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The Best Province to Live in Canada

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maria carrillo

on 16 December 2012

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Ontario The Best Place to Live Ontario's GDP Ontario's population Land form Ecozones of Ontario Climate Human Activities 12,851,821people Ontario has three main climate regions. 1,076,000 km² Ontario's area is ... It is the second
largest province
in Canada! And Ontario's GDP continues to increase... It has the largest GDP from all the provinces in Canada! It has the highest population in Canada! Southwestern Ontario has a humid continental climate.
They have warm, humid summers and cold winters. Central and Eastern Ontario have a more severe continental climate. This region has warm and sometimes hot summers with longer and colder winters. The northern part of Ontario have a subarctic climate. With long severely cold winters and short cool to warm summers. Ontario is divided into four regions... $654,561 Canadian Shield Hudson Bay Lowlands Great Lakes Lowlands St. Lawrence Lowlands Hudson
Lowlands Boreal Shield Mixedwood
Plains Bay #2-Ottawa Top 5 Major Urban Areas #4- Kitchener #1-Toronto #3-Hamilton #5-London Recreation Tourism There are many places to visit
in Ontario... Toronto Ottawa Mississauga has more than 480 parks and woodlands to explore. M Mississauga Niagara Falls There are wax museums and a Ripley's Believe It or Not Museum, and the falls themselves are beautiful. You can visit the CN Tower, Hockey
Hall of Fame, Royal Ontario Museum, and shop in Toronto's Kensington Market and Chinatown. You can visit the parliament of Canada,
the stunning National Gallery of Canada, the Canadian Nature Museum and the National Aviation Museum and in the Rideau Canal you can do boating in the summer and ice-skating in the winter. Around the western end of Lake Ontario also called the Golden Horseshoe is mostly used for manufacturing. -cycling
-inline skating
-Skiing, snowboarding
in the winter
- fishing
-bird watching
-watch/play Hockey People like to do for fun: The urban centres of southwestern Ontario are transportation, service and manufacturing centres. The cities of northern Ontario are transportation centres and is Canada's largest mining district The End!
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