Quebec

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Quebec <<kwih BEHK>> is the capital of the province of Quebec in Canada. It’s the oldest metropolis in Canada. Quebec lies the place the Saint Charles River flows into the Saint Lawrence River. It turned the capital of the province in 1867.  Quebec is a …

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Regina

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Regina <<rih JY nuh>> is the capital of Saskatchewan <<sas KACH uh wahn>>, Canada. Saskatchewan is among the Prairie Provinces of Canada. Regina is in southern Saskatchewan. Regina lies within the middle of Canada’s greatest wheat-rising area. Cement, farm machines, and metal are some merchandise made in …

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St. John’s

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St. John’s is the capital and largest metropolis of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. Newfoundland and Labrador is likely one of the Atlantic Provinces of Canada. St. John’s is on the southeast coast of the province. The town has a busy port the place …

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Toronto

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Toronto <<tuh RAHN toh>> is the capital of Ontario and the most important metropolis in Canada. It lies on the shore of Lake Ontario, one of many Nice Lakes.  Toronto is Canada’s essential middle of business, enterprise, and communications. Toronto has many necessary libraries …

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Vancouver

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Vancouver <<van KOO vuhr>> is the most important metropolis in British Columbia and Canada’s busiest port. It lies in southwestern British Columbia, about 25 miles (forty kilometers) north of the border between Canada and america.  The town is a middle of enterprise, tradition, …

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Victoria

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Victoria is the capital of the Canadian province of British Columbia. It lies alongside Victoria Harbour, on the southeastern tip of Vancouver Island. Victoria’s surroundings and delicate local weather make it common with guests.  Points of interest in and close to Victoria …

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Whitehorse

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Whitehorse is the capital and chief distribution and communication middle of the Canadian territory of Yukon. Whitehorse lies on the west financial institution of the Yukon River. It’s situated on the Alaska Freeway.  Most of Whitehorse’s staff maintain jobs in authorities, tourism, …

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Winnipeg

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Winnipeg <<WIHN uh pehg>> is the capital of Manitoba, a Canadian province. The town lies about 60 miles (ninety seven kilometers) north of the Canada-United States border between the Purple and Assiniboine <<uh SIHN uh boyn>> rivers.  The town lies in a wealthy farming area the …

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Yellowknife

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Yellowknife is the capital and largest metropolis of the Northwest Territories in Canada. The town is on Yellowknife Bay, part of land that tasks out of the north shore of Nice Slave Lake. Yellowknife is a gold mining middle. Many individuals go to …

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