OntarioFrom the scenic Canadian Shield mountains, and vast shorelines of the Great Lakes, to staggering City skylines and bustling metropolitan centers, the province of Ontario offers diverse scenery, a seasonal climate, and limitless living opportunities for all.
As the second largest province, this East-Central Province of Canada shares a border with the US and the Great Lakes as well as Hudson's Bay. As Canada's most populated Province with 38% of the population (13.6 Million as of 2019), Ontario is also home to Canada’s capital city-Ottawa, and home to Parliament Hill, showcasing a stunning display of Victorian architecture and important Canadian history. Interestingly Ottawa is the seventh oldest capital city of the world, lending view to the importance it holds not only in Canada's history, but also how Ottawa is a leading city in employment and commerce.
Perhaps more famous than Ottawa, a melange of cultures comprise Toronto, Canada’s largest city and Ontario's capital, of its vibrant metropolitan population which gives speed to its bustling history and modern vision. Toronto, is home to the 553m-high CN Tower, the quaint Toronto Islands, and the world-class Niagara Falls. Toronto also boasts Eaton Centre and Kensington Market, which gives this world city a state-of-the-art shopping experience as well as a culturally enriching retail environment. Casa Loma, City Hall (and just off from the City Hall is Nathan Phillips Square), as well as Scarborough Bluffs all rise up along this Ontario-city's skyline, enriching this world famous place with historical prowess. Of the modern amenities, these include Roger's Centre, Canada's Wonderland, Ontario Science Centre, Royal Ontario Museum, Ripley' Aquarium of Canada, Toronto Zoo, High Park, and the Art Gallery of Ontario; an end to the extravagance does not exist within Toronto!
A melange of cultures which comprise Ontario of its vibrant population gives speed to its cultural heritage. Including London, Thunder Bay, Hamilton, Kingston, Windsor and Sudbury, Ontario's natural and diverse landscape extends from its grand city centers to the fleeting Great Lakes, while woodlands and hills extend far into the northern horizon, giving light to the wondrous natural landscape of Ontario.
Whether it be for reasons within the leading sectors of Ontario's world-class economy, or cultural ties which lend to Ontario's rich historical importance. The dynamic elements of Ontario's natural landscape and modern environment blend perfectly together to create Canada's capital province. Ontario is a core location in so many aspects of this modern age and it is the place to be!