Canada

By: Stone Richardson

Canada and United States Flags

Language

Both English and French are official languages.

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Introduction to Canada

Interesting Facts

Canada is the second largest country in the world; only Russia is larger.

Canada has more pine trees than any other country.

Regions in the north have an arctic climate, and very few people live there. The ground there never thaws! Winters see the sun only a few hours each day, but during the summer, the sun shines long into the night.

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Sports

Hockey is the most popular sport in Canada. Wayne Gretzky, one of the best hockey players ever, is Canadian. Canadians also play a game called curling.
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Money

Canada has one of the strongest economies in the world. It is a leader in the production of gold, uranium, lead, oil, natural gas, wood pulp, and timber-related products.

Education

Most kids start school when they’re about five or six years old. Many students finish after the 12th grade.

Hoildays

Canadians celebrate New Year’s Day, Labor Day, and Christmas, among others.

Mountiees

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police,
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Other Facts

Canada is the second largest country in the world; only Russia is larger.
Canadian National Anthem
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Common Loon

The national bird is the common loon, which is a waterbird. It can be found on Canada’s one-dollar coins, which are called loonies.

Bibliography

Culture Grams

Youtube.com

World Book

Google

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