September in Ontario means Toronto’s film festival, but it’s also the start of a festival season that revolves around the harvest, when early autumn landscapes showcase the art of vintners, chefs and musicians:
Most famous for its natural beauty, the popularity of Canada is spreading into a new realm: festivals. The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), one of the most important film festivals in the world, begins as children return to school and ends as the first autumn leaves start to change colour in rural Ontario. This kicks off the fall fair season celebrated in communities across the province, some that would be of interest to an outsider – especially one who likes good wine, good food and good music. If you're in the city for the film fest anyhow, you should definitely consider these side trips from Toronto...
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