Updated, Feb 2023

Canada is well known country of North America. It is the second biggest country in the world. But because it extends in arctic, so most of the area is frozen, hence population density is very low. United states in the south and Alaska in the north-west. Rest of the borders are coastal, with Arctic, North Atlantic and Pacific Ocean. Which makes the longest coastline for any country.

Most of the Canadian cities are in the east, close to united states borders. Toronto, Montreal, Quebec City and the Capital city of Ottawa.  Vancouver is the only biggest city on the west coast. It is surrounded by beautiful snow capped mountains, which also hosted winter Olympics.

Canada has some of the biggest forests and national parks. French and English are the main languages here. Because of its winter and snow mountains, there are many ski resorts hosting visitors. Ice hockey is very popular sport in Canada.

Montreal is a vibrant city with a rich history and culture. Visit the Old Port, eat poutine, explore museums and art galleries, and take in the beautiful architecture and street art.

Ottawa, Canada’s capital, offers a mix of history and modernity. Check out the Parliament Buildings, Rideau Canal, and National Gallery of Canada. Enjoy the city’s parks, festivals, and diverse culinary scene.

Toronto is a bustling metropolis with something for everyone. See the CN Tower, visit the Art Gallery of Ontario, and explore diverse neighborhoods like Kensington Market and Queen West. Enjoy great food and entertainment.

Vancouver is a scenic city surrounded by mountains and water. Visit Stanley Park, Granville Island, and the Capilano Suspension Bridge. Enjoy outdoor activities, diverse cuisine, and cultural attractions like the Museum of Anthropology.