Canada is the second largest country in the world and the largest country in North America; its inhabitants account for about 6.32 percent of North America's population. Canada is sparsely populated, with about 9.27 persons per square mile. Most of Canada's residents descend from British, French, Irish, and other European immigrants, although Canada's indigenous peoples, known as First Nations, number about one million.
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- Canada World Bank Data
World Bank statistical data and graphs about economic and social development patterns in Canada. Data includes topics such as GNI per capita, school enrollment, and life expectancy.
- Canada Locator Map
Canada borders the United States to the north, and has been largely influenced by the British and the French. Find information about Canada and Canadian destinations with this Canada locator map.
- Map Of Canada
Canada is located on the continent of North America. It is bounded by the United States to the south and the Arctic Ocean to the north. Canada is home to ten Provinces and three Territories.
- Canada Maps
Canada borders the United States on the northern side and spans a large portion of North America. Despite the vastness of its size, most Canadian citizens live within 200 miles of the Canadian/US border.
- Canada Flag (Digital Video)
On a black background, the flag of Canada flutters gently in the breeze.
Paper Manufacturing Mill (Photograph)
A paper manufacturing mill is photographed in Quebec, Canada. The industrial looking compound comprises square buildings in green, tan, and rust. Most of the smokestacks are quiet on the day the paper manufacturing mill was photographed.
- Northwest Territories
The Northwest Territories are a sparsely populated region in the northern part of Canada. Learn more about the Northwest Territories and find government and tourism links.
- Canadian Flag
This site features illustrations and photographs as well as reference information about the national flag of Canada.
Lilium Canadense (Photograph)
Lilium canadense is most commonly known as the Canada lily or wild yellow lily. Wild yellow lilies are common to the eastern United States and often pop up in unexpected places.
- The Subarctic Region
The subarctic regions comprise lands that lie just south of the Arctic Circle, including areas of Canada and Siberia. Learn about the topography and climate of the subarctic region.
Nighttime in Alberta (Photograph)
A snowy, nighttime scene of a long, winding road in Alberta, Canada, is punctuated by the colorful aurora borealis. White, yellow, and light pink lights are featured in the indigo blue sky.
- Map Of North America
The North American continent includes Canada, the United States of America, Mexico, Greenland, the Caribbean islands, and the countries of Central America. Visit this site to view the North America map.
- North America Map
The continent of North America is located in the northern hemisphere and includes Canada, the United States, Mexico, the nations of Central America, Greenland, and the Caribbean Islands.
- Native American Woman (Digital Image)
A young, Native American woman with long black hair and a pink scarf smiles into the camera, with the blue ocean behind her. Visitors to North America can choose to visit various countries, depending upon the type of experience they are looking for.
Canada Directory Page(s)
- Canada Page on AbiFind.com
Visit this canada category page on abifind.com to find editorially-reviewed resources about this topic.
- Canada Page on Greenstalk.com
Visit this canada category page on greenstalk.com to find editorially-reviewed resources about this topic.
- Canada Page on LinkDir4u.com
Visit this canada category page on linkdir4u.com to find editorially-reviewed resources about this topic.
- Firefly Atlas of North America. Buffalo, NY. Firefly Books. 2006.
- Hutchings, Jane. Canada. Maspeth, NY. Langenscheidt. 1999.
- Purdom, Laura, and Donald Carroll. Eastern Canada. Guilford, CT. Globe Pequot Press. 1999.
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