What is the power voltage in Canada?

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Electricity in Canada is 120 Volts, alternating at 60 cycles per second. If you travel to Canada with a device that does not accept 120 Volts at 60 Hertz, you will need a voltage converter. Canada uses plug types A, and B, exactly the same as in the US. Outlets in Canada generally accept 1 type of plug, the flat blade plug.
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