Not an electrician, but I am a fellow Canadian that has done electrical work in the past.
First, let me give the disclaimer that the majority of municipalities expect you to get permits to do any electrical work, including adding outlets, and then to have everything inspected and improved after the fact. If you don't, and something bursts into flames due to shoddy work, your insurance may not cover you.
Now, in answer to your question, you're going to want to wire them in parallel, and not series. Most of the time, the line is run from the box to the first outlet. That line is then pigtailed (don't use the secondary connections on the outlet itself to continue the line) with the line to the next outlet on the wall. I can't do a diagram for you on here, but basically you'll have the hot wire from the main line, the hot wire to the outlet, and the hot wire for the wire going to the next outlet, all twisted together in an appropriately-sized marr connector. Ditto for the neutral. The grounds can all connect to the back of the box. Repeat for each outlet until the terminal one.
Even better than listening to some random guy on the internet, though, would be to head down to your local library and look at the electrical code as it is adopted in your province (as part of the building code, I believe). They generally have a reference copy you can look at and diagram out.
GL; be careful.
EDIT: And naturally, but the time I've typed all that out, someone just put up a damned picture...lol.