Provincial Information Chart - The Old Schoolhouse

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Provincial Information Chart

 

A quick print provincial info sheet that gives some basic details about each province and territory in Canada. This fact chart provides a resource for quick reference to learn the two letter provincial short-form, capital city, date the province entered in confederation, the population (July 2018 status), and the official language for each province.

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 Province Postal ISO Capital Entered Confederation Population Official Language

 Ontario

ON  Toronto 1867 13,167,894. English

 Quebec

QC  Quebec City 1867 7,886,108. French

 Nova Scotia

NS  Halifax 1867 940,482. English

 New Brunswick

NB  Fredericton 1867 751,273. English, French

 Manitoba

MB  Winnipeg 1870 1,232,654. English

 British Columbia

BC  Victoria 1871 4,510,858. English

 Prince Edward  Island

PE  Charlottetown 1873 141,551. English

 Saskatchewan

SK  Regina 1905 1,041,729. English

 Alberta

AB  Edmonton 1905 3,724,832. English

 Newfoundland &  Labrador

NL  St. John’s 1949 510,901. English

 Northwest  Territories

NT  Yellowknife 1870 43,529. English, French, and many native dialects

 Yukon

YT  Whitehorse 1898 34,246. English, French

 Nunavut

NU  Iqaluit 1999 32,900. Inuinnaqtun, Inuktitut,
English, French

 

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