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Location of Canada

Canada's Information

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Land Area 9,093,507 km2
Water Area 891,163 km2
Total Area 9,984,670km2 (#2)
Population 35,362,905 (#38)
Population Density 3.89/km2
Government Type Federal Parliamentary Democracy (Parliament Of Canada) Under A Constitutional Monarchy; A Commonwealth Realm
GDP (PPP) $1,670.00 Billion
GDP Per Capita $46,200
Currency Dollar (CAD)
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LATITUDE & LONGITUDE:
  • Latitude/Longitude: (Absolute Locations)
    Ottawa: (capital city) 45° 24' N , 75° 41' W
    Charlottetown: 46° 14' N , 63° 7' W
    Edmonton: 53° 32' N , 113° 29' W
    Fredericton: 45° 57' N , 66° 38' W
    Halifax: 44° 38' N , 63° 34' W
    Iqaluit: 63° 44' N , 68° 31' W
    Montreal: 45° 30' N , 73° 33' W
    Quebec: 52° 56' N / 73° 32' W
    Regina: 50° 27' N , 104° 36' W
    Toronto: 43° 39' N , 79° 22' W
    Vancouver: 49° 14' N , 123° 6' W
    Whitehorse: 60° 43' N , 135° 3' W
    Winnipeg: 49° 53' N , 97° 9' W
    Yellowknife: 62° 27' N , 114° 22' W
  • Latitude and Longitude: (specific details)
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  • Relative Locations: (specific details)

RELATIVE LOCATIONS:
The country of Canada is positioned in both the northern and western hemispheres. It's the largest country on the North American continent, and bordered by the United States in the south; the U.S. State of Alaska in the far-northwest and the island of Greenland in the far-northeast. It's also bordered by the Arctic Ocean, Atlantic Ocean and Pacific Ocean.


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Canada provinces, territories & their capitals

Region Capital Quick Reference
Alberta Edmonton Alberta
British Columbia Victoria British Columbia
Manitoba Winnipeg Manitoba
New Brunswick Fredericton New Brunswick
Newfoundland and Labrador St. John's Newfoundland and Labrador
Northwest Territories Yellowknife Northwest Territories
Nova Scotia Halifax Nova Scotia
Nunavut Iqaluit Nunavut
Ontario Toronto Ontario
Prince Edward Island Charlottetown Prince Edward Island
Quebec Quebec Quebec
Saskatchewan Regina Saskatchewan
Yukon Whitehorse Yukon

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 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

What is the Most Common Cause of Death in Canada?

Stroke is the most common cause of death in Canada.

Leading Causes Of Deaths In Canada

Who Owns All The Land in Canada?

Queen Elizabeth II owns all of the land of Canada.

Who Owns All the Land in Canada?

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 is the Largest Bank in Canada?

The Royal Bank of Canada is said to be the largest bank in Canada, followed by the Toronto-Dominion Bank, the Bank of Nova Scotia, the Bank of Montreal, and the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce.

The Largest Banks in Canada

Provinces & Territories Of Canada