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Canada is the second largest country in the world by surface area, with six time zones and ten provinces. More than two thirds of Canada’s population live in an area comprising just four percent of the country’s land mass, meaning that the vast majority of the country is relatively sparsely populated. Canada is a popular destination for people emigrating from the India and so the chances that you know someone, or are perhaps related to someone who is now living in Canada are fairly high. If you need to send a parcel to Canada from the India, perhaps a birthday present or a reminder of home, then one of the best ways to do it at low cost and without any hassle is by using a courier.

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CANADA’S TOP 10 MOST POPULOUS CITIES

10. Kitchener, Ontario In Southern Ontario, Kitchener is home to four municipal business parks: the Bridgeport Business Park, Grand River West Business Park, Huron Business Park and Lancaster Corporate Centre. The largest, the Huron Business Park, is home to a number of industries, from seat manufacturers to furniture components.
9. Winnipeg, Manitoba The capital and largest city of Manitoba, Winnipeg is has a diversified economy that includes finance, manufacturing, transportation, food and beverage production, retail and tourism. Winnipeg had the third-fastest growing economy among Canada’s major cities in 2009, according to the Conference Board of Canada.
8. Hamilton, Ontario A port city, Hamilton has become known as the Steel Capital of Canada, as sixty percent of Canada’s steel is produced in Hamilton by Stelco and Dofasco. One of North America’s most profitable steel companies, Dofasco has approximately 7,300 employees at its Hamilton plant and produces over four million tons of steel annually, representing about 30% of Canada’s flat rolled sheet steel shipments.
7. Quebec City, Quebec Quebec City is one of the oldest cities in North America. The provincial capital of Quebec, Quebec City jobs are concentrated in public administration, defense, services, commerce, transport and tourism. About 10% of jobs are in manufacturing, which produces pulp and paper, processed food, metal/wood items, chemicals, electronics and printed materials.
6. Ottawa, Ontario The capital of Canada, Ottawa became known as “Silicon Valley North” during the technology boom of the late 1990s and early 2000s. Public Service of Canada and the high-tech industry generate the most jobs. Ottawa is the Canadian home to technology heavyweights Bell Canada, Cisco Systems, Hewlett-Packard, Huawei Technologies and IBM.
5. Edmonton, Alberta The capital of Alberta, Edmonton is a cultural, governmental and educational centre and plays host to a year-round world-class festivals, earning it the title of “The Festival City.” Edmonton is home to North America’s largest mall, West Edmonton Mall. With the oil sands so close, Edmonton is a major centre for the oil and gas industry.
4. Calgary, Alberta The largest city in Alberta, Calgary is also largely an oil and gas city. The large oil and gas companies are BP, EnCana, Imperial Oil, Suncor Energy, Shell Canada, and TransCanada who call Calgary home produce 87% of Canada’s oil and natural gas and 66% of the coal.
3. Vancouver, British Columbia Home to the Most Successful Winter Games ever, Vancouver is a world-class city renowned for its quality of life. Vancouver has ranked highly in worldwide “livable city” rankings for more than a decade. Vancouver is vital port city used to ship products between Asia, Canada and Europe. Vancouver industry also includes forest product, mining and, increasingly, software development, biotechnology and film.
2. Montreal, Quebec Montreal’s economy is the second largest of all cities in Canada and an important centre of commerce, finance, industry, technology and culture. Montreal is the headquarters of the Montreal Exchange. The Port of Montreal is the largest inland port in the world. As a railway hub, Montreal is the headquarters of Canadian National Railway and was home to Canadian Pacific Railway until 1995.
1. Toronto, Ontario No surprise here. Toronto is the seventh most populous city in North America and Canada’s economic capital. Toronto’s leading economic sectors include finance, business services, telecommunications, aerospace, transportation, media, arts, film, television production, publishing, software production, medical research, education, tourism, engineering/construction, and sports industries. Toronto is also a major centre of higher education and research, home to many colleges and universities, including the University of Toronto. One of the world’s most diverse cities, Toronto is home to the Toronto Stock Exchange, the Financial District and many of Canada’s largest corporations. Toronto is an important centre for the media, publishing, telecommunication, information technology and film production industries. Major English-language Canadian television networks, including the national public broadcaster Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), the largest private broadcaster CTV, and the flagship stations of Citytv and Global all operate out of Toronto.