Crest of OntarioOntario is Canada’s 2nd largest province and contains the country’s capital city Ottawa and also one of Canada’s most popular cities Toronto. Both contain many attractions and are great places not only to live in but also visit. It is also Canada’s most populated province with a population of 13.6 million. The province is surrounded by a series of lakes the largest being Lake Ontario. This, therefore, makes for a more humid climate providing cold winters and warm summers.

Ontario shares a number of borders with the USA making it easy for residents to take trips to see family and friends as well as take advantage of lower taxation on certain goods. The province is also where Canada’s number one tourist attraction Niagara Falls is located. Within Canada, Ontario borders the province of Quebec at one end and Manitoba at the other.

Ontario is a very desirable province in Canada and offers excellent education and quality of life it boasts some amazing scenery and has activities to occupy you in both the summer and winter months. It boasts some world-famous sports teams (Toronto Maple Leafs, Ottawa Senators, Toronto Blue Jays, and Toronto FC) and until a few years ago was home to the tallest building in the world the CN Tower.

For further information on Ontario, please check the following websites:

Ontario Tourism:                       www.ontariotravel.net/en/home

Ontario Cities:                          www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_cities_in_Ontario

Toronto Tourism:                      www.seetorontonow.com

Ottawa Tourism:                      www.ottawatourism.ca

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Alliston is a settlement in Simcoe County in the Canadian province of Ontario. It has been part of the Town of New Tecumseth since the 1991 amalgamation of Alliston and nearby villages of Beeton, Tottenham, and the Township of Tecumseth. The primary downtown area is located along Highway 89, known as Victoria Street. The town grew as a commercial centre for the area farmers and was best known as a potato-growing area. It is still a major industry in the town and is celebrated by the annual Alliston Potato Festival.  In the 2016 census, the town of Alliston grew by 25% since 2011 to 19,243 residents making it one of the top 10 fastest growing communities in Canada. This is over 5 times greater than the average growth recorded in Ontario during the same period. For further information please check the following websites:

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