How to Make Google Canada My Homepage
By Si Kingston
Updated September 28, 2017
Google Canada is the Canadian version of the Google search engine. Results for queries entered into this version of the search engine will incorporate more Canadian references. Google Canada also comes in a french version. The search engine can be designated as the home page on any Web browser such as Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. As the home page, Google Canada will open automatically whenever the browser is opened.
Launch Internet Explorer.
Go to Google Canada (see the "Resources" section of this article).
Click on the "Tools" menu at the top of the browser.
Select "Internet Options."
Hit the "General" tab. Under the "Home page" box hit the "Use current" button to make the current Web page the home page.
Open Firefox and navigate to the Google Canada Web page.
Click on the icon directly left of the Web address at the top of the Web browser and use the mouse to drag that icon further left to the "Home" button.
Select "Yes" when prompted by Firefox to add the current page as the home page.
Launch Chrome and select the "Tool" (wrench) icon in the top right corner of the browser.
Choose "Options" from the menu.
Select the "Basics" tab.
Select "Open this page" in the "Home Page" section. Type the Google Canada Web address.
Click "Open the home page" in the "On startup" section so Google Canada will start whenever the browser opens. Click "Close."
Si Kingston has been an online content contributor since 2004, with work appearing on websites such as MadeMan. She is a professional screenwriter and young-adult novelist and was awarded the Marion-Hood Boesworth Award for Young Fiction in 2008. Kingston holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Mills College.