Halifax, New Scotland’s capital city is one of Canada’s provinces. Halifax Regional Municipality in 1996, combined with the surrounding smaller cities (Halifax Regional Municipality, or HRM for short) was officially established and named the city as of this date. The city has a population of 372.679 in 2006 and carries the title of being the largest city in this state, the Atlantic provinces.
Haligonians called the people living in Halifax.
Public institutions and private sector firms in the intensification of the residential area in Halifax, Canada HRM’yi East has become the economic center. Its postcode is in the capital city’s government and state institutions, the National Defense Department (the Department of National Defense) and the Halifax Port (Port of Halifax) as well as one of the driving forces that led to major employers and the city’s economy.
Coast of the city’s climate is largely influenced by the Atlantic Ocean. Generally softer than the air in the city in Central Canada, temperatures (Although there are important exceptions) inland ranges between -15 ° C to 35 ° C, denizelliğin winters and cool summers also has a softer etikisiyle shores.
Many universities in the city, also indicates that HRM’nin Eastern Canada’s university center. City, Dalhousie University (Dalhousie University), Saint Mary’s University (Saint Mary’s University), Mount Saint Vincent University (Mount Saint Vincent University), King’s College, University (University of King’s College), Atlantic Theology School (Atlantic School of Theology), NSCAD University (NSCAD University) and the University of Sainte-Anne (Université Sainte-Anne) are Halifax campus.
Kelowna, Okanagan Lake, was established in Canada, 165,000 in a population of over (105,000 in the center of town), Vancouver and Victoria, then in urban areas, the province of British Columbia’s largest urban area.
Kelowna is one of the fastest growing cities in North America, the world’s most desirable cities to settle is accepted as one. The city of Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver and Victoria then, has Canada’s most expensive real estate market.
In 2005, UBC (University of British Columbia) Okanagan campus has Kelowna’da.
Montreal (Pronunciation: Monreal), or the French in Montréal, the largest state of Quebec, Canada’s second largest city. The city of Paris, then the second largest French speaking city in the world. Although the center of the city’s population of 1.9 million, the Montreal Metropolitan Region (Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal) population, as of 2006 exceeds 3.7 million.
Located in the southwest province of Quebec in Montreal, Quebec 270 km southwest of the capital of the province, the federal capital, Ottawa is 190 km east of the remains.
Kent, Ottawa and Saint Lawrence Nehirleri’nin mixed with each other at the point, is located on the Island of Montreal. In this state, in Montreal, the Saint Lawrence Seaway connects the Atlantic Ocean on the Big Göller’i an important port city.
McGill University is recognized as one of the world’s most prestigious universities Montreal’dedir.
City, many international organizations such as the 1976 Summer Olympics and hosted the Expo 67.
Ottawa, Canada’s capital and largest city in the fourth. Founded the city of Ottawa Valley, the southeastern tip of Ontario and Quebec province, the border immediately. 400 kilometers east of Toronto, Montreal and 250 km to the west is located.
Turkish Ottava’dır. Not used widely, the nation’s capital in this way passes through Turkish official documents.
Of Ottawa in Canada’s two official languages at the same time (English and French), the single city. English and French languages are equal in law, and all official documents, public spaces (such as street and place names) must be used together. Ottawa, 32% of the population whose mother tongue is French.
City at the same time, an important waterway that separates the provinces of Quebec and Ontario, the Ottawa River has been established. U.S., Australia or Mexico, unlike Canada, a “federal capital area” exists, and its postcode in Ottawa is a municipality in the region. Ottawa city of 808,391 inhabitants, while the population of the Ottawa area 1,146,790 is.
Prince George, Northern British Columbia in Canada was established in the endless forests, and a rapidly growing city of 77,000 population. Known as the capital of the northern state of British Columbia.
Despite the difficult climatic conditions and relative isolation, or perhaps for this reason, Prince George has developed its own local culture and character.
Traditionally, timber production is of great importance for the city’s economy. Regional sense of the city as well as being an important commercial and transportation center is an administrative center, next to the traditional branches of industry led to the diversification of the economy.
Canada’s youngest university, the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC), Prince George is located.
Québec, (or Ville de Québec), Canada’s Quebec province, is the capital city according to the 2005 census, the population within the borders of 528.595 people. In the Metropolitan area of 717.600 (2005), people are living. Montreal is the capital of the province of Quebec’s second largest city of the same name. The historic old city center (Vieux-Quebec), excluding Mexico, North America is still the only city in the walls of the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1985 and is located at. Year of foundation 1608, the City is North America’s oldest cities.
City, Winter Carnival in the international arena and with the silhouette of the historic hotel Château Frontenac Hotel in the city is famous for özleşmiş.
Montmorency Falls and other sights in the City in Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré Basilica is located.