Live Webcams in Canada

Live webcams in Canada stream cities, ski resorts, hotels, nature, mountains, lakes, national parks and attractions of the largest country in North America by land area. Live webcams will show the current weather in cities, ski resorts and national parks in Canada right now. Webcams are live, and some of them broadcast images with sound. Popular live webcams are located at the top of the broadcast list. A map of live webcams will show the exact location of each webcam in Canada.

Brief information about Canada

Canada is the largest country in North America by land area and the second largest country in the world after Russia. Canada occupies most of the North of North America and borders the USA in the south, the state of Alaska in the north-west, has maritime borders with Denmark (Hans Island) in the north-east and with France (the overseas community of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon) in the east, and is washed by the Arctic Ocean in the north and north-east, the Atlantic Ocean in the south-east and the Pacific Ocean in the west.

Canada has a land area of 9,984,670 sq km and a population of over 40.5 million.

The capital of Canada is the city of Ottawa, located on the banks of the Ottawa River in eastern Ontario, 100 kilometres north of the border with New York State and 380 kilometres northeast of Toronto.

The national currency is the Canadian dollar.

The official languages of Canada are English and French.

The economy of Canada is one of the most developed in the world due to natural resources and close economic ties with the USA. The main sectors of the Canadian economy are: industrial production, automobile manufacturing, aircraft manufacturing, agriculture, logging, ferrous and non-ferrous metallurgy, financial services, and natural resource extraction. Canada produces oil, gas, iron ore, nickel, gold, silver, uranium, copper, aluminium and much more. In recent years, the information technology and biotechnology industries have been booming. Electricity plays a huge role in the economy. Canada is one of the top 10 countries in the world in terms of electricity generation.

Tourism plays an important role in the country’s economy. About 17 million tourists from all over the world visit Canada every year, bringing more than 17 billion US dollars to the country’s economy.

Climate in Canada

Canada’s climate is diverse and varies from region to region and geographically. The country has several major climate zones: a temperate oceanic climate on the west coast, a continental climate in the central and eastern regions, and an arctic climate in the northern regions of the country.

Average winter temperatures range from -5°C to -15°C in the southern regions and -20°C to -40°C in the northern regions of Canada. Average summer temperatures range from +15°C to +25°C in the southern regions and +5°C to +15°C in the northern regions. In the southern regions, summers can be quite warm, with temperatures increasing to +30°C or higher. In the northern regions of Canada, it is not unusual for winter to be very cold with extremely low temperatures of -50°C and even lower.

Precipitation is uneven, ranging from 400 mm in the north to 1,500 mm per year in southwestern Canada. Strong winds and even hurricanes are not unusual along the Pacific coast.

Attractions in Canada

Canada is a popular tourist destination for residents of the USA and Europe. The main tourist centres of the country are Vancouver, Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal. Beautiful nature, famous waterfalls, Great Lakes, national parks and unique museums attract millions of tourists from all over the world.

Canada’s top attractions include:: Niagara Falls, the Rocky Mountains, Banff National Park in Canada, Vancouver Island with its spectacular scenery and wildlife, Quebec City, which is one of the oldest cities in North America, Parliament Hill in Ottawa, 553, The 3-metre-high CN Tower, the tallest television tower in the Western Hemisphere, the Basilica Notre-Dame de Montreal in the historic centre of Montreal, the Quebec Fortress in Quebec City, the neo-Gothic Casa Loma Castle in Toronto, and Cabot Tower in St. Denis, Quebec. Cabot Tower in St John’s.

Popular museums in Canada include: the Canadian Museum of History in Ottawa, the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa, the Royal Ontario Museum, the Canadian Museum of Civilization in Quebec City, and the Canadian Museum of Nature in Ottawa.

Beaches in Canada

Canada is known for its mountains, glaciers, and the best ski resorts in North America, as well as its harsh and snowy winters. During the summer, Canada will delight tourists with its warm, sunny climate and gorgeous beaches, some of which are considered the most beautiful in the world.

Some of the most beautiful and popular beaches in Canada include: Skaha Beach in the province of British Columbia, Parley Beach in New Brunswick, Long Beach in Tofino, British Columbia, Manitou Beach in Saskatchewan, Lawrencetown Beach in Nova Scotia, Wasaga Beach on the shores of Lake Huron in Toronto, Grand Bend Beach in the city of the same name in Ontario, Ingonish Beach in Nova Scotia and Indian Head Cove Beach in Ontario.