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1. Canada is the second-largest country in the world (after Russia) in terms of landmass.
Now in communication with the quiet ocean, the northern and The Atlantic Ocean (hence the slogan “sea to sea” has no meaning) is the longest beach (243,791 km). It includes ten states and the capital of Ottawa. Alberta (capital: Edmonton), British Columbia (Victoria), Manitoba (Winnipeg, New Brunswick (Fredericton) John, Labrador), Bill, Nova Scotia (Halifax), Ontario (Toronto), the world’s largest. ), Prince Edward Island (Charlottetown), Quebec, Saskatchewan (Rosa), and the north-western region (Yaleknif), Nunavut (Ikarus), Yukon (Whitehorse).
2. Land of lakes
Canada has more lakes than any other in the world. More than 563 on 100 km 2. It is currently located in Huron, Canada, Lake Bear (northwest), Lake Abar (Ontario), Lake Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, and the 11th largest lake.
3. Multicultural population
According to Canada, the top countries in the world, development policies, pluralism, and multiculturalism. Today, according to the Canadian parliament, more than 250 ethnic groups live in this country. About 6.2% of the population is indigenous, and 22.3% are ethnic minorities (the census year 2016). Concrete Asian (including the Middle East), ethnic groups minority, the largest in Africa and Europe. Source of immigrants in the Philippines, followed by India and China (Source: Statistics Canada).
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Canada is a democratic country led by a prime minister. However, she also fell into the executive power of the constitution for the queen. This means that the queen is head of state, and the prime minister is head of government. Parliamentary democracy consists of three parts: the sovereign (the queen), the Senate, and the house. On the other hand, there are three levels of government: federal, state, and city. The federal government is based in Ottawa and is lead by the prime minister. The head mayor of The government of The Prime minister, the State, territory, and local governments (see grants of Canada’s government for more information).
5. Canada means village
The name of the country means the Iroquois union, the Hurons, derived from “rope.” The term European Colony Stycon (now Quebec) was used to describe Jacques Cartier. Cartier later used Canada to describe a large area outside Sedona. The use of this name quickly dominant compared with its old name and spread throughout the region.
6. The maple leaf and other symbols
Did you know that the Canadian parliament must take 40 months to unflag Canada? After the protracted dispute and acrimonious dispute, date 2/5/1965, the official launch flag red white with the leaders of the maple leaf has taken place (creating the Canadian flag in February 2/2015). Now maple wants to study in South America and Canada, do not need travel and leisure? A year ago, when European settlers arrived, aboriginal people used the SAP to produce their original products—photos taken in Canada, with a large icon and a large icon. Maple is also a significant symbol and is the official tree for Canada. Today, Canada occupies 3/4 of the production of maple syrup in the world. Keep produce.
On the other hand, in the 18th century, Beaver is now on the map of Canada to feed a nutria (fur hats), the backs of the Beaver as a national symbol. Award Hudson Bay for that animal as a weapon. The icon has become two agents, the next of the code in 2011, developed by David Weiser, a maple other paper of Canada.