Canadian Festivals - A blend of Emotions and Cultures.
Canada – a country in North America, with its territories extended from Atlantic to Pacific has a reputation of the 2nd largest country by total area.
Canada does not only have a huge land area however the countrymen here has a huge heart as well and has opened up the doors of the country for the rest of the world to get immigrate and blend with the Canadians way of life.
Majority of its population is saturated in four provinces (Ontario, Quebec, British Columbia, Alberta). Hence, in all these provinces, you would observe a beautiful blend of people from many Nations, different ethnicities and unique cultures, making the cities even more jubilant, vibrant and energetic like no other despite the cold harsh weathers.
People are lovable and never cease to celebrate as you would make a guess from the wide range of winter festivals being celebrated across Canada. To add on to it, we have a diverse weather as well what you can better observe from the above picture.
With winters approaching, Canadian homes a wide range of festivals, bringing you a few of the upcoming festivals just to touch the essence of Canadian spirit.
Niagara Grape & Wine Festival
If you are a wine lover, like to mingle with people around and taste the local foods, the Montebello Park in St. Catherines should be on your bucket list this September as from 08-24th September this year. It is hosting the Niagra Grape & Wine festival for two weeks what just about the right time to be there and experience the spirit of local cuisine with a sip of delicious wines.
Ice on Whyte Festival – Edmonton
Another famous festival in Alberta associated with winter fun and games. A decades-old tradition to celebrate the winter season with activities like International Ice carving competition and much more.You can start planning to attend the festival by November and enjoy musical fests, foods & beverages, and many more activities during your visit – a complete and affordable destination for a perfect family vacation.
Rossland Winter Carnival – British Columbia
BC homes the longest running winter carnival in the country for over 100 years. This festival has much to offer to the people of all age group. The famous attractions include the Sonny Samuelson Bobsled Race, snow figures by famous Slocan Snow Sculptures Artists, Carnival Parades and Fire spins etc. The event bombards back to back breathtaking activities that kept you involved and all around creates a perfect atmosphere for a complete family vacation. If you are around British Columbia during January, it is one of the must go place to experience the Canadian way of life and celebrations.
Niagara Icewine Festival
Reserve the first month of 2018 to witness the 23rd Niagra Icewine festival to experience and cherish the charisma of famous Ontario Icewines. Just the right time to be around Niagra region and celebrate the coming winters with some delicious wines from the heart of Ontario.
Winter Festival of Lights – Niagara Falls
November is the time when one can backpack and head towards the Ontario region to witness the Winter Festival of Lights. The event has many of the speculations what would mesmerize you during your visit. One can enjoy the iconic laser show at the falls, long stretch of illuminated streets at Niagara Parkway, 3d illustrations of Canadian wildlife, fully decorated Hotels and the city vibrating with the festive energy, sipping wines from the best wineries of Ontario, and much more.
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If winters tend to cease you, this is one of the places one should be to feel and absorb the energy of Canadian spirit.