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Here is a quick look at the recommended places to check out and the best times to do so when visiting Canada:

  • January

It is a cold month in the country, but it is also the best time to get travel discounts. Check out ski resorts and snowboarding sites such as Mont-Tremblant, Charlottetown, Quebec City, and Winnipeg.

  • March

The month of March is known for spring skiing and the celebration of St. Patrick’s Day. Visit Toronto to celebrate the occasion, specifically at the waterfront. The city hosts the annual parade and celebrates the event with an after-party at a bar.

This is also the best time to check out the biggest ski resort in the country, the Whistler Blackcomb. It gets its highest snowfall in March, but the resort is open until mid-May.

  • April

Go for some family fun and check out the wildlife. You can go to places perfect for the weather, such as Victoria and Muskoka.

  • May

May is the time where flower blooms in the land and the best place to see incredible sights is in Ottawa.

  • June

It is summertime, and you will find summer festivals and events all over the country.

  • July

This may be the best month to head on to Calgary and St. John’s.

  • August

Summer festivities in the country continues, and you may want to experience them in Vancouver and the Canadian Rockies.

  • September

Make sure to check out Mont Sutton in Quebec to experience the changing of colors of the leaves during the fall.

  • October

For this month, you may want to explore Churchill and the twin cities of Kitchener-Waterloo.

  • November

It is Northern Lights time in the country and the best places to see them is in Yellowknife.

  • December

Experience a magical holiday at the Niagara Falls.

Geraldine Overbeck

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