Canada Provinces and Territories

This category is for the 10 provinces and three territories that make up the second largest country in the world: Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia, Nunavut, Yukon, and the Northwest Territories.

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Grasslands

Important crop of the prairie provinces?

Wheat is the biggest grain crop, although there is a lot of barley, canola, flax, and rye grown as well.

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Which province or territory has the smallest land mass in Canada?

PEI aka Prince Edward Island

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Canadian provinces in order from east to west?

Provinces: Newfoundland and Labrador (NL), Quebec (QC), Nova Scotia (NS), Prince Edward Island (PEI), New Brunswick (NB), Ontario (ON), Manitoba (MB), Saskatchewan (SK), Alberta (AB), British Columbia (BC)

Territories: Nunavut (NU), Northwest Territories (NT), Yukon Territory or just Yukon(YT)

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What Canadian provinces does Illinois border?

Illinois does not share a border with any Canadian province.

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What is the biggest province in Canada?

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 million square kms - about 15% of Canada's total.

Ontario is the largest in terms of population. Over 13 million people live in Ontario, about one third of the country's population.

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What is the most western prairie province?

The westernmost prairie province in Canada is Alberta.

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Name the 12 provinces and territories of Canada?

There are ten provinces and three territories.

PROVINCES: Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan

TERRITORIES: Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Yukon

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What province is Saskatoon in?

Saskatoon is located in Saskatchewan.

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What are Canada's ten provinces and three territories?

Canada has ten provinces and three territories.

Provinces: Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, and British Columbia.

Territories: Nunavut, Yukon Territory and the Northwest Territories.
Provinces: * British Columbia * Alberta * Saskatchewan * Manitoba * Ontario * Quebec * New Brunswick * Nova Scotia * Prince Edward Island * Newfoundland and Labrador Territories: * Yukon Territory* * Northwest Territories* * Nunavut *Note: This is the correct form of "territory" as used in the official name for each region. Notice one is singular and the other is pluralized.

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How many provinces and territories are there in Canada?

Canada has 10 provinces and 3 territories.

Provinces:

  1. Alberta
  2. British Columbia
  3. Manitoba
  4. New Brunswick
  5. Newfoundland & Labrador
  6. Nova Scotia
  7. Ontario
  8. Prince Edward Island
  9. Quebec
  10. Saskatchewan

Territories:

  1. Northwest Territories
  2. Nunavut
  3. Yukon
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Which states touch the Pacific Ocean?

There are five states in the United States that border the Pacific Ocean. However, there are only three continental states that 'touch it'. The continental states are Washington, Oregon, and California. The other two are Alaska and Hawaii.

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Nunavut

What is the size of Nunavut in square kilometers?

1,994,000 square kilometers (770,000 square miles, or 1/5th of Canada)

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Which Canadian province has the most lakes?

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.

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What is legal age to move from province to province in Canada?

18 years old and able to drive.

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Name all the provinces and territories and capital cities of Canada?

British Columbia-Victoria

Alberta-Edmonton

North West Territories- Yellowknife

Saskatchewan- Regina

Manitoba- Winnipeg

Ontario- Toronto

Quebec- Quebec

New Brunswick- Fredericton

Nunavut- Iqaluit

Yukon Territory- Whitehorse

Prince Edward Island- Charlottetown

Nova Scotia- Halifax

Newfoundland- St. John's

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What 2 provinces do not have a seacoast?

Saskachawan and Alberta. Also Yukon and new Brunswick is almost landlocked

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What are the prairie provinces of Canada?

The prairie provinces of Canada are Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. The southern parts of these provinces are covered in grassland.

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Which Canadian city has the most francophones?

Quebec is the Canadian province with the most francophones.

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What is a province?

Province describes a political or geographic area smaller than nation, but larger than district or city. A province is roughly equivalent to a state. For example:

"I live in the province of Cebu, Philippines."

Province also describes an area of responsibility or expertise, for example:

"Yes, I work in the bookstore, but Children's Literature is not my strong point; ask Linda, that's her province"

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What Canadian territory borders the northwest part Hudson Bay?

Nunavut Territory and the Province of Manitoba border the northwest part of Hudson Bay.

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What Canadian provinces does Montana border?

Alberta, British Columbia, and Saskatchewan

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Appalachian Mountains

What Canadian provinces do the Appalachian mountains extend into?

Newfoundland

Labrador

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What is the province farthest east in Canada?

The Province of Newfoundland and Labrador is the easternmost province in Canada.

Cape Spear, a few miles south of the capital city of St John's, claims to be the easternmost point in North America.

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What are the core beliefs of a libertarian?

Maximal personal libertyThe libertarian believes that the government that governs least, governs best. He believes in maximum personal liberty and minimum government coercion and intrusion in the everyday lives of citizens. The libertarian believes in small government, especially at the federal level, and not getting involved in foreign entanglements. He believes in personal autonomy, both social and economic.

I have also heard this useful description: A libertarian is more liberal than a Liberal on matters of personal liberty, and he is more conservative than a Conservative on matters of economic autonomy.

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What is Canada's richest province?

Quebec

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