Road to 150: The Best Things To Do In Ontario

In this video, we share some of the best things to do in Ontario, including Toronto, Niagara Falls, and Canada’s 150th celebration in Ottawa!

Welcome to Ontario!

Ontario is one of the biggest provinces in Canada and is home to some amazing cities, attractions, and nature ranging from the massive cosmopolitan city of Toronto to the scenic landscapes of Algonquin Provincial Park. From kayaking next to loons to experiencing Canada Day on Parliament Hill, we had such an incredible time in Ontario.

We took a helicopter over Niagara Falls, interviewed refugees in downtown Toronto, experienced the world’s largest escape room just outside of Ottawa, and sampled award-winning wines near Niagara-on-the-Lake. We really packed a lot of adventures into our two short weeks in the province and can’t wait to return one day and explore the province further.

We explored Ontario from June 28 – July 14, 2017.


Special Note: We just released the Canada Saver Card, a physical discount card that gets you discounts at a variety of attractions, adventures, and activities across Canada! From helicopter tours to rafting, fishing, museums, and horseback rides, save money on all of them for less than $30! –


Canada’s Road to 150 is a 150-day Canada-wide multi-media road trip celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday by exploring the uniqueness of this country provincially and collectively while answering the question; What makes Canada special?

We will drive to and through every driveable province and territory, showcasing Canada’s natural beauty and regional attractions while interviewing Canadians of all cultures and backgrounds, including local celebrities, immigrants, refugees, and everyday rural and urban Canadians. Our aim is to dig deep into what makes Canada such an incredibly inspiring country while showing off the best of Canada’s tourism to Canadians and to the world.

MATTHEW BAILEY: Host/Producer and drone videographer.

Matt’s other YouTube channel:
Instagram: @MatthewGBailey and @MustDoCanada
Facebook: @MustDoCanada
Twitter: @MatthewGBailey

KARLA BAILEY: Host/Co-Producer

Instagram @glamourbohemio


Travel videos YouTube Channel:
Instagram – @justinbrunelle
Facebook – MILE30 Adventures
Twitter – @MILE30Adventure /

Series Production Company: Moving Artistry Productions

Also, special thanks to Kody Davidson, the kind of data, from for helping is back up all of our footage from his home base!

For a list of the companies that helped with this project in Ontario, visit –

Big thanks to Best Western International for helping to sponsor such an incredible journey as well as our smaller local sponsors such as Canadian Museum of History, Diefenbunker Canada’s Cold War Museum, Bytown Museum, Niagara helicopters, Niagara Parks, Hornblower Niagara Cruises, Niagara Culinary Tours, Château des Charmes Winery, Doc Magilligan’s Irish Restaurant & Pub, Tea N Bannock Aboriginal Restaurant, Tasty Tours Toronto, Bruce Bell Historical Walking Tour, uFly Simulator, Steam Whistle Brewery, Arowhon Pines in Algonquin, Tourism Ontario, and Tourism Toronto.

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48 thoughts on “Road to 150: The Best Things To Do In Ontario

  1. Shaunny Deagan says:

    Disgusting Province of a horrible country. Canada. Filled with Europeans that love sell drugs, kill eachother and join hangs of all sorts. Blame their self hatred and failures on the minorities. Run over people all road and have poor driving skills. Although they
    Have done a good job at covering it up. Because of their stupidity ontario is fraught with race wars of all kinds. If Canada is not a racist country already then I would say Ontario is the most racist province.

  2. Butters says:

    omfg. if your going to vist canada, dont bother with citys. there fucking boring as fuck
    tronto has lots of shootings ya figure that out
    and oshawa has lots of kidnapings, and dont ever go on bike paths at night in oshawa, that is 100% chance of death. a person got murdered there
    bomanvilll. and new castle, there boring as fuck nothing too do.

    places you actually want is . a major hike through northern ontario. or places that have zero . humans around. get a little paddle boat canoo. and camp and do shit. then on the last 2 days. go to tronto, and do the lame cn tower, but dont buy the food omfg.
    we have china town, and jew town, fuck the jews they can die

    finallly. get some big maple surup and and drink it all up lols sooooooo goood
    also try to find a friendly person that will let you go into cosco and give them money to by a chesse cake, that shits awsome,
    putins ok but boring.
    thats all i have
    also stay away from poor locations . stay in the rich areas. you be safer.

  3. izod ridgid says:

    why do these narrators keep showing the same places over and over again; why don't they show all the non-tourist locations I'll tell you why kickback that's why! Canada's replacing aboriginal appreciation with multicultural platform where Indians dance and show their true colours on stage LMAO … or how about the fact that no born and raised Canadians whom live here were asked what they think of this beautiful country; instead only asked those who moved from abroad?

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