Traveling to the province of Ontario you as a traveler can enjoy some of Canada’s earliest Historical, largest Metropolitan and Industrial Cities. Southern Ontario located along the Great Lakes, Toronto, Niagara Falls, Hamilton and St. Catherines are among the largest cities in Ontario. Collingwood noted as a Premier Ranked Tourist Destination, situated at the south shore of Georgian Bay at the foot of Blue Mountain is Ontario’s highest Ski hill. In Western Ontario nature and history are full in the communities of Fort Frances and Nipigon offering the traveler a great place for a family vacation, winter or summer. Central Ontario Located between Georgian Bay and the North Shore of Lake Ontario has many rivers, lakes and farms and makes for a beautiful place to vacation too. The community of Haliburton County known as Cottage Country makes for a great Tourist Destination. Northern Ontario is an all season Travel Destination and has many communities Timmins the home town of Shania Twain is rich in history, Sudbury the largest city of Northern Ontario, Thunder Bay nature and history creating most of their tourist attractions and Dryden full of lakes, trails, golfing and the culture of First Nations Pow Wows.
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Central Ontario Central Ontario is the portion of the Canadian province of Ontario which lies between Georgian Bay and a portion of the north shore of Lake Ontario. The population was 959,266 in 2 ..read more
Eastern Ontario French explorers and fur traders were the first Europeans to pass through this region. Samuel de Champlain, explorer, traversed the Ottawa River in 1615 on his way westward to the ..read more
Northern Ontario Northern Ontario is the part of the province of Ontario, Canada, which lies north of Lake Huron, Georgian Bay, the French River and Lake Nipissing.
Northern Ontario has a land are ..read more
Southern Ontario It is generally considered distinct from Northern Ontario, as it is far more densely populated and contains the majority of the province's cities, major roads, and institutions (So ..read more