Winter is here! It’s the perfect time to explore the province and capture some picture-perfect Ontario memories. Here are a few of the prettiest spots to Insta-share during the season. ARROWHEAD PROVINCIAL PARK, HUNTSVILLE It’s a local favourite for its skate trail and kilometers of cross-country ski trails, but recently Arrowhead has been making headlines as the word has spread […]
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Love photographing while you are on vacation? Nothing beats a skyline shot of the city you are visiting. We’ve got 6 suggestions for the best vantage points of Toronto, as seen by Ontario instagrammers. 1. Toronto Island Ferry Photo by @AlexStrohl Take a short 10 minute ride on the Toronto Island Ferry and find yourself […]
We’re Popping up in Pittsburgh!
This spring we’re heading to Pittsburgh, PA and bringing along some of Ontario’s tastiest treats, most thrilling attractions, and most beautiful places. Between April 7-9, 2014, stop by Pop Up Canada at 623 Smithfield St. and experience a little bit of Ontario in your own backyard. Here’s a peek at what you can discover: The […]
Winter in Ontario as seen by you!
Toronto, Ontario Photo by @coomeshoot It’s been a spectacular winter of fresh snowfalls, perfect for skiing, sledding, snowshoeing & of course photographing. Here’s just a few of our favourite fan photos of winter 2014. Muskoka, Ontario Photo by @muskoka_man Photo by @_miss_cali_ Toronto, Ontario Photo by: @sinsintome Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario Photo by @jana_b_ananas Ajax, […]
Guest blog by Katherine Low. I grew up in St. Thomas, home to the life-sized monument of Jumbo the Elephant, who died there in 1885. Jumbo keeps watch and greets all residents and visitors as they drive up Talbot Street into downtown. Having stood there my whole life, Jumbo makes me feel like I need […]
Are you ready to experience the CN Tower in a whole new way? The EdgeWalk at the CN Tower is the first attraction of its kind in North America and has adventure lovers taking a walk 116 stories above the ground around the circumference of one of Canada’s most famous landmarks.