Hi, everybody!
This is our proyect about Canada.

You are going to learn about this country.

Pay attention!!

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Canada (Ottawa)

  • Canada is a country in North America. There was a lot of conflicts between France and England. So in Canada the people speaks French and English.
    Ottawa is the capital of Canada. It stands on the south bank of the Ottawa River. The word "Ottawa" is derived from Odawa, referring to the Indigenous People that used the river. Ottawa has a humid continental climate. The Parlament is very famous there.
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Famous cities

Some cities are:

  1. Ontario -Toronto
  2. Alberta -Edmonton
  3. Manitoba -Winnipeg


In Canada, they speak English and French. They also speak Chinese, Cantonese, Punjabi, Spanish, German and Italian. :)

Everyone in Quebec speak French, because it is the official language in Quebec.


The most common sports are ice hockey, lacrosse, Canadian football (rugby), soccer, basketball, curling and baseball, with ice hockey and lacrosse being the official winter and summer sports.
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Foods and drinks

  • Poutine is a dish originating in Quebec, made with french fries, with a sauce and cheese cruds.
  • Butter tart is a type of small pastry tart. The tart consists of butter, sugar, syrup, and egg filled.
  • Ice wine (a dessert wine made from grapes that have frozen on the vine).
  • Canadian whisky.
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Inuit throat singing or katajjaq, is uniquely found among the Inuit. The Inuit performers are usually women who sing only duets in a kind of entertaining contest to see who can outlast the other. However, at least one notable performer, Tanya Tagaq, performs throat singing as a solo artist.
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  • Justin Bieber was born in London (Ontario).
  • Céline Dion was born in Charlemagne (Quebec)
  • Cory Monteith was born in Calgary (Alberta)
  • Avril Lavigne was born in Napanee (Ontario)
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  1. Niagara Falls are between Ontario and New York.
  2. The CN Tower is in Toronto, it is 553,33 metres high.
  3. Peyto Lake is in Alberta (Canada).