Magic near you: Where to catch the northern lights in Canada
The celestial spectacle is most intensely visible during the late autumn and winter months
Whether you’re of the belief that the aurora borealis is the sky lifting up her skirt, or that the show is caused by solar particles colliding with Earth’s magnetic field, everyone has the northern lights on their ‘Things To See Before I Die’ list. There are viewing spots in every province and territory of the country, so click through this gallery to find the one closest to you.
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