Category: Newfoundland and Labrador

  • St. John’s Facts

    St. John’s Facts

    The beautiful and historic city of St. John’s is the capital city of Newfoundland and Labrador. There are a lot of people that live in the city, and the population is just over 100,000. St. John’s was first established as a town in 1699 when York Governor Richard Whitbourne built a fort on 18 hectares of land in […]

  • Northwest Territories Facts

    Northwest Territories Facts

    Located in Northern Canada, the Northwest Territories are bordered by Yukon to the west, Nunavut to the east, and Alberta, British Columbia, and Saskatchewan to the south. All three territories were created from parts of Rupert’s Land when British Imperial authorities divested themselves of their North American territories following the end of the American Revolutionary War. 1. Northwest Territories joined Canada in […]

  • Newfoundland Labrador Facts

    Newfoundland Labrador Facts

    Newfoundland and Labrador is a Canadian province located in Atlantic Canada. The province is one of the four Maritime provinces. It is bordered by Quebec’s Gaspésie and Notre-Dame Mountains and Nova Scotia. Newfoundland and Labrador have a population of 537,890 (2011 Census), representing about 3% of Canada’s total population. One thing to note about Newfoundland and Labrador is […]