Here is a beautiful construction that I lost, and had to reproduce. I found hints on the web, but nowhere a clear construction, so here it is: Let M be a differential manifold. Let T*M, TM be the tangent and co-tangent bundle, respectively. Now let TT*M be the tangent bundle of the co-tangent bundle. The bundle map T*M->M is differentiable, and so extends to a map F:TT*M->TM. Also, there is the bundle map G:TT*M->T*M. Now let v be in TT*mM, F(v) is in TmM and G(v) is in T*mM, which can be canonically identified with TmM*. So G(v)(F(v)) is well defined. Call this \(v). \ is well defined and only depends on local differential properties. Over U, an open subset of R^n, TT*U can be identified with U X R^n X R^n, and \(u, v, w)=(v,w), the inner product. So, \ is a differential function from TT*M->R which is linear above every point — a differential form on T*M. Thus, d\ is an exact, and so closed, differential 2-form. Note that on T*U, which can be canonically identified with a subset of R^n X R^n, it is equal to the canonical symplectic form, and since being non-degenerate is a local property, d\ is a non-degenerate closed 2-form — a symplectic form.
Conclusion: for every manifold M, T*M has a canonical symplectic structure, given by d\.
(\ is apparently called the Liouville form, but I haven’t found a nice construction of it online.)
EDIT: Changed “non-trivial” to “non-degenerate”, as suggested by Professor Karshon. She also mentioned Ana Cannas da Silva’s book as a reference, though the site was down when I tried to confirm the link.