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Canada is located in the Northern Hemisphere, on the continent of North America. It is bounded by the Arctic Ocean on the north, by the United States and the Great Lakes on the south, by the Atlantic Ocean on the east, and by the Pacific Ocean on the west. Canada is bounded on the northeast by Greenland and on the northwest by Alaska. The area of Canada is 9,976,185 square kilometers (3,851,808 square miles).

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Map of Canada, featuring Canada's major cities, roads, lakes and rivers.

Canada is a federation of ten Provinces and three Territories. The four Maritime Provinces of New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island are influenced by their relationships with the North Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. Quebec and Ontario are the most populous Provinces in Canada, while Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta occupy Canada's central prairie heartland. British Columbia, the westernmost Province in Canada, lies between the Rocky Mountains and the North Pacific Ocean. Canada's Territories, consisting of Nunavut, Yukon, and the Northwest Territories, lie to the far north. They have no inherent jurisdiction, and only exercise powers that are delegated to them by Canada's federal government. BBC News - Canada offers an excellent news and information profile of Canada.

Canada map - Provinces and Territories

Other Maps of Canada

  • Atlas of Canada features national and provincial maps of Canada.
  • CIA World Factbook - Canada features a map and facts about Canada.
  • Historical Maps of Canada features Canada maps dating back to 1700.
  • Canada Relief Map shows the topographical features of Canada.
  • Canada Maps features detailed Canadian province road maps.

Canada Travel Information

Canada's capital city is Ottawa, Ontario. Other major cities in Canada include Toronto, Montreal, Calgary and Vancouver. Popular Canadian travel destinations include Niagara Falls in the east and the Canadian Rockies in the west, as well as the coastal Maritime Provinces and historic Quebec City. The principal languages spoken in Canada are English and French.

For additional Canadian travel and tourism information, visit Travel Canada, sponsored by the Canadian Tourism Commission. For information about Canada's National Parks, visit Parks Canada. For Canadian rail travel schedules, see VIA Rail Canada.

Major Canadian airports include Ottawa International Airport in Ottawa, Montreal-Trudeau International Airport in Quebec, Toronto Pearson Airport in Ontario, Calgary International Airport in Alberta, and Vancouver International Airport in British Columbia.



Canada News

  • Axa sells Canada unit for $2.7bn
    French insurer Axa sells its Canadian business and outlines a five-year growth strategy that will see it target emerging markets.
    BBC News. Wed, 01 Jun 2011 07:29:20 GMT.
  • The nation's weather
    The cold front associated with the storm system in eastern Canada will continue to advance eastward across the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley then onto the East Coast by Wednesday evening.
    Miami Herald. Wed, 01 Jun 2011 04:41 EDT.
  • Stanley Cup Finalists Welcome Winnipeg to NHL
    Kevin Bieksa survived and thrived during a winter in Winnipeg, and he thinks the former Atlanta Thrashers will do just fine in the frigid center of Canada.
    By The Associated Press. International Herald Tribune. Wed, 01 Jun 2011 00:57:07 GMT.
  • Postal strike still avoidable, Canada Post says
    A spokesman for Canada Post said there's still enough time to reach a deal with its postal workers, who are threatening to strike at midnight Thursday.
    Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Tue, 31 May 2011 21:13:07 EDT.
  • On tour: William and Kate to wow Canada and US
    pThe Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will visit at least nine cities and see a rodeo during an extensive first official tour together through North America. ...
    Irish Independent. Tue, 31 May 2011 10:01:48 GMT.

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