Most of the resources I come across are for the US. Occasionally, I do come across a good site for other countries. Today's genealogy helper is Canadian Genealogy.
The site is filled with genealogical information for your research. On the left side of the page is links to information for each province in Canada. At the bottom of the list is a link to the Canadian Indians page. Even if you have Native American blood in the United States, you might want to take a look at this page. It includes the 1906 Handbook of American Indians, which documents tribes that traveled between the two countries.
On the right side of the homepage is links to other information. These include 22 of the 36 volumes of Chronicles of Canada, writings on the Jesuits in North America, Passamawquoddy Folklore and more.
One feature I really like about the site is that it includes both paid and free resources for your genealogy research. While Free Genealogy Resources is geared towards freebies, sometimes it becomes necessary to pay for the information you seek. The Canadian Genealogy website notes whether the links are for paid or free resources.