Canada and the United States share one of the largest contiguous borders in the world. Canada is diverse with mountains in the west, plains in the central regions, and lowlands in the southeast.
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, Ontario, the seat of Wellington County, 45 miles (72 km) west of Toronto. The Speed and Eramosa rivers join here.

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Quebec, (French: Quebec ), a province of eastern Canada. It is bordered by Ontario, New Brunswick, and the Labrador part of Newfoundland and, in the south, by the states of New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine.

Geography of Canada

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