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Ontario

Ontario is Canada’s most populous province, home to 40% of Canada’s population. It combines the metropolitan big city bustle of Toronto and Ottawa with the pastoral charm of smaller towns like Stratford, Kingston and Niagara-on-the-Lake, and is Canada’s most diverse province.

Historically divided into Northern and Southern Ontario, the province is still worth thinking about in these terms – Southern Ontario is where you’ll find most of the province’s farmlands and vineyards, as well as larger cities like Toronto and Niagara Falls. Northern Ontario is sparsely populated but provides the iconic Canadian wide open spaces and remote wilderness.

Big city life
Ontario is home to two of Canada’s biggest cities. Toronto is Canada’s most multi-cultural and populous city; whilst Ottawa’s impressive historic parliament buildings give away the nation’s capital city.

Both cities offer world-class art galleries, theatres, shopping malls, sports stadiums and gorgeous parks, along with interesting architecture and restaurants offering all sorts of cuisine. They also play host to various major cultural festivals every year. Ottawa is the home of Winterlude; one of the world’s largest winter festivals - a magical time when the city is turned into a white sparkling kingdom.

Small town charm
Going further north, you’ll find yourself in the more sparsely populated part of Ontario, which means larger expanses of unspoiled countryside, forests and lakeside drives and views. North Ontario is the place to be if you enjoy the outdoors, with plenty of opportunities for fishing, boating, canoeing and camping. For those looking for a thrill in wintertime, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing are popular.

Thunder Bay is the largest city in the north of Ontario, although it has more of a large-town feel and takes its name from the immense bay at the head of Lake Superior.

Top experiences not to miss in Ontario

Among the many experiences you shouldn’t miss in Ontario are:

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    A ride to the top of Toronto’s CN Tower, where you are afforded breath-taking panoramic views of one of the largest cities in North America

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    A visit to spectacular Niagara Falls – a helicopter ride over the enormous thundering falls is an unforgettable experience. The Hornblower boat trips offer an up close and personal view

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    A scenic drive along Highway 17 (referred to by some as “King’s Highway”); the section of the highway that passes above Lake Superior is considered one of the most beautiful in the country

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    Relaxation and outdoor activities at any of the three Great Lakes you can access in Ontario – Lake Huron, Lake Ontario and Lake Superior; a variety of activities can be enjoyed on the lakes at all times of the year, from boating in the summer to ice fishing in the winter