Quebec's Mont Tremblant comes alive in autumn with the sounds and excitement of the Tremblant Symphony of Colours. Set amid the glorious fall foliage of the Laurentian Mountain region, the festival runs Saturdays and Sundays in September through the first week of October and features fall concerts in the pedestrian village at Tremblant.
The Okanagan Valley in British Columbia is - along with the Niagara Wine Region - one of the biggest producers of wine in Canada. For 10 days in early October, this region - with its scenic setting amongst lakes and mountains - celebrates the fall grape harvest with events focusing on wine, food and culture.
Every October, the town of Wellington in Prince Edward County celebrates the fall season by seeking out the biggest pumpkin. Other highlights include a parade, contests, games, food and entertainment.
Toronto joins in on the Nuit Blanche tradition in which cities across the globe stage all night cultural events. The Toronto Nuit Blanche sees over 150 engaging, amusing, thought provoking or downright wacky contemporary art projects installed across the city. Toronto Nuit Blanche takes place from dusk till dawn on either the last Saturday of September or the first one in October.