Extreme communities of Canada
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This is a list of the extreme communities in Canada and its provinces and territories. They are further east, north, south or west than any other community, though they are generally not further than the extreme points of Canadian provinces. The record latitude (in degrees north) or longitude (in degrees west) is given.
|Canada||Alert, Nunavut||82°29′50″||Beaver Creek, Yukon||140°52′46″||Middle Island, Ontario||41°40'||Blackhead, Newfoundland and Labrador||52°39′26″|
|British Columbia||Lower Post||59°55'||Pleasant Camp||136°27'||East Sooke||48°21'||Corbin||114°29'|
|Alberta||Indian Cabins||59°52'||Cherry Point||119°57'||Coutts||49°00′23″||Lloydminster*||110°00′|
|Saskatchewan||Waterloo Lake||59°38'||Lloydminster*||110°00′||West Poplar||49°00'08"||Fertile||101°27′02"|
|Ontario||Fort Severn||56°00′37″||Ingolf||95°07'||Middle Island||41°40'||Curry Hill||74°23'|
|Quebec||Ivujivik||62°25′0″||Pointe-Piché||79°31'||Elgin or Hinchinbrooke***||44°59′30″||Blanc-Sablon||57°07'|
|New Brunswick||Dalhousie||48°03'||Connors||68°49'||White Head||44°37'||Cape Tormentine||63°47'|
|Prince Edward Island||Seacow Pond||47°01'||West Cape||64°24'||High Bank||45°58'||East Point||61°58′|
|Nova Scotia||St. Paul Island (uninhabited)||47°12′10″||Westport||66°21′06″||The Hawk||43°23′30″||Main-à-Dieu||59°51′|
|Newfoundland and Labrador||Hebron||58°12′06″||Labrador City||66°55′13″||St. Shotts||46°37′41″||Blackhead||52°39′26″|
|Yukon||Old Crow, Yukon
Pauline Cove (last permanent residents left in 1987)
|67°57′ (Old Crow)||Beaver Creek||140°53'||Contact Creek||60°00'||Contact Creek||127°43'|
|Northwest Territories||Sachs Harbour||71°59′||Aklavik||135°0′||Fort Smith||60°00′||Łutselk'e||110°44′|
*Lloydminster lies on the Alberta/Saskatchewan border. Farthest east entirely within Alberta is Empress (110°0′22″W). Farthest west entirely within Saskatchewan is Govenlock in the southwest part of the province.
**Flin Flon lies on the Saskatchewan / Manitoba border, however, the southeastern part of Saskatchewan is located much further to the east than Flin Flon.
**The Canada-US border bends below 45°N in the region; the very southernmost point is where the Châteauguay River crosses the border.
- "Lower Post". British Columbia Travel and Discovery. Retrieved June 11, 2011.
- "Deh Cho Trail (12-14 days)". Travel Alberta Canada. Retrieved June 11, 2011.
- "GG's Yukon tour announced". CBC News. February 4, 2011. Retrieved June 11, 2011. "Yukon's northernmost community, Old Crow"
- "Main". Old Crow official website. Retrieved June 11, 2011. "We are also the only Yukon community located north of the Arctic Circle."