Get To Know Iqaluit, Canada

Get To Know Iqaluit, Canada

Nunavut’s largest and capital city, Iqaluit was once known as the Frobisher Bay – the same name of its adjacent bay. Having the lowest population in Canada, it is situated along the coast of Baffin Island. It was first established by Nakasuk, the founder of the city,...
Get To Know Yellowknife, Canada

Get To Know Yellowknife, Canada

The capital and largest district of the Northwest Territories of Canada, Yellowknife metropolitan name was said to be derived from the ‘Copper Indians’ or ‘Yellowknife Indians’, a local Dene tribe, who used to trade copper deposits in the region. However, the city is...
Fast facts about Edmonton

Fast facts about Edmonton

Fast Facts: Edmonton is considered as the second largest and capital city of the Alberta province of Canada. Located along the North Saskatchewan River, the city is also known as the fifth largest municipality in Canada. Residents of the area are commonly called...
Fast Facts About Ottawa

Fast Facts About Ottawa

Fast Facts: Founded in 1826, Ottawa’s two major regions are the Gatineau and the National Capital Region (NCR). The metropolitan is known as the fourth largest and the capital city of Canada. Moreover, records say that the city’s original name was Bytown and was only...
Fast Facts About Victoria

Fast Facts About Victoria

Fast Facts: Recorded as one of the Pacific Northwest’s oldest cities, Victoria is located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island Landmarks: Empress Hotel, The British Columbia Parliament Buildings and the second oldest Chinatown after San Francisco’s Etymology: Named...