Canada Coastline

Canada Coastline


Canada has the longest coastline in the world, stretching for 125,567 miles (202,080 km).


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Canada, the second-largest country in the world by total area, is comprised of ten provinces and three territories. Canada also has the longest total coastline among all of the countries of the world. The country's 202,080 km long coastline fronts on the Pacific Ocean to the west, the Atlantic Ocean to the east, and the Arctic Ocean to the north. Most of the Canadian provinces and territories, except for Alberta and Saskatchewan, have their respective coastlines.

The coastline of the country exhibits varied landscapes across different parts of the country, and most shoreline types are present around the Canadian coastlines, except for such tropical and subtropical ecosystems as mangrove swamps and coral reefs.


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