How diverse is the landscape of Canada

State of Canada

Canada is a state that consists of ten provinces and three territories. The provinces are the constituent states of the Canadian state. They have a high degree of independence from the Federal Government of Canada and draw their power and authority directly from the Crown under the Constitutional Act of 1867.

The territories include that part of the Canadian state that does not belong to any of the provinces and have fewer separate competencies than the provinces.

isec is an officially authorized representative of school districts from all ten provinces:

Alberta

Alberta is the westernmost of Canada's Prairie Provinces. The landscape is dominated by the prairie, which extends east to Manitoba.

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British Columbia

The westernmost Canadian province, British Columbia (also called BC for short) is picturesquely situated on the coast of the Pacific Ocean. Various mountain ranges run through most of the province.

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Manitoba

The easternmost of Canada's prairie provinces, Manitoba has a population of around 1.2 million, which is ethnologically very diverse: around 50 ethnic groups from all over the world live here.

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New Brunswick

With an area of ​​almost 73,000 square kilometers, New Brunswick is slightly smaller than Austria, but with a population of around 750,000 people, it does not even have ten percent of the population.

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Newfoundland & Labrador

Newfoundland & Labrador is Canada's easternmost province. Even if both areas represent one and the same political province, both regions are geographically very different.

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Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia, the country's second smallest province (approx. 55,284 km²) consists of two parts: a peninsula - as large as Switzerland - and the island of Cape Breton (10.311 km²), which is connected to the peninsula by a dam.

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Ontario

The province of Ontario is located in east-central Canada and borders in the north on the Hudson and James Bay and in the south on various lakes and rivers, such as the 5 great lakes: Lake Erie, Lake Huron, Lake Michigan, Lake Superior and Lake Ontario.

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Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island is Canada's smallest and greenest province. The 224 km long and between 6 km and 64 km wide Canadian island is charming, varied and surprises with its great coastlines.

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Quebec

Québec is the largest province in Canada and the one with the largest francophone population. With its language, its culture and its institutions, it represents a nation within Canada.

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Saskatchewan

Located in the middle of Canada's Prairie Provinces, Saskatchewan has an area of ​​approximately 652,000 km2 and a population of about one million. It is almost twice as big as Germany, but has only 1 / 80th of the population.

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