You must be at least 19 years old and show acceptable identification such as a birth certificate, passport, treaty status card, Canadian citizenship card or driver's license. Divorce and death decrees are also required if applicable. For more information, check with your Certified Destination Wedding Specialist.
Passports are required for entry into Canada. If you are a citizen of the US, visit travel.state.gov for more information on travel documents needed.
The official languages of Canada are French and English, although English is considered the predominant first language of Ontario.
The official currency is the Canadian dollar.
Climate & Beaches
Ontario's climate ranges depending on the area. Southern Ontario is warmer and more humid than the northern regions. Ontario has considerable precipitation depending on the season, making it a great (and snowy) holiday destination.
Ontario has many beaches, which border four of the Great Lakes, Hudson Bay and James Bay. Ontario also has beaches within national parks. The number one beach in Canada is Sauble Beach, which is situated in Bruce County on Lake Huron. Other well-known beaches include Port Stanley, Port Dover and Owen Sound.
Activities & Attractions
Try a cruise near Niagara Falls to check out the local islands made from primordial glaciers. Or, for the more adventurous, you can catch a boat (poncho in hand) to the bottom of the falls and experience the force of the water first hand. In Toronto, there are plenty of museums to browse through (including one dedicated to shoes!), or try Fort William Historical Park.
Toronto is home to a thriving indie music scene, so catch a local band while you’re in town. The city is also a gastro-hub and known for great food at their lounges, clubs, and restaurants.