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Is Canada a frigid wasteland this time of year Should we visit Toronto and the surrounding areas in February from the UK - Parkers Legacy

Is Canada a frigid wasteland this time of year Should we visit Toronto and the surrounding areas in February from the UK

Is Canada a frigid wasteland this time of year Should we visit Toronto and the surrounding areas in February from the UK

We are mid-winter in February.We’re far from a “wasteland”.Toronto is a metropolis of 3+million with relatively mild but variable winters with a mix of snow and freezing rain and lots of indoor entertainment.

But winter makes travelling about and sightseeing difficult for visitors from abroad.Many of the main tourist sites are closed for the season and winter driving is an acquired art.If you’re eager for winter sports such as skiing or skating, or if you’ve an adventurous spirit, there are many places to explore and enjoy where winter is positively celebrated.

In fact, thousands come from abroad each year especially to savour our winter festivals.You’d be welcomed and might be pleasantly surprised.

I first arrived in Canada in January from the UK.At the airport it was cold, but we weren’t out in it for more than a few minutes.I realized that the country has adapted to the weather conditions.

All accommodations are well heated, as are all forms of transport and in Toronto an interconnected system of underground walkways links the buildings in the city.It as called the PATH and has retail outlets, offices, links to the subway etc as well as to hotels and bars.I visited Toronto, Niagara Falls, and a few wineries.

LOL, Toronto is never a frozen Wasteland.We are booming vibrant City all year long.Our visiting months would be best starting in late spring to fall April to October.

July and August in our summer months, can be very hot even up to 38 Celsius on some days with the humidex .You can always visit us in the winter months as well we have many winter sports and spots to see over the Christmas holidays and season.Take in a Toronto Maple Leaf game or maybe go skating at City Hall or how about the world famous Santa Claus parade.

If you’re not scared of polar bears walking the downtown streets of Toronto,you should be okay.

i should point out than on average, there are 15 people killed by polar bears,with many more being severely injured.

Almost all of these casualties happen to tourists,Torontonians have learned to live with these creatures.

My best advice, Mahfuzur, is to quit undermining your sales pitch as an experienced marketer by asking troll questions.You might start by deciding whether you live in the UK, the US, or Tel Aviv.

Definitely a frigid wasteland so stay home .

You can’t be serious about someplace you want to visit and know absolutely nothing about it.

February is not a great time to visit, but it’s far from a frozen wasteland.