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Ontario's flag Canada's 2nd Province Since 1867

Ontario is a very diverse province. While it is home to the huge Algonquin Park, a haven for wildlife such as moose and bear, it is also home to Canada's largest city and Ontario's capital, Toronto. There are many world famous sites in Ontario like the CN Tower, the Rideau Canal and Niagara's Horseshoe falls. Ontario is home to Canada's Capital, Ottawa and is one of the original Provinces. If you're searching for Ontario colouring pages for kids and adults alike then you have found the right place!

Free Ontario Printable Colouring (coloring) Pages

Big Nickel, Sudbury, Ontario

Loon (Provincial bird)

Skating on the Rideau Canal

Ontario's Flag

Parliament Buildings - Ottawa

CN Tower - Toronto

Algonqin Park

Niagara Falls

Sault Canal

Trillium (Provincial flower)

Laser Sailboat
Nathan Phillips Square

Ottawa Senators
Toronto Maple Leafs

Chee Chee Style Loon
Toronto Maple Leafs

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population statistics

Provincial Population - 12,068,300 (2002)
Population of Toronto - 5,029,900 (2002)
Population of Ottawa - 1,128,900 (2002)
Males - 5,956,486 (2002)
Females - 6,111,815 (2002)
Ages 0-14 - 2,283,519 (2002)
Ages 15-64 - 8,263,749 (2002)
Ages 65+ - 1,521,033 (2002)

environmental statistics

Area km2 - 1,076,395
Land km2 - 917,741
Fresh Water km2 - 158,654
% of Canada - 10.8%
Forest Land km2 - 580,000
Highest Point - 693 m
Snow Fall Toronto - 135.0 cm / year
Snow Fall Ottawa - 221.5 cm / year
Largest Lake - Nipigon - 4,848 km2

Provincial Moto:

Loyal she began and loyal she remains


ontario's flag colour this

Flower: White Trillium

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Bird: Loon

ontario's bird colour this

Tree: White Pine

ontario's tree

Coat of Arms

ontario's coat of arms
See Ontario Videos

Video of the tall ship Blackjack, Ottawa - 5.5 Mb

The tallship Blackjack provides a reminder of the roll of natural resources in Canada's development. This 87' square rigged sail training vessel began its life in 1904, not as a sailing ship but as a logging tug boat on the Ottawa River. Logging played a huge role in the Ottawa Valley as it still does in many parts of the country. Canada's Capital was originally called Bytown and was a major centre for the lumber industry before Ottawa became political.

Video of Canada Day 2010 - Ottawa - 3.9 Mb

Two years ahead of her Diamond Jubilee, Queen Elizabeth took in Canada Day celebrations in Ottawa in 2010. The down town core was packed with over 100 000 people by noon, who watched the entertainment, which included music speeches the snow birds and more.

Video of Sunbathing Turtles - Ontario - 1.9 Mb

With spring 2010 coming early to much of Eastern Canada the turtles were out in force, soaking up the sun. This urban Ottawa Lake is just 10 minutes from the Parliament buildings.

Video of Sugar Bush (Maple Syrup) - Ontario - 3.9 Mb

One of the great things about spring in Canada is maple syrup. When the weather warms up, the sap starts flowing in the sugar maples, and from that sap comes maple syrup.

Video of Niagara Falls - Ontario - 1.5 Mb

The first person to survive the 57m drop over Niagara's Horseshoe Falls was in 1901. The rim of Falls measures 666m across. The falls on the American side are equally as beautiful and there are lots of attractions in the area. If you're looking for fun in Southern Ontario, this is it.

Video of Canada Day Fireworks - July 1, 2009 - 4.6 Mb

Canada Day (July 1) is recognized across the country because its our nation's birthday. In 1867 Canada became a country with the signing of the British North America Act. This clip is a sampling from a fireworks display in 2009.

Video of Canada Aviation Museum - Ottawa, Ontario - 2.7 Mb

The Canada Aviation Museum at Rockcliffe Park, Ottawa is home to a large collection of vintage and modern aircraft. There are so many planes to see and exhibits to try that this is just a quick look at some of what the museum offers.

Video of Walk in the Woods - Ottawa, Ontario - 2.2 Mb

One of the best parts about spring is the wildlife waking up, coming back and getting on with business. This movie shows a whole bunch of birds and animals that were spotted on a walk in an urban forest. That's a porcupine napping in a tree at the end.

Video of Hog's Back Falls - Ottawa, Ontario - 1.2 Mb

When winter's snow melts, and spring rains come, Canada's rivers and streams become beautiful, powerful and dangerous. These falls at Hog's Back are relatively tame in the summer but the spring run off turns them into a raging torrent.

Video of The Diefenbunker - Carp, Ontario - 2.7 Mb

Outside of Ottawa in Carp, Ontario there is a Cold War museum dedicated to telling the story of Canada's involvement in the nuclear era. The cool thing is that the museum is in a massive bomb shelter, designed to house our government in the event of nuclear war.

Video of High Falls - Algonquin Park, Ontario - 1.5 Mb

In Algonquin Park, Ontario, an area made famous by the Group of Seven painters, is a natural water park, complete with slide. High Falls is a great place to cool off on a hot summer day.

Video of Ice Sculptures - Winterlude - 1.6 Mb

When the temperature drops artisans from all over the world come to Canadian festivals to compete in ice sculpting events. These beauties are from Winterlude.

Video of New Year's Celebration 2007 - Ottawa, Ontario - 2.8 Mb

At 6:57 PM on December 31, 2007 Ottawa marked the 150th anniversary of Queen Victoria naming the city Canada's Capital. This is the grand finale of the fireworks display. The entire show lasted about 20 minutes.

Video of Skating on the Rideau Canal - Ottawa, Ontario - 1.2 Mb

The Rideau Canal was originally built as a war measure to ensure shipping to the Great Lakes. A 7.8 km section of the Canal in Ottawa is annually used as the world's longest skating rink.

Video of Old Fort Henry - Kingston, Ontario - 2.9 Mb

Fort Henry sits on a hill overlooking the city of Kingston and Lake Ontario. The original fort was built during the war of 1812 and was rebuilt in the 1830's. The British army used the fort until 1870. The fort is now a museum and National Historic Site.

Video of Ottawa - Canada's Capital - 2.4 Mb

From the Parliament Buildings, perched high over the Ottawa river, you can see many of the fantastic sites Ottawa has to offer. Named as Canada's Capital by Queen Victoria, Ottawa sits on the border between Ontario and Quebec creating a good blend of French and English cultures.