Canada National Anthem
Ottowa the capitol of Canada
Canada is located in the farthest north part of North America and is 3.855 million sq miles total
Canada has a lot of lakes and agricultural land. When you go west and southwest you find many plains mountain ranges. As you go farther north you get into the arctic tundra. And as you go farther east and northwest you find many mountain ranges
In the winter Canada is very cold and usually bellow zero or in the mid teens. In the summer it can reach the eighties in the highest and in the fall it can reach the sixties
The approximate population is 35.405 million people
Canadian, English, French, Scottish, and Irish.
Service industry, Petroleum industry, Agricultural industry, and Lumber industry.
Canada's main agriculture is wheat, barley, oats, and livestock.
The Canadian dollar is equal to an american dollar the come in five, tens, twenty's, fifties, and hundreds.
Roman catholic 30%, Protestant 40%, Jewish 20%, Other 10%.
Circa 1000 a.d. Leif Erickson discovers the new world (aka) North America. 2010 Canada sets record for most gold medals at the Vancouver Winter Olympic Games.
Type of Government
Democratic Constitutional Democracy
Dan Akroyd, comedian in many movies.
Ferguson Jenkins, baseball hall of fame.
The maple leaf flag was proclaimed Canada's new and official flag on February, 15 1965.
Ernest Courmier built the Supreme Court of Canada
Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal
Toronto, go to the Easton Center, The CN Tower, Casa Loma, The Royal Ontario Museum, and the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Vancouver's top five tourist attractions, Stanley Park, Vancouver art Gallery, Granville Island, Vancouver Aquarium, English Bay.
Montreal's top five attractions, Old Montreal, Mount Royal Summit, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal Bio dome, and the Montreal Casino.