Montreal is located in the southern part of the Canadian province of Quebec. Much of the city is located on the Island of Montreal, which is at the meeting point of the St. Lawrence and Ottawa Rivers. More »

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The capital of the Canadian province of Quebec is Quebec City. It is the second-most populous city in the province after Montreal. The city was founded in 1608 at the confluence of the Saint Lawrence and Saint Charles ri... More »

The two most prominent cities in the Canadian province of Alberta are Calgary and Edmonton. Other notable cities in Alberta are Red Deer, Lethbridge, St. Albert, Medicine Hat and Grande Prairie. More »

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As of 2013, Ontario is the largest Canadian province in terms of population. The population of Ontario is estimated at 13,537,994 people. Five other Canadian provinces have a population of over 1 million people, with Que... More »

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Saskatoon is a center of commerce and education on the prairies in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It has more sunlight per year than any other Canadian city. Saskatoon became a city in 1906, though the first sett... More »

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The Quebec Act of 1774 was British Parliamentary legislation that enabled the continuance of the French Civil Code, granted Roman Catholics citizenship, allowed the Catholic Church free practice and collection of tithes,... More »

The largest province in terms of size in Canada is Quebec, which has an area of 643,819 square miles. Canada has 10 provinces: Quebec, Ontario, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Ne... More »