- United Nations : An international organization that was founded in 1945 with the mission of preventing international war, protecting human rights, supporting social progress and justice, and helping with economic progress.
- North America : The third largest continent; area 24,709,000 km² ; pop. 523,736,000 (est. July 2007)
- British Columbia : The westernmost province of Canada, located on the Pacific coast; pop. 3,933,000 (1996) makes it the third most populous of Canada's provinces.
- Alberta : One of the western prairie provinces of Canada, rich in oil and with a population of about 3.5 million (2007 estimate).
- Saskatchewan : An Prairie province in central Canada with a population of about 994,000.
- : One of Canada's ten provinces, between Ontario and Saskatchewan, south of the Territory of Nunavut.
- Ontario : A province in eastern Canada, the second largest in area and with approximately 12,000,000 people (2006 census) the most populous.
- Quebec : A province in eastern Canada, mostly French speaking and with a population of about 7 million.
- New Brunswick : a Maritime province on the east coast of Canada.
- Nova Scotia : (population 939,531) A Maritime province on the east coast of Canada.
- Prince Edward Island : (population 140,402) A Maritime province and island, located in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence on the east coast of Canada.
- Newfoundland and Labrador : Province in Eastern Canada.
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- Northwest Territories : Add brief definition or description
- Nunavut : One of Canada's three Northern Territories.
- Canadian shield : Add brief definition or description
- Bay of Fundy : A bay on the Gulf of Maine's northeast end, mostly between New Brunswick and Nova Scotia but touching upon Maine.
- Hudson Bay : A large (1.23 million km²) body of water in northeastern Canada on the Arctic Ocean.
- Laurentian Mountains : A greatly eroded mountain range which forms the Quebec portion of the Canadian shield; one of the oldest mountain ranges in the world.
- Saint Lawrence River : A large river in North America, flowing northwards through the provinces of Ontario and Quebec and forming the primary drainage of the Great Lakes into the Atlantic Ocean.
- Great Lakes : There are five large connected Lakes in Eastern North America.
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- Atlantic Canada : Add brief definition or description
- Canadian Rockies : Add brief definition or description
- Canadian Arctic Archipelago : A large archipelago.
- Hochelaga Archipelago : A freshwater archipelago at the confluence of the Saint Lawrence and Ottawa Rivers, which includes the island of Montreal.
- Thousand Islands : An archipelago of islands in the Saint Lawrence River, stretching for approximately 80 kilometres (50 miles) downstream from Kingston, Ontario.
- Athabasca Oil Sands : A large deposit of oil-rich bitumen (petroleum asphalt) located in northern Alberta, Canada.
- Toronto : (population 5,304,100) the largest city in Canada, capital of the province of Ontario.
- Montreal : The second most populous city in Canada and the largest city in the province of Quebec
- Vancouver : City in Canada located on the Pacific coast, in the province of British Columbia; Population 611,869.
- Edmonton : Capital and second largest city of the Canadian province of Alberta.
- Calgary : Third largest city in Canada, in the Foothills region of Alberta, just east of the Rocky Mountains.
- Winnipeg : The capital and largest city in the province of Manitoba, Canada.
- Ottawa : Capital city of Canada, population 812,129.
- Quebec City : (metropolitan area population 715,515)The capital of the province of Quebec, Canada.
- Halifax, Nova Scotia : Largest urban community in Atlantic Canada, whose residents are known as Haligonians.
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- Rebellion of 1837 : Add brief definition or description
- Lord Durham's Report : Add brief definition or description
- Act of Union (1840) : Add brief definition or description
- British North America Act : Add brief definition or description
- Red River Rebellion : Add brief definition or description
- Canadian Pacific Railway : Add brief definition or description
- Conscription Crisis of 1917 : Add brief definition or description
- Quiet Revolution : Add brief definition or description
- October Crisis : Add brief definition or description
- Constitution Act (1982) : Add brief definition or description
- Charter of Rights and Freedoms : Add brief definition or description
- Canadian English : Any of the dialects of English, standard or not, that are used in Canada.
- French in Canada : The linguistic heritage resulting from French colonization of parts of Canada.
- The Birthday Massacre : A rock band formed in Toronto in 1999, originally called Imagica.
- Rush : Canadian rock band originally formed in August 1968, in Toronto, Ontario, composed of bassist, keyboardist, and lead vocalist Geddy Lee, guitarist Alex Lifeson, and drummer and lyricist Neil Peart.
- Canadian Football League : A major, professional Canadian sports league founded in 1958 whose rules are roughly similar to, but differ in some respects from (American) football rules.
- Curling : A game, invented in Scotland, which involves two teams of four players who slide a heavy stone towards a target at the opposite end of a long, narrow sheet of ice.
- Ice hockey : A game, played on ice, which consists of two teams of six players, each attempting to drive a small hard rubber disc called a puck into their opponent's goal net.
- Canadian sports : Sports with significant popularity in Canada.