Ontario, lying in the east-central part of Canada, is home to the nation’s capital city of Ottawa. It is Canada’s most populated province, accounting for nearly half its population, more than 13.5 million. Ontario shares its borders with the great lakes and with the U.S in the south.
Ontario is a very well educated province in Canada. In fact, 64% of its residents between the ages of 25 and 64 have received post-secondary education. In Ontario, higher education is offered by universities, colleges of applied arts and technology, colleges and private career colleges (PCCs), and the province is home to over 23 public universities and 24 colleges.
Better known sights in Ontario are the Victorian architecture of Parliament Hill, home of the federal government, and the National Gallery, featuring Canadian and indigenous art.
The province has a large entertainment and creative industry, which is the third largest in North America behind California and New York. Many well-known celebrities hail from Ontario including current Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, actor Ryan Gosling, and singers like Bryan Adams, Justin Bieber, Drake, Avril Lavigne, Shania Twain, and The Weekend.
Capital city: Ottawa
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