Biggest Cities by Most Populated Canadian Regions (with map)
Canada may be a massive country, but its population is very concentrated in a small amount of land. I've highlighted four of the most notable population areas on the map below, name the ten largest cities in each of them!
I was inspired to make from my other quiz on Canadian cities which are not near the American border. It got me thinking about how so many Canadians live in the Quebec City-Windsor Corridor. I was thinking about other similar regions across Canada, and I came up with these four main regions.
Each of these regions are fairly isolated from one another due to geography, most notably the Canadian Shield and the Canadian Rockies. Travel between the Corridor and Atlantic Canada, as well as the Prairies and Vancouver, is lengthy, yet doable by car. On the other hand, travelling from the Prairies to the Corridor is best done by air, despite how expensive it may be.
The Canadian Prairies were one of the last places in Canada to be settled by Europeans. The majority of people here are descended from more recent immigrants, who came to buy land (there was no significant east to west migration). Indigenous Canadians are also significant in numbers, in cities and rural areas. Common food staples here include beef and pierogies (the latter due to the Polish and Ukrainian populations). Many Low German speaking Mennonites and Hutterites have colonies here.
I probably should have just made this a blog... :P