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Where is Canada?

Where is Canada? Canada is a country in North America that stretches from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean and also to the Arctic Ocean in the north. With a total area of nearly 9.98 million square kilometers, Canada is the second largest country in the world by total area, and the fourth largest in land area. Canada is bordered by the U.S. State of Alaska from the northwest, and by the United States from the south. The border Canada shares with the United States is the largest land border in the world.

Canada also has the largest number of fresh water lakes in the world, along with fresh water glaciers in the Coast Mountains and Canadian Rockies. The country experiences continental climate, which means that the weather is cold in most parts of the country throughout the year. In the coastal regions, the average temperatures go from 5°F during summers to -40°F during winters. However, the non-coastal regions can experience up to six months of snow, while in some northern areas, snow covered plains are found throughout the year.

Where is Canada in terms of tourism? Canada has one of the largest tourism industries in the world, thanks to its distinct geography, status as a developed country, and diversity in cultural along with historic places. Of all the places to visit in Canada, the five largest cities (not in particular order) include Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Ottawa, and Calgary. To begin with, Canada has 17 landmarks designated as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO, including Northwest Territories, Nahanni National Park, and the Newfoundland and Labrador.

Calgary in Alberta is one of the most popular places to visit in Canada as it has a reputation of being a skiing destination and is home to the Canada Olympic Park. Vancouver, the harbor city, is known for its multiculturalism and is characterized by beautiful views and landscapes of ocean and mountains. The Ontario province is home to Toronto, the largest city in the country, and, the national capital. The CN Tower and Royal Ontario Museum are two prominent landmarks in Toronto, whereas the area is more famous for its Niagara Falls, Muskoka Lakes, and other natural points on interest.

Montreal is another major destination in Canada that is part of the francophone province Quebec. Overall, the global culture and heritage of Canada coupled with its natural beauty and development make it a top tourist destination in the world!