Two of them are Canada and Denmark
Yes, Greenland is northeast of Canada.
The distance from Franklin Island (territory belonging to Greenland) to Ellesmere Island (Canada), across the Nares Strait, is about 25 km. If the Canadian claim to Hans Island is considered valid, Canada is even closer, at a distance of approximately 20 km. From Qaqortoq, Greenland, to Iqaluit, Canada, it is about 740miles, or 1200km. From Qaanaaq to Ellesmere Island (the closest it is to canada), it is about 140miles, or 230km.
Nowadays none! -------- The United States has claimed and taken quite a bit of Canada over the years. They currently claim some our of Northern Territories and some of our territorial waters. Greenland claims one of our Islands. And Russia, as well as others claim our North Pole.
no it is not
Canada is MUCH bigger.
Greenland is in the North Atlantic Ocean, to the northeast of Canada.
Alaska, Canada and Greenland There are no brown/grizzly bears in Greenland, but there are in the United States, Europe, and Asia.
Greenland is on the Arctic Circle, Iceland is near it.