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The article lists non-Canadian places that have a Canadian place named after them. In the case of this list, place means any named location that's smaller than a county or equivalent: cities, towns, villages, hamlets, neighborhoods, municipalities, boroughs, townships, civil parishes, localities, Census Designated Places, and some districts. Also included are country homes, castles, palaces, and similar institutions.

Note that only one place in Canada is given for each non-Canadian place. Places named indirectly are also included. That is, places named for something, such as a battle, that is named for a foreign city. However, places named after people are not on this list, even if that person's name can be traced back to a city. For this reason, cities such as Halifax and Strathmore are not on the list.

Some places have an indeterminate etymology, where it is known that they are named for a city in a particular country, but there is more than one place with that name and the etymology does not distinguish which one. These entries have "needs disambiguation" in their notes section.

Places that have namesakes because they are biblical or prominent in ancient history are grouped in the section Ancient world, below the list of countries.

Afghanistan[edit | edit source]

City Namesake Notes
Kandahar Kandahar, Saskatchewan [1]

Australia[edit | edit source]

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Melbourne Melbourne, Ontario [2]
Richmond, New South Wales Richmond, British Columbia [3]

Austria[edit | edit source]

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Vienna Vienna, Ontario [2]

Belgium[edit | edit source]

City Namesake Notes
Brussels Bruxelles, Manitoba [4]
Ghent Ghent, Alberta [5]
Langemark Langemarck Township, Ontario[6] commemorates the Battle of Langemarck (1917)[7]:131
Mesen (French: Messines) Messines, Quebec WWI commemorative name: Battle of Messines (1917) and Battle of Messines (1918)[7]:130
Mons Mons Township, Ontario[8] WWI commemoration[7]:131
Namur Namur, Quebec  
Passendale Passchendaele, Nova Scotia commemorates the Battle of Passchendaele[7]:131
Waterloo, Belgium Waterloo, Ontario named after the Battle of Waterloo[2]
Ypres Ypres Township, Quebec[9] named in commemoration WWI battles[7]:129

Bulgaria[edit | edit source]

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Pleven Plevna, Ontario [2]
Varna Varna, Ontario [2]

Chile[edit | edit source]

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Valparaíso Valparaiso, Saskatchewan [7]:117

China[edit | edit source]

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Dalian Dalny, Manitoba [4]

Czech Republic (Czechia)[edit | edit source]

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Karlovy Vary (German: Karlsbad) Carlsbad Springs, Ontario [2]

Denmark[edit | edit source]

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Copenhagen Copenhagen, Ontario [2]

Fiji[edit | edit source]

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Levuka Levuka, Saskatchewan[10] [1]

Finland[edit | edit source]

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Suomenlinna (Swedish: Sveaborg) Sweaburg, Ontario [2]

France[edit | edit source]

City Namesake Notes
Azincourt Agincourt, Toronto named after the Battle of Agincourt [2]
Bellegarde-sur-Valserine Bellegarde, Saskatchewan [1]
Cambrai Cambray, Ontario [2]
Cannes Cannes, Nova Scotia [11]
Clermont-Ferrand Clermont, Capitale-Nationale, Quebec  
Denain Denain Township, Quebec[12] WWI commemorative name[7]:129
Dieppe Dieppe, New Brunswick named after the Dieppe Raid[13]
Domrémy-la-Pucelle Domremy, Saskatchewan birthplace of Joan of Arc[1]
Embrun, Hautes-Alpes Embrun, Ontario [2]
Festubert Festubert Township, Quebec[14] commemorates the Battle of Festubert[7]:129
Fresnoy-en-Gohelle Fresnoy, Alberta named after The Battle of Fresnoy[5]
Gentilly, Val-de-Marne Gentilly, Quebec  
Gourin, Brittany Gourin, Alberta [5]
La Rochelle La Rochelle, Manitoba [4]
La Salette-Fallavaux La Salette, Ontario[15] [2]
Le Havre Harbour Grace, Newfoundland and Labrador [13]
Lens Lens Township, Quebec[16] [7]:129
Lille Lille, Alberta [5]
Lisieux Lisieux, Saskatchewan [1]
Longueil, Seine-Maritime Longueuil, Quebec  
Lourdes Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes, Manitoba [4]
Merville, Nord Merville, British Columbia [3]
Meyronne Meyronne, Saskatchewan [1]
Monchy-le-Preux Monchy, Saskatchewan commemorates WWI battles[7]:130
Montmartre Montmartre, Saskatchewan [1]
Nantes Nantes, Quebec  
Paris Paris, Ontario gypsum deposits near Paris, Ontario were used to make plaster of Paris[2]
Saint-Claude, Jura St. Claude, Manitoba [4]
Saint-Pol-de-Léon St. Leon, British Columbia [3]
Saint-Quentin, Aisne Saint-Quentin, New Brunswick named after the Battle of Saint-Quentin in WWI[13]
Saverdun Verdun, Quebec Verdun merged with Montreal in 2002[17]
Strasbourg Strasbourg, Saskatchewan [18]
Tinchebray Tinchebray, Alberta [5]
Vars, Hautes-Alpes Vars, Ontario [2]
Verdun Verdun Township, Ontario[19] WWI reference[7]:131
Vestric-et-Candiac Candiac, Quebec Vestric-et-Candiac is birthplace of Louis-Joseph de Montcalm
Vimy Vimy, Alberta named after the Battle of Vimy Ridge[5]

Gabon[edit | edit source]

City Namesake Notes
Libreville Libreville, Manitoba [20] [4]

Germany[edit | edit source]

City Namesake Notes
Altona, Hamburg Altona, Ontario  
Arnstein, Bavaria Arnstein, Ontario [2]
Baden-Baden Baden, Ontario [2]
Bamberg, Bavaria Bamberg, Ontario [2]
Berlin Kitchener, Ontario Berlin, Ontario, was renamed Kitchener in 1916[2]
Blindheim Blenheim, Ontario [2]
Bremen Bremen, Saskatchewan [1]
Darfeld, North Rhine-Westphalia Darfield, British Columbia [3]
Dresden Dresden, Ontario [2]
Fulda, Hesse Fulda, Saskatchewan [1]
Görlitz, Saxony Gorlitz, Saskatchewan [1]
Hamburg New Hamburg, Ontario [2]
Hanover Hanover, Ontario [2]
Heidelberg Heidelberg, Ontario [2]
Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg Carlsruhe, Ontario [2]
Leipzig Leipzig, Saskatchewan  
Mannheim Mannheim, Ontario [2]
Minden, North Rhine-Westphalia Minden Hills, Ontario named for the Battle of Minden[2]
Rosenheim, Bavaria Rosenheim, Alberta [5]
Rostock Rostock, Ontario [2]
Stolberg (Harz) Stolberg, Alberta [5]
Wittenberg, Saxony-Anhalt Wittenburg, Nova Scotia [11]

Greece[edit | edit source]

For more cities in Greece, see the Ancient world section below.

City Namesake Notes
Athens Athens, Ontario [2]

Hungary[edit | edit source]

City Namesake Notes
Kaposvár Kaspovar, Saskatchewan Kaspovar is now part of Esterhazy, Saskatchewan
Máriavölgy Mariavolgy [1]

Iceland[edit | edit source]

City Namesake Notes
Húsavík Husavik, Manitoba [4]
Reykjavík Reykjavik, Manitoba [4]
Þingvellir Thingvalla, Saskatchewan [1]

India[edit | edit source]

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Delhi Delhi, Ontario [2]
Lucknow Lucknow, Ontario [2]
Palashi, West Bengal Plassey, Saskatchewan[21] [1]
Paldi, Hoshiarpur, Punjab Paldi, British Columbia [3]

Iraq[edit | edit source]

For more cities in Iraq, see the Ancient world section below.

City Namesake Notes
Baghdad Bagdad, New Brunswick [7]:90

Ireland[edit | edit source]

City Namesake Notes
Bailieborough, County Cavan Bailieboro, Ontario [2]
Ballintra, County Donegal Ballantrae, Ontario [2]
Ballinafad, County Sligo Ballinafad, Ontario [2]
Baltimore, County Cork Baltimore, Ontario [2]
Bandon, County Cork New Bandon-Salmon Beach, New Brunswick [13]
Birr, County Offaly Birr, Ontario [2]
Bunclody, Wexford Bunclody, Manitoba [4]
Carlingford Carlingford, Ontario [2]
Cashel, County Tipperary Cashel, Ontario [2]
Cloyne, Clounty Cork Cloyne, Ontario [2]
Connemara Connemara, Alberta [5]
Cootehill, County Cavan Coothill, Saskatchewan [1]
Cork Cork, Alberta [5]
Donegal Donegal, Perth County, Ontario [22]
Duagh, County Kerry Duagh, Alberta [5]
Dublin Dublin Shore, Nova Scotia [11]
Dundalk, County Louth Dundalk, Ontario amalgamated into the Township of Southgate in 2000[2]
Emo, County Laois Emo, Ontario [2]
Glanworth, County Cork Glanworth, Ontario [2]
Gorey, County Wexford Gorrie, Ontario [2]
Kilbride, County Wicklow Kilbride, Ontario [2]
Killaloe, County Clare Killaloe, Ontario [2]
Killarney Killarney, Manitoba [4]
Limerick Limerick, Saskatchewan [1]
Lismore, County Waterford Lismore, Nova Scotia [11]
Listowel, County Kerry Listowel, Ontario [2]
Malahide, Fingal Malahide, Ontario [2]
Maynooth, County Kildare Maynooth, Ontario [2]
Meelick, County Mayo Jaffray Melick, Ontario [2]
Mullingar Mullingar, Saskatchewan [1]
Navan, County Meath Navan, Ontario [2]
Newbliss, County Monaghan Newbliss, Ontario [2]
Hill of Tara Tara, Ontario [2]
Tralee, County Kerry Tralee, Ontario [22]
Waterford New Waterford, Nova Scotia [11]
Wicklow, County Wicklow Wicklow, New Brunswick [13]
Wildfield, County Kilkenny Wildfield, Ontario [2]

Italy[edit | edit source]

City Namesake Notes
Ancona Ancona, Alberta [5]
Arcole Arcola, Saskatchewan [1]
Avola Avola, British Columbia[23] [3]
Cremona Cremona, Alberta [5]
Florence Florence, Ontario [2]
Loreto, Marche L'Ancienne-Lorette, Quebec  
Mantua Mantua, Nova Scotia [11]
Naples Naples, Manitoba[24] [4]
Sorrento Sorrento, British Columbia [3]
Venice Venice, Alberta [5]
Verona Verona, Ontario [2]

Latvia[edit | edit source]

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Liepāja (German:Libau) Libau, Manitoba [4]

Lithuania[edit | edit source]

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Vilnius Vilna, Alberta [5]

Netherlands[edit | edit source]

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Amsterdam Amsterdam, Saskatchewan [1]
Edam Edam, Saskatchewan [1]

New Zealand[edit | edit source]

City Namesake Notes
Dunedin Dunedin, Ontario [2]
Whanganui Wanganui, Saskatchewan [1]

Norway[edit | edit source]

City Namesake Notes
Bardu, Troms Bardo, Alberta [5]
Bergen Bergen, Alberta [5]
Bodø Bodo, Alberta [1]
Søndre Land Sundre, Alberta [5]

Palestinian Territories[edit | edit source]

For cities in Palestinian Territories, see the Ancient world section below.

Poland[edit | edit source]

City Namesake Notes
Jarosław Jaroslaw, Manitoba[25] [26]
Kraków Krakow, Alberta [5]
Medyka Medika, Manitoba [27] [4]
Szczecin (German: Stettin) Stettin, Alberta [5]
Stubno Stubno, Alberta [5]
Wrocław (German: Breslau) Breslau, Ontario [2]
Zawale Niegosławskie Zawale, Alberta [5]

Russia[edit | edit source]

City Namesake Notes
Moscow Moscow, Ontario [28] [2]
Sarepta, Volgograd New Sarepta, Alberta

Serbia[edit | edit source]

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Plandište (German: Zichydorf) Zichydorf, Saskatchewan  

South Africa[edit | edit source]

City Namesake Notes
Durban Durban, Manitoba [4]
Kimberley, Northern Cape Kimberley, British Columbia [3]
Ladysmith, KwaZulu-Natal Ladysmith, British Columbia [3]
Mahikeng Mafeking, Manitoba named for the Siege of Mafeking[29]:46

Spain[edit | edit source]

City Namesake Notes
A Coruña Corunna, Ontario named for the Battle of Corunna[30]
Alhambra Alhambra, Alberta [5]
Córdoba Cordova, Manitoba[31] [4]
Granada Granada, Alberta [5]
Plentzia Placentia, Newfoundland and Labrador  
Roncesvalles, Navarre Roncesvalles, Toronto named for the Battle of Roncesvalles
Vitoria-Gasteiz Vittoria, Ontario named for the Battle of Vitoria[2]

Sudan[edit | edit source]

City Namesake Notes
Khartoum Khartum, Ontario [7]:97

Sweden[edit | edit source]

City Namesake Notes
Falun Falun, Alberta [5]
Kalmar Calmar, Alberta [5]
Lund Lund, British Columbia [3]
Stockholm Stockholm, Saskatchewan [1]
Uppsala Upsala, Ontario [2]
Varberg Fortress Warburg, Alberta [5]
Västerås Westerose, Alberta [5]

Switzerland[edit | edit source]

City Namesake Notes
Fribourg Fribourg, Alberta [32] [5]
Geneva Geneva Park, Ontario [2]
Lucerne Lucerne, British Columbia [33] [3]
Zürich Zurich, Ontario [2]

Syria[edit | edit source]

For cities in Syria, see the Ancient world section below.

Turkey[edit | edit source]

For more cities in Turkey, see the Ancient world section below.

City Namesake Notes
Kars Kars, New Brunswick Named for the Siege of Kars[13]

Ukraine[edit | edit source]

City Namesake Notes
Balaklava Balaclava, Grey County, Ontario named for the Battle of Balaklava
Baturyn Baturyn, Edmonton  
Boiany Boian, Alberta [5]
Halych Halicz, Manitoba [34] [26]
Inkerman Inkerman, New Brunswick Named after the Battle of Inkerman in the Crimean War [13]
Ispas Ispas, Alberta [5]
Kiev New Kiew, Alberta [5]
Komarno Komarno, Manitoba [26]
Korosnytsia (German: Josefsberg) Josephburg, Alberta [5]
Luzhany Luzan, Alberta [26]
Lviv (German: Lemberg) Lemberg, Saskatchewan [35]
Odessa Odessa, Saskatchewan [30]
Rosenort Rosenort, Manitoba Russian Mennonite village[4]
Sevastopol Sebastopol, Ontario [22]
Shypyntsi Shepenge, Alberta  
Sniatyn Sniatyn, Alberta [5]
Sokal Sokal, Saskatchewan [36] [26]
Stryi Stry, Alberta [5]
Ternopil Tarnopol, Saskatchewan [29]
Zbarazh Zbaraz, Manitoba [26]

United Kingdom[edit | edit source]

Crown dependencies[edit | edit source]

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Foxdale, Isle of Man Foxdale, Saskatchewan[37] [1]
Saint Ouen, Jersey St. Ouens, Manitoba [4]

England[edit | edit source]

City Namesake Notes
Acton, London Acton, Ontario Acton, Ontario was amalgamated in 1974 into Halton Hills[2]
Admaston, Staffordshire Admaston/Bromley, Ontario [2]
Albury, Surrey Albury, Ontario [2]
Aldeburgh, Suffolk Aldborough, Ontario [2]
Aldershot, Hampshire Aldershot, Nova Scotia [13]
Allerston, North Yorkshire Alliston, Ontario [2]
Alnwick, Northumberland Alnwick/Haldimand, Ontario [2]
Alton, Hampshire Alton, Nova Scotia [13]
Alverstone, Isle of Wight Brooke-Alvinston, Ontario [2]
Amesbury, Wiltshire Amesbury, Alberta [5]
Ancaster, Lincolnshire Ancaster, Ontario [2]
Andover, Hampshire Perth-Andover, New Brunswick [13]
Apsley House, London Apsley, Ontario Apsley House was the residence of Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington and successors[2]
Ardwick, Manchester Ardwick, Saskatchewan [1]
Armley, Leeds, West Yorkshire Armley, Saskatchewan [1]
Arthuret, Cumbria Arthurette, New Brunswick [13]
Ashbourne, Derbyshire Ashburn, Ontario [2]
Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire Ashby, Ontario[38] [2]
Ashfield cum Thorpe, Suffolk Ashfield, Ontario[39] [2]
Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire Ashton, Ontario [2]
Baildon, West Yorkshire Baildon, Saskatchewan [1]
Barnsley, South Yorkshire Barnsley, Manitoba [4]
Bath, Somerset Bath, New Brunswick [13]
Battersea, London Battersea, Ontario [2]
Beddington, Surrey Beddington Heights, Calgary, Alberta [5]
Belgrave, Leicester Belgrave, Ontario [2]
Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland Berwick, Nova Scotia [11]
Beverley, East Yorkshire Beverley Township, Ontario [2]
Bewdley, Worcestershire Bewdley, Ontario [2]
Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex Bexhill, Saskatchewan [1]
Bideford, Devon Ellerslie-Bideford, Prince Edward Island [13]
Binbrook, Lincolnshire Binbrook, Ontario [2]
Bingley, West Yorkshire Bingley, Alberta [5]
Bircham, Norfolk Bircham, Alberta [5]
Birmingham, West Midlands Birmingham, Saskatchewan [1]
Bishopsgate, London Bishopsgate, Ontario [2]
Bodmin, Cornwall Bodmin, Saskatchewan [1]
Bognor Regis, West Sussex Bognor, Ontario [2]
Bolsover, Derbyshire Bolsover, Ontario [2]
Boscombe, Wiltshire Boscombe, Alberta [5]
Bowdon, Greater Manchester Bowden, Alberta [5]
Bradford, West Yorkshire Bradford, Ontario [2]
Bramber, Sussex Bramber, Nova Scotia [11]
Brampton, Carlisle, Cumbria Brampton, Ontario [2]
Brancepeth, County Durham Brancepeth, Saskatchewan [1]
Bratton, Wiltshire Bratton, Saskatchewan [1]
Bredenbury Court, Herefordshire Bredenbury, Saskatchewan [1]
Brentwood, Essex Brentwood Bay, British Columbia [3]
Bridlington, East Yorkshire Burlington, Ontario [2]
Brigg, Lincolnshire (full name: Glanford Brigg) Glanford, Ontario In 1974, Glanford was merged with Binbrook to form Glanbrook[2]
Brighton, East Sussex Brighton, Ontario [2]
Bristol Florenceville-Bristol, New Brunswick [13]
Brocket Hall, Hertfordshire Brocket, Alberta [5]
Bruton, Somerset Bruton Township, included in Dysart et al, Ontario [2]
Burford, Oxfordshire Burford, Ontario [2]
Burghley House, Cambridgeshire Burleigh, Ontario [40] [2]
Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset Burnham, Saskatchewan [1]
Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk St. Edmund's Township, Ontario [2]
Caistor, Lincolnshire Caistor, Ontario[41] [2]
Caldbeck, Cumbria Caldbeck, Alberta [42]
Calthorpe, Norfolk Calthorpe, Alberta [5]
Canford Manor, Dorset Canford, British Columbia [43] [3]
Carlisle, Cumbria New Carlisle, Quebec  
Castleford, West Yorkshire Castleford, Ontario [2]
Chailey, East Sussex Chailey, Alberta [5]
Charing Cross, London Charing Cross, Ontario part of Chatham-Kent [2]
Chatham, Kent Chatham-Kent, Ontario [2]
Chatsworth House, Derbyshire Chatsworth, Ontario [2]
Chelmsford, Essex Chelmsford, Ontario [2]
Chelsea, London Chelsea, Nova Scotia [11]
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Cheltenham, Ontario [2]
Chester, Cheshire Chester No. 125, Saskatchewan [1]
Chichester, West Sussex Chichester, Quebec  
Chigwell, Essex Chigwell, Alberta [5]
Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire Campden, Ontario [2]
Chiswick, London Chiswick, Ontario [2]
Claremont (country house), Surrey Claremont, Ontario [2]
Clifford, West Yorkshire Clifford, Ontario [2]
Colwood, West Sussex Colwood, British Columbia [3]
Cornwood, Devon Carnwood, Alberta [5]
Cottam, East Riding of Yorkshire Cottam, Ontario [2]
Cranbrook, Kent Cranbrook, British Columbia [3]
Crediton, Devon Crediton, Ontario [2]
Dacre, Cumbria Dacre, Ontario [2]
Danbury, Essex Danbury, Saskatchewan [1]
Deal, Kent Dealtown, Ontario [44] [2]
Dereham, Norfolk Dereham Centre, Ontario [2]
Desborough, Northamptonshire Desboro, Ontario [2]
Didsbury, Greater Manchester Didsbury, Alberta [5]
Disley, Cheshire Disley, Saskatchewan [1]
Diss, Norfolk Diss, Alberta [5]
Dover, Kent East Dover, Nova Scotia [11]
Dovercourt, Essex Dovercourt, Alberta [5]
Drayton, Hampshire Drayton Valley, Alberta [5]
Drayton Manor, Staffordshire Drayton, Ontario [2]
Dunchurch, Warwickshire Dunchurch, Ontario [2]
Dunstable, Bedfordshire Dunstable, Alberta [5]
Edgeley, Greater Manchester (historically in Cheshire) Edgeley, Saskatchewan [1]
Edmonton, London Edmonton, Alberta [5]
Egremont, Cumbria Egremont, Alberta [5]
Elmesthorpe, Leicestershire Elmsthorpe No. 100, Saskatchewan [1]
Elstow, Bedfordshire Elstow, Saskatchewan [1]
Enfield Town, London Enfield No. 194, Saskatchewan [1]
Epworth, Lincolnshire Epworth, Newfoundland and Labrador [13]
Erith, Kent Erith, Alberta [5]
Ettington, Warwickshire Ettington, Saskatchewan [1]
Exeter, Devon Exeter, Ontario [2]
Fairlight, East Sussex Fairlight, Saskatchewan [1]
Farmington, Gloucestershire Farmington, Cumberland County, Nova Scotia [11]
Farnham, Surrey Farnham, Quebec  
Feversham, Kent Feversham, Ontario [2]
Flamborough, East Yorkshire Flamborough, Ontario Flamborough, Ontario was amalgamated with Hamilton in 2001 [2]
Fordwich, Kent Fordwich, Ontario [2]
Frogmore, Hampshire Frogmore, Ontario [2]
Gainford, County Durham Gainford, Alberta [5]
Gledhow, West Yorkshire Gledhow, Saskatchewan [1]
Goodwood House, West Sussex Goodwood, Ontario [2]
Grantham, Lincolnshire Grantham, Alberta [5]
Great Yarmouth, Norfolk Yarmouth, Ontario [2]
Grimsby, Lincolnshire Grimsby, Ontario [2]
Grimsthorpe Castle, Lincolnshire Grimsthorpe, Ontario [2]
Guildford, Surrey Guildford Town Centre, British Columbia [3]
Haileybury and Imperial Service College, Hertfordshire Haileybury, Ontario [2]
Hampstead, London Hampstead, Quebec  
Hanley, Staffordshire Hanley, Saskatchewan [1]
Hanwell, London Hanwell, New Brunswick [13]
Harlington, Bedfordshire Arlington No. 79, Saskatchewan [1]
The Harptrees (East Harptree/West Harptree), Somerset Harptree, Saskatchewan [1]
Harpurhey, Manchester Harpurhey, Ontario[45] [2]
Harrow, London (historically in Middlesex) Harrow, Ontario [2]
Hartford, Cheshire Hartford, Nova Scotia [46] [11]
Headingley, Leeds, West Yorkshire Headingley, Manitoba [4]
Heath and Reach, Bedfordshire Reach, Ontario [2]
Helston, Cornwall Helston, Manitoba[47] [4]
Hensall, North Yorkshire Hensall, Ontario [2]
Highbury, London Highbury, Nova Scotia [48] [11]
Highgate, London Highgate, Ontario [2]
Houghton Hall, Norfolk Houghton, Ontario [2]
Hughenden Manor, Buckinghamshire Hughenden, Alberta [42]
Humberston, Lincolnshire Humberstone, Ontario [2]
Hythe, Kent Hythe, Alberta [5]
Ilderton, Northumberland Ilderton, Ontario [2]
Ilford, London (historically in Essex) Ilford, Manitoba [4]
Ingoldsby, Lincolnshire Ingoldsby, Ontario [2]
Instow, Devon Instow, Saskatchewan [1]
Islington, London Islington–City Centre West, Ontario [2]
Jesmond, Northumberland Jesmond, British Columbia [3]
Kendal, Cumbria Kendal, Ontario [2]
Kenilworth, Warwickshire Kenilworth, Ontario [2]
Kensington, London Kensington, Prince Edward Island  
Kersey, Suffolk Kersey, Alberta [42]
Keswick, Cumbria Keswick, Ontario [2]
Kingston upon Hull, East Yorkshire Hull, Quebec Hull was amalgamated into Gatineau in 2002[49]
Kirkby, North Yorkshire Kirby, Ontario [2]
Kirk Ella, East Yorkshire Kirkella, Manitoba [4]
Lambeth, London Lambeth, London, Ontario [2]
Lavant, West Sussex Lavant, Ontario [2]
Lavenham, Suffolk Lavenham, Manitoba [50] [4]
Laxton, Northamptonshire Laxton, Digby and Longford Township, Ontario [2]
Leamington Spa, Warwickshire Leamington, Ontario [2]
Leicester, Leicestershire East Leicester, Nova Scotia [51] [11]
Lincoln, Lincolnshire Lincoln, Ontario [2]
Liskeard, Cornwall New Liskeard, Ontario [2]
Liverpool, Merseyside (historically in Lancashire) Liverpool, Nova Scotia [13]
Londesborough, East Yorkshire Londesborough, Ontario [2]
London London, Ontario [2]
Louth, Lincolnshire Louth, St. Catharines, Ontario [2]
Lutterworth, Leicestershire Lutterworth, Ontario [2]
Maidstone, Kent Maidstone, Saskatchewan [29]:46
Maldon, Essex Malden, Ontario [2]
Malton, North Yorkshire Malton, Mississauga, Ontario [2]
Manchester, Greater Manchester (historically in Lancashire) Manchester, Ontario [2]
Margate, Kent Margate, Prince Edwards Island [52] [13]
Marks Tey, Essex Markstay, Ontario [2]
Marsden, West Yorkshire Marsden, Saskatchewan [1]
Martock, Somerset Martock, Nova Scotia [13]
Matlock, Derbyshire Matlock, Manitoba [4]
Mavis Enderby, Lincolnshire Enderby, British Columbia The Brides of Enderby, a peel of bells named after Mavis Enderby, is mentioned in the poem The High Tide on the Coast of Lincolnshire, 1571 by Jean Ingelow, which inspired the naming of Enderby, BC[3]
Meaford Hall, Staffordshire Meaford, Ontario [2]
Medstead, Hampshire Medstead, Saskatchewan [1]
Midhurst, West Sussex Midhurst, Ontario [2]
Milverton, Somerset Milverton, Ontario [2]
Minton, Shropshire Minton, Saskatchewan [1]
Moreton, Dorset Fox Cove-Mortier, Newfoundland and Labrador [13]
Newbury, Berkshire Newbury, Ontario [2]
Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear (historically in Northumberland) Newcastle, Ontario [2]
New Romney, Kent Romney Township, Ontario [2]
Norham, Northumberland Norham, Ontario [2]
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire Nottingham, Saskatchewan [1]
Oldham, Greater Manchester Oldham, Nova Scotia [11]
Orford, Suffolk Orford, Ontario [2]
Osborne House, Isle of Wight Osborne Harbour, Nova Scotia [11]
Otterburn, Northumberland Otterburne, Manitoba [4]
Oxley Green, Essex Oxley, Ontario [2]
Painswick, Gloucestershire Painswick, Ontario [2]
Parham, Suffolk or Parham, West Sussex Parham, Ontario [2] needs disambiguation
Pathlow, Warwickshire Pathlow, Saskatchewan [1]
Penzance, Cornwall Penzance, Saskatchewan [1]
Petersfield, Hampshire Petersfield, Manitoba [4]
Pickering, North Yorkshire Pickering, Ontario [2]
Plymouth, Devon Plymouth, Nova Scotia [13]
Plympton, Devon Plympton–Wyoming, Ontario [2]
Pontrilas, Herefordshire Pontrilas, Saskatchewan [1]
Portsmouth, Hampshire Portsmouth, Kingston, Ontario [2]
Preston, Lancashire Preston, Ontario Preston, ON was amalgamated into Cambridge in 1973[2]
Puslinch, Devon Puslinch, Ontario [2]
Rayleigh, Essex Rayleigh, Kamloops, British Columbia [3]
Raynham, Norfolk Rainham Township, Ontario [2]
Richmond, London Richmond Hill, Ontario actually named after the hill in Richmond, London[2]
Ripley, Derbyshire Ripley, Ontario [2]
Ripon, North Yorkshire Ripon, Quebec  
Rostherne, Cheshire Rosthern, Saskatchewan [1]
Runnymede, Surrey Runnymede, Saskatchewan [1]
Ryde, Isle of Wight Ryde, Ontario [2]
Salford, Greater Manchester Salford, Ontario [2]
Salisbury, Wiltshire Salisbury, New Brunswick [13]
Saltfleet, Lincolnshire Saltfleet Township, Ontario [2]
Scarborough, North Yorkshire Scarborough, Toronto, Ontario Scarborough was amalgamated into Toronto in 1998[2]
Seaforth, Merseyside (historically in Lancashire) Seaforth, Nova Scotia [11]
Seagrave, Leicestershire Seagrave, Ontario [2]
Senlac Hill, East Sussex Senlac, Saskatchewan location of the Battle of Hastings[1]
Sherborne, Devon Sherborne, Ontario [2]
Sherwood, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire Sherwood, Nova Scotia [11]
Shrewsbury, Shropshire Shrewsbury, Ontario [2]
Silverdale, Staffordshire Silverdale, British Columbia [3]
Southampton, Hampshire Southampton, Ontario [2]
South Norwood, London Asphodel-Norwood, Ontario [2]
Southwold, Suffolk Southwold, Ontario [2]
Spalding, Lincolnshire Spalding, Saskatchewan [1]
Stamford, Lincolnshire Stamford Township, Ontario [2]
Stanley Park, a mansion in Selsley, Gloucestershire Stanley Mission, Saskatchewan [1]
Stoke Newington, London Newington, Ontario [2]
Stonehenge, Wiltshire Stonehenge No. 73, Saskatchewan [1]
Stonehouse, Plymouth, Devon Stonehouse, Nova Scotia [11]
Storrington, West Sussex Storrington, Ontario [2]
Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire Stratford, Ontario [2]
Stroud, Gloucestershire Stroud, Ontario [2]
Styal, Cheshire Styal, Alberta [5]
Sudbury, Suffolk Greater Sudbury, Ontario [2]
Sunbury-on-Thames, Surrey Sunbury, Ontario [2]
Sundridge, Kent Sundridge, Nova Scotia [53] [11]
Surbiton, London (historically in Surrey) Surbiton, Saskatchewan [1]
Sutton-on-Hull, East Yorkshire Sutton, Ontario [2]
Tamworth, Staffordshire Tamworth, Ontario [2]
Taplow, Buckinghamshire Taplow, Alberta [5]
Tavistock, Devon East Zorra-Tavistock, Ontario [2]
Thetford, Norfolk Thetford Mines, Quebec [54]
Tilbury, Essex Tilbury, Ontario [2]
Tiverton, Devon Tiverton, Ontario [2]
Torquay, Devon Torquay, Saskatchewan [1]
Trowbridge, Wiltshire Trowbridge, Ontario [2]
Truro, Cornwall Truro, Nova Scotia [11]
Tunstall, Staffordshire Tunstall, Saskatchewan [1]
Underwood, Nottinghamshire Underwood, Ontario [2]
Uxbridge, London (historically in Middlesex) Uxbridge, Ontario [2]
Vauxhall, London Vauxhall, Alberta [5]
Ventnor, Isle of Wight Ventnor, Ontario [2]
Wainfleet All Saints, Lincolnshire Wainfleet, Ontario [2]
Wakefield, West Yorkshire Wakefield, Quebec  
Walsingham (Little and Great), Norfolk Walsingham, Ontario (North and South) [2]
Walton, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire or Walton, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire Walton, Ontario needs disambiguation
Warkworth, Northumberland Warkworth, Ontario [2]
Warminster, Wiltshire Warminster, Ontario [2]
Warwick, Warwickshire Warwick, Quebec  
Watford, Hertfordshire Watford, Nova Scotia [55] [11]
Watford, Hertfordshire Watford, Ontario [2]
Welwyn, Hertfordshire Welwyn, Saskatchewan [1]
Wembley, London (historically in Middlesex) Wembley, Alberta [5]
Wendover, Buckinghamshire Wendover, Ontario [2]
West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire Bridgeford, Saskatchewan [1]
Westminster, London New Westminster, British Columbia [3]
Weston, Hertfordshire Weston, Ontario [2]
Whitby, North Yorkshire Whitby, Ontario [2]
White City, London White City, Saskatchewan [1]
Wickham, Hampshire Wickham, New Brunswick [13]
Wimborne Minster, Dorset Wimborne, Alberta [5]
Winchester, Hampshire Winchester, Ontario [2]
Windermere, Cumbria Windermere, Ontario [2]
Windsor, Berkshire Windsor, Ontario [2]
Wingham, Kent Wingham, Ontario [2]
Winterbourne, Berkshire Winterbourne, Ontario [2]
Woking, Surrey Woking, Alberta [5]
Wolford Chapel, Devon Merrickville–Wolford, Ontario location of John Simcoe's burial[2]
Woodbridge, Suffolk Woodbridge, Ontario [2]
Woodstock, Oxfordshire Woodstock, New Brunswick [13]
Wooler, Northumberland Wooler, Ontario [2]
Woolwich, London Woolwich, Ontario [2]
Wrentham, Suffolk Wrentham, Alberta [5]
Wroxeter, Shropshire Wroxeter, Ontario [2]
Wroxton, Oxfordshire Wroxton, Saskatchewan [1]
Wynyard Park, County Durham Wynyard, Saskatchewan [1]
Yeoford, Devon Yeoford, Alberta [5]
York, Yorkshire York, Toronto, Ontario York was amalgamated into Toronto in 1998[2]

Northern Ireland[edit | edit source]

City Namesake Notes
Antrim, County Antrim Antrim, Nova Scotia [11]
Armagh, County Armagh Armagh, Quebec  
Clandeboye Estate Clandeboye, Ontario [2]
Comber, County Down Comber, Ontario [2]
Londonderry Londonderry, Nova Scotia [13]
Drumbo, County Down Drumbo, Ontario[56] [2]
Dungannon, County Tyrone Dungannon, Ontario [2]
Enniskillen, Fermanagh Enniskillen No. 3, Saskatchewan [1]
Lisburn, County Antrim Lisburn, Alberta [42]
Newry Newry, Ontario [2]
Strathroy, Tyrone County Strathroy-Caradoc, Ontario [2]

Scotland[edit | edit source]

City Namesake Notes
Aberdeen Aberdeen, Nova Scotia [11]
Aberfoyle, Stirling Aberfoyle, Ontario[57] [2]
Airdrie, North Lanarkshire Airdrie, Alberta [5]
Alness Alness, Alberta [5]
Alyth Alyth/Bonnybrook/Manchester, Calgary, Alberta [5]
Annan, Dumfries and Galloway Annan, Ontario Annan, Ontario was amalgamated into the municipality of Meaford in 2001[2]
Appin Appin, Ontario [2]
Ardrossan, North Ayrshire Ardrossan, Alberta [5]
Arisaig Arisaig, Nova Scotia [11]
Arnprior, Stirling Arnprior, Ontario [2]
Ayr Ayr, Ontario [2]
Ayton, Scottish Borders Ayton, Ontario [2]
Balfron Balfron, Nova Scotia [58] [11]
Balgonie Castle Balgonie, Saskatchewan [1]
Balmoral Castle Balmoral, New Brunswick [13]
Banff, Aberdeenshire Banff, Alberta [5]
Bannockburn, Stirling Bannockburn, Ontario [2]
Barrhead Barrhead, Alberta [5]
Beauly, Inverness Beauly, Nova Scotia [59] [11]
Birsay, Orkney Birsay, Saskatchewan [1]
Blythswood House, Renfrewshire Blytheswood, Ontario [2]
Bothwell, South Lanarkshire Bothwell, Ontario [2]
Braeside, Greenock, Inverclyde McNab/Braeside, Ontario [2]
Brechin, Angusshire Brechin, Ontario [2]
Broxburn, West Lothian Broxburn, Alberta [5]
Calderbank, North Lanarkshire Calderbank, Saskatchewan [1]
Calgary, Mull Calgary, Alberta [5]
Callander, Perthshire Callander, Ontario [2]
Campsie, Stirlingshire Campsie, Alberta [5]
Canisbay, Caithness Canisbay, Ontario[60] [2]
Carberry Tower, East Lothian Carberry, Manitoba [61]
Cardross, Argyll and Bute Cardross, Saskatchewan [1]
Carstairs, South Lanarkshire Carstairs, Alberta [5]
Clova, Angus Clova, Quebec  
Coldstream, Scottish Borders Coldstream, Nova Scotia [11]
Colinton Colinton, Alberta [5]
Craigmillar Craigmillar, Alberta [5]
Crosshill, Glasgow Crosshill, Ontario [2]
Culloden, Highland Culloden, Prince Edward Island [13]
Culross, Fife Culross, Manitoba [4]
Cupar Cupar, Saskatchewan [62]
Dalmeny, West Lothian Dalmeny, Saskatchewan [63]
Dalmuir Dalmuir, Alberta [5]
Dornoch, Highlands Dornoch, Ontario [2]
Douglas, South Lanarkshire Douglas, Ontario [2]
Duart Castle Duart, Ontario[64] [2]
Dumbarton Dumbarton Parish, New Brunswick [13]
Dumfries Dumfries, New Brunswick [13]
Dunblane, Stirling Dunblane, Saskatchewan [1]
Dundarave Castle Dundarave (West Vancouver), British Columbia [3]
Dundee Dundee, New Brunswick [13]
Dundurn, Scotland Dundurn, Saskatchewan [1]
Dunnet, Caithness, Highland Ratter and Dunnet, Ontario Ratter and Dunnet was amalgamated into Markstay-Warren in 1999[2]
Dunrobin Castle, Highland Dunrobin, Ontario Dunrobin was amalgamated into Ottawa in 2000[2]
Duntrune Castle, Argyllshire Duntroon, Ontario [2]
Dunvegan, Isle of Skye Dunvegan, Ontario [2]
Dunvegan Castle Dunvegan, Alberta [5]
Durham, County Durham Durham, Ontario [2]
Duthil Duthil, Alberta [5]
Dyce, Aberdeen Dyce, Manitoba [4]
Dysart, Fife Dysart, Saskatchewan [65]
Eaglesham, East Renfrewshire Eaglesham, Alberta [5]
Edinburgh New Edinburgh, Ontario  
Elderslie, Renfrewshire Eldersley, Saskatchewan [1]
Errol, Perth and Kinross Errol, Ontario [2]
Fenwick, East Ayrshire Fenwick, Ontario [2]
Findlater Castle, Banffshire Findlater, Saskatchewan [1]
Freswick, Caithness, Highlands Freswick, Ontario[66] [2]
Gairloch, Ross and Cromarty New Gairlock, Nova Scotia [11]
Gartly, Aberdeenshire Gartly, Alberta [5]
Glasgow New Glasgow, Nova Scotia [13]
Glen Coe Glencoe, Nova Scotia [13]
Glendale, Skye Glendale, Nova Scotia  
Granton, Edinburgh Granton, Nova Scotia [11]
Gretna Green Gretna, Manitoba [4]
Halkirk, Caithness Halkirk, Alberta [5]
Inveraray, Argyll and Bute Inverary, Ontario [2]
Inverbervie, Aberdeenshire Glenbervie, Nova Scotia [67] [11]
Inverkip, Renfrewshire Innerkip, Ontario [2]
Invermay, Perth and Kinross Invermay, Ontario [2]
Inversnaid Inversnay, Alberta [42]
Islay, Argyll Islay, Alberta [5]
Jedburgh, Scottish Borders Jedburgh, Saskatchewan [1]
Keith, Moray Keith, Alberta [68] [5]
Kelloe House, Berwickshire Kelloe, Manitoba[69] [4]
Kelso, Scottish Borders Kelso, Ontario [2]
Kemnay, Aberdeenshire Kemnay, Manitoba [4]
Kenmore, Perth and Kinross Kenmore, Ontario [2]
Kilmarnock Kilmarnock, New Brunswick [70] [13]
Kilsyth, North Lanarkshire Kilsyth, Alberta [5]
Kilwinning, North Ayrshire Kilwinning, Saskatchewan [1]
Kincardine, Fife Kincardine, New Brunswick [71] [13]
Kinmount House, Dumdfries and Galloway Kinmount, Ontario [2]
Kintore, Aberdeenshire Lower Kintore, New Brunswick  
Kirkcaldy Kirkcaldy, Alberta [5]
Kirriemuir, Angus Kirriemuir, Alberta [5]
Lanark, Lanarkshire Lanark, Ontario [2]
Langbank, Renfrewshire Langbank, Saskatchewan [1]
Largs, Ayrshire Largs, Manitoba[72] [4]
Leith, Midlothian Leith, Ontario [2]
Lenzie Lenzie, Alberta [5]
Lochboisdale, Outer Hebrides Boisdale, Nova Scotia [11]
Marchmont House, Berwickshire Marchmont, Ontario [2]
Markinch. Fife Markinch, Saskatchewan [1]
Maxwelton House at Glencairn, Dumfries and Galloway Maxwellton, Saskatchewan [1]
Melrose, Scottish Borders Melrose, New Brunswick [13]
Methven, Perth and Kinross Methven, Manitoba[73] [4]
Mintlaw, Aberdeenshire Mintlaw, Alberta [5]
Montrose, Angus Montrose, British Columbia [3]
Morar, Inverness-shire Morar, Nova Scotia [11]
Mortlach, Banffshire Mortlach, Saskatchewan [1]
Neidpath Castle, Scottish Borders Neidpath, Saskatchewan [1]
Novar House, Ross and Cromarty Novar, Ontario [2]
Oban, Argyll Oban, Saskatchewan [1]
Paddock Wood, Kent Paddockwood, Saskatchewan [1]
Paisley, Renfrewshire Paisley, Ontario [2]
Parkhead, Glasgow Park Head, Ontario [2]
Perth Perth, Ontario [2]
Pitlochry, Perthshire Pitlochrie, Alberta [5]
Portree, Isle of Skye Portree, Nova Scotia [13]
Renfrew Renfrew, Ontario [2]
Reston, Scottish Borders Reston, Manitoba  
Rosneath, Argyll and Bute Roseneath, Ontario [2]
Rothesay, Bute Rothsay, Ontario [2]
St. Olaf's parish, Kirkwall, Orkney Islands St. Ola, Ontario "Ola" is an elision of Olaf[2]
Saltcoats Saltcoats, Saskatchewan [1]
Stornoway Stornoway, Quebec  
Stranraer, Dumfries and Galloway Stranraer, Saskatchewan [1]
Struan, Perthshire Struan, Saskatchewan [1]
Tantallon Castle, East Lothian Upper Tantallon, Nova Scotia [11]
Tobermory, Mull Tobermory, Ontario [2]
Turnberry Castle Morris-Turnberry, Ontario [2]
Venlaw, Scottish Borders Venlaw, Manitoba[74] [4]

Wales[edit | edit source]

City Namesake Notes
Bala, Gwynedd Bala, Ontario [2]
Bangor, Gwynedd Bangor, Saskatchewan [1]
Berwyn, Denbighshire Berwyn, Alberta [5]
Camrose, Pembrokeshire Camrose, Alberta [5]
Cardiff Cardiff, Alberta [5]
Cardigan, Ceredigion Cardigan, New Brunswick[75] [13]
Chepstow Chepstow, Ontario [2]
Dinorwig, North Wales Dinorwic, Ontario [2]
Harlech, Gwynedd Harlech, Alberta [5]
Hawarden Castle Hawarden, Saskatchewan [76]
Pennant, Powys or Pennant, Ceredigion Pennant Point, Nova Scotia [11] needs disambiguation
Pontypool Pontypool, Ontario [2]
Swansea Swansea, Toronto, Ontario Swansea was annexed by Toronto in 1967 [2]
Tenby Tenby, Manitoba[77] [4]

United States[edit | edit source]

City Namesake Notes
Alameda, California Alameda, Saskatchewan [7]:117
Albany, New York New Albany, Nova Scotia [11]
Alliance, Ohio Alliance, Alberta [5]
Alton, Illinois Alton, Ontario [2]
Anselmo, Nebraska Anselmo, Alberta [5]
Ashmont, Boston, Massachusetts Ashmont, Alberta [5]
Auburndale, Massachusetts Auburndale, Alberta [5]
Bangor, Maine Bangor, Nova Scotia [11]
Benson, Minnesota Benson, Saskatchewan [1]
Berwick, Maine Berwick, Nova Scotia [13]
Bloomingdale, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania[78] Bloomingdale, Ontario [2]
Boston, Massachusetts Boston Bar, British Columbia [3]
Brookings, South Dakota Brooking, Saskatchewan [1]
Brutus, Michigan Brutus, Alberta [79] [5]
Buford, North Dakota Buford, Alberta [5]
Cadillac, Michigan Cadillac, Saskatchewan [1]
Cambridge, Massachusetts Cambridge, Nova Scotia [13]
Cando, North Dakota Cando, Saskatchewan [1]
Carmi, Illinois Carmi, British Columbia Carmi, BC was named after a nearby mine, which in turn was named for the town in Illinois[3]
Castleton, Vermont Castleton, Ontario [2]
Climax, Minnesota Climax, Saskatchewan [1]
Colfax, Iowa Colfax, Saskatchewan [1]
Concord, Vermont Concord, Ontario [2]
Coronado, California Coronado, Alberta [5]
Creston, Iowa Creston, British Columbia [3]
Danville, Vermont Danville, Quebec  
Dayton, Ohio New Dayton, Alberta [5]
Denver, Colorado New Denver, British Columbia [3]
Elk Point, South Dakota Elk Point, Alberta [5]
Elmira, New York Elmira, Ontario [2]
Enfield, Connecticut Enfield, Nova Scotia [13]
Fort Kent, Maine Fort Kent, Alberta [5]
Fosston, Minnesota Fosston, Saskatchewan [1]
Freeport, Maine Freeport, Nova Scotia [13]
Grafton, Massachusetts Grafton, Ontario [2]
Genesee, Idaho Genesee, Alberta [5]
Greenwich, Connecticut Greenwich, Nova Scotia [13]
Groton, South Dakota Groton, Alberta [5]
Hempstead, New York Hampstead, New Brunswick [13]
Hopewell, Pennsylvania Hopewell Parish, New Brunswick [13]
Inwood, Manhattan, New York Inwood, Ontario [2]
Keene, New Hampshire Keene, Ontario [2]
Key West, Florida Key West No. 70, Saskatchewan [1]
Kinmundy, Illinois Kinmundy, Alberta [80] [5]
Ledoux, Minnesota Cedoux, Saskatchewan typo by the post office changed the requested name[1]
Lincoln, Massachusetts Lincoln, New Brunswick [13]
Little Britain, Pennsylvania Little Britain, Ontario [2]
Long Branch, New Jersey Long Branch, Toronto, Ontario [2]
Lowell, Massachusetts New Lowell, Ontario [2]
Lynn, Massachusetts Lyn, Ontario [2]
Lyndon, Vermont Lynden, Ontario [2]
Malmo, Nebraska Malmo, Alberta [5]
Manilla, Indiana Manilla, Ontario [2]
Marengo, Illinois Marengo, Saskatchewan [1]
Merrill, Wisconsin Merrill Hills, Saskatchewan [1]
Moline, Illinois Moline, Manitoba[81] [4]
Monterey Park, California Monterey Park, Calgary, Alberta  
Naco, Arizona Naco, Alberta [5]
Nampa, Idaho Nampa, Alberta [5]
Nashville, Tennessee Nashville, Ontario [2]
Newburgh, New York Newburgh, Ontario [2]
Norton, Massachusetts Norton, New Brunswick [13]
Norwich, New York Norwich, Ontario  
Oberlin, Ohio Oberlin, Alberta [5]
Orono, Maine Orono, Ontario [2]
Orwell, Vermont Orwell, Ontario [2]
Pasadena, California Pasadena, Newfoundland and Labrador [13]
Plato, Minnesota Plato, Saskatchewan [1]
Plympton, Massachusetts Plympton, Nova Scotia [11]
Pocahontas, Virginia Pocahontas, Alberta [5]
Princeton, New Jersey Princeton, Ontario [2]
Reno, Nevada Reno, Alberta [5]
Scarsdale, New York Scarsdale, Nova Scotia [82] [11]
Sedalia, Missouri Sedalia, Alberta [5]
Sparta Township, New Jersey Sparta, Ontario [2]
Spiritwood Lake, North Dakota Spiritwood, Saskatchewan [83]
Sturgis, South Dakota Sturgis, Saskatchewan [1]
Tolland, Massachusetts Tolland, Alberta [5]
Tomahawk, Wisconsin Tomahawk, Alberta [5]
Trenton, New Jersey Trenton, Nova Scotia [11]
Troy, New York Troy, Ontario [2]
Uncas, Oklahoma[84] Uncas, Alberta [42]
Vale, Oregon Vale, Alberta [5]
Wadena, Minnesota Wadena, Saskatchewan [85]
Warsaw, New York Warsaw, Ontario [2]
Waseca, Minnesota Waseca, Saskatchewan [1]
Waterford, New York Waterford, Ontario [2]
Westfield, Massachusetts Grand Bay–Westfield, New Brunswick [13]
Weymouth, Massachusetts Weymouth, Nova Scotia [13]
Wynot, Nebraska Wynot, Saskatchewan [1]
Yarmouth, Massachusetts Yarmouth, Nova Scotia [13]

Yemen[edit | edit source]

City Namesake Notes
Aden Aden, Alberta [5]

Ancient world[edit | edit source]

Cities that have namesakes because they are biblical or prominent in ancient history are placed in this section.

City Modern Location Namesake Notes
Bethany al-Eizariya, West Bank Bethany, Ontario [2]
Ancient Corinth Corinth, Greece Corinth, Ontario[86] [2]
Hebron Hebron, West Bank Hebron, Prince Edward Island [13]
Nineveh Mosul, Iraq Nineveh, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia [11]
Palmyra (local name: Tadmur) Palmyra (modern), Syria Tadmore, Saskatchewan [1]
Sardis Sart, Turkey Sardis, Chilliwack, British Columbia [3]
Troy Hisarlik, Turkey Troy, Nova Scotia [11]

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  82. "Scarsdale". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved 18 September 2017.
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