As of 2014, the largest province in terms of size in Canada is Quebec, which has an area of 643,819 square miles. Canada has 10 provinces: Quebec, Ontario, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Newfoundland and Labrador, Alberta and British Columbia. The country has three territories, Nunavut, Northwest Territories and Yukon; Nunavut is the largest in size of all the provinces and territories.
Quebec is located in the eastern region of Canada. It borders the provinces of New Brunswick and Newfoundland and Labrador to its east and Ontario to its west. Quebec covers an area extending 1,242 miles from the border with the United States to the Arctic Ocean, with the Saint Lawrence River linking the province to the Atlantic Ocean. It is a French-speaking province, with the majority of the population speaking French. The capital is Quebec City.Learn More
David Suzuki is best known for his work with the David Suzuki Foundation, through which he educates people on environmental and climate changes in Canada and around the world. The David Suzuki Foundation was founded in 1990 and has achieved great success as a platform for promoting sustainable living, protecting and reconnecting with nature, protecting the climate, improving transportation and educating people about living healthier lives.Full Answer >
A famous landmark in Canada is Niagara Falls, located in Ontario. Niagara Falls is comprised of three waterfalls on the international border of Ontario and the U.S. state of New York.Full Answer >
Canada does not have an officially designated national flower. However, each of the 10 Canadian provinces has an official flower. These 10 provinces comprise the second-largest country in the world.Full Answer >
Christianity is the main religion in Canada. Nearly seven out of every 10 Christians in Canada are of Roman Catholic faith.Full Answer >