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Water Activities > Surfing

With its year-round mild climate and long miles of ocean beaches,  BC’s Vancouver Island is a surfer’s paradise. From Tofino’s renowned Long Beach to the lesser-known breaks at the south end of the Island, riders from around the globe are learning what the locals have known for years—Vancouver Island’s west coast is a world-class surf destination!

On the opposite coast, the various breaks in Quebec, Ontario and Nova Scotia offer beginner and intermediate surfing in the warmer months.

As with any surfing locale, potential hazards lurk with every wave…especially for those venturing out for the first time. Cold water combined with rip tides and crowds can be a dangerous mix.

Ensure that you are armed with the requisite skills and knowledge before you catch the endless wave

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Weather Office

Weather Office

Weather forecast and alerts for Canada. Seasonal, marine, satellite view and extended forecast.

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River Surfing Canada

River Surfing Canada

River Surfing is surfing on waves in rivers. The most common type of river surfing is on Standing Waves. These waves are formed by the combination of fast moving water going over a drop or slope and the river bottom contours.

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Canada Surfing Travel Guide

Canada Surfing Travel Guide

Canada altough not famous for it’s surfing beaches does get some surf, on the west coast surfing is getting more and more popular.

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