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Canada is a country that has much to offer visitors, from island sights to scenic mountain waterfalls as its mentioned in Canada map. Stretching from the Atlantic to the Pacific coasts, this former French and British colony has a rich heritage from the North Coast Indians of British Columbia to the French explorers of Quebec. Since both French and English are the national languages, a visit to Canada is like visiting two countries. Indeed, Canada has appeal for travelers who are interested in nature and cosmopolitan cities.
Canada has a public healthcare system; essential medical treatment is available to all Canadian citizens and permanent residents as you can see in Canada map. Although the health care systems are run by the Provincial ministries of health, the Federal Government sets the standards for health care across the country. Public education is the responsibility of each Provincial Government (please refer to our Provincial pages for more information) and is paid for through taxes.
Canada is a developed country whose economy includes the extraction and export of raw materials from its large area. Because of this, it has a transportation system as its shown in Canada map which includes more than 1,400,000 kilometres (870,000 mi) of roads, 10 major international airports, 300 smaller airports, 72,093 km (44,797 mi) of functioning railway track, and more than 300 commercial ports and harbours that provide access to the Pacific, Atlantic and Arctic oceans as well as the Great Lakes and the Saint Lawrence Seaway.
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Canada has a total area of 9.9 million sq. km. and touches the Pacific, Arctic, and Atlantic oceans (which is why its motto, “from sea to sea” is quite appropriate), making it the country with the longest coastline (243,791 km. long) as its mentioned in Canada on map. It is composed of 10 provinces and three territories with Ottawa as its capital. The provinces are: Alberta (capital: Edmonton) , British Columbia (Victoria), Manitoba (Winnipeg), New Brunswick (Fredericton), Newfoundland and Labrador (St. John’s), Nova Scotia (Halifax), Ontario (Toronto), Prince Edward Island (Charlottetown), Quebec (Quebec City), and Saskatchewan (Regina). The three territories are: Northwest Territories (Yellowknife), Nunavut (Iqaluit), and Yukon (Whitehorse).
Canada is a vast and rugged land. From north to south it spans more than half the Northern Hemisphere as its shown in Canada on map. In some ways Canada is many nations in one. Descendents of British and French immigrants make up about half the population. They were followed by other European and Asian immigrants. First Nations peoples make up about four percent of the population.
The monetary unit is the Canadian Dollar as you can see in Canada on map. It is made up of cents with 100 cents making 1 Canadian dollar. There are 1 cent coins usually called a penny, 5 cent coins usually called a nickel, 10 cent coins called a dime, 25 cent coins called a quarter, 1 dollar coins called a loonie and two dollar coins called a twoonie. The notes or bills are in 5 dollar, 10 dollar, 20 dollar, 50 dollar and 100 dollar denominations.
The detailed map of Canada shows a labeled and large map of the country Canada. This detailed map of Canada will allow you to orient yourself in Canada in Americas. The detailed Canada map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Canada landscape offers a wide range of natural sceneries and is divided into multiple geographical regions as its mentioned in the detailed map of Canada. The Canadian Shield, which is the largest geographical area, encompasses half the country and centers on Hudson Bay. The southeastern region of Canada is dominated by lowlands, bordered by the Great Lakes: Lake Michigan, Lake Superior, Lake Erie, and Lake Ontario.
Ice hockey in Canada is like football in the UK: it is huge (see the detailed map of Canada). It is Canada official national winter sport and the country is regarded as the birthplace of ice hockey, with the first game believed to have been played in Montreal in the 1870s. Canadians look at the sport as their own and over the last century, innumerable men, women and children will have played hockey at varying levels or watched the sport.
Maple syrup is most definitely something Canada is famous for, with around 80 per cent of the world maple syrup produced in Canada. Quebec is by far the largest producer thanks to its abundance of maple trees as its mentioned in the detailed map of Canada. The tree sap is collected and reduced to produce the syrup, in a process that was first discovered by Canada indigenous peoples and has been refined over the centuries.
Map of Northern Canada shows the North part of the country Canada. Northern Canada map will allow you to easily explore areas of the North of Canada in Americas. The map of Northern Canada is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
The Northwest Territories, Nunavut and Yukon contain one-third of Canada land mass but have a population of only 100,000. There are gold, lead, copper, diamond and zinc mines as its mentioned in the map of Northern Canada. Oil and gas deposits are being developed. The Northern Canada is often referred to as the “Land of the Midnight Sun” because at the height of summer, daylight can last up to 24 hours. In winter, the sun disappears and darkness sets in for three months.
The Northern territories of Canada have long cold winters and short cool summers. Much of the North is made up of tundra, the vast rocky Arctic plain as you can see in the map of Northern Canada. Because of the cold Arctic climate, there are no trees on the tundra and the soil is permanently frozen. Some continue to earn a living by hunting, fishing and trapping. Inuit art is sold throughout Canada and around the world.
“Northern” Canada encompasses all land above the country 60th parallel, which is divided into three territories (from west to east as its mentioned in the map of Northern Canada): Yukon, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut. Upwards of 90 per cent of the land in all three is strictly uninhabitable, a barren wasteland of rock, ice and snow, meaning the populated areas are located either in the southern regions, or close to the coast of a lake, river or ocean. Still, “habitable” remains very much in the eye of the beholder. Even in the north larger cities, it is not at all uncommon for winter temperatures to dip below -40˚(C).
Map of Southern Canada shows the South part of the country Canada. Southern Canada map will allow you to easily explore areas of the South of Canada in Americas. The map of Southern Canada is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Southern Canada has a variety of vacation possibilities as its mentioned in the map of Southern Canada. This diverse country gives you the opportunity to experience a bit of French culture as well as get a taste of old England. You can even explore bits of Canada history that may even be on the shady side. Whether you prefer the great outdoors or exploring world-class museums, southern Canada welcomes you.
Kingsville has a unique location as the most southern town in Canada and enjoys the warmest climate of any city in Ontario. Our region is located at the same latitude as northern California. The South refers to the southern regions of these provinces and includes Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick as you can see in the map of Southern Canada. The red line indicates the boundary between the North and the South within the provinces.
The Southern Canada refers to the southern regions of these provinces and includes Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. Middle Island is a small island, just 18.5 hectares (46 acres) in area as its shown in the map of Southern Canada. It is the southernmost point of land in Canada, located at 41°41'N, 82°41"W (41.685,-82.684), or about 41.7 degrees north latitude.