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Fall colours peaking in parts of Canada

Digital writers

Tuesday, October 8, 2013, 3:22 PM -

As the fall season marches on, colours are becoming more vibrant.

In Ontario, for example, leaves are speeding towards peak viewing time. According to the Ontario Parks Fall Colour Report, Arrowhead Park is one of the best places in the province to see the changing leaves, with 90-100% of its trees boasting red and orange hues.

More than a dozen communities are peaking in Quebec, with many more on the upswing, and in Nova Scotia, leaves appear to be bursting with colour, according to a provincial Autumn Leaf Watch.

Travel and tourism officials across the country say colours usually show by the end of September and peak into October, so now is a great time to head out and see them for yourself.

In the meantime, you can check out some of the leaves right here.

Sharron Grotegut, Moncton, New Brunswick

Leslie Karniszewski, Elliot Lake, Ontario

Chris Boettger, Whitney, Ontario

Fernando Antonio, Kitchener, Ontario

Noëlla Lévesque, Montpellier, Quebec

Penney Turner, Glovertown, Newfoundland and Labrador

Isabelle Marozzo, Coboconk, Ontario

Eunice Yeung, Burnaby, British Columbia

Norbert B., Moncton, New Brunswick

Cloe Major, Elliot Lake, Ontario

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