Toronto, Canada


To know Canada well, you should first familiarise yourself with its location, topography, people and their culture. As the motto rightly defines its landscape, "From Sea to Sea", Canada has the longest coastline that measures 243,791 km. It has the total area of 9.9 million square​. km, which makes it the second largest country in the world after Russia. Canada is located in the northern portion of the continent of North America, extending from northward to the islands of the Arctic Ocean.

Canada is comprised of 10 provinces and 3 territories with Ottawa as its capital.


Alberta, Canada
Alberta - Capital City: Edmonton
British Columbia, Canada
British Columbia - Capital: Victoria
Winnipeg Manitoba, Canada
Manitoba - Capital: Winnipeg
Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada
New Brunswick - Capital: Fredericton
St Johns, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
Newfoundland and Labrador - Capital: St. John’s
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Nova Scotia - Capital: Halifax
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Ontario - Capital: Toronto
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada
Prince Edward Island - Capital: Charlottetown
Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
Quebec - Capital: Quebec City
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Saskatchewan - Capital: Regina


Northwest Territories - Capital: Yellowknife
Northwest Territories - Capital: Yellowknife
Nunavut - Capital: Iqaluit
Nunavut - Capital: Iqaluit
Yukon - Capital: Whitehorse
Yukon - Capital: Whitehorse

As you walk through the Canadian landscape, you will see lake after lakes. In fact, you will be surprised to know that it has the largest number of lakes than every other country in the world taken together.

The country’s name is derived from a Huron-Iroquois word “Kanata”, which means village or settlement. Canada is the first country in the world to welcome multiculturalism and embracing cultural diversity. That is why, immigration plays an important part in the growth of Canada.

Canada is just isn't about people, cultures, and languages. It’s also about the spectacular natural beauty across the country. From cathedrals, coves to cliffs, some of the favourite vistas that you must visit are - Abraham Lake, Western Brooke Pond, Bay of Fundy, Jasper National Park, Banff National Park, Niagra Falls and many more.

Canada’s population is around 36.29 million which is a unique amalgamation of cultural ethnicity. It's progressive approach is driven by its welcoming attitude to refugees and its broadminded policies for it's people.
Today, Canada is the most multi-cultural country in the world, and is a land of immigrants of every ethnic and religious group from across the globe. But less than 500 years ago, the inhabitants of Canada were the Aboriginal people.

Canada is the world’s most literate country, according to a study conducted by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development. Most of the Canadian people hold a college or University degree. If you have any inclination to pursue your studies in Canada then this country offers an incredible array of high quality colleges and universities to study.

Canada has two official languages - English and French. The majority of Canadians speak English as first language, but French is the main language in Quebec province. Most of the Canadian families have roots in England and France, as French and British colonised the country.

Canadian culture has been largely influenced by the British and French and to some extent it's own indigenous culture. Over the years, Canada has been influenced by many other cultures also because of shared language, proximity and imigrants.

Canada is a sport loving nation. Lacrosse is the national summer sport played by Aboriginal peoples for years. Hockey was invented in the 1800's is the national winter sport and basketball and Soccer is the most popular sport among Canadians.

Algonquin College
Assiniboine Community College
Bow Valley College
Cambrian College of Applied Arts & Technology
Camosun College
Canadore College
Centennial College of Applied Arts & Technology
College of New Caledonia
College of the Rockies
Conestoga College
Confederation College of Applied Arts & Technology
Columbia College
Douglas College
Durham College
Fanshawe College of Applied Arts & Technology
Fleming College
George Brown College
Georgian College of Arts & Technology
Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning
Kwantlen Polytechnic University
Lakeland College
Lambton College of Applied Arts & Technology
Langara College
LaSalle College
Loyalist College of Applied Arts & Technology
Manitoba Institute of Trades & Technology
Medicine Hat College
Mohawk College of Applied Arts & Technology
Niagara College
North Island College
Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
Northern College
Northern Lights
NorQuest College
Okanagan College
Parkland College
Red River College of Applied Arts, Science & Technology
Saskatchewan Polytechnic
Sault College
Selkirk College
Seneca College of Applied Arts & Technology
Sheridan College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning
St. Clair College of Applied Arts & Technology
St. Lawrence College
University of the Fraser Valley
Vancouver Community College
Vancouver Island University

Population: 36, 664, 549 (2017)

Capital: Ottawa

Largest City : Toronto

Currency: Canadian Dollar (CAD)

Key Sports: Lacrosse, Ice Hockey, Basketball, Soccer

Languages: English and French

National Animal : Beaver