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Ice fishing

Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean that you can’t go fishing! Canadians just dig a hole in the ice and do their best to catch dinner! Here is a beginner’s guide to this fun activity: https://www.northernontario.travel/sunset-country/a-beginners-guide-to-ice-fishing-in-canada-with-a-few-tips-for-the-seasoned-fishermen-too


Curling is sometimes called ‘chess on ice’ and is a very Canadian experience! During the Brier Cup, you’ll see curling on every television everywhere you go, so here are the top 10 curling shots to get you acquainted: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYcYaUBaEeI

New opportunities!

A lot of people move to Canada because they want better opportunities for their children. Here is a great TED Talks about how to make children more innovative. https://blog.ed.ted.com/2015/04/23/on-raising-kids-who-are-more-than-hoop-jumpers-a-teenage-ted-speakers-mom-on-how-she-encourages-her-sons-to-innovate/

Skiing and snowboarding

They don’t call Canada the ‘’Great white north’’ for nothing. This is one of the best countries in the world to ski or to snowboard. With thousands of ski areas and resorts, it is not a surprise that it is possible to hit the slopes in all 10 provinces. http://www.readersdigest.ca/travel/canada/canadas-10-coolest-ski-hills-and-resorts/view-all/


Canada is a vast, large and wild country. With its deep forests, beautiful lakes and magnificent mountains, no wonder why so many Canadians choose to go camping. Camping is still very popular http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2016/04/10/canada-camping-sites_n_9612812.html


Just like hiking, fishing is big in Canada. Not only does this country have one of the world’s most valuable commercial fishing industries, but this activity is deeply rooted in Canadian tradition. With thousands of lakes and incredible landscape, it is no surprise that fishing is very popular. https://www.thecrazytourist.com/22-best-fishing-destinations-canada/

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