Central Canada

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Central Canada (sometimes the Central provinces) is a region consisting of Canada's two largest and most populous provinces: Ontario and Quebec.wikipedia
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Ontario

Ontario, CanadaONProvince of Ontario
Central Canada (sometimes the Central provinces) is a region consisting of Canada's two largest and most populous provinces: Ontario and Quebec.
Located in Central Canada, it is Canada's most populous province, with 38.3 percent of the country's population, and is the second-largest province in total area.

Quebec

QuébecProvince of QuebecQC
Central Canada (sometimes the Central provinces) is a region consisting of Canada's two largest and most populous provinces: Ontario and Quebec.
It is historically and politically considered to be part of Central Canada (with Ontario).

Eastern Canada

Canada EastEasternEastern Canadian
Geographically, they are not at the centre of the country but instead overlaps with Eastern Canada toward the east.
Ontario and Quebec define Central Canada, while the other provinces constitute Atlantic Canada.

Canada

CanadianCANCanadians
Central Canada (sometimes the Central provinces) is a region consisting of Canada's two largest and most populous provinces: Ontario and Quebec.
In turn, these may be grouped into four main regions: Western Canada, Central Canada, Atlantic Canada, and Northern Canada (Eastern Canada refers to Central Canada and Atlantic Canada together).

Quebec City–Windsor Corridor

Quebec City-Windsor CorridorQuebec City – Windsor CorridorCorridor
The southern portions of the two provinces — particularly the Quebec City–Windsor Corridor — are the most urbanized and industrialized areas of Canada, containing the country's two largest cities, Toronto and Montreal, and the national capital, Ottawa.
Because of the moderating influence of the Great Lakes and the frequent influx of warm, moist air from the Gulf of Mexico, the corridor—particularly the western half—has a markedly warmer climate than the rest of central Canada.

Provinces and territories of Canada

ProvinceCanadian provinceprovincial
Central Canada (sometimes the Central provinces) is a region consisting of Canada's two largest and most populous provinces: Ontario and Quebec.

Canadian Confederation

ConfederationConfederation of CanadaFather of Confederation
Before Confederation, the term "Canada" specifically referred to Central Canada.

Winnipeg

Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg, CanadaWinnipeg, MB
The longitudinal centre of Canada passes just east of Winnipeg, Manitoba; the geographic centre of Canada is located near Baker Lake, Nunavut.

Manitoba

MBManitoba, CanadaProvince of Manitoba
The longitudinal centre of Canada passes just east of Winnipeg, Manitoba; the geographic centre of Canada is located near Baker Lake, Nunavut.

Geography of Canada

Canadian GeographyExtreme points of Canadaphysical and ecological
The longitudinal centre of Canada passes just east of Winnipeg, Manitoba; the geographic centre of Canada is located near Baker Lake, Nunavut.

Baker Lake, Nunavut

Baker LakeBaker Lake, Northwest TerritoriesBaker Lake Inuit Heritage Centre
The longitudinal centre of Canada passes just east of Winnipeg, Manitoba; the geographic centre of Canada is located near Baker Lake, Nunavut.

Southern Ontario

SouthernGreat LakesOntario
Southern Ontario was once called Upper Canada and later Canada West, and southern Quebec Lower Canada and later Canada East.

Upper Canada

UpperProvince of Upper CanadaUpper Canadian
Southern Ontario was once called Upper Canada and later Canada West, and southern Quebec Lower Canada and later Canada East.

Lower Canada

LowerProvince of Lower CanadaLower Canadian
Southern Ontario was once called Upper Canada and later Canada West, and southern Quebec Lower Canada and later Canada East.

Canada East

Eastern section
Southern Ontario was once called Upper Canada and later Canada West, and southern Quebec Lower Canada and later Canada East.

House of Commons of Canada

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They are represented in the House of Commons of Canada by 199 Members of Parliament (Ontario: 121, Quebec: 78) out of a total of 338.

Toronto

Toronto, OntarioToronto, CanadaToronto, ON
The southern portions of the two provinces — particularly the Quebec City–Windsor Corridor — are the most urbanized and industrialized areas of Canada, containing the country's two largest cities, Toronto and Montreal, and the national capital, Ottawa.

Montreal

Montreal, QuebecMontréalMontreal, Canada
The southern portions of the two provinces — particularly the Quebec City–Windsor Corridor — are the most urbanized and industrialized areas of Canada, containing the country's two largest cities, Toronto and Montreal, and the national capital, Ottawa.

Ottawa

Ottawa, OntarioOttawa, CanadaOttawa, ON
The southern portions of the two provinces — particularly the Quebec City–Windsor Corridor — are the most urbanized and industrialized areas of Canada, containing the country's two largest cities, Toronto and Montreal, and the national capital, Ottawa.