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Sherman Falls in Hamilton at Night Under Coloured Spotlights

Sherman Falls in Hamilton at Night Under Coloured Spotlights

Joseph Hollick

A feast for the senses awaits you in Ontario. From lush wilderness to urban adventures, Ontario offers a variety of year-round travel experiences and vacation ideas. Celebrate the seasons, arts, sports, heritage and culture.  Whatever your passion, there's more to discover in Ontario.

Due to Ontario's size, temperatures may vary tremendously from region to region and even within the regions themselves. Generally, the weather is considered continental, with January being the coldest month of the year and July being the warmest. Temperatures are given officially in degrees Celsius (C) with the Fahrenheit equivalent (F) often added. For an exact conversion of Celsius to Fahrenheit, multiply the Celsius temperature by 9/5 and add 32.

Many tourists visit Niagara Falls as it is an exceptional waterfall and a must if you enjoy waterfalls. It is believed that The City of Hamilton which is one hour drive away has the most number of waterfalls of any city in the world for its size of a half million people.  To date 126 waterfalls and cascades have been found within the city boundaries earning it the nicknames "The City of Waterfalls" and "The Waterfall Capital of the World".


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