Who's ready for some holiday cheer? With Christmas quickly approaching, you won’t want to miss out on the holiday magic happening right here in South Eastern Ontario. There are loads of Christmas markets to visit and check off everyone on your list. Some of these enchanting markets will even have you feeling like you’ve stepped into a Hallmark Christmas movie. From holiday vendors, festival sweets, crafts, and much more, here is a list of Christmas markets to visit in South East...Read More
The Rideau Canal UNESCO World Heritage Site stretches from Lake Ontario in Kingston to the Ottawa River following the Cataraqui and Rideau Rivers. It is 202 kilometres (125 miles) long, of which about 19 kilometres (12 miles) is man-made (locks and canal cuts), the rest are natural waters. There are 45 locks with 23 lockstations along the main route of the Rideau plus 2 locks that link the Tay Canal to the Rideau. The canal winds its way through historic sites, charming villages, quaint attractions and spectacular recreation areas, offering visitors a variety of world-class arts, heritage and recreation experiences. Visitors delight to discover how the Rideau Canal has been connecting communities along the waterway for almost two centuries.
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