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Canadian Geography

Victoria (vk-tr-e), city (1991 pop. 71,228), provincial capital, SW British Columbia, part of the Capital Regional District (1976 pop. 230,000), on VANCOUVER ISLAND and Juan de Fuca Strait.
Edmonton (dmen-ten), city (1991 pop. 616,741), capital of Alberta, W Canada, on the North Saskatchewan R.
Regina (r-jne), city (1991 pop. 179,178), provincial capital, S Saskatchewan, W Canada, on Wascana Creek and Lake.
Winnipeg (wne-pg), city (1991 pop. 616,790), provincial capital, Manitoba, W Canada, at the confluence of the Red and Assiniboine rivers.
Toronto (te-rnto), city (1991 pop. 635,395), provincial capital, S Ontario, part of the municipality of metropolitan Toronto (1986 pop. 3,427,168), on Lake Ontario.
Quebec (kw-bk), city (1991 pop. 167,517), provincial capital of Quebec, part of the Qubec urban community (1981 pop. 576,075), on the St. Lawrence R.
Fredericton (frdrk-ten), city (1991 pop. 46,466), capital of New Brunswick, E Canada, on the St. John R. Wood products are a major manufacture.
Halifax (hle-fks), city (1991 pop. 114,455), capital of Nova Scotia, E Canada, overlooking one of the world's great natural harbors.
Charlottetown (shrlet-toun), city (1991 pop. 15,396), capital, chief port, and only city of Prince Edward Island, E Canada.
Saint John's (jnz), city (1991 pop. 95,770), provincial capital, SE Newfoundland, E Canada, overlooking a fine harbor.
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