Canada Texas is bigger than Denmark
No. Denmark has the sixths-best economy in the world... US is richer, not Canada though...
No, Denmark is in Europe north of Germany. However, the danish constitutional country of Greenland is northeast of Canada.
A flight from Toronto, Canada to Denmark takes about 8 hours. The distance from Toronto, Canada to Denmark is 3,797 miles or 6,110 kilometers.
Denmark is bordered by Canada on the east.
No, it is homeruled but a part of Denmark.
The United States of America borders Canada to the south and to the west (Alaska). Greenland which is part of Denmark is East. Denmark and Russia at the north pole area.
we help Canada how to save energy and produce cheap and natural energy from windmills
Greenland is the island you want, and is considered part of Denmark.
The Denmark Strait separates Iceland and Greenland. And when the world was born the Denmark Strait was separating U.S.A and Canada
Arvil lavigne was born in canada.
Greenland, part of Denmark.
Two of them are Canada and Denmark
Canada claims Hans Island which is disputed between Canada and Denmark because of its location in the middle of an international strait.
Norway, Russia, Denmark, and the USA but boundary disputes will likely change that. For example Canada may not border Norway because Denmark may succeed at their claim to the north pole. Canada may lose it's northern claims to the USA, in which case the only countries having a border with us would be the USA and Denmark.
Greenland which is part of Denmark, is east of Windsor. Norway and Russia border Canada at the pole they could also be considered east of Canada.
It's part of Denmark.
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Canada. Or Denmark (if you include the territory of Greenland).
greenland is owned by them self. Earlier they were a part of Denmark.
united states of america ================= France and Denmark are also close to Canada: the French territory of St-Pierre-et-Miquelon in the Gulf of St Lawrence and Hans Island in Nares Strait, Greenland (which is part of Denmark).
United States. Detroit, MI is east of Windsor, Ontario. ----- Greenland a part of Denmark is East of Canada.
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the north pole,norway,canada,denmark,rusia,greenland.
Denmark (via Greenland). Other than that, the answer is Canada.
Greenland, which is part of Denmark and at the pole Russian and Norway.
Weel thunderstorms might be in places that are cold like Denmark, America, and canada.......
Answer: The eight arctic nations are: Canada Denmark Finland Iceland Norway Russia Sweeden United States of America Of these, five arctic nations surround the north pole: Canada Denmark Norway Russia United States of America
Like Northern America/southern canada... It is similar to Maine's climate.
If you are thinking of Greenland, it is still part of Denmark.
Canada Russia Norway (Salzberg Island) Denmark (Greenland)
Greenland which is part of Denmark, and the USA because Detroit is east of Windsor and since Norway and Russia border Canada at the pole they could be seen as East of Canada.
yes. Greenland is an island of Denmark in the northern Atlantic Ocean off northeast Canada. It is the largest island in the world and lies mostly within the Arctic Circle.
It is governed by Denmark, which is in Europe. But it is located in North America on a large island near Canada.
Canada ,Mexico, America, Greenland(Owned by Denmark)
Japan, Norway, Denmark (Faroe Islands), Iceland and Canada (Inuits).
the United States of America. Russia, Denmark, Norway, and the USA. We share a border with all of them.
norway ,denmark , malta ,poland maybe austria
Canada is made up of many provinces spanning six timezones with a variety of daylight savings policies. http://wwp.greenwichmeantime.com/time-zone/north-America/Canada/time-zones.htm Denmark is on Central European Time (CET) and has two separate time catergories: GMT +1 during the off-season and GMT+2 during the summer (October - March). http://wwp.greenwichmeantime.com/time-zone/Europe/European-union/denmark/time.htm
"Does Canada border the US?" Yes, it's the only country it borders. ================================================ Oops! Not so fast! Canada also shares a border with Denmark. The international boundary runs across Hans Island.
Canada, USA, and Denmark (via Greenland).
Canada, France (the islands of St Pierre and Miquelon), Denmark (Greenland)
Russia, Canada, U.S.A., Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, Greenland, Denmark, and Germany.
Canada. Denmark would be considered the farthest north country if including Greenland.
Russia, Canada, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Arctic, Antarctic, Siberia defiantly have tundra biome.
Canada, the US, Denmark (via Greenland), Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Russia, and Mongolia.
Russia, Denmark and France
United States, Canada, Denmark, Iceland, Sweden, Norway, Finland, and Russia
Russia, Canada, Greenland (Greenland belongs to Denmark) Norway too
Greenland (Managed by Denmark), Norway, Sweden, Finland, Russia, USA (Alaska),Canada