Interesting Facts about Canada

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Interesting Facts about Canada

Are you looking for some fun and memorable places to visit? Pick Canada! Canada is one of the famous places that you cannot avoid. It is known for its stunning landscapes, beautiful lakes, and friendly people. It is also a great place to go for learning and experience new opportunities. If you are excited to learn more about this beautiful country, here are interesting facts about Canada that will surprise you.

  • The Second Largest Country in the World
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Canada stands as the second largest country in the world after Russia. 

Russia stands as the first largest country in the world and Canada comes as the second-largest with its landmass of 9.1 million square kilometers. It is bordered by three oceans; the Pacific, Atlantic, and the Arctic Ocean. 

  • The longest Coastline 
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Check out the longest coastline in Canada and experience the best views.

Canada has the longest coastline globally with 243 000km along the shores of 52, and 455 islands. It would take an individual 33 years to wrap up walking Canada’s shorelines. Check out this longest coastline in the world and feel at the top of the world. It is a life-changing experience that you’ve ever had in your life. 

  • Million Lakes
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Lake Winnipeg in Canada is just amazing and beautiful. 

Do you want to explore around and know more about Canada? Canada has a larger number of lakes than the rest of the countries. It has a total of two million lakes in the country. 563of these lakes are bigger than 100 square kilometers. It would be best to visit these famous largest lakes; Lake Huron in Ontario, Great Bear Lake in Northwestern Territories, and Lake Superior in Ontario. You will also find these super popular Lakes such as; Winnipegosis, Manitoba, and Winnipeg here in Canada. Winnipeg Lake is Canada’s fifth and the world’s 11th largest lake.

  • Canada Owns the Oldest Rocks in the world
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Visit Canada and enjoy this beautiful view of Hopewell rock.

Impressive mountains, remarkable rocks, and stunning views are another reason why you should visit Canada. You will be fascinated to know that some of the oldest rocks on earth are found in Canada. If you are a rock climber, Canada is just the perfect place for your adventurous rock climbing. The famous 4.28 billion-year-old rock was discovered in 2001 on the eastern shore of the Hudson Bay in northern Quebec. 

  • Canada has the top universities in the world
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Enroll yourself into this popular University of Toronto.

Choose to study in Canada, and you will be proud of your decision. Canada has a well-established position when it comes to education. Top universities exist in Canada, and I assure you that it is the most appropriate learning place. The most famous Canadian regions for global understudies are Ontario, British Columbia, and Quebec, between them, are home to a significant number of the top colleges in Canada. Grab this chance to study in Canada and experience quality education. 

  • Biggest National Park
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The second largest park in the world is the Wood Buffalo National park of Canada.

Canada also owns the biggest national park in the world. Wood Buffalo National park is about 44 807 kilometers, and it is known as the second-largest national park in the world. Visit Canada and check out this most extensive national park, bigger than Denmark, Switzerland, and the Netherlands.

  • Mostly Inhabited Area
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Beautiful view of Devon Island in Canada.

Around 90% of Canada is unpopulated. It is not entirely a lot bigger than the United States, yet it has just 11% of Americans. Among this America’s population, 90% of Canadians live inside 500 kilometers (311 miles) of the United States border. Canada is also a home to the world’s biggest uninhabited island: Devon Island in the Baffin Bay, Nunavut.

  • World’s Longest Non-Military Border
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International border between the United States and Canada.

Have you heard about the world’s longest non-military border? The longest non-military border is between Canada and the United States. This is your great chance to study more about the longest non-military border while you are there in Canada. It is around 8,891 kilometers (5,525 miles), and the boundary between Alaska and Canada is 2,475 kilometers making it 1,538 miles alone.  

The boundary between Stanstead in Quebec and Derby Line, Vermont, is special because a library was built across the two countries and serves both communities.

  • Polar bear capital
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Canada has more number of polar bears.

Canada is also known as the home for polar bears. Churchill in northern Manitoba is called the world’s polar bear capital because 15,500 of the world’s 25,000 polar bears live there. Canada is the only country that owns polar bear prison. Very few people live there compared to polar bears, and it is called home for polar bears. Most of the residents leave their cars and homes open if they need a quick escape from a polar bear. 

Conclusion

Canada is quite a fascinating place to visit. It is the second-largest country with incredible landscapes, adventurous rock climbing, top universities, and many more exciting places around. Compared to the rest of the world, Canada can make your days better if you start exploring it. Stop thinking and visit Canada or plan to go live there after knowing all the interesting facts about Canada. You will fall in love with this beautiful country. 

Learn more about studying with the Top eight benefits of studying in Canada

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