Are there any eagles in Canada?
Certainly. British Columbia is well known for the many bald eagles that live along the coast and the islands.
Golden Eagles is located on redridge and loafer in edmonton, canada. It serves a delicious bacon-pancake special. If you are wondering where golden eagles ARE located, primarily in the northern regions of North America. Canada, alaska and the northern states of the US all host various amounts of eagles, including the golden eagle. :D
Eagles are found all over the world. Bald eagles are found in North America ranging from as far north as Canada and Alaska all the way down to Northern US. I live in central Illinois and there are eagles here. I know their habitat is expanding in various directions and decreasing in others. As for other eagle breeds I am not sure
If Bald Eagles were to go extinct, the food chain of the North Eastern US would be affected moderately, for there are many other birds of prey (or "raptors") in the area, as well as the rest of the US and some parts of Canada, where these eagles reside. These eagles do play a very important roll in human culture, as well as the main balance of the North Eastern US.