Toronto is a teeming megalopolis and a gem on the Golden Horseshoe of Ontario. Culture, arts, music, history, night life and jobs all beckon.
Have you ever been to Bob's Lake in Ontario, Canada? Each year, my family makes the long voyage from PA into Ontario and stays at a cabin on Bob's Lake. We've been doing this since 1988, and it's a tradition that will be hard to break. Bob's Lake is a beautiful place to take a vacation to, and...
Wasaga Beach, Ontario , Canada welcome to fun in sun on a beach in the north. The longest freshwater beach in the world.
One of the largest freshwater inland seas in the world, Lake Erie offers a tour of breathtaking landscapes, vineyards, beaches, famous shipwreck sites, parks, and unexpected First Nations settlements.
Ever consider visiting Canada? Why not? The worlds most pristine boreal forest lies in Canada's north waiting to be explored. Located in northern Ontario is the Towab Trail, one of Canada's best!
A disreputable but nevertheless — or even consequently — highly popular figure, John Prince (1796-1870) was the individual for whom the scenic Prince Township, in Ontario's Algoma District, was named.`
The CN Tower is a magnificent structure. It is an iconic landmark and one of the most popular tourist attractions in Canada.
The Romanesque solidity and permanence of this building in Woodstock, Ontario has a lot to do with the fact that it once served as the Oxford County Jail, now transformed in to the offices of the Oxford County Board of Health.
Woodstock's Old Registry Building dates from 1876; it replaced a previous building from 1847.
Dating from 1903, and originally the property of the prominent Wood family, Falconer Hall (originally Wymilwood) has distinguished associations with women's university education, the beginnings of York University and with the University of Toronto's Law Faculty.