The first question that you need to ask yourself when you are thinking about setting up a VPS Canada hosting account is what is a VPS? The reason I ask this is because there are some things about it that might make you wonder what on Earth they were thinking when they invented them.
First of all, I want to make sure that you know what a VPS is before I get started with my questions. Basically a VPS is simply a virtual private server where you have your own operating system, hardware, and other software on the server. This allows you to use your own operating system so that you don't have to run any software or programs that aren't allowed to be installed on your main operating system. You then have your own partition which is your home directory, and a few other partitions that are for your programs. If you have a physical PC or a laptop, you can do the same thing but if you're running a website that requires more bandwidth, then you may want to go with a dedicated server. A dedicated server is what you would find at a large online retailer or even your local office supply store. The reason I say you would be able to use your computer at these places is that the hosting company does most of the work and only lets you use your personal website or blog.
In conclusion, I know that you want to know what VPS Canada host is, but before I get into my questions, I want to assure you that I will never ask you to pay for the service. It is entirely up to you to use them, but if you are looking for the same service that you would find in a bigger website, then it is worth the money that you would have to pay for a regular virtual private server. With that being said, you need to take a second and think about your needs and then go from there.