Ottawa

The Canadian capital, Ottawa, is located in the province of Ontario on the eastern border, just across the Ottawa River from Gatineau.[1]It covers an area of ​​about 2,778.13 km².[2]Ottawa is the fourth largest city in the country.[1]Its population, according to 2018 statistics, was about 812,129.[3]And the city of Ottawa is a cosmopolitan city with many museums, galleries, arts and festivals, and it is a multicultural city where 25% of the population is from other countries, and English and French are the main languages ​​used in it.[1]

Toronto

It is located in southeastern Canada on the northern shore of Lake Ontario that forms part of the border between Canada and the United States, and is the capital of the province of Ontario,[4]It covers an area of ​​about 630.21 km².[5]It is the most prosperous Canadian city and the most densely populated urban area.[4]Its population, according to 2018 statistics, was about 2,600,000 people.[3].

Montreal

It is located in southeastern Canada in the province of Quebec, with an area of ​​about 365 square kilometers, and occupies about three-quarters of the island of Montreal.[6]Its population, according to 2018 statistics, was about 1,600,000 people.[3].

Vancouver

Located in southwestern Canada in the province of British Columbia, between the Strait of Georgia in the north and the Fraser River delta in the south, Vancouver is the main urban center in western Canada, and one of the most densely populated Canadian cities.[7]Its population, according to 2018 statistics, is about 600,000.[3]

Other Canadian Cities

Canada includes more than 250 cities, including the following:[3]

  • Edmonton: famous for its diamond mining, with a population of about 712,391.
  • Mississauga: It is the headquarters of companies in Canada, with a population of about 668,549 people of various nationalities.
  • Winnipeg: Famous for its festivals and sporting events, it has a population of about 63,063.

the reviewer

  1. ^ a b c Susan Munroe (30-7-2017), “Ottawa, the Capital City of Canada”, www.thoughtco.com, Retrieved 27-6-2018. Edited.
  2. ↑ “Where is Ottawa”, www.mapsofworld.com, Retrieved 27-6-2018. Edited.
  3. ^ a b c c “Population of Cities in Canada (2018)”, worldpopulationreview.com, Retrieved 27-6-2018. Edited.
  4. ^ AB Thomas Howarth (4-5-2018), “Toronto”, www.britannica.com, Retrieved 27-6-2018. Edited.
  5. ↑ John Misachi (9-26-2017), “The Largest Canadian Cities By Land Area”, www.worldatlas.com, Retrieved 27-6-2018. Edited.
  6. ↑ Brett McGillivray Cyrille Felteau Willie J. Chevalier, “Montreal”, www.britannica.com, Retrieved 27-6-2018. Edited.
  7. ↑ Chuck Davis, “Vancouver”, www.britannica.com, Retrieved 27-6-2018. Edited.

Canadian cities

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