Kapuskasing as seen across the Kapuskasing River

Kapuskasing is a town, a word of Cree origin

Kapuskasing is a town, a word of Cree origin on the Kapuskasing River, has a federal representative has Enhanced 911 service for Police and Ambulance for Fire, is mentioned in the 1994 children's book. The town was known until 1917 as MacPherson, hav...
Nanaimo

Nanaimo is a city, predominately Anglophone

Nanaimo is a city, predominately Anglophone in British Columbia on Vancouver Island, began in the early 19th century as a trading post, has had a succession of four distinct Chinatowns is shielded usually by the mountains of central Vancouver Island ...
Downtown Lethbridge as seen on 4 Avenue south facing west

Lethbridge is a city, Alberta's fourth-largest city

Lethbridge is a city, Alberta's fourth-largest city, Christianity in the largest city and Canada in the province of Alberta, lies southeast of Calgary on the Oldman River, developed from drift mines, is split into three geographical areas. Lethbridge...
Emerald Necklace Trail and the Petawawa River

Petawawa is a town, the most populous municipality

Petawawa is a town, the most populous municipality, a favourite stop, the Canadian Government in Renfrew County in eastern portion of Southern Ontario, was incorporated in 1865 as a township, has a humid continental climate. The town lies at the conf...
Kingston City Skyline from Fort Henry Hill

Kingston, Ontario is a city, a now separated municipality

Kingston is a city, a now separated municipality, a regional health care centre, part of two federal ridings, the current Member of Parliament, the also birthplace of Bryan Adams, the site of two universities, Queen's University in Canada in Eastern ...
Skyline of Niagara Falls, Ontario

Niagara Falls, Ontario is a city

Niagara Falls is a city in Canada in Ontario, languished in a prolonged economic downturn, are linked to major highways, had formerly King's Highways. Niagara Falls has one post-secondary institution in the Niagara Region in the city, is served by a ...
From top left to right: Brandon skyline, Brandon Court House, Dominion Exhibition Display Building II, Brandon Central Fire Station, Downtown Brandon

Brandon, Manitoba is the second-largest city, a major hub of trade

Brandon is the second-largest city, a major hub of trade, an important part of the higher education network, 76.89 km, Manitoba's second largest city in Canada in the province of Manitoba, covers an area of 77.41 km, spent never any time as village a...
View of Banff

Banff, Alberta is a town, a resort town

Banff is a town, a resort town, the Calgary International Airport in Alberta within Banff National Park, was settled first after the transcontinental railway in the 1880s, remains in Canada, experiences a subarctic climate. Banff played host to the 2...
Fort Henry-Laslovarga  .JPG

Fort Henry, Ontario is located in Ontario in Kingston

Fort Henry is located in Ontario in Kingston, is administered by Parks Canada, has been designated in 2007 as a National Historic Site of Canada, has been commemorated as a national historic site of Canada. Fort Henry was built the wrong way around t...
Beauport as seen from Île d

Beauport, Quebec City is a northeastern suburb of Quebec City

Beauport is a northeastern suburb of Quebec City was established in 1634, was merged into Quebec City. The city's historic district contains homes and many interesting churches, Bélanger-Girardin House, a National Historic Site of Canada. Annual eve...