There are more than 10,300 maple syrup producers in Canada, with more than 33,680,000 taps. Quebec, at 93 percent, is the largest producer, followed by Ontario, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. According to Statscan (Statistics Canada), in 2005, the Canadian industry produced 6.1 million gallons of maple syrup, worth nearly $175.1 million.
So experience the world of the maple trees and its bounty with the sweet Maple Syrup Festival. Hosted during March break at the Bradley House, the traditional festival will have you licking your lips and delving into the ultimate sugar high.