Canada became a country on July 1, 1867. The British North America Act joined the provinces of Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick into the Dominion of Canada. With this act, the dominion remained a British co... More »

The only country that shares a border with Canada is the United States. From coast to coast, southern Canada is bordered by the northern are of the continental United States, and the northwest tip of Canada is bordered b... More »

The requirements and process to become a flight attendant in Canada can vary based on the airline, but most require completion of a flight attendant training course and a high school diploma or equivalent. Airlines may a... More »

Canada Day, celebrated every year on July 1, is a Canadian federal holiday that celebrates the enactment of the British North America Act of 1867. The act united three colonies into a single country within the British Em... More »

Canada is not a state but rather a country that borders the United States; it has 10 provinces and three territories that are like states. The country is a parliamentary democracy, a federation and a constitutional monar... More »

The country of Canada is divided into five functional regions: the Atlantic Provinces, Central Canada, the Prairie Provinces, the West Coast and the Northern Territories. The National Capital of Canada, located in Ottawa... More »

There are no "states" in Canada; rather, the country's administrative divisions are referred to as "provinces." Canada is politically divided into 10 provinces: British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario, Prince Edward... More »