It outskirts the Atlantic Ocean toward the east, the Pacific Ocean on the west, the Arctic Ocean toward the north and the United States of America (USA) toward the South. It traverses a complete zone that spreads right around ten million square kilometers (9,984,670 sq km). To place it into clear point of view, Canada could contain 18 nations the size of France, or 40 United Kingdoms. Canada has six time zones, just as the longest coastline of any nation.
Canada is a mosaic of locales, from the tough heaps of the West to the homestead networks of the prairies, from the mechanical and political powerhouse of Ontario to the advanced Francophone culture of Québec, and from the curious angling networks of the east coast to the incredible white North. The excellence and decent variety of Canada are glad symbols of what Canada has moved toward becoming.
The greater part of the nation is comprised of fields, with mountains in the west and prairies in the focal regions. Around 90 percent of the more than 35 million individuals living in Canada are situated inside 160 km of the US outskirt and around 75 percent of the all out populace lives in significant urban communities or towns. There are a greater number of lakes and inland waters in Canada than in some other nation. There are more than 2,000,000 lakes in Canada, which converts into 7.6 percent (755,180 sq km) of the world’s new water.
Canada is separated into 10 areas and three domains. The northernmost piece of Canada reaches out into the sub zero Arctic Circle, while the southernmost parts stretch down to or beneath the US fringe. Canada and the United States share numerous geographic attributes in like manner, for example, the Rocky Mountains, four of the Great Lakes, the Appalachian Highlands, and different waterways.
Canada has a boreal atmosphere. Winters are cold, with normal every day temperatures running between – 2.5°C and – 10°C (however a lot colder temperatures are conceivable), while summers are moderately warm by examination, with temperatures extending somewhere in the range of 16°C and 28°C in the southern locales. Canadian temperatures have scaled to a searing 35°C in the mid year and slipped to a chilly – 40°C during winter.
British Columbia gets the most mild atmosphere in all of Canada. It once in a while snows in the low-lying territories, and the Coastal Range and the Rocky Mountains keep the Pacific air from heading out to the Prairies.
The Canadian Prairies navigate east from the Rocky Mountains right to the Great Lakes. Cultivating is a noteworthy industry in this piece of the Country. Cold winters and damp, sweltering, summers are normal. Sufficient spring rainfalls and lenient falls make the Prairies one of the top grain developing regions of the world.
The greater part of Canada’s populace lives close to the Great Lakes or along the St. Lawrence River. Winter is extremely frigid and wind-chilled, while summers are muggy and longer than anyplace else in Canada. There’s sufficient precipitation to support the locale’s sizable homestead industry.
This domain is very harsh and has one of the most eccentric climate frameworks anyplace in the nation. In winter, temperatures can differ furiously as the Arctic’s breath is supplanted by oceanic air from careless tempests. Snowfall is generally solid, and mist is much of the time present in spring and toward the start of the late spring season. July is the hottest month of the year.
North of the Prairies and the St. Lawrence is a broad hyperborean timberland. This territory is snow-topped the greater part of the year, and summer waits for roughly two months. Over the tree-line lies the Arctic, temperatures ascend above snowing just for half a month a year and the ground is for all time solidified.