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Encyclopedia > Extreme communities of Canada

This is a list of the extreme communities in Canada. They are further east, north, south or west than any other community, though they are generally not further than the extreme points of Canada. Map of Canada Canada occupies most of the upper half of the continent of North America, spanning a vast expanse of territory between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans and between the United States to the south and northwest, and the Arctic Ocean and Beaufort Sea to the North. ...

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Canada

Alert is the northernmost permanent settlement in the world. ... Beaver Creek is a community in Yukon, Canada. ...

Alberta

  • North: Indian Cabins
  • West: Cherry Point
  • South: Coutts
  • East: Empress

Coutts is the most important Canada - US border crossing west of Vancouver and east of Toronto. ... Empress is a village in southern Alberta north of Medicine Hat. ...

British Columbia

Lower Post is an aboriginal community in northwestern British Columbia, Canada, located on B.C. highway 97, the Alaska Highway, approximately 15 miles from Watson Lake, Yukon. ... East Sooke is an unincorporated community situated south of Sooke, British Columbia, Canada. ...

Manitoba

Flin Flon, Manitoba-Saskatchewan (pop. ... Emerson is a town in south central Manitoba, population 655. ...

New Brunswick

Dalhousie is a town in northern New Brunswick, Canada, where the Restigouche River flows into the Baie des Chaleurs. ... Cape Tormentine is the name for a cape which extends into the Northumberland Strait in southeastern New Brunswick, forming the easternmost point in the province. ...

Newfoundland and Labrador

  • North: Hebron
  • West: Labrador City
  • South: St. Shotts
  • East: Blackhead

The mission at Hebron, Labrador, around 1860. ... Orthographic projection over Labrador City Labrador City, Newfoundland and Labrador Labrador City is a small town in western Labrador (part of the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador), near the Quebec border. ...

Northwest Territories

Aklavik (Barren-ground grizzly place) is a community located 68°13 North latitude and 135°00 West longitude in the territory of Northwest Territories, Canada, with a population of 748 as of the 2000 census. ... Fort Smith is a community in the Northwest Territories, Canada. ...

Nova Scotia

  • North: Meat Cove
  • West: Westport
  • South: The Hawk
  • East: Main-√†-Dieu

The village of Westport, Nova Scotia in Digby County, Nova Scotia is located on Brier Island in the Bay of Fundy. ...

Nunavut

Alert is the northernmost permanent settlement in the world. ... Kugluktuk (formerly Coppermine, and originally spelled Qurluqtuq) is located in Nunavut, Canada, on Coronation Gulf, southwest of Victoria Island. ... Qikiqtarjuaq (Broughton Island), Nunavut, Canada off of Baffin Island in Davis Strait. ...

Ontario

  • North: Fort Severn
  • West: Ingolf
  • South: Pelee Island South
  • East: Curry Hill

Fort Severn First Nation is located on the Hudson Bay and is the most northerly community in Ontario, Canada. ...

Prince Edward Island

  • North Seacow Pond
  • West: West Cape
  • South: High Bank
  • East: East Point

Quebec

  • North: Ivujivik
  • West: Pointe-Pich√©
  • South: North Derby
  • East: Blanc-Sablon

Saskatchewan

Lloydminster is a Canadian city which has the unusual geographic distinction of straddling a provincial border. ... The name given to the Canadian side of a border crossing on the Saskatchewan and Montana border. ... Fertile, Saskatchewan A small farming hamlet in South-eastern Saskatchewan, Canada, located 3 miles west of the Manitoba border and 40 miles north of the U.S border in the rural municipality # 31. ...

Yukon

  • North: Pauline Cove
  • West: Beaver Creek
  • South: Contact Creek
  • East: Contact Creek

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