Linux Around The World: Canada

Last Updated on February 20, 2023

CanadaOffical Languages: English, French
Population: 38.5 million
Capital: Ottawa
Largest City: Toronto
Major Industries: Commercial banking, gasoline and petroleum bulk stations, IT consulting, healthcare

Canada is a country in North America sharing a land border with the United States in the south and in the northwest. It borders the Atlantic Ocean in the east, the Pacific Ocean in the west and the Arctic Ocean in the North.

User Groups

LocationLinux User Group
CalgaryCLUG: Calgary Linux Users Group
HalifaxNSLUG: The Nova Scotia Linux User Group is a low-key Linux Users Group which occasionally hosts a series of technical events.
KitchenerKWLUG: The Kitchener-Waterloo Linux User Group is a monthly meeting of Linux, Free Software, Open Source and technology enthusiasts.
Owen SoundBGLUG: The Bruce Grey Linux Users Group was founded in 2000 to bring local Linux users together and to help newcomers to Linux
Quebec CityLinuQ: is an association for the promotion of free software in the Quebec region.
PeterboroughPLUG: Peterborough Linux User Group is a small but enthusiastic group of Linux users.
ReginaLOSURS: Linux/Open Source Users of Regina, Saskatchewan is a users' group for users of Linux and open source open source operating systems, including FreeBSD and GNU HURD.
VancouverVanLUG: Vancouver Linux User Group has been serving the Vancouver Linux community for many years promoting both Linux and free/libre/open-source software (FLOSS).
VictoriaVLUG: Victoria Linux Users Group is a community of Linux users in Victoria, British Columbia.

Did You Know? Canada and the USA share the longest international border in the world.

Canada has more than 3 million lakes. That’s more than all other countries combined.

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