Canadainfo – Issue #1

Welcome To Canada!

An introduction about our information guide about Canada. You will find facts about moving, visiting, working or studying in Canada, and what makes our country so unique from any other country in the world.

  • Canada is a truly multicultural country with rich ethnic diversity, and we are proud of it! Canada is the second-largest country in the world, aside from Russia.
  • The Canadian flag is the symbol of the nation’s integrity, it represents the cultural heritage of the country, but also signifies hope, tranquillity, neutrality, and peace.
  • Canada’s sports consist of a variety of games, the most common sports in Canada are ice hockey, lacrosse, football, soccer, baseball, curling, basketball.
  • Canada’s drinking water is the second cleanest water in the world.

*All data in Issue 1 is from 2020-2021

General Facts About Canada

Canada was founded in July 1, 1867

The British Parliament passed the British North America Act in 1867. The Dominion of Canada was officially born on July 1, 1867. Until 1982, July 1 was celebrated as “Dominion Day to commemorate the day that Canada became a self  governing Dominion. Canada is a country in the northern part of North America. Its ten provinces and three territories extend from the Atlantic to the Pacific and northward into the Arctic Ocean. 

Here are some more general facts, such as total population, language, largest mountain, currency, time zone, biggest cities, etc.

  • Canada touches three oceans, Pacific to the west, Atlantic to the east, Arctic to the north.Population: 37,742,154  (Populations fluctuates regularly)
  • Capital: Ottawa
  • Biggest City: Toronto
  • Highest Mountain: Mount Logan – 5,959 meters above the Pacific Ocean
  • Land area: 9,984,670 km2
  • Biggest Lake: Great Bear Lake (Largest lake entirely within the Northwest Territory
  • Canada Day:  July 1, Established in 1867
  • Government: Federal parliamentary constitutional monarchy
  • Prime minister: Justin Trudeau | Liberal Party
  • Currency: Canadian Dollars (CAD)
  • Official language: English and French
  • Member of Nato: Yes
  • National song: “O’ Canada”
  • Country Number/Prefix: +1
  • Country Code: CA
  • Most of Canada operates on Standard Time from the first Sunday in November (clocks go back 1 hour)  to the second Sunday in March. Then operate on Daylight Saving Time (clocks go ahead 1 hour) for the rest of the year.
    Canada is divided into six time zones: 
    1. Newfoundland Standard Time – NST
    2. Atlantic Standard Time – AST
    3. Eastern Standard Time – EST
    4. Central Standard Time – CST
    5. Mountain Standard Time – MST
    6. Pacific Standard Time – PST

Immigration Information

Visiting Canada

Canada welcomes you as a tourist, student, or temporary worker. Every year, more than 5 million people visit Canada to enjoy the many opportunities that the country has to offer.

Work Temporarily

Every year, thousands upon thousands of foreign workers enter Canada to work temporarily in jobs that help fill Canada’s shortages.

Study

More than 130,000 students come to study in Canada every year and even more come to Canada to learn English or French. Foreign students bring a rich culture to our classrooms.

Immigration

Immigrating to Canada is an exciting opportunity. However, there are several things you should consider before you apply to be a permanent resident. If you want to immigrate to Canada, there are a few different ways to apply. You will need to find out which immigration program will work best for you and/or your family. To begin the process, fill out the FREE immigration assessment at: https://jobcanada.org/immigration-assessment

Refugees

Refugees and people needing protection are people in or outside Canada who fear returning to their home country. In keeping with its humanitarian tradition and International obligation, Canada provides protection to thousands of people every year.

Some things to consider that will be needed to come to Canada.

  • Personal Data
  • Education
  • Spouse Education (if applicable)
  • Language skills
  • Experience in Canada
  • Settlement funds
  • Reason for coming to Canada
  • And more!

For a FREE Immigration Assessment and to connect with a reputable full-service Registered Immigration Consultant

Canadian Geography

Canadian Provinces  (West To East)

  • British Columbia
  • Alberta
  • Saskatchewan
  • Manitoba
  • Ontario
  • Quebec
  • Newfoundland- Labrador
  • Prince Edward Island
  • Nova Scotia
  • New Brunswick

Canadian Territories (West to East)

  • Yukon Territory
  • Northwest Territories
  • Nunavut Territory
A map of Canada

Canada’s Political Parties

Canadian Political Parties hold power in the Canadian system of Government. The Canadian Parliamentary system would not properly function without them. The Political parties are organizations that pursue to control the Government, and participants in public affairs by nominating candidates for election. By voting, Canadian citizens help make a difference in Canada.

Justin Trudeau

Erin O’Toole

Jagmeet Singh

Yves-François Blanchet

Maxime Bernier

Annamie Paul

As of January 1st, 2021

Religion’s within Canada

  • Christian
  • Catholic
  • Baptist
  • Anglican
  • Christian Orthodox
  • Aboriginal
  • Lutheran
  • Pentecostal
  • Jehovah Witness
  • Presbyterian
  • United Church
  • Buddhist
  • Hindu
  • Jewish
  • Muslim
  • Sikh
  • Traditional
  • Spirituality
  • Non-demominatal
  • More*

*Our nation is becoming increasingly religiously diverse

Arriving to Canada Checklist

  • Find a place to live. (Full service immigration consultant can assist you)
  • Tour your community
  • Find a grocery store
  • Proof you have funds to support yourself and your family
  • Find a financial institution (bank or trust company)
  • Bring your accommodation letter
  • Study and learn the English language. Or improve your English skills
  • Bring documentation of marital status
  • Bring your Passport/travel documents
  • Bring your Visa, and study or work permits if applicable, immigration documents, bank balance letter, and credentials
  • Bring a copy of your travel Insurance-Printed copy of your policy
  • Bring your Drivers Licence or some form of government ID
  • Make friends and be kind to yourself
  • Bring all prescriptions ( Labelled)
  • Bring your motor vehicle insurance letter for insurance discounts
  • Copy of your student transcripts (if applicable)
  • Suitcase with toothbrush, toothpaste underwear, shirts, pants, pajamas, socks, shoes, travel towel.
  • If you are moving during the winter months, you will need:
  • Sweater, long pants, warm hat, gloves, scarf, warm coat and warm boots.
  • If you are moving in the summer months, you will need:
  • Light shirts, shorts or light pants, shoes, sandals, summer hat, and sunscreen
  • If you are moving in Spring or Fall you will need: A raincoat, rain boots/shoes, light jacket, umbrella
  • Get a local cell phone plan
  • If you have a pet(s) bring your pet care documents (Vaccination records)

Airport Cities In Canada

City, ProvinceAirport Name/TypeCode
Mississauga, OntarioPearson International AirportYYZ
Vancouver, British ColumbiaInternational AirportYVR
Calgary, AlbertaInternational AirportYYC
Montreal, QuebecTrudeau International AirportYUL
Ottawa, OntarioInternational AirportYOW
Edmonton, AlbertaInternational AirportYEG
Halifax, Nova ScotiaStanfield International AirportYHZ
Victoria, British ColumbiaInternational AirportYYJ
St. John’s, Newfoundland-LabradorInternational AirportYYT
Kelowna, British ColumbiaInternational AirportYLW
Thunder Bay, OntarioInternational AirportYQT
London, OntarioInternational AirportYXU
Fredericton, New BrunswickInternational AirportYFC
Abbotsford, British ColumbiaInternational AirportYXX
Windsor, OntarioInternational AirportYQG
Gander, Newfoundland-Labrador International AirportYQX
Fort McMurray, AlbertaInternational AirportYMM
*There are several smaller airports not listed above, also available throughout Canada

Immigration Assistance

At JobCanada.org we can assist you with your Immigration and/or employment needs.

To work, study or visit Canada there are procedures which must be met.

For a FREE Immigration Assessment visit: https://jobcanada.org/immigration-assessment.php

JobCanada.org, will connect you to a very reputable, full service. Registered immigration consultant to assist you further, let you know if you qualify to come to Canada

Job Assistance in Canada

JobCanada.org experts are experience helping people achieve goals!

Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, Canada was in a major labour shortage expected to last 10 years.
The pandemic soured our unemployment rate, and it is slowly reducing once again.

Ensure you are eligible to work in Canada. Get your FREE Immigration Assessment at: https://jobcanada.org/immigration-assessment.php

IF you are eligible to work in Canada…
A Canadian cover letter cv/ resume and is only part of the beginning to a successful search.

For a FREE Resume/CV Assessment, email your current cover letter and cv/resume to resources@jobcanada.org (Note: Word or PDF format. Include FREE Resume Assessment in subject line of the email)

Since 1989 we have been helping job seekers and Canadian companies achieve goals, we will review your resume/cv and cover letter at No Cost to let you know if it is good as is, or changes are needed for proper exposure in-front of potential Canadian Employers, and to pass through the computerized resume checking systems, which many Canadian companies use.

IF changes are needed to help you with your success, you will have the option of booking a consultation to further discuss your cover letter/resume/skills, job search, etc. Consultation fee will be discussed, and your consent is required prior to moving forward.

IF you would like your resume/cv and cover letter revamp done for you the cost is from $275Cdn to $975Cdn, includes valuable Canadian job finding tools, techniques and methods.

Did you know your cover letters should be unique to each job you apply to? When done correctly, it gets the Recruiter/Employer to read your CV/Resume.

We know finding a job is a job on its own
Finding work in Canada requires an effective Canadian Cover Letter and Resume/CV
Nowadays there are literally thousands of cover letters and CV/resume templates available online, but not all are effective. Some will give you NO chance of success.

All employers/recruiters want applicants truly interested in the open position, their company, or at least the industry. Candidates with interest and conscientious/hard workers with good work ethics are welcomed by many employers.

Do your passion and you will more than likely look forward to being at work, feel happier and more fulfilled!

Don’t know your passion? Career Coaching at JobCanada.org can help from $249Cdn – $1,979Cdn

We look forward to helping you achieve your goals!

Need more information? Contact us at: https://jobcanada.org/contact.html

Some Employment categories available in Canada

  • Bilingual
  • Computers/IT
  • Careers/Progressive
  • Drivers
  • General Help
  • Medical
  • Office
  • Restaurant/Hotel
  • Retail
  • Sales
  • Seasonal/Temporary
  • Skilled/Technical
  • Teachers
  • Entrepreneurs/Business opportunities

GCF ( Goodwill Community Foundation) LearnFree.org

GCF-Goodwill Community Foundation, is a free online education service for everyone.

You have the freedom to learn what you want 24 hours a day, and it is free. Technology, Computers, Microsoft Office, Excell, Word, Language, and Math. Resource: GCFLearnFree.org

English is Canada’s first language. French is Canada’s second language- highly used in Quebec. However, not all Canadians speak French. All English-language schools in Canada teach French as a second language. It helps students better understand Canada’s history and francophone culture. Canada is a multicultural/multilingual  country with many nationalities and languages. Below are a few free second language websites:

www.duolingo.com

With a free mobile app or web and a few minutes a day, everyone can Duolingo. Learn 30 plus languages online with bite-size lessons based on science.

https://www.memrise.com

Join millions of people who are already learning for free on memrise!! It’s fast, it’s fun and it’s mind-boggling effective.

Canadian Holidays/ Celebrations 2021

HolidayDateWhere in Canada it is Observed
New Year’s DayJanuary 1All across Canada
Family DayFebruary 15Alberta, British Columbia, New Brunswick, Ontario, Saskatchewan
St Patrick’s DayMarch 17All across Canada
Good FridayApril 2All across Canada
Easter MondayApril 5All across Canada
Mother’s DayMay 9All across Canada
Victoria DayMay 24All across Canada
Father’s DayJune 20All across Canada
Canada DayJuly 1All across Canada
Civic HolidayAugust 2Ontario
Labor DaySeptember 6All across Canada
Thanksgiving Day October 11All across Canada
HalloweenOctober 31All across Canada
Remembrance  DayNovember 11All across Canada
Christmas DayDecember25All across Canada
Boxing DayDecember 26Alberta, New Brunswick, Nova, Scotia, Ontario
Boxing DayDecember 28Newfoundland & Labrador

Universal Health Care

The universal health-care system is paid through our taxes. Provinces, and territories provide free emergency medical services, even if you do not have a government health card. Immigration restrictions apply.

Resources: Understand how health care works in Canada.

Full service registered immigration firm can help you answer all your questions.

To be connected to a reputable full service registered immigration firm, fill out and submit Free Assessment at: https://jobcanada.org/immigration-assessment.php

Health And Welfare

Suicide is on the rise throughout the world, including Canada. Please take the necessary steps to get help immediately.  Reach out to your doctor, counselor, family members or anyone you know that can help.  Call the suicide prevention for help. The Canada Suicide Prevention Services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. 1-833-456-4566

Put your well-being first. There are programs that focus on health promotion, illness prevention, and family violence prevention. No matter where you live in Canada, support is never far away.

Resources: crisisservicecanada.ca

Wellness is priceless!

Our bodies have the innate ability to heal IF properly supported

Wellness begins with proper: Sleep / Hydration / Nutrition / Exercise / Destress / Supplementation / Cellular supplementation

The discovery of Redox Molecules is a 5-time Nobel Prize-winning technology

Redox Molecules are in each of our 75 trillion cells, and are the foundation of healthy cell function.

When we reach puberty they start to deplete, approximately 10% per decade at age 20, and even a higher % above age 50. And more-so with injury and/or toxins.

Redox Signaling Molecules assists in LIVING YOUNGER LONGER through Cellular Health from the inside out & the outside in, healthy mitochondria, cellular level that turns on the body’s ability to heal itself.

Consuming Redox Signaling Molecules detects, replenishes, rejuvenates, restores cells that are depleting/depleted.

It is 100% natural!

View testimonials at: 

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Click on the topic of What’s Important To You… 

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To learn more about Redox Signaling Molecules, keeping your cells well and wellness, and/or a business opportunity as an Associate to help others.

List of Regular Expenses

Some costs can be Weekly, Bi-Weekly, Monthly and Occasional

Food – Groceries and restaurants
Shelter – Rent or Mortgage, Insurance, Repairs, Maintenance, Taxes, and Utilities. Some rentals are all inclusive
Transportation – Vehicles, Gasoline, Car Insurance, Repairs, Maintenance, and/or Public transportation
Household – Phone, Internet, Cable, Child care (if applicable), and Cleaning supplies
Furniture and/or home appliances
Personal care – Hygiene supplies, Clothing, Footwear, Jewelry, Dry cleaning, Hairdresser/Barber, Supplements, Prescriptions, Dentists, Optometrists, Sports, Travel, Additional education, Entertainment, Chiropractor, Natural Alternative Integrated Doctors, Massage Therapy, etc.

Benefits of Living In A Big City

  • Business opportunities
  • Attractions
  • Night life
  • Cultural restaurants
  • Shopping malls
  • Transportation
  • Colleges & Universities
  • Entertainment

Cities foreigners commonly settle in

Toronto, Ontario, Is the largest city in Canada. Toronto has skyscrapers downtown, beautiful valleys, gardens, parks, museums, and waterfront. The CN Tower, 553 metres high, is one of the main attractions of Toronto, with a moving restaurant overlooking the city.

Montreal, Quebec, is the most popular city in Canada, and it is French speaking. After the second World War, the economic boom attracted new immigrants, transforming Montreal into a diverse multicultural city.

Vancouver, British Columbia, is famous for its seafood, especially salmon. Vancouver is surrounded by water, and breathtaking mountain scenery.

Benefits of Living In A Small Community

  • Strong connection with the community
  • Lower property taxes
  • Lower cost of living
  • Lower crime rates
  • Peaceful and quiet
  • Usually less expensive to buy or rent somewhere to live

Some small cities to live in

Sydney, Nova Scotia

Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador

Moncton, New Brunswick

Trois-Rivières, Québec

Brandon, Manitoba

There are 5,162 cities, towns, villages, hamlets, etc. in Canada according to Statistics Canada 2016 Census.

Average Cdn $ Cost of New Vehicles throughout Canada

VehicleLow PriceHigh Price
Mini Clubman$29,900.00$41,090.00
Mercedes Benz A Class$37,800.00$49,800.00
Chevrolet Malibu$25,448.00$38,048.00
Honda Civic Sedan$23,400.00$29,200.00
Kia Sorento$33,995.00$47,495.00
Subaru Forester$28,995.00$40,095.00
Ford Super Duty F-600 DRW$55,059.00$66,345.00
Chevrolet Colorado$27,598.00$47,998.00
GMC Sierra 3500 HD$47,698.00$77,498.00
Subaru Impreza$19,995.00$31,795.00
BMW 4 series$53,650.00$64,450.00
Audi RS 5 Sportsback$87,400.00And up
In general, vehicle costs and information varies throughout Canada. Prices are from January 1st, 2021

Average Cost of Rent In Cities

CityOne BedroomTwo Bedroom
North York, On$1,945.00$2,459.00
Toronto, On$1,922.00$2, 531.00
Vancouver, BC$1,901.00$2,712.00
Mississauga, On$1,877.00$2,150.00
Etobicoke, On$1,861.00$2,306.00
Burlington, On$1,849.00$2,043.00
York, On$1,753.00$2,272.00
Richmond, BC$1,671.00$2,126.00
Burnaby, BC$1,648.00$2,247.00
Vaughan, On$1,638.00$2,051.00
Scarborough, On$1,632.00$1,958.00
Ottawa, On$1,592.00$1,991.00
Guelph, On$1,587.00$1,920.00
Brampton, On$1,567.00$1,892.00
New Westminster, BC$1,565.99$2,021.00
Victoria, BC$1,561.00$2,058.00
Hamilton, On$1,491.00$2,106.00
Oshawa, On$1,487.00$1,577.00
Montreal, QC$1,474.00$1,883.00
Kitchener, On$1,492.00$1,652.00
Halifax, NS$1,392.00$1,861.00
Kingston, On$1,384.00$1,668.00
St. Catharines, On$1,313.00$1,510.00
Calgary, AB$1,198.00$1,472.00
London, On$1,175.00$1,601.00
Winnipeg, MB$1,095.00$1,432.00
Windsor, On$1,092.00$1,580.00
Edmonton, AB$1,031.00$1,282.00
Grand Prairie, AB$984.00$1,168.00
Quebec City, QC$952.00$1,211.00
Regina, SK$950.00$,1125.00
Lethbridge, AB$949.00$1,104.00
Saskatoon, SK$918.00$1,096.00
Red Deer, AB$911.00$1,023.00
Lloydminster, AB$749.00$897.00
Prices are as of January 1st, 2021

Helpful Tips


When renting or buying, it is important to have content insurance.

It is important also to have additional health and life insurance to protect you, and your family.

Colleges And Universities

UniversityLocation
Yukon UniversityWhitehorse, Yukon
Thompson rivers UniversityKamloops, British Columbia
Mount Royal UniversityCalgary, Alberta
University of saskatchewanSaskatoon, saskatchewan 
University of ManitobaWinnipeg, Manitoba
McMaster UniversityHamilton, Ontario
Concordia UniversityMontreal, Quebec
Memorial UniversitySt. John’s, Newfoundland
University of Prince Edward IslandCharlottetown, Prince Edward Island
Mount Allison UniversitySackville, New Brunswick
Dalhousie UniversityHalifax, Nova Scotia
Canada has several of Colleges and Universities throughout the country, above is only a few listed
CollegesLocation
Aurora CollegeNorthwest Territories
Langara CollegeVancouver, British Columbia 
Red Deer CollegeRed Deer, Alberta
Campion CollegeRegina, Saskatchewan
Red River CollegeWinnipeg, Manitoba
George Brown CollegeToronto, Ontario
Dawson CollegeMontreal Quebec
Western CollegeStephensville, Newfoundland
Holland CollegeCharlottetown, Prince-  Edward Island
New Brunswick CollegeFredericton, New Brunswick
University of King’s CollegeHalifax, Nova Scotia
Canada has several of Colleges and Universities throughout the country, above is only a few listed

Canada COVID 19 Cases

May 18, 2021

View past COVID Numbers in Canada.

ProvincesCases
Canada1,014,373
British Columbia104,920
Alberta153,194
Saskatchewan34,763
Manitoba34,487
Ontario364,537
Quebec317,364
Newfoundland and Labrador1,203
New Brunswick2,073
Nova Scotia4,827
Prince Edward Island192
Yukon84
Northwest Territories121
Nunavut624
Resource: Covid 19-Public Health https://health-infobase.canada.ca/

COVID-19 VACCINES

Canada has 4 Authorized vaccines

Speak with your health professional about any serious allergies or other health conditions you may have before you receive this vaccine.

Types of vaccines

  • mRNA vaccines 
  • Viral vector-based vaccines

About the vaccines, how it works, how it is given, ingredients, allergies, possible side effects, safety monitoring. Note: CanadaInfo.org does not endorse any of the vaccines. Please ask your doctor what vaccine would work best for you.

FAQ & Answers about the COVID-19 Vaccine

No, the COVID-19 vaccine cannot give you COVID-19 or any other infectious disease. None of the Health Canada approved vaccines so far are live vaccines, meaning that they do not contain the virus that causes COVID-19.
It is important to remember that it typically takes a few weeks for the human body to build immunity after vaccination. That means it is possible for a person to become infected with the virus that causes COVID-19 just before or just after vaccination. This is because the vaccine has not had enough time to provide protection. Even if you receive the vaccine, please continue to follow the public health measures to keep you, your loved ones and your community safe.

Similar to medications and other vaccines, the COVID-19 vaccines can cause side effects. The most common side effects include soreness at the injection site on your arm, a bit of tiredness, chills and/or a mild headache as the vaccine starts to work. During the clinical trials, the most frequent side effects were mild and resolved within a few days after vaccination. These types of side effects are expected and simply indicate the vaccine is working to produce protection.
As with any medicines and vaccines, allergic reactions are rare but can occur after receiving a vaccine. Symptoms of an allergic reaction include hives (bumps on the skin that are often very itchy), swelling of your face, tongue or throat, or difficulty breathing. Most serious reactions will occur shortly after injection, and clinic staff are prepared to manage an allergic reaction should it occur. If you are concerned about any reactions you experience after receiving the vaccine, contact your health care provider. You can also contact your local public health unit to ask questions or to report an adverse reaction.

However, should you develop any of the following reactions within three days of receiving the vaccine,
seek medical attention right away or call 911:

  • hives
  • swelling of the face or mouth
  • trouble breathing
  • very pale colour and serious drowsiness
  • high fever (over 40°C)
  • convulsions or seizures
  • other serious symptoms (e.g., “pins and needles” or numbness)

It’s possible that vaccines won’t stop or significantly lessen the chances of infection. But injections might make infected people less able to pass the virus on, or make them less infectious, and so reduce transmission.

The journey to wellness can be overwhelming, with so much information to understand

Redox Molecules are in each of our 75 trillion cells, and are the foundation of healthy cell function.
The discovery of Redox Molecules is a 5-time Nobel Prize-winning technology
For nearly 2 decades, Universities, Pharmaceutical companies, and individual teams of Scientists had been working to recreate Redox Molecules outside the body.


The breakthrough technology was achieved in 2009. Led by Atomic Medical Physicist which is 10 years ahead of its time. The only company to stabilize Redox Molecules outside the body in a consumable form.
Consuming Redox Molecules restores cellular function, allowing the body to heal itself. 100% natural, native to the body. It detects, replenishes, rejuvenates, restores cells that are depleting/depleted.


Redox Signaling Molecules assists in LIVING YOUNGER LONGER through Cellular Health from the inside out & the outside in, healthy mitochondria, cellular level that turns on the body’s ability to heal itself.
Learn more about keeping your and/or your family cells well

Canadian Weather

Canada has four distinct seasons: Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall.

Daytime summer temperatures can rise to 35°C and higher, while lows of -25°C are not uncommon in winter depending in which part of the country. Summers can be hot and dry on the prairies, humid in central Canada, and milder on the coasts.

Winter in Canada

February is the coldest month in most places across Canada, but the fact is compensated by plenty of winter festivals and winter activities to keep people busy. Some provinces celebrate a public holiday in February called Family Day.

Spring in Canada

Spring is a rainy season in many parts of Canada. Make sure you have an umbrella or a raincoat to stay dry. In some areas average daytime temperatures are about 8°C in March and rise slowly through the rest of the season

Summer in Canada

From June to August, Canadian summers mean outdoor fun. With varying levels of humidity, temperatures range between 59–95°F (15–35°C). The far north is a bit cooler, but also boasts exceptionally long days at the height of summer.
Canada is so hot in the summer because warm winds from the south are carried over on ocean currents and deposited on the land, the further away from the ocean the warmer it is because inland places like central Newfoundland don’t have a balance of cold and warm winds.

Fall (Autumn) in Canada

Most of Canada sees precipitation during fall, but wetter than normal fall across southern and central British Columbia, along the central and southern Rockies, and across southern Alberta.

Common Conversions You Need To Know

Butter

CupsTablespoonsOuncesGrams
1/4 cup4 Tbsp2 oz57 g
1/3 cup5 Tbsp + 1 tsp2.67 oz76 g
1 cup16 Tbsp8 oz227 g

Flour/Sifted

CupsTablespoonsOuncesGrams
1/4 cup4 Tbsp1.06 oz/ 0.95 oz30g/27g
1/3 cup5 Tbsp + 1 tsp1.41 oz/ 1.23 oz40g/35g
1/2 cup8 Tbsp2.12 oz/ 1.94 oz60g/55g
1 cup16 Tbsp4.24oz/ 3.88oz120g/110g

Granulated Sugar

CupsTablespoonsOuncesGrams
1/4 cup4 Tbsp1.76 oz50 g
1/3 cup5 Tbsp + 1 tsp2.29 oz65 g
1/2 cup8 Tbsp3.5 oz100 g
1 cup16 Tbsp7 oz200 g

Brown Sugar/ Firmly Packed

CupsTablespoonsOuncesGrams
1/4 cup4 Tbsp1.59 oz45 g
1/3 cup5 Tbsp + 1 tsp2.12 oz60 g
1/2 cup8 Tbsp3.2 oz90 g
1 cup16 Tbsp6.4 oz180 g

Water

CupsTablespoonsOuncesGrams
1/4 cup4 Tbsp2 oz57 g
1/3 cup5 Tbsp + 1 tsp2.67 oz76 g
1/2 cup8 Tbsp4 oz114 g
1 cup16 Tbsp8 oz227 g

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