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Rideau Canal in Ottawa

Rideau Canal in Ottawa - Rideau Canal is one of the must see places for tourists in Ottawa. This is because it consists of 47 lock stations as well as beautiful rivers and lakes that are connected to each other by canals. In addition, it offers a scenic view that has rightly earned it the title of a visitors’ paradise. Moreover, it is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a Canadian Heritage River and National Historic Site of Canada. This canal was built at a time when Canada was afraid of a potential attack from the United States and stretches over a distance of 125 miles from Ottawa to Kingston. You can visit this oldest canal in the history of North America by car, boat, on foot or by bicycle. Using a boat is perhaps the best option because it lets you get the entire ambiance of the entire region. Driving is also interesting because you get to go through numerous scenic roads that wind through the centre of Old Ontario.

Top Vacation Locations in Canada

Top Vacation Locations in Canada - Thanksgiving Day, a holiday in Canada, is celebrated on the second Monday of October each year. The Thanksgiving tradition, observed since 1957, is aimed at giving people an opportunity to give thanks for the past year’s good harvest as well as other blessings. However this has changed over the years, with many households focusing on getting together for a dinner where they eat a large turkey. Thus, turkey stuffing, pumpkin pie and apple cider are all symbols of every Thanksgiving celebration. This year, the Thanksgiving holiday will be on Monday, October 13.