How many capitals does Canada have?
There are 14 capitals in Canada, one national capital and 13 capitals for each province/territory.
There are 14 capital cities in Canda: Ottawa is the capital of Canada; St. John's, Halifax, Charlottetown, Fredericton, Quebec, Toronto, Winnepeg, Regina, Edmonton, and Victoria are the 10 provincial capitals of Canada; Iqaluit, Whitehorse, and Yellowknife are the capitals of the 3 administrative regions of Canada.
There are fourteen capitals located in Canada. Ten serve as capitals to provinces, three as capitals to territories, and one is designated as the official capital of Canada. Province capitals: Toronto (Ontario), Quebec City (Quebec), Halifax (Nova Scotia), Fredericton (New Brunswick), Winnipeg (Manitoba), Victoria (British Columbia), Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island), Regina (Saskatchewan), Edmonton (Alberta), St. John's (Newfoundland and Labrador) Territory capitals: Yellowknife (Northwest Territories), Whitehorse (Yukon), Iqaluit (Nunavut) Canadian capital: Ottawa