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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.

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Toronto

Cultured and cosmopolitan, Toronto nevertheless manages to remain relaxed, livable, and fun all at the same time. Canada's center of the arts...

Ottawa

Although Ottawa remains a government town, the growth of the high-tech sector in recent years has given the city, its restaurants, shops, and...

Niagara Falls

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Niagara Wine Region

Ontarians have been growing Concord grapes for (sweet) wine in the Niagara region since the 1800s, but experiments with European Vitis vinifera...

Stratford

In July 1953 Alec Guinness, one of the world's greatest actors, joined with Tyrone Guthrie, probably the world's greatest Shakespearean director...

Gravenhurst

Gravenhurst is a town of approximately 10,000 and the birthplace of Norman Bethune, a surgeon, inventor, and political activist who is a Canadian...

Algonquin Provincial Park

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Huntsville

Muskoka's Huntsville region is filled with lakes and streams, stands of virgin birch and pine, and deer—and no shortage of year-round resorts...

White River

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Thunder Bay

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Kitchener and Waterloo

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St. Jacobs

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Sault Ste. Marie

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Ouimet Canyon Provincial Park

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Ottawa

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Niagara-on-the-Lake

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Manitoulin Island

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London

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Brantford

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Sudbury

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St. Joseph Island

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Hamilton

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Toronto

Cultured and cosmopolitan, Toronto nevertheless manages to remain relaxed, livable, and fun all at the same time. Canada's center of the arts...

Ottawa

Although Ottawa remains a government town, the growth of the high-tech sector in recent years has given the city, its restaurants, shops, and...

Niagara Falls

...

Niagara Wine Region

Ontarians have been growing Concord grapes for (sweet) wine in the Niagara region since the 1800s, but experiments with European Vitis vinifera...

Stratford

In July 1953 Alec Guinness, one of the world's greatest actors, joined with Tyrone Guthrie, probably the world's greatest Shakespearean director...

Gravenhurst

Gravenhurst is a town of approximately 10,000 and the birthplace of Norman Bethune, a surgeon, inventor, and political activist who is a Canadian...

Huntsville

Muskoka's Huntsville region is filled with lakes and streams, stands of virgin birch and pine, and deer—and no shortage of year-round resorts...

White River

...

Thunder Bay

...

Kitchener and Waterloo

...

Brantford

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St. Jacobs

...

Sault Ste. Marie

...

Ouimet Canyon Provincial Park

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Ottawa

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Niagara-on-the-Lake

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London

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Sudbury

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St. Joseph Island

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Hamilton

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