By "easy flier" I think you might mean the EZ Flyer.
It is an airplane manufactured by Blue Yonder Aviation
out of Calgary. They also manufacture the Merlin EZ among others.
Here is their website if you are interested: http://www.ezflyer.com/
It looks like there are 5 of them registered in Canada according to Transport Canada's database. Personally, I don't know much about the airplane itself.
Check out and bookmark the TC database at:
It's a useful site to check out how many aircraft of a particular type there are in Canada - and get the address of who owns them.
As for an aircraft with "quickly" removable wings for trailering to and from the airport or field -- I doubt you will be very happy with your search in this regard. I've researched a lot of UL's over the last few years and there really isn't anything like that. Most UL's have wings that are relatively easy to remove for trailering to an airport or private field -- but this is something you would generally do once or twice per season, or if needing to bring the aircraft back to your garage or shop for some work.
Others are welcome to respond here too -- but I don't thing anyone seriously trailers their airplane to and from home every
time they fly. There just isn't a UL made with wings that are that
easy to remove. Many have folding or "quick-folding wings" - but again, that is a design element intended more for ease of storage or hangering, rather than trailering to and from an airport with every flight.
From what I have learned, you will want to find an UL friendly airport or private strip to base your airplane at - if not permanently - at least seasonally. Ideally you would want a location that is a reasonable distance from your home. You don't want to spend 2 hours round trip driving every time you fly. You live in Cambridge, ON so there are a few options for our area. Even though I don't own an ultralight (yet) I personally do think it is a good idea to choose an aircraft which has wings that are fairly easy to remove or fold to facilitate transport to a field from time to time -- or to make it an easier operation to recover the plane from an unintended landing at some other site.
Don't be discouraged if you feel you have a lot to learn -- there is a lot to learn. I know - cause I'm still learning it! Far better to do your research first before jumping in an spending lots of money - only to find out you made many mistakes or are in over your head.
If you haven't already -- look through the many info threads already on this forum. You'll find out some good info right there.
And don't forget to check out the UPAC Convention -- August 18, 19 and 20.