By: Camryn Denver
Canadian Seperatism: According to the Quebecs
Biggest problems Facing Canada in 2014: Seperatism
Canadian Culture Identity
Canada is a multicultural country and is considered the land of 500 languages. Spanish, French, Chinese, Russian, English, are all found in Canada. Salim Mansur, a political scientist at the University of Ontario believes that the numerous languages spoken in Canada is only a problem. Canada doesn't have an identified culture but instead just has a mix. It is believed that Canada is viewed as a country without a core culture.
Chapter 8 Section 3: Canada Today
Canada has emerged from the struggle to become a prosperous nation. Its gross national product is among the top twenty in the world. Stable governments and high standards of living has helped developed Canada. It is a blend of culture while still being a leader in worldwide organizations. Seventy-seven percent of the nations people live in cities. Canada borders with the United States that allows the transport of goods between the countries. Canada buys nearly 25 percent of the United States exports. Some people do not like Canada's relationship with the U.S. because it feels as if the U.S. is overshadowing Canada. Today, Canada is a country that is on the rise and is doing well. The major problem facing Canada is the problem with Quebec.
- World Geography Textbook Chp. 8 Section 3