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'''Canada''' has ten provinces and three territories. English is the majority language in most provinces of Canada. French is the majority language of Quebec, and is widely spoken in New Brunswick and some areas of Ontario, Nova Scotia, and Manitoba. Inuktitut is the majority language in Nunavut and has official status there. So for the conveniance of the common hitchhiker these provinces and territories are discussed in detail along with their capitals at the following pages.
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'''Canada''' has ten provinces and three territories. English and French are the two official languages of the country, English being spoken by 2/3 of the population is the majority language in most provinces while French is the main official language in the province of Quebec but widely spoken in New Brunswick and some areas of Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, and Manitoba. Inuktitut is the main language in Nunavut and has official status there but English is widely spoken. So for the convenience of the common hitchhiker these provinces and territories are discussed in detail along with their capitals in the following pages.
  
  

Revision as of 02:52, 1 July 2007

Canada has ten provinces and three territories. English and French are the two official languages of the country, English being spoken by 2/3 of the population is the majority language in most provinces while French is the main official language in the province of Quebec but widely spoken in New Brunswick and some areas of Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, and Manitoba. Inuktitut is the main language in Nunavut and has official status there but English is widely spoken. So for the convenience of the common hitchhiker these provinces and territories are discussed in detail along with their capitals in the following pages.


Newfoundland and LabradorSt. John's
Nova ScotiaHalifax
New BrunswickFredericton
QuebecQuebec City,Montreal
OntarioToronto,Ottawa
ManitobaWinnipeg
SaskatchewanReginaSaskatoon
AlbertaEdmontonCalgary
British ColumbiaVictoriaVancouver
YukonWhitehorse
Northwest TerritoriesYellowknife
NunavutIqaluit