Exploring Canada Jaden Thom | Social Studies 11 | Block B

British Columbia

Weather

Vancouver average

Average Winter Temperature: 6°C

Average Summer Temperature: 20°C

Average Annual Precipitation: 1457mm

Population

2011 statistics

Birth Rate: 44,129

Death Rate: 32,253

Percentage Urban vs Rural: 86:14

Physical & Natural Attractions

  • Whistler
  • Whistler and Blackcomb Mountain
  • skiing/snowboarding, biking, hiking trails
  • Peak 2 Peak gondola rides
  • zip lining
  • Yoho National Park
  • some of the largest waterfalls in the Rockies
  • more than 400km of trails
  • Burgess Shale Fossil Beds
  • Spiral Tunnels
  • Okanagan Valley
  • Skaha Bluffs
  • Kettle Valley Rail Trail
  • Wells Gray Provincial Park
  • Mount Robson Provincial Park

Points of Interest

  • Science World
  • interactive indoor and outdoor displays
  • live science demonstrations
  • OMNIMAX theatre
  • feature exhibitions
  • Vancouver Aquarium
  • indoor and outdoor exhibits
  • beluga shows
  • Discover Rays touch pool
  • TECK Connections and Engagement Galleries
  • Capilano Suspension Bridge
  • one of the most popular tourist attractions in Vancouver, B.C.
  • 450 ft long, 230 ft high
  • guided tours through the Story Centre
  • eco-tours in the rainforest
  • Sea to Sky Gondola
  • 10 minutes long gondola ride
  • amazing views on ride
  • many hiking and walking trails at destination (Summit Lodge)
  • 100 metre Sky Pilot Suspension Bridge at Summit Lodge
  • Britannia Shipyards, National Historic Site
  • oldest shipyard buildings in British Columbia
  • many buildings date back to 1885
  • active wooden boat centre
  • waterfront park
Alberta

Weather

Edmonton average

Average Winter Temperature: -7°C

Average Summer Temperature: 25°C

Average Annual Precipitation: 456mm

Population

2011 statistics

Average Birth Rate: 51,040

Average Death Rate: 21,531

Percentage Urban vs Rural: 83:17

Physical & Natural Attractions

  • Banff National Park
  • Canada's first national park
  • world's third national park
  • 6,641 square kilometres
  • valleys, mountains, glaciers, forests, meadows and rivers
  • Athabasca Falls
  • most powerful waterfalls in the Canadian Rockies
  • class 5 waterfall
  • trails along Athabasca River
  • hiking trails
  • Icefields Parkway
  • 232km long
  • stretches through heart of Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks World Heritage Site
  • mountain lakes, ancient glaciers, valleys

Points of Interest

  • West Edmonton Mall
  • Galaxyland - world's largest indoor amusement park
  • World Waterpark - world's largest indoor wave pool
  • Marine Life - underground aquarium
  • Crystal Labyrinth - maze-like hall of mirrors
  • Royal Alberta Museum
  • one of Canada's leading museums of human and natural history
  • collects, preserves, researches, interprets, and exhibits specimens and objects related to the heritage of Alberta's people and natural environment
  • has 13 curatorial programs: western Canadian history, ethnology, cultural communities, military and political history, archaeology, ornithology, mammalogy, ichthyology, invertebrate zoology, botany, geology, Quaternary palaeontology, and Quaternary environments
  • Muttart Conservatory
  • glass pyramids
  • botanical garden
  • three biomes in the Conservatory’s year-round displays
  • creative feature displays housed in fourth pyramid
  • Art Gallery of Alberta
  • Edmonton's largest gallery
  • maintains a collection of over 6,000 objects
  • oldest cultural institution in Alberta
  • only museum in the province solely dedicated to the exhibition and preservation of art and visual culture
  • Edmonton Valley Zoo
  • has more than 350 animals
  • focused on conservation
  • open year round
  • elephant exhibit
Saskatchewan

Temperature

Regina average

Average Winter Temperature: -10°C

Average Summer Temperature: 25.3°C

Average Annual Precipitation: 390mm

Population

2011 statistics

Birth rate: 14,271

Death Rate: 9,095

Percentage Urban vs Rural: 67:33

Physical & Natural Attractions

  • Prince Albert National Park
  • spruce bogs, large lakes, and aspen-dotted uplands
  • Canada's second largest colony of white pelican at Lavallée Lake
  • roaming herd of Sturgeon River Plains Bison
  • moose, wolf, black bear, fox, lynx, caribou, and eagles in northern forests
  • Saskatoon
  • Wanuskewin Heritage Park
  • Meewasin Valley Trail
  • Prairie Lily riverboat cruise
  • Beaver Creek Conservation Area
  • Cypress Hills
  • highest point in Saskatchewanx
  • Grasslands National Park
  • hiking and biking trails
  • camping grounds

Points of Interest

  • Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Museum
  • largest of its kind in Canada
  • displays of equipment, weapons, photographs, etc.
  • Sergeant Major's Parade
  • Drill Hall
  • Royal Saskatchewan Museum
  • earth science exhibits
  • T.rex Discovery Centre
  • skeleton of a Tyrannosaurus Rex
  • First Nations Gallery
  • Dunlop Art Gallery
  • workshops and exhibition tours
  • features an Art Rental Collection
  • focuses on contemporary art
  • open year round
  • Batoche National Historic Site
  • headquarters of Louis Riel during the Northwest Rebellion
  • mass grave of fallen Métis in churchyard
  • costumed guides
  • geocaching
  • Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame
  • represents 51 sports
  • collection contains more than 12,000 sport artifacts and archives
  • displays include portraits and citations of inductees, sports memorabilia and artifacts
  • viewed by thousands of visitors each year
Manitoba

Temperature

Winnipeg average

Average Winter Temperature: -10°C

Average Summer Temperature: 30°C

Average Annual Precipitation: 521mm

Population

2011 statistics

Birth Rate: 15,620

Death rate: 10,086

Percentage Urban vs Rural: 72:28

Physical & Natural Attractions

  • Grand Beach Provincial Park
  • Wild Wings Trail
  • ranks as third among the top North American beaches
  • board walk was built in the early 1930s
  • 8 metre-tall sand dune
  • Whiteshell Provincial Park
  • 2,729 km²
  • 200 lakes
  • fishing lakes
  • camping grounds
  • Riding Mountain National Park
  • 3000 km²
  • 1 of only 5 national parks that has a resort townsite
  • camping grounds
  • many lakes

Points of Interest

  • Canadian Museum of Human Rights
  • 11 galleries
  • guided tours
  • interactive experiences
  • only museum solely devoted to human rights awareness and education
  • Icelandic Festival of Manitoba
  • speakers
  • poetry
  • musical entertainment
  • large art show
  • Viking Village
  • Festival du Voyageur
  • largest winter festival in western Canada
  • celebrates French Canadian culture
  • traditional cuisine
  • snow sculptures
  • Fort Garry National Historic Park
  • only stone fort from the fur trading era to survive intact anywhere in North America
  • built by Hudson's Bay Company in the 1830s
  • was an important center for fur trade and served as base for exploration of the Northwest Territories
  • Hudson's Bay Company shop has been recreated
  • Mennonite Heritage Village
  • 40 acre site
  • large windmill
  • recreates Mennonite life from the 16th century to the present day
  • more than 20 furnished buildings spread over 17 hectares
Ontario

Temperature

Toronto average

Average Winter Temperature: -6°C

Average Summer Temperature: 27°C

Average Annual Precipitation: 831mm

Population

2011 statistics

Birth Rate: 140,135

Death Rate: 88,466

Percentage Urban vs Rural: 86:14

Physical & Natural Attractions

  • Niagara Falls
  • Butterfly Conservatory
  • Niagara Falls (waterfalls)
  • Boat heading into Horseshoe Falls mist
  • Hornblower Niagara Cruises
  • Thousand Islands
  • lighthouses
  • historic castles
  • maritime museums
  • world-class fishing
  • Lake of the Woods
  • over 14,000 islands
  • more than 105,000 kilometers of shoreline
  • deepest point is almost 310ft deep
  • home to many types of fish

Points of Interest

  • CN Tower
  • 553.3m tall
  • held record as world's tallest free standing building for over three decades
  • glass floor is able to withstand 38,556 kg of weight
  • EdgeWalk - world’s highest full-circle, hands-free walk
  • Parliament Hill
  • daily guided tours
  • Changing of the Guard Ceremony
  • focal point for Canada Day celebrations
  • hundreds of individual gargoyles carved into the stonework of the buildings
  • Royal Ontario Museum
  • six million objects in its collections
  • 40 art galleries
  • 24.5m tall totem pole
  • hands-on Biodiversity gallery
  • Canada's Wonderland
  • Canada’s first and largest theme park
  • over 200 attractions
  • North America’s greatest variety of roller coasters
  • 20-acre water park
  • MarineLand
  • marine shows feature killer whales, dolphins, walruses, and sea lions
  • able to touch and feed beluga whales
  • amusement park
  • Sky Screamer - world's highest triple tower ride
Quebec

Temperature

Quebec average

Average Winter Temperature: -7°C

Average Summer Temperature: 25°C

Average Annual Precipitation: 1184mm

Population

2011 statistics

Birth Rate: 88,583

Death Rate: 58,941

Percentage Urban vs Rural: 81:19

Physical & Natural Attractions

  • Parc de la Chute-Montmorency
  • 83 meters high
  • 30 meters higher than Niagara Falls
  • hiking trails
  • ziplining
  • Lac-Simon Beach
  • 2km beach
  • 4 km² forest
  • skiing, snow tubing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling trails
  • ice fishing
  • Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park
  • marine protected area
  • covers area of 1245 km²
  • one of the best whale-watching sites in the world
  • important habitat for the St. Lawrence beluga

Points of Interest

  • Carnaval de Québec
  • St-Hubert Snow Bath
  • Bonhomme's Ice Palace
  • Snow sculpture contest
  • Canoe Race
  • Château Frontenac
  • guided tours
  • built in 1893
  • iconic hotel
  • Musee de la Civilisation
  • comprised of three separate locations
  • most popular museum in Québec City
  • exhibits about Québec culture and history
  • guided tours
  • Plains of Abraham
  • site of the Battle of the Plains of Abraham in 1759
  • Joan of Arc Garden
  • guided tours
  • ski trails
  • Basilica of Ste-Anne de Beaupre
  • shrine to Saint Anne
  • paintings, stained glass windows, stone and wooden sculptures
  • mosaics depicting Saint Anne's life
Newfoundland and Labrador

Temperature

St. John's average

Average Winter Temperature: 0°C

Average Summer Temperature: 16°C

Average Annual Precipitation: 1534mm

Population

2011 statistics

Birth Rate: 4,478

Death Rate: 4,634

Percentage Urban vs Rural: 59:41

Physical & Natural Attractions

  • Gros Morne National Park
  • world heritage site
  • second largest national park in Atlantic Canada
  • Long Range Mountains
  • Terra Nova National Park
  • known for fjords and quiet coastline
  • cross-country skiing trails
  • lakes are perfect for canoeing and kayaking
  • Bonavista Peninsula
  • supposedly where John Cabot had seen the "New World" in 1497 for the first time
  • statue of Cabot
  • Ryan Premises National Historic Site
  • can watch whales, puffins, and icebergs along coast

Points of Interest

  • Cape Spear Lighthouse National Historic Site
  • most easterly point in North America
  • has Newfoundland's oldest lighthouse
  • beautiful sunrises
  • light station was remodeled into a museum
  • L'Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site
  • six houses made of grass sods (probably built by Vikings)
  • oldest known European settlement in North America
  • only authentic trace of Viking settlement in the New World
  • reconstructed long house, workshop, and stable
  • Castle Hill National Historic Site
  • site of historic English and French fortifications
  • interpretive center
  • beautiful view over view over Placentia Bay
  • tours
  • Cape St. Mary's Ecological Reserve
  • major colonies of seabirds
  • northern gannet, black-legged kittiwake, common murre, razorbill, and great cormorant
  • most accessible seabird rookery in North America
  • southernmost breeding area for thick-billed murres in the world
  • Red Bay National Historic Site
  • site of Basque (Spanish) whaling boats remains
  • UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • interpretation centre houses an eight-metre chalupa
  • interpretation centre also displays assembled collections of whale bones
Prince Edward Island

Temperature

Charlottetown average

Average Winter Temperature: -3°C

Average Summer Temperature: 20°C

Average Annual Precipitation: 1158mm

Population

2011 statistics

Birth Rate: 1,436

Death Rate: 1,247

Percentage Urban vs Rural: 47:53

Physical & Natural Attractions

  • Basin Head Provincial Park
  • Singing Sands
  • Points East Coastal Drive
  • Basin Head Fisheries Museum
  • in tidal lagoon behind dunes, grows a food additive, Green Irish Moss
  • North Cape
  • scenic drive
  • one of Canada's leading wind test institutes
  • North Cape Interpretive Centre
  • North Cape Lighthouse
  • Wood Islands
  • Wood Islands Provincial Park
  • Points East Coastal Drive region
  • beaches
  • varied plant life and animal life

Points of Interest

  • St. Dunstan's Basilica
  • stone French Gothic church
  • built in 1913
  • one of the most visible landmarks in Charlottetown
  • only Roman Catholic cathedral and basilica in the province
  • Lucy Maud Montgomery's Cavendish Home
  • home where L.M. Montgomery wrote her books
  • includes Green Gables House
  • several museums
  • Canadian national historic site
  • Confederation Centre of the Arts
  • art gallery
  • museum
  • two theaters
  • presents "Anne of Green Gables" musical each summer
  • Prince Edward Island National Park
  • open year round
  • Cavendish Campground
  • white sand beaches
  • over 50 km of trails
  • The Bottle Houses
  • six-gabled house
  • hexagonal tavern
  • chapel furnished with pews and an altar
  • walls formed from more than 25,000 glass bottles
Nova Scotia

Temperature

Halifax average

Average Winter Temperature: -2°C

Average Summer Temperature: 25°C

Average Annual Precipitation: 1468mm

Population

2011 statistics

Birth Rate: 8,862

Death Rate: 8,349

Percentage Urban vs Rural: 57:43

Physical & Natural Attractions

  • Cabot Trail
  • 300km scenic drive
  • coastal route
  • many small communities and attractions line the route
  • cliffs, beaches, viewpoints, and a twisting road provide many photo opportunities
  • Cape Breton Highlands National Park
  • covers more than 950km²
  • has highest peaks in Nova Scotia
  • beaches, cliffs, inland forests, rivers
  • excellent spot for wildlife watching
  • Kejimkujik National Park
  • Maritimes only inland national park
  • lakes and rivers with excellent paddling, historic canoe routes
  • hiking trails
  • white sand beach

Points of Interest

  • Halifax Citadel National Historic Site
  • built in 1856
  • warren-like tunnels, powder magazine, and barracks have been preserved
  • tours
  • reenactments
  • Lunenburg
  • UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • legacy as a working port
  • Bluenose schooner
  • Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic
  • Shubenacadie Provincial Wildlife Park
  • park is spread over over 40 hectares
  • park is the only wildlife park in the world with Sable Island horses
  • home to large variety of native and exotic animals
  • wheelchair accessible pathways
  • Halifax Seaport Farmers' Market
  • oldest continuously operating farmers’ market in North America
  • created by Royal Proclamation in June of 1750
  • hosts over 250 vendors
  • more than 45,000ft² of markt
  • Pier 21 Museum
  • focuses on stories of immigration to Canada
  • archival photos, and artifacts
  • replica ship’s cabin and dining room
  • historical costumes
New Brunswick

Temperature

Fredericton average

Average Winter Temperature: -5°C

Average Summer Temperature: 23°C

Average Annual Precipitation: 1078mm

Population

2011 statistics

Birth Rate: 7,124

Death Rate: 6,332

Percentage Urban vs Rural: 53:48

Physical & Natural Attractions

  • Bay of Fundy
  • highest tides in the world - can measure up to 19m
  • beaches, lighthouses, sea stacks, cliffs, caves, scenic drives, and parks
  • tidal bore - river flows reverse with the rising tide
  • Fundy National Park
  • stretch of undeveloped coastline
  • coastal and inland hiking trails
  • good spots for wildlife watching
  • campgrounds, outdoor swimming pool, golf course
  • Parlee Beach Provincial Park
  • waters can reach up to 20°C
  • campground
  • near Shediac, lobster capital of the world
  • bus-sized lobster statue

Points of Interest

  • Saint John City Market
  • Canada's oldest continuing farmers' market
  • vendors display variety of edibles, crafts, and souvenirs
  • building was completed in 1876 and escaped unscathed after Great Fire in 1877
  • open all days except Sunday
  • Reversing Falls Bridge
  • two-lane highway bridge crossing the Saint John River at Saint John
  • great spot to watch tidal bore
  • best viewed two or three times a day to see change in tidal direction
  • boat tours
  • Roosevelt Campobello International Park
  • property's main structure is a 34-room cottage where Roosevelt family often visited from 1905 to 1921
  • many of the furnishings in the house are original to the family
  • guided tours
  • over 2,800 acres of park
  • Cape Enrage
  • tiny lighthouse from 1838 is located atop rugged cliffs
  • current light tower is over 140 years old
  • outdoor activity center
  • tides can tides rise up to 16.3m over a 12-hour period
  • Village Historique Acadien
  • provincial heritage place
  • 17 acre site
  • has won awards such as Phoenix Award for its authentic character
  • main complex is made up of small wooden buildings, farmlands, and a quaint main street
Yukon Territory

Temperature

Whitehorse average

Average Winter Temperature: -30°C

Average Summer Temperature: 30°C

Average Annual Precipitation: 262mm

Population

2011 statistics

Birth Rate: 431

Death Rate: 215

Percentage Urban vs Rural: 61:39

Physical & Natural Attractions

  • Ascent of the Salmon
  • salmon hurry upstream from the Pacific Ocean to Yukon River spawning grounds
  • visitors can watch salmon climb the Whitehorse Fishway
  • salmon delicacies offered at local restaurants
  • Yukon Wildlife Preserve
  • guided tours
  • over 283 hectares of preserve
  • distinct habitats (from wetlands to cliffs) to allow animals to live in their natural environments
  • large variety of animals such as: moose, muskoxen, mountain goats, wood bison, mule deer, woodland caribou, and elk
  • Miles Canyon
  • hiking trails
  • used to be a choke point for gold prospectors
  • hydroelectric dam provides power to Whitehorse

Points of Interest

  • SS Klondike II National Historic Site
  • "SS Klondike II" was a sternwheeler that was restored and refitted into a museum after sinking
  • self guided tours
  • geocaching
  • National Historic Site of Canada
  • Yukon Transportation Museum
  • displays early means of transportation in the region
  • exhibits include snowshoes, dog sleds, stagecoaches, boats, and aircraft
  • features "Queen of the Yukon", sister plane of Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis
  • personal stories of Yukon ingenuity & self-sufficiency are highlighted
  • Yukon Beringia Interpretive Centre
  • life-size exhibits of ice age animals
  • interactive computer kiosks and dioramas depict the unique landscape, flora and fauna of Beringia
  • full-size cast of the largest woolly mammoth ever recovered in North America
  • reconstruction of the 24,000-year-old Bluefish Cave archaeological site
  • MacBride Museum
  • large collection of relics and photographs from the gold-rush days
  • displays of bits of old machinery and implements
  • display on the wildlife of the Yukon
  • 1898 miner's saloon
  • Yukon Arts Centre
  • multi-use arts facility that features arts events, local performing groups, dance and theater companies
  • features local and traveling art exhibitions
  • exhibitions featuring local and youth artists
  • open year round
Northwest Territories

Temperature

Yellowknife average

Average Winter Temperature: -30°C

Average Summer Temperature: 20°C

Average Annual Precipitation: 289mm

Population

2011 statistics

Birth Rate: 690

Death Rate: 189

Percentage Urban vs Rural: 54:46

Physical & Natural Attractions

  • Yellowknife
  • wooden heritage buildings, arts and cultural institutions
  • bustling community life fueled by the mining industry
  • boat tours and houseboats of Great Slave Lake
  • Hidden Lake Territorial Park
  • Northern Lights viewing.
  • Great Slave Lake
  • North America's fifth largest lake
  • more than 600m deep in some parts
  • dog sled races when frozen
  • excellent trout and pike
  • Nahanni National Park Reserve
  • Nahanni River
  • Virginia Falls
  • hot springs
  • rivers provide fun challenge for experienced canoeists

Points of Interest

  • Church of Our Lady of Good Hope
  • national historic site
  • built in the mid 1880s
  • one of the oldest surviving buildings of this type
  • mission church was built in the Gothic Revival Style.
  • Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre
  • Government of the Northwest Territories’ museum and archives
  • displays cover natural history, European exploration, Northern aviation, diamond mining and, especially, Dene and Inuit history and culture
  • open every day
  • free admission
  • Yellowknife Farmers' Market
  • home-made, home-grown, locally harvested products
  • kids craft area
  • musical entertainment
  • plenty of space for family picnics
  • Northern Arts and Cultural Centre
  • 297 seat theatre facility
  • only fully equipped live performance theatre in the Northwest Territories
  • supporting agency for northern, national and international artists
  • provides educational workshops
  • Folk on the Rocks Festival
  • annual folk music festival
  • one of Canada’s top summertime music and cultural festivals
  • features artists from Northwest Territories, Nunavut, and all over Canada
Nunavut

Temperature

Iqaluit average

Average Winter Temperature: -30°C

Average Summer Temperature: 5°C

Average Annual Precipitation: 404mm

Population

2011 statistics

Birth Rate: 837

Death Rate: 162

Percentage Urban vs Rural: 48:52

Physical & Natural Attractions

  • Northern Lights
  • 400km/sec solar winds
  • 90 to 500km above the earth's surface
  • breathtaking experience
  • lack of air pollution in Nunavut makes Iqualuit one of the best places to watch the Northern Lights
  • The Soper River
  • one of the only practical canoeing rivers in the eastern Arctic islands
  • Canadian Heritage River
  • covers 60 km of current
  • Class 1 (and occasional Class 2) whitewater
  • Katannilik Territorial Park
  • Itijjagiaq Trail
  • herds of caribou
  • area of 1,262 km²
  • many waterfalls

Points of Interest

  • Nunatta Sunakkutaangit Museum
  • collection of traditional Inuit clothing, tools, weaponry
  • collection of splendid soapstone and whalebone carvings
  • period costumes
  • Auyuittuq National Park
  • national park on Baffin Island
  • only 12 species of mammals
  • area of 19, 500km²
  • Akshayuk Pass
  • Toonik Tyme Festival
  • annual celebration of Inuit traditions and return to spring
  • Nunavut's biggest festival near end of April
  • traditional Inuit games, throat singing and dancing, a community feast and an evening of dancing and music at Toonik Lake
  • Uqqurmiut Centre for Arts & Crafts
  • famous for its lithographs, prints and tapestries
  • can watch weavers at work
  • built to serve the Inuit artists and community of Pangnirtung
  • Nunavut Arts Festival
  • annual event that celebrates the art created in Nunavut
  • artist workshops
  • opportunity to buy/sell local art
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