Sep 20, 2023 · Toronto, city, capital of the province of Ontario in southeastern Canada, on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario. It is the most populous metropolitan area in Canada and the most important city in Canada’s most prosperous province.
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- British Columbia. British Columbia is the country's most western province. Bordered by the Pacific Ocean, B.C., as it is more commonly known, has some of the most temperate locations in the country.
- Alberta. Alberta is one of Canada's three prairie provinces. It shares the Canadian Rocky Mountain range with its western B.C. neighbor and is famous as a ski and hiking destination.
- Saskatchewan. Saskatchewan is the central prairie province, landlocked between the other two, Alberta and Manitoba. Most of Saskatchewan's population lives in the southern half of the region, especially in Saskatoon and Regina.
- Manitoba. Manitoba is the most easterly prairie province and longitudinal center of Canada. Like Saskatchewan, a majority of the population lives in the southern region.
Province name Abbreviation Capital city Largest city (if not the capital) Alberta: AB Edmonton: Calgary: British Columbia: BC Victoria: Vancouver: Manitoba: MB Winnipeg: New Brunswick: NB Fredericton: Moncton: Newfoundland and Labrador: NL St. John's: Nova Scotia: NS Halifax: Ontario: ON Toronto: Prince Edward Island: PEI Charlottetown: Quebec ...
Sep 12, 2023 · Toronto Population: (2021) 14,223,942 Date Of Admission: 1867 Provincial Motto: "Ut incepit fidelis sic permanet (Loyal it began, loyal it remains)"
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