Ontario is home to natural wonders such as Niagara Falls and Lake Superior, and man-made marvels such as the Rideau Canal and the CN Tower. Ontario is Canada's most populous province, and its capital city, Toronto, is also the country's largest. Known for its multicultural heritage, and endless spoken languages, the world truly does call Toronto home.
Quick Facts Population: over 12.1 million
Capital City: Toronto
Nations Capital: Ontario is home to Ottawa, the Capital of Canada
GLBT Legislation: The Ontario Human Rights Code makes it against the law to discriminate against someone or to harass them because of their sexual orientation or their same-sex partnership status. Ontario was the first province in Canada to legalize same-sex marriage in June 2003.
Honeymoon Capital: Niagara Falls is Canada's honeymoon destination
Noteworthy: Toronto is home to one of the world's largest pride events, with the parade attracting close to a million spectators.
Niagara is Canada's finest wine country, 2 wine country touring passes, see a magnificent play by the famous Oscar Wilde and stay in luxurious accommodations at Niagara's finest inn....
Goodbye winter… hello spring!! In Ontario, winter can feel [and be) long and cold. That’s why we embrace the season with fun and heart-warming activities like cross-country skiing, ice skating, snowboarding, and a myriad of indoor pursuits. When March approaches, Ontarians take deep pleasure in noticing the first signs of spring. Here are my top......
It’s that time of year when, after a day of being outside in the cold fresh air, you get those intense cravings for hearty and wholesome comfort food. Like when you’ve cross-country skied for hours through beautiful snow covered......