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Canada Travel Guide

When to visit Canada

Canada is a large country, with seasonality that varies by province. However, there is a common theme: four distinct seasons with hot summers, cold winters, and moderate spring and fall temperatures. Summer tends to be the most popular time to visit, while winter is the least busy, except for ski areas. Spring and fall are often good times to find a mix of pleasant weather, fewer crowds, and lower prices. read more

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