please wait . this action may be take a while

Canada Photo Lab

100% Made Locally in Canada. | Thank you for supporting our Small Business.

High Quality Canvas Prints Photo Printing Metal Printing Picture Framing

With the understanding that how much a picture is worth and that you'll want to keep it as a memento for years to come, we provide our canvas wrapping services all throughout Canada. Canada Photo Lab service is unparalleled in terms of both its level of quality and its level of accuracy when it comes to printing on canvas.


Since we’ve been in business for more than twenty years, we’ve had plenty of time to appreciate the value of a good image and the memories it may help retain.

Frames made of wood and metal are among our most popular products, but we also offer a large selection of frames made from a variety of different materials. In addition, we want our clients to be able to personalize every part of their canvas; for this reason, we give a broad range of frame thicknesses and colors for them to pick from.

Although the process of canvas printing & wrapping is impressive in its own right, some images need specific care after they have been shown for a period of time. As a result of Canada Photo Lab’s twenty years of experience in the industry, we pay particular attention to these sorts of photographs and provide a photo restoration service with our very own methodology, which was developed in conjunction with our clients. We are not pleased to announce that we depend on a low-cost, off-the-shelf solution to provide this service, but we are happy to declare that we have duplicated some of the best image restorations in the whole of Canada.

Even in typically grainy areas like the face and eyes, the images are crystal clear and detailed on their whole. Canada as a whole has a very favourable impression of our firm, and we are certain that our final product will be unparalleled in its field.

It’s possible that the Canadian city of Dieppe is in the province of New Brunswick. Dieppe is most famous for its delectable scallops, but the town also has a stunning pebble beach, a castle that dates back to the 15th century, and the churches of Saint-Jacques and Saint-Remi. Dieppe takes part in the New Brunswick local historic sites programme, one of the programmes funded by the Canadian federal government as part of the landmark places project.

The French spoken by the people who live in the southeastern part of New Brunswick has its very own unique dialect. It is a first for the province of New Brunswick that Dieppe has passed a by-law mandating outdoor business signs to be written in both official languages. This was approved by the majority of the city’s citizens.