Where is Canada?Billio33 - 6 Answers
Canada is the northernmost coastal country in North America, bordering with the United States to the north-west (the U.S. federal state Alaska) as well as in the south (thus forming the largest undefended border in the world).
The country stretches from the Atlantic Ocean in the east to the Pacific Ocean in the west. Canada touches the Arctic Ocean in the north, where Canada also extends its claims all the way to the North Pole. Canadian territorial waters in the northeast border with territorial waters of Greenland, which belongs to Denmark. Just off the coast of Newfoundland, there are also the island of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, which are both the integral part of France.
Canada is administratively divided into 10 provinces and 3 territories. Province have a pretty strong power and a relatively high autonomy, while the territory subordinate to the federal government. Provinces and territories have their own legislative bodies.
Canadian provinces are:
British Columbia (British Columbia)
New Brunswick (New Brunswick (preliminary) - Nouveau Brunswick (French)
Newfoundland and Labrador (Newfoundland and Labrador)
New Scotland (Nova Scotia)
Prince Edward Island (Prince Edward Island)
Canadian territories are:
Northwest Territories (Northwest Territories)
Nunavut, 1 April 1999 excluded from the Northwest territory
At the federal levels, the official languages ??are English and French. French is the official language of the province of Québec, while the province of New Brunswick and the capital of Ottawa are bilingual .
Canada is in North America. It is North of the United States of America, West of Greenland, and it is East of Russia....
In the North American continent. Has two neighbors, The United States, and the Republic of Mexico....
Canada is right above the United States, which is in North America....
Canada is north of the US...
North of the US...