In Canada, the aurora can be best seen between the hours of 10:00 pm to 02:00 am. Some of the places where you can see the aurora in Canada are:
Yukon–September – April
This westernmost and smallest of the three federal territories of Canada offers places to see the northern lights and it is also very cold. Read more!
Saskatchewan –September – April
This province without natural borders also offers good spots to view the aurora. It is a nicely cold location. Read more!
Fort McMurray –September – April
Located in Alberta, is this very cold location that offers its visitors the opportunity to see the northern lights. Read more!
Iqaluit –September – April
This place is a cold location where the aurora can be seen in Nunavut, Canada. Read more!
Yellowknife –September – April
This largest community in Northwest Territory, Canada is another place where the aurora can be spotted. It is a nicely cold location. Read more!