Ontario Travel Guide
Ontario has both Canada's political capital, Ottawa, and its commercial capital, Toronto. It's also big (four times the size of Great Britain), rich, and growing. You can ice-skate on a canal in Ottawa, ski at first-rate resorts, indulge in Shakespeare in rural Stratford, sail on four of the Great Lakes, or go get lost in a wilderness that stretches all the way to the shores of James Bay. And in the past 20 years or so, Ontario has shuffled off its staid, Scottish ways and learned to eat and drink well—even how to party—thanks largely to an influx of settlers from just about every country on earth.
Parks and Preserves in Ontario
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I wrote a blog about my adventures whilst camping in Canada, ontario. Read more
Just a short (I hope) trip report of my recent trip to Northern Ontario.
The primary purpose of this trip was to do the Agawa Canyon Train Tour.
The Agawa Canyon is a scenic area north of Sault Ste. Marie Read more
I wrote a new blog about my adventures in Canada and my experiences with bears and other animals
Hopefully you will like it!
http://annastraveltribute.wordpress.com/2014/04/17/camping-in-canada-sleeping-with-bears/ Read more