As of Dec 2010, Saskatchewan is the fastest-growing province in Canada, with 1.5 per cent population growth in the past year.
Way to go Saskatchewan!!
someone else back me up on this, but I highly believe it is British Colombia.
Edmonton is not a province- it is the capital city of the province of Alberta, Canada.
The largest province in canada is Quebec
Ontario is a province not city
OIL. Everyone is moving there to get in on the oil boom.
The Royal Empress Tree.
According to the website, yes, Boston Pizza is Canada's fastest growing casual dining chain. See 'related links'.
i don't know about Canada i don't really think so...but in the U.S it is growing a lot
As well as being Canada's newest and most northerly capital, Iqaluit is also Canada's fastest growing community. Although Iqaluit is the most northerly capital city in Canada, it is the capital of a territory, not a province. Edmonton, Alberta is Canada's most northerly provincial capital.
In the U.S. and Canada, yes. In the world; I don't know.
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Canada is a country, not a province. The capital of Canada is Ottawa in the province of Ontario.