[Halloween map] - 100 places in Canada where you might freak out on October 31st


As Halloween is approaching, spooky activities and places to visit is a must. We thought we might give you a little overview of scary places in Canada, which could give you some ideas on what to do for Halloween.

Our top 3 places to spend a gloomy 2021 Halloween

Canada apparently likes creepy names, although some of them refer to very nice places. Among the 100 places that we have shown on the map above, here is our selection of the 3 places that should particularly inspire you to celebrate Halloween!

Deadman's Bay

Newfoundland and Labrador

Phantom Beach


Destruction Bay


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What are the most famous haunted places in Canada?

Canada is home to several places which are considered as being haunted. Here are a few of them:

Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel, Banff, Alberta

Built by the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1888, this beautiful hotel is rumoured to be one of the most haunted places in the country.

The Old Spaghetti Factory, Vancouver

A restaurant that is said to be haunted by the spirit of a tram conductor.

Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto

The spirit of a woman who worked in this building when it housed the Bank of Montreal is said to still haunt this place.

What is there to do in Ontario for Halloween?

We thought we might give you a hand with deciding what to do on Halloween in Ontario, especially in the GTA. Here is a list of things we thought could be fun to do:

What is there to do in Quebec for Halloween?

When it comes to Quebec, we had some other activities in mind. We were thinking of trying new things this year:

What is there to do in BC for Halloween?

And as we wouldn't want our west coast fellow Canadians to feel left out, here are some ideas on how to spend a special Halloween night, particularly in the Vancouver area:

Of course, a lot of these Halloween activities can be found in other provinces and territories in Canada.

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