By: Jaya Castaneda

Where is Canada?

  • Canada is North of the United States.
  • Countries nearby Canada are USA and Greenland.
  • The capital of Canada is Ottawa.
  • Largest city in Canada is Toronto.


  • Rocky mostly flat area that covers the eastern.
  • Canada does not have a lot of mountains but has a little bit of mountains.

Climate and Weather

  • In the summer in Canada it is mild wether.
  • In the winter it is cold and sometimes warm.


  • English
  • French


  • Canadian bacon
  • Poutine-A dish of fries topped with cheese.
  • Cinnamon rolls
  • Some animals
  • Burgers
  • seafood
  • Maple because maple is used in a bunch of recipes like maple salmon and maple taffy.

What do they grow or produce?

  • Fruit
  • Vegetables
  • Wheat
  • Radishes
  • Celery
  • Watermelon
  • Flowers
  • Cauliflower
  • Oil
  • Natural gas

Traditions and Holidays

  • Christmas
  • Thanksgiving
  • Almost all Holidays
  • One sixth of Canadians follow no religion.

Other Interesting facts

  • 35.16 million people live in Canada.
  • Niagara falls is in Canada.
  • Half the people in Canada have british accents.
  • The size is 9,984,670 square feet.
  • The football team is the Vikings.
  • The dollars that they use are Canadian dollars.