Welcome to DestinationOntario.ca: Destination Ontario provides travel, tourism, and convention related information and services to groups, individuals and families planning on visiting, convening, or relocating to the Province of Ontario.
Ottawa is Canada’s capital city and the Province of Ontario’s second largest city. The home of Canada’s political infrastructure Ottawa’s history is a wonder waiting to be explored in the cities amazing architecture and it’s many cultural institutions like the National Arts Centre and the National Gallery. Ottawa is a beautiful and accessible city which is ranked 2nd nationally and 24th worldwide in the quality of life index and is consistently rated the best place to live in Canada.Read more
Located halfway between Toronto and Niagara Falls on the shores of southern Lake Ontario Hamilton is a city rich in both history and culture. A port city, Hamilton’s urban beaches and rural waterscapes provide an outdoor playground for every outdoor adventure lover. The city’s many bike and hiking trails are a nature lovers dream. Located in the area, the Niagara Escarpment, a huge, forested ridge which divides the city provides visitors with access to numerous conservation areas, waterfalls, and to the Bruce Trail. The naval warship HMCS Haida parked on the city’s lakefront, and the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum pay tribute to the city’s military past
Located 60 miles (100 kilometres) west of Toronto, Guelph Ontario is known as the top city in Canada for those looking for work. The areas diversified economy and strong manufacturing sector combine to make Guelph one of the best cities in Ontario to live offering a high standard of living and low rate of unemployment. Downtown Guelph provides visitors with a glimpse of the past with its century old Victorian building lining the streets. The Guelph Civic Museum houses pictures, films and other antique materials related to the historic development of the city. Guelph is also home to a number of National Historic sites including McCrea House which was the home of John McCrea, author of “In Flanders Fields”. Home to history, education, and employment Guelph is city to see.Read more