Cities

Lunenburg

Lunenburg – A World Heritage Site Lunenburg is a small port town in the province of Nova Scotia, 90 kilometers from Halifax. It is Canada‘s oldest German settlement with a long fishing and shipbuilding tradition….

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Montréal

Montreal – Quebec’s French outpost with flair With 1,649,519 inhabitants, Montreal is the second largest city in Canada and the largest in the province of Quebec. The city is located on the Île de Montréal,…


Ottawa

Ottawa – The capital of Canada Together with the twin city of Gatineau (Quebec), it forms a metropolitan area with over 1.4 million inhabitants. Ottawa itself has 933,600 inhabitants, making it the sixth largest city…


Quebec City

Québec City – Quebec’s capital with a French flair The capital of the province of Quebec is located on the north bank of the St. Lawrence River. With 516,622 inhabitants, it is the second largest…


Regina

Regina – the City of the Queen, capital of Saskatchewan Regina is the second largest city of Saskatchewan and capital of the province. The city used to be called “Pile of Bones” because there were…


Saskatoon

Saskatoon – the Paris of the prairie The city of Saskatoon, with its 220,000 inhabitants, is located on the South Saskatchewan River and is the most populated city in the Saskatchewan region before the provincial…


Saint John

Saint John – SJ, Port City Saint John is the largest city in the Maritime province of New Brunswick with 70,063 inhabitants. The conurbation of Saint John has 127,761 inhabitants. The name Saint John is…


St. John’s

St. John’s – Canada’s urban Atlantic pearl and capital of Newfoundland The capital of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador has about 106,200 inhabitants. St. John’s is the oldest city in North America, located on…


Inuvik

Inuvik – far north of the Arctic Circle With 3243 inhabitants, Inuvik is Canada’s largest city north of the Arctic Circle and is located in the Northwest Territories. In addition to the native Inuit, many…


Iqaluit

Iqaluit (formerly Frobisher Bay) is the capital of the Nunavut Territory. The city has 6700 inhabitants. Iqaluit in Inuktitut means “place with a lot of fish”. From Iqaluit, you can reach the Qaummaarviit Historical Park,…