Canadian cities are cities that can be founded by the Canadian civilization in Civilization VI: Gathering Storm. The first city founded is the Capital6 Capital, and the names of future cities are chosen at random from the list below.

The names listed are default names; players can change their cities' names if they choose.

Capital: Ottawa

Possible City Names:

City Name Notes
Toronto Capital of Ontario and Canada's largest city; formerly a city-state
Montréal Largest City in Québec; Iroquois city in Civ 5
Quebec City Capital of Quebec province; 8th largest city; city-state in Civ 5
Hamilton Industrial port city on Lake Ontario; 9th largest city
Winnipeg Capital of Manitoba
Halifax Capital of Nova Scotia
Saint John Port city in New Brunswick; Canada's oldest incorporated city
Vancouver Largest city in British Columbia; City-state in Civ 5
Victoria Capital of British Columbia
Kingston City in eastern Ontario, former and first capital of the United Province of Canada
Brantford City in southwestern Ontario; Alexander G. Bell (Great person in Civ 4, Rev and 5) invented the telephone there
Windsor Major industrial centre of southern Ontario, southernmost city in Canada, across from Detroit
Charlottetown Capital of Prince Edward Island; Site of Canadian Confederation
Calgary Largest city in Alberta; 4th largest city
Sherbrooke City in southern Québec
Guelph City in Ontario
Peterborough City in Central Ontario near the Otonabee River
Valleyfield Colloquial name of Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Quebec
Edmonton Capital of Alberta; 5th largest city
Trois-Rivières City in Quebec
Stratford Town in Ontario, famous for its summer theatre festival
Saint Catharines City in Ontario
Waterloo City in Ontario
Saint Hyacinthe[1] Town in southwestern Québec
Saint John’s[2] Capital of Newfoundland and Labrador; easternmost city in Canada
Dawson City City in Yukon; site of the Klondike Gold Rush
Belleville Town in Ontario
Chatham City in Ontario
Saskatoon Largest city in Saskatchewan
Moncton Largest city in New Brunswick
Mississauga City in Ontario, satellite of Toronto and one of the largest cities in Canada
Brockville City in Ontario
Regina Capital city of Saskatchewan
Red Deer City in Alberta
Brandon City in Manitoba
Sault Sainte Marie[3] City in Ontario
Lethbridge City in Alberta
Saint-Lin Colloquial name of Saint-Lin-Laurentides, Quebec; birthplace of Wilfrid Laurier
Whitehorse Capital of Yukon
Thunder Bay City in Ontario
  1. Correct name is "Saint-Hyacinthe".
  2. Correct name is "St. John's".
  3. Correct name is "Sault Ste. Marie".
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