What Canadian island has the same name as a Canadian province?
prince edward: AKA Nova Scotia
What is information about Canadian island shares the same name as a What is information about Canadian province?
Prince Edward Island.
Prince Edward. Also known as, Nova Scotia.
Quebec (Quebec City) is the capital of the province of Quebec.
Prince Edward Island. also Nova Scotia.
The city of Québec, unofficially referred to as Quebec City in English or Ville de Québec in French, is the capital city of the Canadian province of Québec.
Ontario seems to be by far the Canadian province with the most same-sex marriages.
Newfoundland and Labrador. Newfoundland is the island, and Labrador is on the mainland.
same-sex marriages are legal in ALL Canadian provinces.
Trieste (city) is the capital of Trieste province Enna (city) is the capital of Enna province.
The province of Asia was added in increments and roughly about 211 BC it became a province. Remember, that although the name's the same, the Roman province of Asia was not the continent of Asia. It was simply the name of a province in the western mid east. The province of Asia was added in increments and roughly about 211 BC it became a province. Remember, that although the name's the same, the Roman province… Read More
Newfoundland and Labrador
Same-sex marriage was legalized in the Canadian province of Quebec on March 16, 2004.
Same-sex marriage was legalized in the Canadian province of Manitoba on September 16, 2004.
Same-sex marriage was legalized in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan on November 5, 2004.
Same-sex marriage was legalized in Ontario on June 10, 2003.
Its name comes from an ancient French province of the same name.
Is a same-sex domestic partnership from the Canadian province of Nova Scotia legally recognized in the United Kingdom?
Yes. Pursuant to Schedule 20 of the UK Civil Partnership Act 2004, a same-sex domestic partnership formed in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia is legally recognized as a civil partnership in the United Kingdom.
It was named for an ancient French Province of the same name.
The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms applies to every province and territory in all of Canada.
No. The capital of the country of Canada is Ottawa. The capital of the Canadian province of Ontario is the city of Toronto.
Same-sex marriage was legalized in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia on September 24, 2004.
Same-sex marriage was legalized in the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador on December 21, 2004.
Same-sex marriage was legalized in the Canadian province of New Brunswick on June 23, 2005.
Go to the related link. Enlarge the image. When you place the cursor on a province, but not in the circle that is within the province, the name of the region is displayed. When you place the cursor within the little circle inside the province, the name of the province is displayed. All the contiguous provinces of the same color belong to the same region.
It is named for an Acient French Province of the same name.
There are two towns that have the same name but are located in different countries. The first is located at the Isle of Lewis, Western Isles, Scotland. The second one is located in a village within the Estrie region of the Canadian province of Quebec.
The most recently "formed" province is Saskatchewan. It was formed by the federal government on September 1, 1905, the same day that Alberta was formed. Canada's newest province, however, is Newfoundland and Labrador, which "joined" Confederation on March 31, 1949.
The state's official answer to that question is that it is named in honor of an ancient French Province of the same name,
There is no province named after an actual city, unless you're thinking of Quebec and Quebec City
Limasawa is a 6th class municipality and an island of the same name in the province of Southern Leyte, Philippines. According to the 2000 census, it has a population of 5,157 people in 1,108 households. It lies south of Leyte, in the Mindanao Sea. The island is about 10 km from north to south.
Is a same-sex common-law relationship from the Canadian province of Manitoba legally recognized in the United Kingdom?
Yes. Pursuant to Schedule 20 of the UK Civil Partnership Act 2004, a same-sex relationship referred to as a common-law relationship or as a union de fait formed in the Canadian province of Manitoba is legally recognized as a civil partnership in the United Kingdom.
The Official reason cited by the Maine Legislature is that it is named for the ancient French province of the same name.
The original provinces of Canada all joined in Confederation at the same time, and none has precedence over any of the other original provinces.
yes, one is American name and one is Canadian name.
Yes. The "Big Island" is the island of Hawaii, which gives its name as the State name as well. Saying "Big Island" when referring to the island of Hawaii just is less confusing.
The provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Québec and Ontario entered Confederation at the same moment in time on July 1, 1867. None has priority in time over any of the others.
I'm guessing Mandarin. I might be wrong
You cannot start a Mexican business in Canada, but you can start a Canadian business and expand to Mexico or vice versa. In either case the Canadian part is the same as starting any business and varies a bit from Province to Province. It is best to begin by contacting your Provincial government and asking what is required for the type of business you want to create.
The Interislander. But that is the name of a company there are others that do the same thing.
yes they are the same Newfoundland and Labrador is all one province run by the same government
province is spelled the same in French.
No the winner is the same. There is no difference between the Canadian version and the American version.
Rupert's Land and the Northwest Territories were transferred from Britain to Canada on July 15, 1870. The Province of Manitoba was created by the Canadian government on the same day.
Yes, Messina is an Italian town. Specifically, Messina is the third largest city on the Italian island of Sicily. It is not Sicily's capital city, which is Palermo. But it is the capital of the Sicilian province of the same name. The pronunciation is "mehs-SEE-nah."
a isabella island
California got its name from a mythical island off the coast of India with the same name.
Cairo is a city, the capital of modern Egypt. It is also the name of the province of Egypt that houses the capital city. (This is in much the same way that Madrid is both the name of the city and the province in which Madrid the city is located.)
Escamilla is a Spanish surname. It is derived from the town with the same name - 'Escamilla'. It's located in the Gualadajara province of Spain.
Alberta was created as Canada's eighth province on September 1, 1905. Saskatchewan was created as Canada's ninth province on the same day. Canada was created by the British North America Act on July 1, 1867. Canada's four original provinces were Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Manitoba was created on July 15, 1870. British Columbia joined Confederation on July 20, 1871. Prince Edward Island joined Confederation on July 1, 1873.
No. The requirements for marriage in Canada are the same for any couple, same-sex or not. The laws vary from province to province, but all provinces permit same-sex marriage and no province has a residency requirement.