Canada and its citizens have a well-established reputation for being calm and amicable. Although they may be calm and relaxed most of the time, they still find reasons to party, celebrate, and have fun on every occasion of the year.

There are also lively Canadian events, festivals, and holidays that help people wake from the temptation of winter hibernation. However, the busiest season for festivals in Canada is always summertime when huge numbers of spectators watch from the streets to watch some of the most well-known carnivals.

Winterlude

This is a fun activity during the winter which involves skating on the longest ice-skating rink in the whole world. This takes place in Ottawa during the first to third weekends of February.

Aside from skating, visitors may also enjoy other activities such as workshops on how to build igloos, having fun on the ice playground, and being amused by Confederation Park’s bright ice sculptures.

Scotiabank Toronto Caribbean Carnival

This event is also known as Caribana, which is a known street festival every summer. Dancers wear colorful costumes and are accompanied by Caribbean music while they parade the festival. This is a large musical celebration.

Whale Festival

About 20,000 gray whales move from Baja Peninsula in Mexico to the west coast of Vancouver Island every spring. Visitors and tourists may experience it up close by floatplane. Also, rocky terrains between Ucluelet and Tofino offer a good view for whale watching.

Tulip Festival

Millions of flowers in Canada sprout every May. This festival takes place in Ottawa where visitors and tourists can enjoy the view of the bright and splendid blossoming of tulips. They also offer guided tours for tulips with a shuttle service.

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