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Ravinder Malik Apr 27 2016

From where can the northern lights be seen in Canada?

Vrinda Bali Apr 29 2016
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Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis is one of the most spectacular phenomena of nature. It occurs when high charged electrons from solar wind collide with other elements of nature near North Pole. With its northern province extending into the Arctic Circle, Canada is the best place to witness this phenomenon. Some places where Northern Lights can be seen in Canada are:

Yukon - Whitehorse
Northwest Territories - Yellowknife
British Columbia - Muncho Lake Provincial Park and Dawson Creek
Alberta - Fort McMurray, Athabasca and Edmonton
Manitoba - Churchill
Nunavut - Iqaluit
Quebec - Kuujjuaq
Ontario - Moose Factory, North shore of Lake Superior, Manitoulin Island and Torrance Barrens Night Sky Preserve
Newfoundland and Labrador - Happy Valley-Goose Bay and Battle Harbour
Prince Edward Island - Prince Edward Island National Park
Nova Scotia - Tobeatic Wilderness Reserve and Kejimkujik National Park

Book your flight to any of the above province of Canada, to experience this breathtaking phenomenon of nature.

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