Travel Guide Thursdays: Ontario

Planning a summer vacation? Perhaps you will find a Rampage player on your next trip. The Rampage has seen 293 players from all around the globe who have played with the Rampage at some point in the team’s nine-year history. Each Thursday throughout the offseason, sarampage.com will feature a location in which Rampage players call home.  The Rampage has had 188 players from Canada, 40 from Europe/other places around the world and 65 from the U.S. This week’s featured location is Ontario in which 66 players call home.

Ontario, Canada
Capital: Toronto
Government: Constitutional Monarchy
Leaders: Monarch – Elizabeth II, Lieutenant Governor – David Onley, Premier – Dalton McGuinty
Population: 13,210,667
Area: 415,598 square miles
Language: English
Currency: Canadian Dollar
Climate (in capital city): Winter average high – 40; Summer average high – 70

Top places to visit in Toronto:
Hockey Hall of Fame
Rogers Centre
Art Gallery of Ontario
Royal Ontario Museum
Ontario Science Centre
CN Tower
Casa Loma
Black Creek Pioneer Village
Toronto Zoo
Toronto City Hall
Toronto Aerospace Museum
Ontario Place
Toronto International Film Festival
Little Italy
Little Portugal
Little India
Toronto Islands
Canada’s Wonderland
Bata Shoe Museum
Canadian National Exhibition
St. Lawrence Market
Kensington Market
Yonge Street (world’s longest street)

Rampage players from Ontario (by city):
Toronto, ONT – Vince Bellissimo
Toronto, ONT – Drake Berehowsky
Toronto, ONT – David Cornacchia
Toronto, ONT – Oren Eizenman
Toronto, ONT – Stephen Weiss
Toronto, ONT – Daniel Winnik
Toronto, ONT – Mike Zigomanis
Toronto, ONT – Jamie Bates
Mississauga, ONT – Jeff Brown
Mississauga, ONT – Adam Paiement
Scarborough, ONT – Chris Durno
Scarborough, ONT – Greg Koehler
Scarborough, ONT – Gavin Morgan
Scarborough, ONT – Mike Ricci
Scarborough, ONT – Steve Ward
King City, ONT – Daniel Carcillo
Brampton, ONT – Adam Keefe
Oshawa, ONT – Frank Littlejohn
Whitby, ONT – Eric Regan
Oakville, ONT – Kyle Wilson
Burlington, ONT – Jordan Szwarz
Ottawa, ONT – Andre Savage
Ottawa, ONT – Jamie Rivers
Ottawa, ONT – Brendan Bell
Ottawa, ONT – Eric Beaudoin
Ottawa, ONT – Ryan Jardine
Ottawa, ONT – Randy Robitaille
London, ONT – Mike Van Ryn
London, ONT – Brett MacLean
London, ONT – Gregory Campbell
London, ONT – Jeff Paul
Hamilton, ONT – Mike Amodeo
Hamilton, ONT – Brian McGrattan
Hamilton, ONT – Joey Tenute
Sault Ste. Marie, ONT – Drew Fata
Sault Ste. Marie, ONT – Sean Gagnon
Sault Ste. Marie, ONT – Bryan Helmer
Sault Ste. Marie, ONT – Preston Mizzi
Sault Ste. Marie, ONT – Robb Palahnuk
Thunder Bay, ONT – Derrick McIver
Thunder Bay, ONT – Steve Passmore
Thunder Bay, ONT – Jared Staal
Aitkokan, ONT – Nate DiCasmirro
Almonte, ONT – Kent Huskins
Brantford, ONT – Josh Gratton
Chatham, ONT – Mike Vellinga
Durham, ONT – Chad Woollard
Egmondville, ONT – Derek Nesbitt
Guelph, ONT – Greg Jacina
¬¬¬¬ Iroquois Falls, ONT – Ryan Garlock
Kanata, ONT – Travis Scott
Kapuskasing, ONT – Louis Goulet
Kitchener, ONT – TJ Reynolds
Markdale, ONT – Brad Tiley
Niagara Falls, ONT – Jarrod Skalde
Orleans, ONT – Lou Dickenson
Penetanguishene, ONT – Patrick DesRochers
Petawawa, ONT – Brent Cullaton
Peterborough, ONT – Adam Perry
Red Rock, ONT – Jeremy Swanson
Rockland, ONT – Serge Payer
Stoney Creek, ONT – Tyrone Garner
Sudbury, ONT – Serge Dube
Tecumseh, ONT – Ryan Donally
Welland, ONT – Nathan Horton
Windsor, ONT – Matt Beleskey


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