Immigration to Canada
Canada is a large and diverse country made up of ten provinces and three territories. Canada has traditionally been divided into five main geographic regions: Atlantic Canada, Central Canada, the Prairie Provinces, the West Coast and the North. Canada's population of approximately 32 million people has historically been concentrated within 250 km of the U.S. border, with the most populous region of the country being Central Canada.
Canada's capital city is located in Ottawa, Ontario with major population centers located in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton. Canada has a large francophone population. The majority of the Quebec population is composed of francophones.