Photo credit: Sergeibach, Jose Enrique Veloccia, Vladimir Kindrachov, Johanna Goodyear

Map of Canada

AB | BC | MB | NB | NL | NT | NS | NU | ON | PE | QC | SK | YT

 

Regions
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Based on a five-region model

West Coast
Prairies
Central Canada
Atlantic Canada
Northern Canada

Primary Geographical Regions

Arctic Archipelago
Innuitian Region
Canadian Cordillera
Interior Plains
Canadian Shield
Hudson Bay Lowland
Quebec City - Windsor Corridor
St Lawrence Lowlands
Ottawa Valley
Appalachian Mountains

Time zone map of Canada

Time zones of Canada

photo: National Research Council of Canada

Nunavut has three time zones, British Columbia has two time zones, Ontario has two time zones, Quebec has two time zones and the Labrador portion of Newfoundland and Labrador has two time zones.

Provinces
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Alberta
British Columbia
Manitoba
New Brunswick
Newfoundland & Labrador
Northwest Territories
Nova Scotia
Nunavut
Ontario
Prince Edward Island
Québec
Saskatchewan
Yukon

Building the CPR-Canadian Pacific Railroad

 

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The Trans Canada Trail, officially renamed "The Great Trail" in September 2016, is a cross-Canada system of greenways, waterways, and roadways that stretches from the Atlantic to the Pacific to the Arctic oceans. The trail extends over 24,000 kilometres (15,000 miles); it is now the longest recreational, multi-use trail network in the world. The idea for the trail began in 1992, shortly after the Canada 125 celebrations. Since then it has been supported by donations from individuals, corporations, foundations, and all levels of government. For more information on the Trail,, here's a good read from backpacking.com