|Land Area||9,093,507 km2|
|Water Area||891,163 km2|
|Total Area||9,984,670km2 (#2)|
|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|
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- 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
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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
|British Columbia||Victoria||British Columbia|
|New Brunswick||Fredericton||New Brunswick|
|Newfoundland and Labrador||St. John's||Newfoundland and Labrador|
|Northwest Territories||Yellowknife||Northwest Territories|
|Nova Scotia||Halifax||Nova Scotia|
|Prince Edward Island||Charlottetown||Prince Edward Island|
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