Regions of Canada

The Regions of Canada

Canada includes many different geographical areas and five distinct regions. Explore all the physical Regions of Canada below. Each one of the five regions of Canada is with a very different landscape and climate.

Atlantic Region of Canada
  • Newfoundland and Labrador, Capital City: St. John’s
  • Prince Edward Island, Capital City: Charlottetown
  • Nova Scotia, Capital City: Halifax
  • New Brunswick, Capital City: Fredericton
Central Canada
  • Quebec, Capital City: Quebec City
  • Ontario, Capital City: Toronto
Prairie Provinces
  • Manitoba, Capital City: Winnipeg
  • Saskatchewan, Capital City: Regina
  • Alberta, Capital City: Edmonton
West Coast
  • British Columbia, Capital City: Victoria
North
  • Nunavut, Capital City: Iqaluit
  • Northwest Territories, Capital City: Yellowknife
  • Yukon Territory, Capital City: Whitehorse

The Regions of Canada table

ATLANTIC
Nova Scotia
New Brunswick
Prince Edward Island
Newfoundland and Labrador
CENTRAL CANADA
Quebec
Ontario
PRAIRIE PROVINCES 
Manitoba
 Saskatchewan
Alberta
WEST COAST

British Columbia

NORTH
Yukon
Northwest Territories
Nunavut


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