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Canada has 3 territories, these are the Northwest Territories, Yukon, and Nunavut. Canada has 10 provinces, these are Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Manitoba, British Columbia, Prince Edward Island, Saskatchewan, Alberta, New Foundland and Labrador.

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Does Canada have countries,states,cities,or territories?


There are only three territories in Canada- Nunavut, Yukon, and the Northwest Territories. They are all located in northern Canada.


There isn't a such thing as a state in Canada, they have 10 provinces & 3 territories, no states. The US and other countries have stated. Nunavut is a territory of Canada it was recently founded by the spliting of the North West Territories (a territory in Canada) into two separate territories.


There isn't a such thing as a state in Canada, they have 10 provinces & 3 territories, no states. The US and other countries have states. Nunavut is a territory of Canada it was recently founded by the splitting of the North West Territories (a territory in Canada) into two separate territories.


Yukon,Nunavut, and Northwest territories


Canada has ten provinces and three territories.


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There are 13 provinces and territories in Canada. ( total )



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