Having lived for years in southern Ontario, it was always a battle when I wanted to camp. Driving for hours to reach a lake that had oleanty of folks already on it. And crown land was almost null.
Here in the north we have it made. Most hardly consume the fact that a 30 min drive from the city in nearly any direction can land you on crown land near some body of water.
Camping in the north is a truly Canadian experience. Most lakes hear can be found empty with not person in site. It’s one of the many great benifits to the north.