Canada is known for the production of maple syrup, for having more lakes than any other country, as a popular filming location, and for cold weather sports. Famous inventions by Canadians include insulin treatments for d... More »

A famous landmark in Canada is Niagara Falls, located in Ontario. Niagara Falls is comprised of three waterfalls on the international border of Ontario and the U.S. state of New York. More »

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Famous people from Canada include Ryan Gosling, Jim Carrey, Avril Lavigne, Ryan Reynolds and Justin Bieber. More Canadians with fame are Alex Trebek, Michael J. Fox, Michael Buble, Ted Cruz and Carly Rae Jepsen. More »

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Virtual North and Ontario's Sunset Country offer a free 84-page travel guide and poster-sized fishing map of the lakes in the area. Visitors can request the information by mail on their website form or by phone. More »

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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 »