What is the westernmost national capital in Canada?
Canada is a Confederation of Nations. This is why provinces are sometimes referred to as Nations which would make Victoria BC the western most national capital. The country of Canada has only one capital, called Ottawa, currently located in Eastern Canada.
The western most capital city in Canada would be Victoria, in British Columbia
The westernmost capital is Dakar, the capital of Senegal (Longitude: 17°26.6436′ W) . Nouakchott, the capital of Mauritania comes in as a close second place (Longitude: 15°57′W).
The capital city of Canada is Ottawa
Ottawa is the national capital of Canada i know that Cuz I live there and it rocks :)
Ottawa, Ontario is the capital city of Canada.
The capital of Senegal is Dakar, which is the westernmost capital in Africa. It is located at the westernmost tip of the country on the Cap-Vert peninsula.
Reykjavik is the westernmost and northernmost European capital city. It is located in Iceland.
The country of Iceland has the westernmost and northernmost European capital city. The capital and largest city of Iceland is Rychivyk.
While Europe is primarily composed of its continental countries, its westernmost countries are actually islands. The westernmost continental countries in Europe are parts of Spain and Portugal, with the westernmost capital city in continental western Europe being Lisbon. Lisbon is the capital of Portugal.
The capital of Iceland is both the westernmost and northernmost capital city in China. The capital city, ReykjavÃk, is also the northernmost capital of any sovereign state in the world.
Ottawa is the national capital. -( And BTW , the name is CANADA, not 'canda' )
You have answered you own question - Ottawa,in southern Ontario is Canada's national capital.
Yes, it is the nation's capital. It is also the fourth largest city in Canada.
Ottawa, Ontario The capital of Canada is Ottawa.
Ottawa, the national capital, is closest to Toronto (the provincial capital of Ontario), separated by a distance of 351.72 km.
Canada is not a state. Canada is a sovereign nation. It has a national capital which is Ottawa, 10 provincial capitals, and 3 territorial capitals. Ottawa, Ontario is the capital city of Canada.
British Columbia became part of Canada in 1871. It is Canada's westernmost province. It's capital of Victoria is located on Vancouver Island.
The capital city of Canada is Ottawa, Ontario.
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No. Geneva is the westernmost city in Switzerland. The capital of Switzerland is Bern.
The capital is Oslo and the country is Norway.
I think what the provinicial capital city is TORONTO.
Eastermost- Arunachal Pradesh capital Itanagar Northernmost- Jammu and Kashmir- Winter capital- Jammu Summer capital- Srinagar Westernmost- Gujarat capital Gandhinagar Southernmost- Tamil Nadu capital Chennai (Madras)
The national capital of Canada is Ottawa, and is not on the U.S. border, it is on the border of Ontario and Quebec.
The westernmost city in Australia is Perth, the capital of Western Australia. The westernmost town is Denham.
You question makes no sense.
PEI is, most commonly, an abbreviation for Prince Edward Island - a province of Canada. The capital of Prince Edward Island is Charlottetown. The capital of Canada is Ottawa in The National Capital Region.
Geneva is the capital of the Republic and Canton of Geneva. It is the westernmost city in Switzerland. Bern is the capital of Switzerland.
The capital of Canada is Ottowa, located in the province of Ontario.
Mexico is. In fact, it is the third westernmost country in the world (after the United States and Canada).
Neither, PEI stands for Prince Edward Island which is one of the ten provinces of Canada. The capital of P.E.I. is Charlottetown. P.E.I. entered into confederation as the seventh province on July 1, 1873. The national capital of Canada is Ottawa located in the province of Ontario.
Rennes ( Roazhon) The regional capital of Brittany (the westernmost region of France) is Rennes.
Ottawa, ON Canada
Toronto is the provincial capital of Ontario, it is as well the largest city in Canada.
Canada has two westernmost regions. Its Pacific province is British Columbia. To the far Northwest is the Canadian Yukon.
Iceland is the nation and Reykjavik is the capital
It is the capital of Senegal, and is located on the Cape Verde peninsula (westernmost West Africa).
Yukon Territory is the westernmost section of Canada, but it's not considered a province since it's only a territory. So the westernmost province would be British Columbia.
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Canada has only one national capital which is Ottawa, Ontario. Each of Canada's provinces has only one provincial capital. Therefore, interpreting your question literally would receive the answer that none of Canada's provinces has two capitals...unless you are not distinguishing between national and provincial capitals. If so, then the province of Ontario has two capital cities within it: Ottawa, Ontario is the national capital and Toronto, Ontario is the provincial capital.
Perth is the capital of Australia's westernmost state, which is called Western Australia.
There are 14 capitals in Canada, one national capital and 13 capitals for each province/territory.
Ottawa, Canada is absolutely located at 45.20 N latitude and 73.58 W longitude.
Yukon's western boundary is the westernmost part of Canada.
British Columbia is the westernmost province.