And to top off the world's greatest season, there's also the glorious festivity known as Oktoberfest. Usually taking place at the very end of September or the beginning of October, Oktoberfest celebrates the world's greatest activity. Drinking beer. Drinking lots and lots of beer.
If you're wondering where you can celebrate Oktoberfest in Montreal, then wonder no more.
If you want to go HAM at an Oktoberfest celebration, then this is your spot. Featuring a beer brunch, live concerts, a parade, good vibes, lots and lots of craft beer, and a shuttle bus to and from Montreal, this is one event you seriously do not want to miss.
An awesome, and super huge, Oktoberfest taking place right here in Montreal, this event transforms the Atwater market into a three day beer taster's paradise. Best part? 50 cents from every dollar spent spent will be donated to the Montreal Children's Hospital Foundation. So drink up, it's for a good cause.
Although this takes place a little early in the season, it's honestly perfect for whoever's down to kick off the fall with a bang. (Or with a beer). Repentigny's Oktoberfest is the biggest in Quebec, and with live music, food trucks, a family zone, and more, it's no question that you'll have an awesome time here.
Wine, cider, and beer? Um. Yes, yes, and yes. Ottawa's Oktoberfest activities are seriously lit, and if you're down to experience something awesome that's only about two hours away from the city, you know exactly where you need to head to.
The restaurant came in fifth place nationally with its reports of a little girl from the 19th century, among other ghosts haunting the halls.
As one of the oldest buildings in the country, L'Auberge Saint-Gabriel has witnessed plenty. And with such a long history, there are bound to be some ghosts, right?
Built in 1668 by a French soldier, the building has had many tenants but has predominantly served as a place for folks to eat, drink and spend the night. It was in fact the first auberge in Canada to receive a liquor license way back in 1754, according to its website.
These days, L'Auberge Saint-Gabriel is an upscale restaurant, bar and banquet venue.
The Gibraltar Point Lighthouse in Ontario was found to be the most haunted place in Canada. The Charles Carnell Hospital in Edmonton, an abandoned railroad in rural Saskatchewan, and Waterfront Station in Vancouver rounded out the top five.
As for the spookiest provinces, Casino en ligne put Ontario at the top of the list with 23 haunted locations. It's followed by Alberta (15), Saskatchewan (12), British Columbia (11) and Quebec (10).
Close this article now if you're afraid of the dark. Cornwall, Ontario's former SDG Jail is set to host nighttime ghost and paranormal activity hunts this September and October.
The event is organized by Ontario-based haunted tour company The Haunted Walk and Phantoms of Yore.
Participants will sit through a "full briefing on the haunted history of the site" — which, according to the company website, includes murders and executions — to set the mood before heading into the 19th-century building to search for any lingering ghouls or lost souls.
The Haunted Walk website indicates that ghost hunters will also receive the necessary equipment for their search.
The "paranormal investigations," as they're called, will take place on five dates: September 17 and 18, and October 22, 23 and 29.
There are several starting time slots available, ranging from 4:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Each 3.5-hour experience can accommodate a maximum of eight people.
Get the details below.
Night Ghost Hunts At Cornwall's SDG Jail By Haunted Walk
September 17 and 18, and October 22, 23 and 29 Multiple starting times every night
Where: SDG Jail, 11 Water St. W., Cornwall, ON
Why You Need To Go: To empty your bowels and/or enjoy a good scare searching for paranormal activity
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