Our project is dedicated to improving articles and coverage related to Canada in a fair and accurate manner, with an emphasis on subjects with national significance. Some project goals are to help improve vital articles, continue developing quality standards, maintain and expand templates, lists, portals and categories in a manner that helps users browse the articles that fall under this project's scope. Editors are encouraged to participate in the more regional and/or topic specific Canadian Wikiprojects.
As of 18 October 2018, there are 109,918 articles within the scope of WikiProject Canada, of which 237 are featured and 579 are good articles. This makes up 1.92% of the articles on Wikipedia, 2.71% of all featured articles and lists, and 2.02% of all good articles (see: Canadian Featured content). Including non-article pages, such as talk pages, redirects, categories, etcetera, there are 310,290 pages in the project.
The following is a list of Wikiprojects which focus on a specific topic within the scope of Canada.
The outlines are hierarchical lists of topics. Each outline summarizes an entire subject, and Wikipedia's coverage of it, such as Canada, one of its provinces or territories, or a city. Each outline serves as a guide to its subject, and as a table of contents or site map of Wikipedia on that subject.
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Good article nominees
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Portals may be placed in the See also section of Canadian related articles, there are topic/regional specific portals available.See: List of Canadian portals
Navigational templates may be placed at the bottom of Canadian related articles, there are topic/regional specific navboxs available. See: Category:Canadian navigational boxes
Books may be placed in the see also section of related articles. See Category:Book-Class Canada-related articles for more Canadian related books.
Templates used to help identify small Canada-related articles, there are topic/regional specific stubs. See: Wikipedia:WikiProject Canada/Stub templates
Add the following template to your user page to give yourself quick links to main Canada projects and project pages.
Add one of the following templates to your user page to indicate your participation in Wikiproject Canada.
For more Canada userbox templates, please see Wikipedia:Userboxes/Location/Canada.
Both of these awards can be given by any user to any other user who you think is worthy. See also: Wikipedia:Awards
Use type=Red to give a user a small kudos for a useful series of edits that you saw them make or for one particularly clever edit that deserves mention. The type=Silver level is for completion of a major initiative, such as writing a featured article about Canada or standardising a series about one Canada-related topic. The type=Gold level is awarded for a user that you have seen put months or years of hard work into all aspects of Canada-related articles.