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Transcript of Canada
Entertainment- Entertainment thrives mostly in the southern half of Canada, like performing arts venues, museums, and architecture.
Museums-One museum has more than 28,000 works of art by Canadian and international artists.
Live Arts- Some of the best live arts shows are in August, and there are many theatres to choose from.
Architecture- Some of the most important artistic acheivements in Canada are the structures. There is the largest structure on the planet that was built in 1976.
The average income of a canadian is $75,000 for about a year. At the end of last year the average wage for canadian employees was $943 a week or about $49,000 a year. It marks 2% increase over the same period a year earlier.
Primary Religion-Roman Catholic 42.6 Prostestant 23.3% None 16%
There are lots of celebrations in Canada, here are 3 of the biggest.
Winterlude in Ottawa-
Celebration of winter
entertainment and educational offerings
Celebration of Light in Vancouver- A musical fireworks competition with some of the best international competitors.
Just for Laughs Montreal- Biggest international comedy festival in the world.
Education is very important in Canada and and the standards are set pretty high.They attend kindergarten for 1 or 2 years at age 4 or 5 .
A school year runs from the beginning of September to the following June.They take 2 years of general or 3 years of technology between high school and university
The food in Canada is very multicultural, like the people,so there are lots of different, international foods,depending on the region.Although, 2 of the most popular are poutine, french fries topped with cheese curds and light brown gravy, and butter tarts, a dessert.
Language- English and French
are the most often used
Some of the biggest holidays in canada include..
New Years Day, January 1st
Good Friday, Friday before Easter
Labour Day, First Monday of September
Canadians have many everyday traditions for visting, and just manners,here are a few.
Giving good quality flowers,wine,and chocolate when invited to dinner
Personal space when talking
Greeting with light kisses from left to right
Marriage- They have religious ceromonies and the can take very long.
One respectful trend is the married couple identify other couples who they think are good role models for marriage
The music in Canada is much like american music. They have the same genres as american music like pop,rock n' roll,folk,and hip hop.
Canada is the most multicultural country in the world. Less than 500 years ago the only people living in Canada were aboriginals.
Aboriginal means inhabitants. Native Americans were the first of people in Canada and to settle there.
Sports- Canada is the leading sports nation. Their famous sports are lacrosse, hockey, and soccer. Hockey is the national winter sport and
lacrosse is the national summer sport. Today soccer is the most popular among Canadian children.
The life expectancy of a canadian is about 82 years of age. Although no one can predict how long you live. Scientists predicted that woman live longer than
There are 5 top products for export.
coal briquettes 2.4%
potassic fertilizers 2.3%
There is also top 5 products for import.
Government- Canada is parlimentary democracy and within it some regions are a constitutional monarchy.
Here are some of the biggest (and most recent)events in Canadian history.
1812-1814: War of 1812, U.S invades Canada
1837-1838:Rebellions against British Rule
1914-1918: World War I
1939-1945:World War II
1967: Canada's 100th Birthday
2003: Canada says "no" to join war in Iraq
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