• Study in Canada

What are the Different Provinces in Canada like?

  • views7546 Reads
  • read time3 min Read
  • By:CANAM Group
  • Updated On:Aug 09,2023 02:10 PM IST

What are the Different Provinces in Canada like.webp
A province is most often an administrative division within a country or state. It is derived from the ancient Roman Provincia, which was the major territorial and administrative unit of the Roman Empire's territorial possessions outside Italy. Canada has ten provinces and three territories, and each has its own capital. The ten provinces in Canada are Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador (newest provinces in Canada), Nova Scotia (oldest province in Canada), Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan. When it comes to three territories, these are Northwest Territories, Nunavut, and Yukon.

The different provinces in Canada are known for different natural landscapes, including forests, a portion of the Canadian Rockies, flat prairies, glaciers, canyons, and wide tracts of farmland.

Best Province in Canada for Indian students


Ontario is Canada's second-largest province, and it covers more than 1 million square kilometres of area. The province boasts approximately 250,000 lakes and is estimated to have 20% of the world's freshwater stores. The most popular city in Ontario is Toronto, and it is the most metropolitan and multicultural city in the world. The Universities and Colleges in Ontario are top-ranked, and most Indian students intend to settle in Toronto. The second most popular city in Ontario is Ottawa which is the capital of Ontario.

Ontario plays an important role in the economy of Canada and generates 37% of the national GDP, and Ottawa offers a high-quality living experience at low prices to international students.

Talking about the climatic conditions, the winters in Ontario are extremely cold, and the temperature sometimes goes down to -30 C, and in summers, it goes above 30 C.

British Columbia

B.C. was a British colony, and in 1871, it became a part of Canada. British Columbia, today, is the third-largest and most westerly province in Canada. It is known for breathtaking mountains, lush forests, and its coastline of over 27,000 kilometres. The capital city of British Columbia is Victoria, whereas Vancouver is the largest city in the province and the third-largest city in the country. Out of all the provinces and territories of Canada, British Columbia has the mildest climate. It has three UNESCO World Heritage Sites, six National Parks and over 400 provincial parks, recreation and conservation areas. British Columbia's Two-thirds of the land base is forest land. The Universities and Colleges in British Columbia are ranked among the top-ranked institutions in Canada. The province is known for its quality of life and Livability.


Located in Western Canada, Alberta is the sixth-largest Canadian province by land area.It is famous for its natural beauty, richness in fossils and housing important nature reserves. It is known for its large oil industry, and it has the third-largest reserves of crude oil in Canada. Alberta was named after Princess Louise Caroline Alberta (1848-1939), the fourth daughter of Queen Victoria and is known by the nicknames Princess Province, Energy Province, or Sunshine Province.

Calgary and Edmonton in Canada are the fourth and fifth most popular cities among international students. Calgary is Alberta's largest city by population, and Edmonton is the capital city of Alberta and the second most populated city in the province. Calgary and Edmonton are leading study destinations, and the post-secondary education system in Alberta is known for its outstanding universities, colleges, technical institutes, and research facilities. Learn about Colleges and Universities in Alberta


Quebec City was founded in 1608.Quebec entered the Canadian Confederation in 1867 and became one of the first provinces in Canada. Today, Quebec is one of the largest provinces in Canada. Its official language is French, and most of its residents speak it. Montreal is Quebec's most populous city and is often considered Canada's most cultural city.

Quebec is the greatest producer of maple syrup in Canada and is well known for its comedy and for making hockey a popular sport in Canada. It is known among international students for its excellent quality of education, affordable tuition fee and living costs, shorter programs and the popular Quebec Experience Program (PEQ). The economy of Quebec is diverse and is largely dominated by the manufacturing and service sectors. Learn about Popular Colleges and Universities in Quebec 


Are you planning to study in Canada and feel that guidance from a study consultant will make the process easy for you? Then Choose the consultants trusted and recommended by Indian Students Studying Abroad  Canam Consultants!

Canam Consultants is known for providing comprehensive guidance on studying abroad in countries like Canada, the USA, Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Ireland and Singapore. Canam Consultants is a name Indian students have trusted for more than two decades and relied on it to accomplish their study abroad dreams. Trust the guidance that numerous students count on and turn that imaginary dream of studying abroad into a reality.

Get great articles direct to your inbox

The latest news, articles, and resources, sent straight to your inbox every month.

World class education waiting for you.

Events, webinar, college / university visits and more.

Popular university and colleges for Studying abroad.

Popular English Language Proficiency Exams

Curated content to keep you updated on the latest education trends, news and more.

A little effort to provide an authentic and reliable content for keen readers!!