WHEN TO SEE NORTHERN LIGHTS IN CANADA

WHEN TO SEE NORTHERN LIGHTS IN CANADA

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!

northern lights yukon
NORTHERN LIGHTS YUKON

Saskatchewan –September – April

This province without natural borders also offers good spots to view the aurora. It is a nicely cold location. Read more!

northern lights saskatchewan
NORTHERN LIGHTS SASKATCHEWAN

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!

northern lights fort mcmurray
NORTHERN LIGHTS FORT MCMURRAY

Iqaluit –September – April

This place is a cold location where the aurora can be seen in Nunavut, Canada. Read more!

northern lights iqaluit
NORTHERN LIGHTS IQALUIT

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!

northern lights yellowknife
NORTHERN LIGHTS YELLOWKNIFE

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