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9,970,6I0 km² (3,849,674 miles²) - Population: 31,281,000 people
Land boundaries: 8,893 km
USA  8,893 km (includes 2,477 km with Alaska)
Coastline: 243,79I km
Provinces and Territories
of Canada
are in different
time Zones
I) Hotel Pages
2) Business Pages
3) White Pages
4) Google Pages
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+1 613 941 6900
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phone system
North American Numbering Plan
local calls
no area code inside
the same area

national long distance
national prefix: I
area code: ---
(always 3 digits)
number: --- ----
(always 7digits)


international calls
international prefix: 011
example:
calling from Canada
to Phonebook of the World
in France
+33 I 422I IIII  Phonebook of the World
011 33 1 4221 1111
11 rue des IIaIIes
PAR
IS1er


exeption !   
calling from Camada
to USA or the Caribbean
(1 --- --- ----)
are also part of the
North American
numbering Plan (NANP)

usefull numbers
operator 00
directory assistance 411
call the Canadian operator
from outside Canada
+1 416 555 1212

Fire / Police 911


calling from abroad

to Canada
+1 --- --- ---- (10 digits
after the country code)

map of Canada

Toronto City Pass

USA / Canada and Russia
are the only regions of the world to have one digit country codes,

The North American system is specific
the United States, Canada and the Caribean Islands
as if they were one country
all have the same country code
+ 1
the North American numbering plan is different from the rest of the World
it is difficult to know
which area code belongs to which Province,
see listing below
Banff Springs, BanffChateau Frontenac, Quebec

Phonebook of North America.com
Canada

divided into
Provinces
Capital: Ottawa

1867 Dominion of Canada
build in between
New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario and Quebec

political
Head of State
Queen Elisabeth II

Government of Canada
seat of the Prime Minister of Canada
Prime Minister

Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Ministry of Economy
Ministry of Arts & Culture
Ministry of Education

Languages: English, French

British Isles origin 40%,
French origin 27%,
other European 20%,
indigenous Indian and Eskimo 1.5%


economy:
GNP $774.7 billion
GNP/person $24,800
currency 1 Canadia $ = 100 Cents
home to 0 out of the I00
home to 15 out of the 500
largest companies of the World


national holiday: Independence Day/Canada Day, July 1 (1867)

geography
Mount Logan 5.950 m, hihgest mountain of Canada
Mount Logan (5.950m)


Atlanitic, Pacific,
North Polar Coast
larges lake
largest river

access to neighbors
west: Pacific
north:
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east: Atlantic
south:
Phone Book of America.com
 
 

visit Toronto, largest city of Canada and capital of Ontario (2,503,000 people)

visit Montreal, 2nd largest city of Canada (1,620,000 people)

visit Calgary, 3rd largest city of Canada (1,019,000 people)

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