About Canada

From coast to coast to coast, Canada is vast. It's not a country that necessarily wants to be in the limelight – and when it is it is often compared to its large southern neighbor - but there are many things Canada does well, albeit quietly. The country has some of the world's most impressive, not to mention untouched, natural landscapes. Some of the country's largest cities like Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver are among the world's most vibrant places. It is also one of the world's least densely populated countries and is consistently ranked as one of the best ones to live in. 

Canada Trivia

What is the Biggest City in Canada?

The most populated city in Canada is Toronto, with a total population of 5.4 million. Around 1/6 of the entire population of Canada lives in Toronto.

The Largest Cities in Canada

What are the Major Ethnic Groups of Canada?

Most people living in Canada self-identify as "Canadian". However, the most common responses to ethnicity are English, French, Irish, and Scottish.

Major Ethnic Groups of Canada

What is the Richest Province in Canada?

With a GDP of CAD 763.276 billion in 2015, Ontario has the largest economy of all 13 provinces and territories. Ontario’s leading GDP is attributed to its growing manufacturing and service industries. About 52% of Canadian manufacturing shipments come from Ontario.

The Richest Provinces and Territories of Canada

What are the Best Cities to Live in in BC?

Some of the best cities to live in in BC are said to be Fort St. John, Whistler, Squamish, Delta, and North Vancouver.

Best Cities To Live: British Columbia, Canada

What are the Largest and Smallest Canadian Provinces?

Nunavut is the largest territory in Canada, and Quebec is the largest province. Yukon is the smallest territory, and Prince Edward Island is the smallest province.

The Largest And Smallest Canadian Provinces/Territories By Area

Which States Border Canada?

There are 13 states that border Canada: Alaska, Michigan, Maine, Minnesota, Montana, New York, Washington, North Dakota, Ohio, Vermont, New Hampshire, Idaho, and Pennsylvania.

US States That Border Canada

What are the Most Popular Sports in Canada?

Hockey is the most popular sport in Canada. Also called ice hockey, hockey was developed in Canada in the 19th century.

The Most Popular Sports in Canada

What is the Most Dangerous City in Canada?

The city of Regina has been the most violent city in Canada earning the title of the murder capital of Canada. In 2013, the city of Regina experienced ten homicides which were equivalent to a rate of 4.3 per 100,000 people, the highest in Canada.

Most Dangerous Cities in Canada