Especially their divisions in the United States. Now, for completeness sake, here they are for Canada (based on a map from Wikipedia):
Newfoundland is its own nation, as it was founded as one of the earliest English colonies in North America. And indeed, Newfoundland has been considerably independent. In fact, it was its own dominion in the British Empire separate from Canada, and almost became a separate country before being joined with Canada. Today, this is visible in the oddity of “Newfoundland Time“, a time zone offset from Atlantic Time in the Maritimes by 30 minutes (ahead). Newfoundland greets the new year before anywhere in North America.
Most of the European-derived nations hug the U.S. border, being situated south of the vast “First Nation”. This is because despite its size, Canada is sparsely populated:
Most of its people are concentrated in two bands, along the eastern Great Lakes/St. Lawrence River and in the Prairie Provinces.
Canada’s much more Left-leaning political nature vis-a-vis the United States should be hardly surprising.