Charlottetown is the largest city ande provincial capital of Prince Edward Island, Canada. It covers 44.33 sq km (17.1 sq mi) and has a population of 35,000 people (2012 estimate). The city is best remembered in Canada as the venue for the Charlottetown Conference in 1864, which paved the way for the creation of modern […]
Quebec (QC) is the only province of Canada where French is the sole official language. Covering 1,542,056 sq km (595,391 sq mi), it is the second largest administrative division of Canada after Nunavut. Quebec has a population of 7.9 million people. Its capital is Quebec City while its largest city in Montreal.
Moncton is a city in Westmorland County, in New Brunswick, Canada. It covers 141.17 sq km (54.51 sq mi) and has a population of 69,000 people (2012 estimate). More on Moncton Moncton is the second largest city in New Brunswick after Saint John. The Greater Moncton area is also the fifth fastest growing among metropolitan […]
British Columbia (BC) is the westernmost province of Canada. Along with the US states of Oregon and Washington, it is part of the Pacific Northwest. The province is bordered by Yukon in the north, Northwest Territories to the northeast, Alberta to the east, Montana to the southeast, Idaho and Washington to the south and Alaska […]
Red Deer is the third largest city in Alberta, Canada, behind Calgary and Edmonton. Located between Edmonton to the north and Calgary to the south, Red Deer covers 104.29 sq km (40.27 sq mi) and has a population of 91,000 people (2012 estimate). More on Red Deer Until the arrival of European settlers, the Red […]