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Transcript of Canada
The coastline of Quebec is 8,559 miles.
The motto of Quebec is "I Remember".
Quebec's flower is White Garden.
Total area rank of Quebec is 2nd.
The population of Quebec is 8,039,726 in 2012.
In the northern part of Quebec, it is cold but in the southern part of Quebec, the climate is humid continental.
Nearly eight million people live in Quebec, the vast majority along or near the St. Lawrence River. More than three-quarters speak French as their first language. Manitoba Manitoba The northern part of Manitoba has a subartic climate.
Manitoba's tree is White Spruce.
Manitoba's population [right now] is about 1,232,654.
The capital of Manitoba is Winnipeg.
Manitoba's motto is GLORIOSUS ET LIBER [Glorious and free].
Manitoba's date of entry into confederation is July 15, 1870. Alberta Alberta British Columbia British Columbia P.E.I. P.E.I. Newfoundland and Labrador Newfoundland and Labrador Nova Scotia Nova Scotia New Brunswick New brunswisck Saskatchewan Saskatchewan Northwest Territories Northwest Territories Yukon Yukon Nunavut Nunavut Ontario The capital of Alberta is Edmonton.
The population of Alberta is 3,645,257.
Alberta's date of entry into confederation was September 1, 1905.
Alberta's motto, FORTIS ET LIBER, means "strong and free".
A famous lake, Laka Louise, is in Alberta.
The scenic Rocky Mountains, are also in Alberta.
Alberta has huge reserves of crude oil.
The world's biggest dinosour museum, Drumheller, is located in Alberta. The Capital: Toronto
Population in 2006: 12,687,000
Motto: UT INCEPIT FIDELIS
SIC PERMANET(Loyal she began, and loyal she remains)
Region: Central Canada
Ottawa, the capital of Canada is in Ontario.
At more than 12 million, the people of Ontario make up one-third of Canadians.
There are five Great Lakes located between Ontario and the United States: Lake Ontario, Lake Erie, Lake Huron, Lake Michigan (in the USA) and Lake Superior, the largest freshwater lake in the world.
Toronto is the largest city in Canada and the country’s main financial centre.
Ontario has three main climatic regions. Parts of Southwestern Ontario have a moderate humid continental climate, central and eastern Ontario have a more severe humid continental climate, the northernmost parts of Ontario have a subarctic climate. Lake Louise British Columbia's population is 4,400,057.
The capital of British Columbia is Victoria.
SPLENDOR SINE OCCASU
[Splendour without Dimishment] is British Columbia's motto
The Spirit Bear symbolises British Columbia. Population: 140,204
Motto: PARVA SUB INGENTI [The small under the protection of the great]
It is the birth place of confederation.
P.E.I. is in the Eastern part of Canada.
It falls in the atlantic region.
P.E.I. is known for it's beaches, red soil, agriculture, and especially potatoes.
Anne of Green Gables was set in P.E.I. The population of Newfoundland and Labrador is 514,536.
The capital is St. Johns.
It's motto is QUAERITE PRIME REGNUM DEI [seek ye first the kingdom of god].
It's Coat Of Arms was granted by King Charles I in 1637. Part of Canada: Eastern
Region: Atlantic Region
Motto: MUNIT HAEC ET ALTERA VINCIT [One defends and the other conquers]
The province’s identity is linked to shipbuilding, fisheries and shipping.
Nova Scotia is the most populous Atlantic Province.
Nova Scotia has a long history of coal mining, forestry, and agriculture. Capital: Fredricton
Region: Atlantic region
Motto: SPEM REDUXIT [Hope Restored]
Forestry, agriculture, fisheries, mining, food processing and tourism are the principal [main] industries.
New Brunswick is the only officially bilingual province. Population: 1,033,381
Region: Prairie Provinces
Motto: MULTISE E GENTIBUS VIRES [From many peoples strength]
It boasts the world’s richest deposits of uranium and potash, used in fertilizer, and produces oil and natural gas.
Saskatchewan has 40% of the arable land in Canada and is the country’s largest producer of grains and oilseeds. Regina, the capital, is home to the training academy of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Capital: Yellowknife
More than half the population is Aboriginal (Dene, Inuit and Métis).
The Mackenzie River, at 4,200 kilometres, is the second-longest river system in North America. Capital: Whitehorse
Mount Logan, located in the Yukon, is the highest mountain in Canada.
Yukon holds the record for the coldest temperature ever recorded in Canada (-63°C). Mt. Logan Capaital: Iqaluit
Motto: NUNAVUT SANGINIVUT [Nunavut our Strength
Nunavut means "our land" in Inuktitut.
The population is about 85% Inuit, and Inuktitut is an official language and the first language in schools.
Nunavut's date of Confederation was in 1999 , making it the latest part to join Canada.
Nunavut has a cold climate.
In the summer, sometimes, Nunavut has 24 h. of daylight.
Nunavut is the northmost part of Canada. Steller's Jay Black capped Chikadee Great Grey Owl Snowy Owl Common Loon Nova Scotia's Agriculture Western red lily Gryfalcon Purple Saxifrage