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Ontario Fun Facts
The provincial motto is “Ut incepit fidelis sic permanent” meaning “Loyal she began and loyal she remains.”
The province of Ontario is larger than France and Spain combined.
At 1,781 miles, Yonge Street is renowned as the longest street in the world.
Canada’s first subway was opened to the public on March 30, 1954.
Wasaga Beach located on Georgian Bay is the world’s longest freshwater beach.
The CN Tower, which was completed in 1975, is the third tallest tower in the world.
Why go on an Ontario tour?
With a population of more than 13.5 million, Ontario is the second largest province in Canada. As a province that greatly thrives on diversity, Ontario features influences from various cultural backgrounds. As soon as you set foot in the exciting metropolitan of Toronto, you will find a mix of many cultures and different nationalities, offering visitors some of the best restaurants in the world. If you’re a sports fan, Toronto is home to world-series winners: the Toronto Blue Jays, NBA’s Toronto Raptors and the infamous Toronto Maple Leafs. They have every season covered, so why not take in a game during your visit? Not to be missed during the first weekend of August is North America’s largest cultural festival, Caribana, which draws over 1,000,000 visitors.
Located in Ontario is Canada’s capital, Ottawa – which offers more than just Canada’s juridical systems. Wander along the historic Byward Market, visit the trendy restaurants and cool unique shops and boutiques that line the heart of this wonderful and diverse city – there are multiple options for travellers to choose from while in Ottawa! Afterward, why not travel to the Niagara region? Walk along its nearby parks and attractions and rejoice over the majestic sight of Niagara Falls at night. You can also visit one of the local wineries, where you are welcomed to sample award-winning vintages. If you are an adventurer at heart, travel to Hudson Bay where you can explore the wildlife and get in touch with nature. Whatever you decide to do, we guarantee that you will not be disappointed. In fact, you will immediately notice on your Ontario tour that there is something for everyone in this vibrant, culturally diverse, active and naturally beautiful province!
When is the best time to go?
This Canadian province is truly a year-round destination. Whether you visit in the spring or summer, winter or fall, there is an activity here that will suit any age. Ontario generates the most visitors during spring and summer. This is when festivals are abundant in Southern Ontario. During this time, Ontario averages daily high temperature of above 22C. Over the course of a year, the temperature typically varies from -6C to 27C and is rarely below -13C or above 31C.
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