15 Canada Activities That Should Be On Everyone's Bucket List

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Calling all the snow lovers, nature appreciators, and travel fanatics! If you are one of them then you may want to read these Canada bucket list ideas that you MUST do if you visit the country. Add them to your own bucket list and learn what to do in Canada. And if you're still feeling adventurous, check out some Scotland bucket list activities.


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    Road Trip Around Newfoundland

    From Redditor u/LouisDeLeblanc:

    Road trip in Newfoundland. Such a beautiful place! Plan a few days in St-John's.

    After that, you could aslo take the ferry to Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, and carry on

    6 votes
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    Skate Or Swim Across Lake Ontario

    From a former Redditor:

    Play basketball or Hockey on the Raptors court / Leaf's ice

    Watch fireworks from a yacht in Toronto harbor

    Fly a plane from Buttonville to Billy bishop, or Billy bishop to Pearson

    Base jump/skydive from a 60+ story building in downtown TO

    Ski down Rosedale Valley Blvd when it's covered in snow

    Skate or Swim across Lake Ontario to the Island

    4 votes
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    Stay At A Bed And Breakfast In The Niagara Wine Region

    From Redditor u/pmcwk:

    Be sure to make it to the Niagara Wine Region, a short distance outside of Niagara Falls. My wife and I stayed at a wonderful bed and breakfast last week in St. David's, a town in the wine region. Woodbourne Inn is the name of the place. Beautiful town. Beautiful inn with a wonderful couple running it. Look into that place.

    3 votes
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    Tailgate At A Senator's Game (If It's Not Freezing)

    From Redditor u/dasoberirishman:

    In Ottawa:

    Rent a bike and take the path behind Parliament down to the bridge, over to Hull, and down to Alymer for lunch at the Yacht Club.

    Check out Petrie Island.

    Go see a Sens game and/or 67s game. Tailgate if not deathly cold outside.

    Eat at Corazon de Maiz in the Market.

    Try to watch a Parliamentary debate when something interesting is going on.

    Picnic at Major's Hill during a sunny day. If in winter, snowball fight at Major's Hill. If neither, pints at Earl of Sussex and watch people go to Major's Hill for whatever reason.

    1 votes
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    Visit Quebec In The Winter For A European Experience

    From Redditor u/cjbest:

    Quebec City for sure. It's like a mini trip to Europe. And winter is a great time to enjoy Quebec. Try to book a room at a place called "L' Auberge Moisan". It's an old, small inn and it is one of the best places in Canada to stay.

    1 votes
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    See The World-Famous Cabot Trail In Halifax

    From Redditor u/Weird_Al_Sharpton:

    Halifax, Nova Scotia. There is the historic Citadel Hill, a waterfront boardwalk, nearby picturesque places like Peggy's Cove and Lunenburg, and the world-famous Cabot Trail on Cape Breton Island is in the province, moreover, there is Prince Edward Island (another province but a similar distance away).

    2 votes