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 »

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 »

Canada's largest imports include machinery, motor vehicles, crude oil, electricity and consumer goods. According to the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Canada imported goods and commodities worth $471 billion in 2013,... More »

Canada shares the North American Numbering Plan, a system of geographically assigned area codes, with the United States and Caribbean countries. Because of this, the 011 exit code is not required for calls to all countri... More » Geography Canada

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 following 13 U.S. states share a border with Canada: Alaska, Idaho, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, New York, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Vermont and Washington. Most of them have land borde... More »

The Arctic, Atlantic and Pacific oceans border Canada. The Arctic Ocean is north of the country, the Atlantic Ocean is east of the country, and the Pacific Ocean is to the west of the country. More »