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Canada (Hudson Bay)


On this page you will find a map of Canada (Hudson Bay) and some information about the country. The map is a detail of a Map of the World published by Planet Poster Editons in Germany.


This Map of the World costs 11.50 Euros, it is described in detail at (only in German) and can be ordered at


Official name of country: Canada

Official script of the country: Latin/Latein, Inuktitut (Inuktitut, in Nunavut)

Capital: Ottawa.

Number of inhabitats: see


Map of Canada (Hudson Bay)


Map of Canada (Hudson Bay) with surrounding areas. - Landkarte von Kanada (Hudson Bay). - Mapa de Canada (Bahia de Hudson). - Carte du Canada (Baie de Hudson).


Canada's capital is Ottawa, the biggest cities are Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver. Flights to Canada usually go to one of these urban centres.
Canada is the second largest country of the world. Because the names of the localities in our map would not be readable, we subdivided the maps and present several pages - for the other maps please click in the list of North and Central American countries below.
The Hudson Bay is located in the middle of Canada. Because of its large size it is one of the most striking structures on every North American map. In Inuktitut the Hudson Bay is called Kangiqsualuk Ilua. The largest part of the bay belongs to the Province of Nunavut, including the islands, but excluding the southern and eastern coasts which belong to Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec. In the north are located the islands of Southampton and Coats, in the south the Belcher Islands (in Inuktitut Qikiqtak) with its capital Sanikiluaq, in the James Bay in the very south Akimski Island.
Few settlements are located at the coast of the Hudson Bay: Coral Harbour (in Inuktitut Sallit), Repulse Bay (Naujaat), Chesterflied Inlet (Igluligaardjuq), Kangiqliniq (Rankin Inlet), further inside Baker Lake (Qamanittuaq), following the coast southwards Whale Cove (Tikirarjuaq), Arviat, Churchill, Fort Severn, Winisk, Attawapiskat, Fort Albany, Moosonee, Waskaganish, Eastmain, Wemindji, Chisasibi, Radisson, Kuujjuarapik, Umiujaq, Inukjuak, Puvirnituq, Akulivik and Ivujivik.
The official languages of Canada are English, French and Inuktitut. Inuktitut is official only in the province of Nunavut, French and English all over the country, although French is primarily spoken in Québec. There are many more native languages in Canada, however without official status in any region. In our map however, we have given the native American names of the localities in the Northern Territories next to the English names. It is quite possible that in the near future these native names will gain official status.
In contrast to French and English, Inuktitut is not written with the Latin alphabet, but with the Inuktitut alphabet consisting of 14 consonants combined with the vowels a, i, u and none each. In our Canada maps, the Inuktitut spellings of the localities are given in those parts of the country where the Inuktitut names are of importance (Nunavut and some adjacent areas).
Tourism is locally of high importance in Canada. We would appreciate more detailed information, also about tourism, sea voyages, beach holidays, flights, or individual tours to Canada.


Links to all maps in North and Central America:

Antigua and Barbuda   Aruba [NL]   Baffin Bay [~~~~~]   Bahamas   Barbados   Beaufort Sea [~~~~~]   Belize   Bermuda [UK]   Canada (Alberta)   Canada (Baffin Island)   Canada (British Columbia)   Canada (Ellesmere Island)   Canada (Hudson Bay)   Canada (Manitoba)   Canada (Newfoundland and Labrador)   Canada (Northwest Territories)   Canada (Nunavut central)   Canada (Nunavut north)   Canada (Nunavut west)   Canada (Ontario)   Canada (Quebec)   Canada (Yukon Territory)   Caribbean Sea (west)   Caribbean Sea [~~~~~]   Cayman Islands [UK]   Costa Rica   Cuba   Dominica   Dominican Republic   Dutch Antilles [NL]   El Salvador   Greenland (northeast)   Greenland (northwest)   Greenland (south)   Grenada   Guatemala   Gulf of Mexico [~~~~~]   Haiti   Honduras   Hudson Bay [~~~~~]   Jamaica   Labrador Sea [~~~~~]   Mexico   Nicaragua   Panama   Puerto Rico [US]   Saint Kitts and Nevis   Saint Lucia   Saint Vincent and the Grenadines   Trinidad and Tobago   United States (central)   United States (northeast)   United States (southeast)   United States (Texas)   United States (west)   United-States (Alaska)  


Links to all continents:

Afrika   Antarktis   Asien   Australien/Ozeanien   Europa   Nord- und Mittelamerika   Südamerika   World




This is our Map of the World with original scripts (original size 70 x 100 cm), from which the detailed map shown above has been cut out. The numbers of city inhabitants and vegetational zones were researched by hand for every country, by using the sources listed below. This procedure prevented the map from containing traditional errors provoked by simply copying such information from previous maps.

The map can be ordered for 11.50 Euros (+ postage and packing) at


Sources on which the information contained in this map is based:


The vegetational base map was aligned with satellite pictures from Google Earth.

The official names of the countries are quite well researched at

Also here you can find information on the geography of many countries:

The numbers of inhabitants of the cities were taken from

And the mountain peak altitudes were largely derived form


This is the link to the sitemap, where all areas with maps are linked.



The Map of the World was compiled by F. Welter-Schultes (Planet Poster Editions, Göttingen, Germany). Copyright (c) 2006 R. Krätzner & F. Welter-Schultes.

Commercial reprints of detailed maps like this one, including on commercial web pages, are not principally excluded, but require explicite permission of the publisher. We will be pleased to grant such a permission, prices are individually negociable and certainly not too expensive.
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Reprints for non-commercial purposes are even less complicated - but also in these cases please inform the publisher in advance, and in any case mention the source