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Why Famous
  • Ontario famous for Wasaga Beach and Barrie are both less than two hours away by car proving to be popular getaway destinations.
  • Toronto is famous for its amazing multicultural atmosphere and its beautiful downtown.
  • In Ontario Ice Wine  is a dessert wine made from grapes frozen while still on the vine.

 

Facts Destination
  • The capital of Ontario is Toronto which is famous with the name of “Golden Horseshoe” in the southern part of Ontario.l
  • The Ontario takes its name from Lake Ontario, which is thought to be derived from Ontarí:io, a Huron which means \"great lake\" or possibly skanadario which means \"beautiful water\" in Iroquoian.

 

Area Info
  • Total area is 1,076,395 km2 (415,598 sq mi).
  • It borders some of the continent\'s most well-known areas including the Hudson Bay, and four of the five Great Lakes.

 

Why Visit
  • There are many places to visit and enjoy like the Stock Market Place, the CN Tower, the world\'s tallest land-based freestanding structure.
  • In Ontario Niagara Falls and the theatre festival town of Niagara-on-the-Lake are most attractive and famous places.

 

Transport
  • The primary highway along the southern route is Highway 401/Highway of Heroes, the busiest highway in North America.
  • Other the primary highways across the north are Highway 417/Highway 17 and Highway 11, both part of the Trans-Canada Highway. Highway 400/Highway 69 connects Toronto to Northern Ontario.
  • The Saint Lawrence Seaway, which extends across most of the southern portion of the province and connects to the Atlantic Ocean, is the primary water transportation route for cargo, particularly iron ore and grain.
  • Via Rail operates the inter-regional passenger train service on the Quebec City – Windsor Corridor, along with \"The Canadian\", a transcontinental rail service from Toronto to Vancouver, and \"The Lake Superior\", a regional rail service from Sudbury to White River.
  • Additionally, Amtrak rail connects Ontario with key New York cities including Buffalo, Albany, and New York City.
  • Ontario Northland provides rail service to destinations as far north as Moosonee near James Bay, connecting them with the south.
  • Toronto Pearson International Airport provides the nation\'s busiest and the world\'s 29th busiest passengers handling services.