5 WAYS TO OWN WINTER IN TORONTO

We’ve heard that some people have mixed feelings about winter, but Toronto has shown it is possible to mix big city urban edge with a true embrace of the season. Light festivals, waterfront art, and the hippest skate trail are just some of the ways our largest city does winter right. Spend a day (and/or…

6 HOLIDAY MARKETS THAT’LL GET YOU INTO THE SEASONAL SPIRIT

The holiday season brings out two kinds of people – those who have their shopping done early and are ready to start celebrating, and scrambling, last-minute procrastinators (you know who you are). Ontario’s outdoor holiday markets will please both. Bring your shopping basket; find one-of-a-kind gifts, crafts and homemade edibles. Get into the merry mood…

11 LIGHT FESTIVALS GUARANTEED TO UP THE ENERGY OF THE SEASON

From downtown tree lighting ceremonies to the illumination of Niagara Falls, all corners of Ontario shine bright. Owen Sound Festival of Northern Lights, November 18 – January 7 Owen Sound’s harbour, riverbanks, downtown and Harrison Park will be decorated with close to 400 displays and over 25 kilometres of lights; serving as a colourful backdrop…

Experience Winter Magic at Lumina Borealis

There’s a new event debuting in Ontario this winter, and it is the perfect way to get in the spirit of the season. Lumina Borealis transforms the grounds of Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada into a winter wonderland, with surprises and awe-inspiring sights around each corner. Wander through a snow-dusted forest of evergreens where woodland…

6 more weeks of winter!

Guest blog by Kevin Forget With over 10 years’ experience as Executive Producer at Breakfast Television, Canada’s #1 morning show, Kevin is no stranger to tourism, promoting the province through remote broadcasts in Parry Sound, Gravenhurst, Blue Mountain & more. He joins us to bring you all the latest to see and do in Ontario. I’ve…

High Energy Excitement – Highlights from Crashed Ice in Niagara Falls

Adrenaline, high speed and amazing skating skills! For the first time ever Red Bull’s Crashed Ice touched down in Niagara Falls, Ontario. Crashed Ice is an annual tournament where skaters race down a 535-metre urban ice track over jumps at high speeds. Running 460 metres in length, an average width of 4.5 metres, the Red…