Yes, I already check that. I was hoping for some tips on the road. Hotels recommend, places to stop, etc. Thanks anyways
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Take the northern trans Canada route from Montreal (A15, I believe). It's the quickest way across country. Stop in Cochrane. Expect a 9 - 11 hour day. The next day, drive to Thunder Bay, and stop there. Try to get to the area around Nipigon in the daylight - beautiful. Expect a 7 - 9 hour day. Youl could also do this all in one stretch, while switching drivers. I drove 24 hours straight from Ottawa to Winnipeg going mostly the same route. The road is generally in good condition and has ample passing lanes. The exception is from Thunder Bay to Kenora. I found the westward trip there to be frustrating, as there weren't quite enough passing lanes for the traffic.
Note: if you instead choose to go through Ottawa and Saulte Ste Marie on Kings Highway 17, you do not want to be driving at night. There are more moose than people, and they all hang out on the highway. Fog is also common.
You can also go to Saulte Ste Marie and cross into the US and go from there to hit I90. I'd personally recommend the drive through Canada, as it's only 22kms more and doesn't involve the hastle of border crossings.
Alternatively, you can go the entire way on the 401 and interstate system. It is longer, but has a shorter total time by 2 - 3 hours. I think the drive through Canada is fine, and not worth the effort of crossing the border just for a drive.
Spend the next day driving to Regina. It's a 12 - 14 hour day. From East of Winnipeg on, the drive is flat and very uneventful. From just past the Manitoba border on, the road is 4 lanes and in good condition. You can avoid Winnipeg to the North or South (south is shorter) but you will still encounter multiple traffic lights in Manitoba.
The next day, plan to drive the 10 - 12 hours to Golden BC. The road is 4 lanes all the way to the Alberta BC border. It has also been twinned through much of the Kicking Horse Canyon just East of Golden. It's a very beautiful area. You can avoid Calgary to the north on the new freeway if you want.
From Golden, plan to drive to Vancouver. It's not a bad drive. From Kamloops on you're on a freeway, and there are multiple sections that have been upgraded to 4 lanes between Golden and Kamloops. There are also ample passing lanes. The rest I have no idea about, as I've never done the crossing or been to Vancouver Island. All in all from Montreal to Vancouver you're looking about about 48 hours of driving.