Ray won two silver medals at the Canadian Masters Cross Country Ski Championships and he placed in the top twenty at the 2006 World Masters Championships held in Brusson Italy.