Photo: Toronto skyline at night

Toronto skyline at night

Photograph by Dariusz Szuminski, My Shot

Second largest province in the world's second largest country, Ontario is Canada's richest, most populous, and most urban province. Embracing an area greater than France and Spain combined, Ontario is home to a third of the country's people, its capital (Ottawa), its largest city (Toronto), and an international treasure (Niagara Falls), among many other attractions.

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