What Canadian province fishes the most for lobster?
Nova Scotia (23,514 tonnes, 2010)
the most popular Canadian province is Ontario
The most populated Canadian province is Ontario at 12,851,821 as of May 2011.
Quebec is the Canadian province that has the most automobile manufacturing.
British Columbia is the westernmost Canadian province.
Quebec is the Canadian province with the most francophones.
Ontario seems to be by far the Canadian province with the most same-sex marriages.
Canadian province British Columbia is directly north of USA's Washington state. It is the western-most Canadian province.
Quebec is the province where separatists would most likely live.
I think its the cordillera
in Ontario in Ontario
Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Alberta.
Yes but not the most populated. Ontario is the largest in population. yes Quebec is the largest Canadian provinces. Yes, Quebec is the largest province in Canada.
Quebec is the Canadian province with the most freshwater, 176,928 square kilometres. Northwest Territories is the Canadian territory with the most freshwater, 163,021 square kilometres.
The province with the greatest population is Ontario.
Most people live in the Canadian province Ontario even though it seems like British Colombia its still Ontario.
Michaels, the craft store corporation, has stores in every Canadian Province and most major Canadian cities.
Quebec speaks mainly French !
By population, Ontario, by retirement choice and weather, BC.
Prince Edward Island (PEI) is Canada's smallest province, both by area and by population. PEI is also Canada's most densely populated province.
Saskatchewan, Canada's most underrated Provence
The Territory of Nunavut extends to the north pole, which is Canadian.
The province of Quebec has the most in common culturally and linguistically with France, so much so that they have debated several times about seceding from the rest of Canada.
Believe it or not but most Canadians dont live in the province of Ontario nor within 150 miles of the U.S.-Canadian border, they live up your whoop.
Quebec has the most lakes of any size at over 1 million, followed by Ontario, then Manitoba Although Manitoba Has more lakes and water per kilometre than any other province. That statistic is why the province is referred to as the "Lake Province" in various circles.
Nunavut is the most northerly territory The correct answer is the "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.
Alberta, although Saskatchewan has recently been found to have huge reserves in its North.
The three Prairie provinces of Canada Alberta, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan.
Ontaio gets the most rainfall. :/ i hope this is correct. most likely it is correct :) thanks for reading BYEE
Saskatchewan is a Canadian province in the Great plains. The official languages of the province are English and French. English is the language most often spoken in this part of Canada.
The City of Winnipeg is in the Province of Manitoba. The Province of Manitoba switches to Daylight Saving Time when most other parts of North America do. Saskatchewan, the province immediately to the west of Manitoba, is the only Canadian province that remains on Standard Time year-round.
Ontario by a long shot. Then Quebec, then Alberta. I don't know the statistics completely.
British Columbia is the sixth province to joind the Canadian confederation located in the most westernmost of Canada's provinces.
British Columbia has the most mountains in it, but also has prairie and ranchland, as well as some orchards to the south,
No, they are Canadian. Many people in the province of Quebec do, however, speak French, because they have history with the French.
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Ontario, which uses nuclear thermal energy, using 78% of the energy in entire country.
Quebec, with well over 100 covered bridges, both wooden covered and modern covered bridges.
No Canadian province is entirely south of the US, but the most southerly point of land in Canada (Middle Island, in Lake Erie) is further south than all or parts of 27 US states.
Although Nunavut is the most recent Canadian political entity to be created, it was formerly part of Northwest Territories and did not add any new land to Canada. The most recent addition to Canada is the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador, which joined Canada on March 31, 1949.
The Canadian province with the most french speakers is Quebec, which is also the only province who's official language is only french. New Brunswick on the other hand, an eastern maritime province, is the only province to be officially bilingual. The rest of the provinces and territories in Canada are official English speaking only.
humans get most lobster.
The Canadian Diet is varied and contains many different things. It is very similar to the American diet. Most popular meals change with ever area and province.