Canada

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Canada North America ke north hissa me ek des hae jiske south me United States of America hae.

Canada
FlagCoat of arms
JhandaCoat of arms
Des ke jaankari
Des ke motto:"A Mari Usque Ad Mare"
(From sea to sea)
National anthem:O Canada
Log ke baare me
Official bhasa:English aur French
Aur bhasa:Cantonese, Punjabi
abaaditotal= 32,207,113
Abaadi:
  - Total:{{{populationtotal}}}
Jagah
country map
Hian pe des ke dunia ke map me dekhawa jaawe hai.
Capital City:Ottawa, Ontario
Sab se barraa City:Toronto, Ontario
Area
  - Total:9,984,670 (ranked 2)
  - Water:860,679 km² (8.62%)
Politics / Government
Established:Independence from the United Kingdom
Leader:King: Charles III

Governor General Mary Simon
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

Economy / Money
Paisa ke naam:Canadian dollar ($)
International information
Time ke zone:-03.50 to
UTC -08:00
Telephone ke dialing code:1
Internet domain:.ca

Jagah

Canada, Russia ke baad, land area me dunia ke duusra sab se barraa des hae. Iske coastline dunia ke des me se sab se lamba hae aur iske Pacific Ocean, Arctic Ocean, aur Atlantic Ocean se mile hae.

33 million log Canada ke das province aur tiin territory me rahe hae.

Canada me 6 time zone hae. Paanch me se chaar Great Lake (Superior, Huron, Erie, and Ontario) Canada aur USA share kare hae. St. Lawrence Naddi, Great Lakes ke Atlantic Ocean se jorree hae, jisme samundar waala jahaaj bhi chlae sake hae.

Canada se jagha me kaafi antar hae. West me alpine areas hae, centre me grasslands hae, aur center me ancient shield rocks hae.

Chapa ke gallery

Canada ke Prime Minister

Provinces

The following table is listed in the order of precedence (i.e. when a province entered into Confederation).

Provinces of Canada
FlagArmsProvincesAbbreviation/
Postal ISO
CapitalLargestEntered ConfederationPopulation
(Apr 2010)[1]
Land
(km2)
Water
(km2)
Total Area
(km2)
Official Language(s)House of CommonsSenate
  OntarioOnt.
ON
TorontoTorontoJuly 1, 186713,167,894917,741158,6541,076,395English1
French2
10624
  QuebecQue., P.Q.
QC
Quebec CityMontrealJuly 1, 18677,886,1081,356,128185,9281,542,056French37524
  Nova ScotiaN.S.
NS
HalifaxHalifaxJuly 1, 1867940,48253,3381,94655,284English11110
 file:Nb-coat.jpgNew BrunswickN.B.
NB
FrederictonSaint JohnJuly 1, 1867751,27371,4501,45872,908English4
French4
1010
 file:G manitoba.gifManitobaMan.
MB
WinnipegWinnipegJuly 15, 18701,232,654553,55694,241647,797English5
French5
146
  British ColumbiaB.C.
BC
VictoriaVancouverJuly 20, 18714,510,858925,18619,549944,735English1366
 Prince Edward IslandP.E.I.
PE
CharlottetownCharlottetownJuly 1, 1873141,5515,66005,660English144
 file:SASKarms.jpgSaskatchewanSask.
SK
ReginaSaskatoonSeptember 1, 19051,041,729591,67059,366651,036English1146
 file:Alberta coat of arms.svgAlbertaAlta.
AB
EdmontonCalgarySeptember 1, 19053,724,832642,31719,531661,848English1286
 file:Newfoundland arms.jpgNewfoundland and LabradorNfld., Lab.
NL
St. John'sSt. John'sMarch 31, 1949510,901373,87231,340405,212English176

Notes:

1. de facto
2. French Language Services Act
3. Charter of the French Language
4. Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
5. Manitoba Act
Prior to Confederation, Ontario and Quebec formed the Province of Canada.
British Columbia, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island were separate colonies before joining Canada.
Manitoba was created simultaneously with the Northwest Territories.
Saskatchewan and Alberta were created out of land that had been part of the Northwest Territories.
Newfoundland was an independent Dominion within the British Commonwealth prior to joining Canada. Britain recognized Labrador as a possession of Newfoundland in 1927. The official name of the province changed from Newfoundland to Newfoundland and Labrador by constitutional amendment on 6 December 2001.
With the exception of Fredericton, the provincial capitals are all either the largest or second-largest cities in their respective provinces (Fredericton is the third largest city in New Brunswick after Moncton and Saint John).

Duusra websites

References

  1. "Canada's population estimates: Table 2 Quarterly demographic estimates". Statcan.gc.ca. 2010-06-28. Retrieved 2010-07-26.

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