Canada is one of the richest and diverse countries in the world and it attracts a lot of people from all over the world who want to live, work and invest here. Canada is home to 38 million people and it is estimated that over 70% of all Canadians live in urban areas. It is also estimated that there are 26 doctors per 10,000 people in Canada. At birth, an average person has a life expectancy of about 83 years. The capital city of Canada is Ottawa, which was designated as the capital of Canada by the Queen of England - Victoria. Read more articles below or use the navigation to your left.


Banff National Park

Banff National Park Facts

Located in Alberta - Canada, Banff National Park is a natural paradise. It is Canada's first national park (oldest) and the third largest in the world. The park covers an extensive variety of terrain, including glaciers, towering mountain ranges, lakes and a variety of wildlife.


Greater Sudbury Facts

The city of Greater Sudbury is one city in Northern Ontario blessed by nature with minerals, lakes, a meteor crater and much more.

RCMP Facts

The RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) is Canada's federal police force. They were founded in 1873 by Sir John A. Macdonald, the first Prime Minister of Canada.

flag of Canada

The Canadian Flag Facts

Our friends abroad have always asked us about the history of Canada’s national flag, why is the Canadian flag red and white and a host of other questions...


Canadian Army Regiments Facts

The Canadian Armed Forces has many military regiments, and we list many of them in this article - former and current.

All Things Ottawa

Ottawa Facts

Ottawa is the capital city of Canada and is home to 1 million people. It is the 6th largest city in Canada by population...