Calgary

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Calgary <<KAL guh ree>> is a metropolis in Canada. It’s the largest metropolis within the province of Alberta. Calgary has extra individuals than another metropolis in Canada besides Toronto and Montreal. Every July, the town celebrates a ten-day pageant referred to as the Calgary Exhibition …

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Charlottetown

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Charlottetown is the capital of Prince Edward Island, Canada. Prince Edward Island is among the Atlantic Provinces of Canada. Charlottetown is on the southern coast of the province. Mi’kmaq <<MIHK mak>> Indians lived within the space earlier than Europeans first arrived within the 1700’s. The British …

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Edmonton

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Edmonton is the capital of the province of Alberta in Canada. It’s Alberta’s second largest metropolis. Solely Calgary has extra individuals. Edmonton covers 264 sq. miles (684 sq. kilometers) in central Alberta.  The Blackfoot and Cree Indians lived within the Edmonton space lengthy …

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Fredericton

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Fredericton is the capital metropolis of New Brunswick, Canada. New Brunswick is likely one of the Atlantic Provinces of Canada.Fredericton is on the St. John River in southwestern New Brunswick.  The British based Fredericton in 1762. They named it after Prince Frederick, …

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Halifax

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Halifax is the capital of Nova Scotia, Canada. Nova Scotia is likely one of the Atlantic Provinces of Canada. Halifax has one of many world’s largest harbors, which serves as Canada’s foremost naval base and busiest east coast port. Halifax lies on the …

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Hamilton

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Hamilton, Ontario, is a serious metropolis in Canada. Crops within the Hamilton space produce a considerable amount of Canada’s metal.Hamilton’s location on Hamilton Harbour makes the town an necessary hyperlink within the St. Lawrence Seaway route. Huron Indians lived in what’s …

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Iqaluit

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Iqaluit <<ee KAH lavatory iht or ee KAL a weet>> is the capital and largest group of the Canadian territory of Nunavut<<NOO nuh voot>>. Iqaluit lies on the southern coast of Baffin Island. In the course of the winter, Iqaluit receives solely 4 to 6 …

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Mississauga

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Mississauga <<mihs uh SAW guh>> is among the largest cities in Ontario, Canada. Ontario is likely one of the provinces of Canada.Mississauga is in southern Ontario. The town was created in 1976 by combining a number of villages and cities west of Toronto.  Many …

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Montreal

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Montreal <<mahn tree AWL>> is the most important metropolis in Quebec, a province of Canada. It lies on an island on the place the place the St. Lawrence and Ottawa rivers meet in southern Quebec. Mount Royal, a tree-coated mountain, rises within the metropolis’s …

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Ottawa

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Ottawa <<AHT uh wuh>> is the capital metropolis of Canada. It lies within the province of Ontario alongside the south financial institution of the Ottawa River. Ottawa faces the town of Hull, Quebec, throughout the Ottawa River.  Engaging parks, massive authorities buildings, and delightful …

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