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Cities in Canada

by Zhang Zhuoliang
(Chofu City, Tokyo, Japan)

Parliament Building in Ottawa

Parliament Building in Ottawa

Canada is located in the north of North America, which is north of the United States. It covers the second largest land area in the world with a very low population density.

Its capital is Ottawa, which is the center of politics, economy, culture, and transportation. Tulips are everywhere in spring, so Ottawa is often called "the city of tulips."

In addition to Ottawa, there are some famous cities in Canada, like Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Edmonton, and Winnipeg.

Toronto is the capital of Ontario. It is the largest city in Canada, and is also the financial center. The University of Toronto is a world-famous university as well.

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