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Canada Information

Location: Canada is bounded to the west by the Pacific Ocean and Alaska, to the east by the Atlantic Ocean, to the northeast by Greenland, and to the south by the USA
Capital: Ottawa
Area: 9,958,319 sq km
Population: 31,902,270 (2002)
Languge: English and French
Climate: British Columbia has the most moderate climate of any region in Canada with relatively dry summers and mild, wet winters. The Prairies have a typical continental climate: winters are cold, summers are hot and rainfall is relatively sparse. Northern Manitoba on the shore of the Hudson Bay, has an extreme northern climate. Ontario has a continental climate but experiences smaller variations in temperature and higher precipitation. Québec has a temperate climate, with four strongly contrasting seasons, including a short, mild spring, hot and frequently humid summers, chilly autumns and cold, long and snowy winters. The Atlantic Region has a changeable martime climate.
Highest Point: Mount Logan 5,959 m
Currency: Canadian Dollar
Electricity: 110 volts AC, 60Hz with American-style (flat) two-pin plugs
Drive: On the Right

Canada is the second largest country in the world and is made up of ten provinces and three territories. Canada is a vast nation with a wide variety of geological formations, climates, and ecological systems. It has rain forest, prairie grassland, deciduous forest, tundra, and wetlands. Canada has more lakes and inland waters than any other country. It is renowned for its scenery, which attracts millions of tourists each year.

The main airports in Canada are

  • Alberta - Calgary International Airport
  • British Columbia - Vancouver International Airport
  • Nova Scotia - Halifax International Airport
  • Ontario - Lester B. Pearson International Airport
  • Quebec - Montréal-Trudeau Airport

Regions

Visiting Canada all in one trip is an ambitious endeavour. When speaking of specific destinations within Canada, it is better to consider its distinct regions.

Atlantic Provinces - maritime culture, small fishing villages, rich folk traditions
Quebec - French-speaking province, stylish and romantic Montreal, festival culture, lush farmland, quaint villages
Ontario - multicultural and vibrant Toronto, the Niagara wine region, the immense Boreal and Taiga forests, Ottawa, the capital.
Prairies - vast open and flat spaces, rocky mountains, forests, sleepy farm towns, Calgary stampede, and the West Edmonton Mall, Winnipeg Folk Music Festival
British Columbia - cosmopolitan Vancouver city, the rocky mountains, ancient temperate rainforest, pristine wilderness, skiing and hiking opportunities abound
The North – sub-arctic and arctic wilderness, mountains, glaciers and lakes

Geo-politically, Canada is divided into 10 provinces (British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador) and 3 territories (Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut).

Campgrounds

There are a huge number of campgrounds in Canada. These range from privately owned R.V. parks to the publicly operated campgrounds in national and provincial parks, and are almost always well-kept and generally very beautiful.

Driving in Canada

Traffic rules to be aware of in Canada:

  • In many areas of Canada it is legal to turn right on a red light, so be careful.
  • Many intersections are four (or three) way stops: they have no traffic lights, you have to bring your car to a complete stop and let everyone that stopped before you go first. If two cars arrive at the intersection at the same time, the car to the right has precedence.
  • It is illegal to park in front of a fire hydrant.
  • In many cities across Canada, laws against jaywalking are often more strictly enforced by police and bylaw officers.
  • Beware, in British Columbia, a (slow) flashing green light means the traffic light is green (you can go), but it is controlled by the pedestrian. The light will remain flashing green, until a pedestrian pushes the button to cross the street. When you see a flashing green light, traffic coming towards you will also see a flashing green light. In Ontario, a (fast) flashing green light indicates advanced turn, signalling the driver can make a left hand turn across oncoming traffic because oncoming traffic has a red light.