Canada GuideCanada is the largest country in North America by land area, and the second largest in the world, behind Russia. Renowned worldwide for its vast, untouched landscape, its unique blend of cultures and multifaceted history, Canada is one of the world's wealthiest countries and a major tourist destination. HotelsFind hotels in Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Edmonton, Winnipeg and more.
Popular in CanadaTorontoToronto is the most populous city in Canada and the provincial capital of Ontario. VancouverVancouver is the largest metropolitan area in Western Canada, and third largest in Canada, with a population of 2.6 million. MontrealMontreal is the metropolis of the province of Quebec. Quebec City is the political capital but Montreal is the cultural and economic capital of Quebec and the main entry point to the province.
In CanadaOntarioOntario is the most populous and the second-largest province of Canada, home to the Canadian capital city of Ottawa, as well as Ontario's own capital Toronto, Canada's largest city. British ColumbiaBritish Columbia is the westernmost province in Canada. Like much of the rest of Canada, it is a large place. PrairiesThe Prairies are Canada's breadbasket, three geometrically-shaped provinces which in addition to the wide-open expanses of flat prairie land also collectively include mountains, hills, lakes, shoreline, and metropolitan cities. QuebecFor the city bearing the same name see Quebec City. Quebec is a province in Canada, the largest in size and second only to Ontario in population. Atlantic ProvincesThe Atlantic Provinces of Canada are on the far east coast of that country. Rugged and sparsely populated, the provinces have traditionally made much of their income from the area's large fisheries. NorthThe North of Canada is a subarctic region with sparse population. They are some of the most remote regions on Earth, with vast landscapes and plenty of nature and wildlife to observe. Rocky MountainsThe Rockies are a region of Canada that more or less form the border between the provinces of British Columbia and Alberta. Dempster HighwayThe Dempster Highway is a highway through the sub-Arctic wilderness of northern Yukon Territory and extreme northwestern Northwest Territories in Canada.