Are there Canadian islands to live on similar to Hawaii. Like they have large population and modern life?
- Karen LLv 72 months ago
Have you not looked at a map? Vancouver Island. Newfoundland. Prince Edward Island. You can google those names to find out how many people live on them. They are not like Hawaii in any way, being too far north to have the same vegetation, except that they are islands with people living on them, a fair number of people. There are more islands in Canada on which people live, but they don't have what most people would call a large population. There are very few parts of Canada that do not have modern life, if by that you mean electricity, running water, paved roads and so on. When people in Canada don't live in a place with modern conveniences, it's usually because they chose that way of living.
- capitalgentlemanLv 72 months ago
Sure. Montreal is an island. Vancouver Island has some cities, and also palm trees, so, it might be a lot like Hawaii. The south end of it is very populated. It is also beautiful as well.
- martinLv 72 months ago
Victoria, Canada, is a beautiful place to live. It is densely populated, has a lot of cultural advantages, and is very educated and modern.
- Old Man DirtLv 72 months ago
Canada does have several large islands and some of them do have a reasonable population and modern life. I don't think any of them are tropical.
Here is a link to a list of Canadian Islands (larger ones):
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- Jay PLv 72 months ago
Even though this is a troll question, you may want to check on the history of Turks and Caicos and Canada. There has been talk in the past, even within the last decade, of the island chain becoming part of Canada.
- L. E. GantLv 72 months ago
You could always choose other ex-British colonies that are on islands... in the Carribean, the South Pacific, etc.
Most have all mod cons and reasonable sized populations and are civilized, unlike the USA.