Where do most of the people in Canada live ethier Territory or province?
The highest populated province (or territory) in Canada is Ontario.
Nunavut was made in 1999, before this it was a part of the North West Territories. The Canadian government wanted a chunk of land that would still belong to the first nations people. That's why they made the new territory called Nunavut. Newfoundland and Labrador was the last province to join in 1949. Nunavut is a territory or Colony of Canada and does not have provincial standing.
Alberta became a province of Canada in 1903. -------------------- Alberta became part of Canada when it was purchased from the Hudson Bay Company and transferred from Britain, complete with people. The official year of the purchase and Alberta's Canadian colonial status was 1870. For many years Alberta was a territory that was located in what is now Southern Alberta. Today's Northern Alberta is located in what was part of the Athabasca territory, which was not…
Some people in Quebec wanted (and some still want) to separate from the rest of Canada. The party elected to govern the Province is and frequently has been in favour of separating but repeated referenda have proved that the majority of people in the province do not have and have never had any interest whatsoever in doing so.
Uh, first of all, Canada does not have states, it has provinces and territories. Each province/territory has it's own provincial bird. although many people consider the Canadian Goose the official national bird, it is in fact, the Common Loon. The Canadian Goose is more accurately a symbol of Canada.
The largest province in Canada is Quebec. It occupies 1.5 million square kilometers of land, 15% of Canada's total landmass. However, Ontario is the province most populous province, with about 12,200,000 people inhabiting it. Nunavut is larger than Quebec, at 2.1 million square kilometers, but is not a province.
In terms of area, Quebec is the biggest province. Ontario has the largest population. Quebec is now #2 in geographic size. Newly created Nunavut is now the largest and covers the northern region. (This is not true since Nunavut is a Territory not a Province. The way the question is worded, Quebec is still the largest Province in Canada with respect to land mass.) In terms of land mass, Quebec is the largest with 1.5…
Nunavut is the largest territory in Canada. (Canada is made up of Provinces and Territories. Not States) The capital of Nunavut is Iqaluit. The Territory has a population of around 32,000 people, who are mostly Inuit. (Inuit, AKA "Eskimos" are a native group found in northern Canada.) Sources: My knowledge of Canada, and Wikipedia for the population.
The only province in Canada with straight borders is land locked Saskatchewan. As all such straight borders suggest they were selected by people from outside the area with little consideration for those living there. It's location is south, the 49th to north, the 60th, and is West of Canada's Central province Manitoba. So not really south or central.
The definition of city as far as population goes varies from province to province, but the term city usually refers to a population centre with at least 5000 people, in Ontario (the most populous province), a city has to have at least 10 000 people. There are numerous centres that qualify for this designation.
The last census is from 2006: Newfoundland and Labrador: 505,469 Prince Edouard Island: 135,851 Nova Scotia: 913,462 New Brunswick: 729,997 Quebec: 7,546,131 Ontario: 12,160,282 Manitoba: 1,148,401 Saskatchewan: 968,157 Alberta: 3,290,350 British Columbia: 4,113,487 Yukon Territory: 30,372 Northwest Territory: 41,464 Nunavut: 29,474