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Culture enthusiasts can rely on Ontario's museums and performing arts events for world-class entertainment and intellectual stimulation.


For every season there is a celebration in communities across Ontario.


Then, as the soil awakens and the sap flows, sample sweet maple treats at the Elmira Maple Syrup Festival, the Elmvale Maple Syrup Festival, the Bronte Creek Maple Syrup Festival or at Prince Edward County's Maple in the County. Turn your eyes skyward and witness the return of the tundra swans to Grand Bend.

Delight in the vibrant palette of colours at the renowned Canadian Tulip Festival in Ottawa or at the Lilac Festival at the Royal Botanical Garden in Burlington. Canada Blooms celebrates everything green at Canada's largest and most prestigious flower and garden festival.


Get caught up in the Canada Day festivities and fireworks that greet the summer in Ottawa on July 1st. Summer in Toronto sizzles with festival fun. From a celebration of the arts at Luminato to gay and lesbian Pride to the Caribbean rhythym of Caribana, there's never a dull moment.

Sink your teeth into fresh corn at a cornfest or savour the succulent nectar at a strawberry festival. Bask in the fun and sun of many waterfront festivals and regattas, outdoor fairs and concerts throughout the summer months. Reconnect with your loved ones during the National Fishing Week and go on a family fishing trip. Or take in the history and excitement of Ontario's Bush Plane Days in the Sault Ste Marie, home of the Canadian Bushplane Museum.


Do some stargazing at the Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto each September. Celebrate the hop and the grape at Kitchener-Waterloo's Oktoberfest and at the Niagara Grape and Wine Festival. November marks the annual Royal Agricultural Winter Fair.

Rural Ontario marks harvest time with fall fairs that invite you to share in this rich bounty. Visit Port Elgin's Pumpkinfestand check out an underwater pumpkin-carving contest. Scoop up delicious berries at the Bala Cranberry Festival. Celebrate the hop and the grape at Kitchener-Waterloo's Oktoberfest and at the Niagara Grape and Wine Festival. Say goodbye to Monarch Butterflies and hundreds of bird species as they make their way down south through Point Pelee National Park and Presqu'ile Provincial Park.


When the mercury dips below freezing get out and enjoy winter carnivals that warm you up with fun events and activities. Skate the Rideau Canal and admire the sparkling ice of Iceculture at Ottawa's Winterlude festival. Watch brave souls take a chilly 'polar bear dip' at Sault Ste. Marie's Bon Soo Carnival. See a dog sled race or the modern version - a snowmobile rally. Drive to Orillia for their winter carnival and take part in the 'winter olympics'.

Savour the warm winter comfort foods of Toronto's Wintercity after admiring the spectacular sights and holiday fun of Toronto's annual Santa Claus Parade. Be awed at Canada's largest illumination festival, the Winter Festival of Lights in Niagara falls.

Don't miss out on the small-town excitement of Ontario's many other events. Transport yourself back in time to Upper Canada Village as you celebrate Alight at Night during the 19th century. Celebrate the season at Dorset's Snowball Winter Carnival, Waterloo's Doon by Lantern, or the Festival of Northern Lights in Owen Sound.

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cero punto cero cero *trescientos veinticuatro

(zero point zero zero *three hundred and twentyfive)

*alternative: tres dos cinco (three two five)

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Zero decimal zero two five is in words. This is the representation of 0.025 in words.

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dont know to bad

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