Canada is a
country of ten million square
kilometres, the second-largest country in the world. Capital of
Canada is Ottawa,
located in Ontario.
languages in Canada are
English and French.
Canada has 10 provinces (Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New
Brunswick, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island
Québec and Saskatchewan) and 3 teritories
Territories, the Yukon Territory and Nunavut). Each province
and territory has its own capital city.
is home to more than 32.8 million people. About 77% of Canadians
in cities and towns.
The largest Canadian cities are Toronto, ON (5
million in the GTA), Montreal, QC (3.6 million in the CMA), Vancouver,
BC (2.2 million in the Lower Mainland), and Ottawa combined with the
National Capital Region, ON (1.1 million).
About Canada -
The National Atlas of Canada presents Facts about Canada. Find
by using tables, maps & images depicting the superlative
features of Canada.
Government Info & Resources - The
beautiful country of
Canada stretches from the Atlantic
Ocean in the east to the Pacific
Ocean in the west. Canada
also reaches the Arctic
Ocean in the north where Canada's territorial claim extends to
Parks - A world
of wonders awaits you in the
Canadian parks -
from great wilderness and outdoor adventure, towering cliffs, rugged
shorelines, windowswept sand dunes and
seemingly bottomless gorges. And with each of parks serving up a truly
one-of-a -kind buffet of natural wonders, you won't find yourself
running short of inspiration any time soon.
Amusement & Theme Parks - If
you are looking for fun and excitement in amusement parks our directory
is your ticket to the big time.
Tourism - Visit the
site of the Canadian Tourism Commission for more info about Canadian
tourism and attractions. This is the official travel guide to
Festivals & Events Info Page - Bring
the whole family and enjoy exciting events in beautiful Canada.
Of Canadian Attractions - Enjoy Canadian major attraction
Canada - Environment Canada's mandate
is to preserve and enhance the quality of
the natural environment; conserve Canada's renewable resources;
conserve and protect Canada's water resources; forecast weather and
environmental change; enforce rules relating to boundary waters; and
coordinate environmental policies and programs for the federal
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Info from National Library of Canada.
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