About Canada

Lots of facts about Canada

Introduction

Canada is a country located at the top of North America. It' is 3,851,800 square miles. The natuaral resoures there are iron ore, nickel, gold, zinc, copper, lead, potash, silver, fish, timber, coal, ect.
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The Canadian flag is a red maple leaf on a white rectangle between two red rectangles.
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National things of Canada

The national anthem in Canada is "O Canada". Canada has no official bird but it has an unofficial bird it is the Canada goose. Canada has it's own holiday. Can you guess what it is? It's Canada Day, it is celebrated on July 1st.


Borders of Canada

The Canadian are the U.S., the Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic Ocean. The U.S. Canadian borders are Washington, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, Minnesota, New Hampshire, Michagan, New York, Vermont, Wisconson, and Maine.

Popular things in Canada

Some popular sports in Canada are hockey, speed skating, figure skating, bobsledding, and curling. These are winter sports because Canada is usually cold.

The launguages are French and English.

Canadian Animals

The mammals in Canada are Polar bears, Arctic foxes, Snowshoe hairs, Harp seals, Grizzly bears, Black bears, Gray wolves, Lynx, Pumas, Porcupines, Wolverines, Moose, Elk, Bighorn sheep, Goats, Narwal whales, and Caribou. The Canadian fish type is Arctic chars. The birds are the Ptarmigan, Puffin, and Canada goose.

Things about some Canadian animals

Caribou are also called reindeer. Black bears are born while the mother is hibernating. A moose is the biggest deer in the deer family. Narwhal whales have tusks and eat fish, shrimp, crabs, and other small sea animals.