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SEASONS IN CANADA

Canada has four distinct seasons. Each season has its own beauty and is enjoyed by the people in various ways. Canadians like outdoor activities. There are festivals, carnivals and shows along with activities that enable you to explore the vast and beautiful land.


Spring


On the west coast spring starts end of February. Elsewhere it begins in April and usually extends

till June. This is the time for flowers and festivals.


Tulips have always been synonymous with spring in Canada. Canada’s capital city Ottawa celebrates

the tulip season with The Canadian Tulip Festival. People come from all over the world to see this

spectacular sight.


In British Columbia spring is early and this is the time for the beautiful cherry blossoms.

This is also the time to celebrate the making of Canada’s most famous product, Maple syrup. Quebec,

Ontario, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia are home to many maple syrup farms. During March and April

these are opened to the public so that they can see the making of maple syrup.

Summer


In Canada summer is from late may to September, with July being the hottest month. Canadians enjoy

these months of summer and go for camping, hiking, fishing etc. This is the best time for newcomers

and visitors to go for sightseeing and take part in a wide variety of outdoor activities. This season also

sees a lot of festivals.


Fall


September and October is the time to watch the changing kaleidoscope of colors as the vast expanse of

forests and parks change from green to yellow, orange, red and brown. The best places to see the fall

colors are:


  • Algonquin Park, Ontario

  • Agawa Canyon Trip, Ontario

  • Fall Foliage Romance by Rail, Toronto - Montreal - Quebec City - Halifax

  • Niagara Parkway, Ontario

  • The Bruce Peninsula, Ontario

  • The Laurentian Mountains, Quebec

  • Prince Edward Island

  • The Cabot Trail, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia

  • Fundy Coastal Drive, New Brunswick


Winter

November to March is the winter season and this is also the time when Canada transforms itself into a

resort for winter sports. Winter festivals, ice carnivals along with a host of winter activities like skiing,

snowmobiling, ice skating make this a magical land.


There are some things you can do to enjoy this season: