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Ontario is a vast adventure playground just waiting to be explored and experienced in many exciting ways. Pull on your walking boots, grab a paddle or hop on a bike and enjoy the beauty of Ontario’s stunning landscapes
 A look back in the RGS–IBG archive files reveals some interesting snippets about Ontario
With more than 250,000 lakes and the world's longest system of canoe routes, it's no surprise that people in Ontario love getting outdoors and being active. Here are a couple of our favourite Outdoor Ontario videos
Expedition leader and underwater photographer Andy Murch took a select group of divers out to Canada's Hudson Bay to meet belugas
Ontario has more than 300 parks, from family-friendly areas with first-rate amenities and guided tours to challenging wilderness parks with uninterrupted stretches of ancient forests dotted with rocky outcrops and tranquil lakes
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With a population of more than 13 million, Ontario is home to one in three Canadians

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