The prairie provinces are Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta.
Canada formed to make a country with four Provinces Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia New Brunswick on July 1st 1867. The four provinces listed above are the foundation of Canada and provinces weren't as big as they used to be.
The three provinces that produce most of Canada wheat are Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. Saskatchewan produces over 60% of the total wheat produced in Canada.
Alberta, Saskatuwan, Manitoba, Ontario
Alberta and Saskatchewan are the two Canadian provinces that have no coastline.
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The maritime provinces & Quebec are the poorest provinces in Canada.
The provinces of Québec, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and New Bruswick all have coastline on the Gulf of St Lawrence, which is part of the Atlantic Ocean.
Canada does not have states. Canada has provinces.
There are 13 provinces in canada
Canada, which has the longest coastline of any country, at over 200,000 km.
Canada is divided in to provinces and territories!
Canada has the largest coastline then Indonesia and then Australia
Canada has the longest coastline of any country.
There are 10 provinces and 3 territories in Canada
Canada has 10 provinces...not three.