The formal name for the Fall season is Autumn. These words are used interchangeably in Canada. This season is between summer and winter – it goes after summer and foreshadows winter. From our school books, we learned that the Autumn season brings beautiful colours to nature – yellow, orange, red, brown, and more. The days become shorter and the temperature colder.What does the Fall season do to nature?
September 22, 2020, is the first day of Fall/Autumn in Canada and the rest of the Northern Hemisphere. Fall 2020 in Canada has already started from September 22 and it ends on December 21. It is the most beautiful time of the year. The cool breeze when you walk across the roads and the beautiful scenery of mountains with color changing is a unique attraction during this time. Students who enrolled in the Colleges or Universities for the fall intake will experience a magnificent nature view. However, amidst the COVID-19 larger number of classes are held online in most universities in this fall term. Some of them are planning to start classes in classrooms with high health measures. Nevertheless, students can still go for outdoor activities as long as they follow the Government instructions – maintaining 2m distance, wearing masks in crowded areas, and public transits.
Some of the best outdoor activities people can do in Fall are:
Likewise, there are numerous activities to do in the Fall. When you adapt to Canadian culture, you will know more cultural activities to do in the Fall. Go for apple-picking, jump in a pile of leaves, get lost in the corn maze, harvest your garden, start a new knitting project, carve a pumpkin, watch a scary movie with your friends and family, take a family photo, go for a walk in the park, and so on…
Most importantly, prepare for the Thanksgiving celebrations soon.
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