Nightlife in Canada
The night scene in Canada is very active, especially in big cities like Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal. People can equally explore the very vibrant nightlife and bar scene with a bustling club district in major cities and provinces, that sprawls across several blocks.
The country has numerous restaurants, clubs, and lounges for both visitors and locals alike.
In Toronto, there is the Leaf Games with over 20,000 visitors every year crawling through the magnificent spaces in the city. On every other visitors enjoy the great theatre, great art, and great food.
There’s always something to do and somewhere fun to visit in Canada especially for students. Group dining or group pub crawls is a common fixture for students schooling in these big cities, this creates a better-unified experience.
Different people from all works of life come to the city center to meet an share in the fun, with good music and high gear entertainment.
Drinks are fairly priced with a bottle of beer going for 5 CAD and cocktails for 10 CAD upwards. Some bars offer discount prices at happy hour for students and female students on the weekends.
One downside of the nightlife is that in some big cities and smaller cities alike, clubs and bars close early, at 10 pm or 2 am for the longest. This is generally complained about because nightlife in many countries around the world lasts up till 4 or 5 am in the morning.
In Montreal, there is the Grand Prix which sees the city have over 500,000 people visiting every year. During the period, Montreal is bursting with so many activities, parties, and shows. The city at night is a sight to behold with the neon lights and gorgeous landscapes.
The spring and summer festivals organized by many universities and provinces are very eclectic and extend into the night with different music performances from different artists from around the world. Students are sure to enjoy and create lasting memories from their time in Canada