Land of Canada
Treaties and Canadian Identity
Map Of Treaties
This map show where the treaties are and when they were made in Canada.
This medal shows the European and the First Nations shaking their hands to a Treaty agreement.
This flag is a symbol of two cultures joining together.
A Canadian identity is way of describing what it means to be a Canadian. A Canadian identity can tell you the difference between you and other people around the world. The word means many things to other people. Canadian identity can come from many things like, historical events - like the the confederation of Canada where provinces join to make it , culture - like food,music art, or stories and the land , symbol, and the people of Canada. O' Canada is Canada's national anthem and it would also be a good way to know Canadian identity.
Art - Indigenous people created art for thousands of years prior to the arrival of the European newcomers. Their art reflects ideas about identity, community, language and change. The Indigenous people used objects and items from ceremonies and storytelling. The Indigenous arts became a symbol for Canadian Identity because of the culture and history of their arts.
Music - In Canada, music shows the country's diverse roots and history and Canadian music covers everything from traditional fiddle music to rap.
Literature - Canadian writers explore what it is like to live in Canada through their novels, poetry, and short stories. The Canadian writers also show Canadian identity by telling stories of Canadians and newcomers to Canada like the European explorers.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police represent Canada by doing policing and securities in the cities of Canada.
He is the Prime Minister of Canada, he represents Canada.
Hockey is one of the sports that identifies Canadians.