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Ontario

Ontario is a Canadian province bordering Hudson Bay to the north and the U.S. to the south. Toronto is huge and vibrant capital located on the bank of Lake Ontario which is home to the iconic CN Tower and the High Park. Ottawa is the national capital, known for Parliament Hill’s and National Gallery. The average temperature of Ontario, in summers, is 25 °C. The best feature of Ontario is that, it is Canada’s leading manufacturing province, and is home to Niagara Falls which supplies a large amount of electricity to the province. Hamilton is the largest steel manufacturing city in Canada. Click here to know more…
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/newcomers/pt/on.asp

Quebec

Quebec is Canada's second most populous province, after Ontario. Quebec economy accounts up to 20% of the total GDP of Canada. Quebec has a prominent position in world’s market because of large quantity of natural resources. Mining sector of Quebec ranks among the top ten areas of mining business. The temperature of Quebec varies from 25 and 5 °C in summers and, in winter, between −10 and −25 °C. It also shares border with USA. Click here to know more…
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/newcomers/pt/qc.asp

British Columbia

Canada’s westernmost province stretches along the Pacific coast, with the vibrant city of Vancouver, third largest metropolitan region, at its southern border. However, the capital of British Columbia, Victoria, is fifteenth-largest metropolitan region in Canada. Dominated by mountain ranges, it’s a major skiing destination, co-host of the 2010 Winter Olympics. Hikers, campers and anglers are drawn to its sprawling parks and reserves, including Glacier National Park and the Pacific Rim National Park. Average maximum temperature in Vancouver is 6 °C in January and 22 °C in July. Click here to know more…
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/newcomers/pt/bc.asp

Alberta

Alberta is a province in Western Canada. Its landscape encompasses mountains, prairies, desert badlands and vast coniferous forests. It is a province of many lakes, and has rich mineral deposits. In the west, the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks have glaciers in the Columbia Ice fields. The very famous Water ton Glacier International Peace Park is a biosphere reserve that shares the southern border with the USA. Alberta has dry continental climate with warm summers and cold winters. Average high temperatures in January range from 0 °C in the southwest to −24 °C in the far north. However, in the summer, maximum temperature ranges from 32 °C in the mountains to 40 °C in southern Alberta. Click here to know more…
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/newcomers/pt/ab.asp

Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia is one of eastern Canada's Maritime Provinces on the Atlantic. With numerous lakes and long coastlines, it's home to puffins and seals, and popular for water sports such as kayaking. The Bay of Fundy, with its famously extreme tides, is a whale-watching destination. Halifax, the capital, dominated by the star-shaped Citadel, is known for its lively waterfront and Victorian-era Public Gardens. Temperature varies from 12 °C to 25 °C in summers and in winters it varies from 1 °C to -12 °C. Click here to know more…
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/newcomers/pt/ns.asp

Manitoba

Manitoba is a Canadian province bordered by Ontario to the east and Saskatchewan to the west. Its landscape of lakes and rivers, mountains, forests and prairies stretches from northern Arctic tundra to Hudson Bay in the east and southern farmland. Many adventurous parks are there where hiking, biking, canoeing, camping and fishing are all popular. This is one of the coldest states of CANADA. The temperature of this state exceeds 30 °C in summers and it crosses -40 °C in winters. Click here to know more…
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/newcomers/pt/mb.asp

Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan is a Canadian province bordering the U.S. to the south. Grassland covers its southern plains, and to the north are coniferous forests, rivers and lakes. Regina is the provincial capital, where Royal Saskatchewan Museum is situated which exhibits natural history and the people of Canada’s First Nations. The temperature of this state always remains extreme in summers, 45 °C as well as in winters, -45 °C. Click here to know more…
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/newcomers/pt/sk.asp

Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundland and Labrador is the most easterly province of CANADA. Newfoundland is an island whereas Labrador is the mainland to the southwest. The province is Canada’s linguistically most homogeneous with 98% population, approximately, reported English as their mother tongue. Newfoundland and Labrador's capital and largest city, St. John's, is Canada's 20th-largest census metropolitan area. This province also includes 7,000 tiny islands. Churchill Falls in Labrador is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the world. The temperature difference can be seen among Atlantic side and non- Atlantic side as well as offshore and inshore difference in temperature. Average temperature on Atlantic side in summers is 12 °C inshore and 9 °C offshore, whereas in winters it is -1 °C inshore and 2 °C offshore. Click here to know more…
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Prince Edward Island

It is the smallest province of CANADA in both, land area and population. It is the only province in Canada to have no land boundary. The main source of economy of this province is farming. It is located at the north of Nova Scotia and east of Quebec City. It consists of the main island and 231 minor islands. During July and August, the average daytime high in PEI is 23 °C, whereas in the winter months of January and February, the average daytime high is −3.3 °C. Click here to know more…
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/newcomers/pt/pe.asp

New Brunswick

This is the only constitutionally bilingual province with Fredericton as its capital and Moncton as the largest metropolitan city. The majority of the population is English speaking. New Brunswick is bordered on the north by Quebec and southeast corner of the province is connected to Nova Scotia. Winters are colder than those being found in Nova Scotia all over the province due to the greater continental influence which is found as -10 °C on an average. However, summers are often warm, sometimes hot with an average of 25 °C. Click here to know more…
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/newcomers/pt/nb.asp