Provinces and Territories of Canada
Provinces and Territories of Canada
Located in the top half of North America, Canada is the second-largest country in the world. The country's 243,000 km of coastline is bordered by three oceans: the Pacific, the Atlantic and the Arctic. Despite covering almost 10 million square kilometres, Canada has one of the world's lowest population densities with a population of just over 38 million people.
Canada includes ten provinces and three territories, each with its own government.
Commencing on the eastern slopes of Western Canada's Rocky Mountains, Alberta is known for its spectacular natural beauty, healthy environment, cultural diversity, strong economy and safe communities.
People around the world love Canada's westernmost province for its spectacular scenery, outdoor adventures and vibrant urban life. Boasting a booming economy, whether immigrating or just visiting, you will find many opportunities for work and life in beautiful British Columbia.
Located between Ontario and Saskatchewan, Manitoba boasts one of Canada's most diverse economies. Not surprisingly, a growing number of people from around the world who seek a more relaxed way of life are moving to Manitoba’s welcoming towns and cities.
New Brunswick borders Quebec and Nova Scotia as well as the United States. Known for its offering of great jobs, low costs of living and excellent health and educational services, this province welcomes immigrants and values the skills and experiences they bring.
Newfoundland & Labrador
Newfoundland & Labrador is Canada's most eastern province. Owing to its modern conveniences, warm culture, and one of the lowest crime rates in North America, the province is considered one of the best places in the world to live, study, and work.
Boasting strong natural resource industries, excellent government services, landscapes of untouched natural beauty and abundant job and business opportunities, the Northwest Territories have a small population of 43,000 people who live in 33 communities.
Located on the east coast of Canada, Nova Scotia offers a high quality of life. Whether exploring career opportunities or in search of a good education, this province offers a safe, secure and welcoming environment with prospects for a great future.
With a population of just over 33,300 people, Nunavut is Canada's newest, largest, and northernmost territory. Its many natural resources are creating new opportunities for employment in the mining, technology and economic development industries.
Home to Ottawa, Canada’s capital city, Ontario is located in eastern Canada and borders Manitoba, Québec, and the northern United States. With its population of 12 million people, Ontario offers a strong economy, a high quality of life and a multicultural environment. It is also North America's largest IT region outside of Silicon Valley.
Prince Edward Island
Located off the eastern coast, Prince Edward Island is Canada's smallest province. This peaceful and friendly province offers a small-town feel with a vibrant economy, growing business community, low crime rates, lower costs of living and an excellent school system.
Featuring a remarkable blend of modern North American urbanism and classic European charm, Quebec is a French-speaking province in north-eastern Canada and the largest of the 10 Canadian provinces. The province boasts a strong and innovative economy based on skilled workers, high technology industries and abundant natural resources. Quebec welcomes between 30,000 and 50,000 immigrants each year.
Boasting beautiful, wide-open prairie land and a welcoming population, Saskatchewan offers a diverse and growing economy, rich natural resources, lower costs of living and great quality of life. All this and more make it an excellent choice to live, work and raise a family.
The Yukon Territory is in the northwest corner of Canada and borders British Columbia, the Northwest Territories and Alaska. Its entrepreneurial economy is filled with independent business owners and larger industries, and enjoys one of the lowest unemployment rates in Canada.