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ENGLISH SPEAKING COUNTRIES PROJECT

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ENGLISH SPEAKING COUNTRIES PROJECT
CANADA
Paula Alcalde
Mireia Artacho
Paula Bueno

Salesians Badalona
2nd A ESO
2013-2014
PURPOSE
We have chosen Canada because it looks like a nice country and we would like to go there.
Many people says that it's a beautiful country and it has lots of things to visit.
In 2014 had the population at 35,344,962.
THE COUNTRY
Canada is a country of North America consisting of 10 provinces.
At 10 million square kilometres in total, Canada is the world's second-largest country by total area.
FLAG
POPULATION
THE CAPITAL
Ottawa is the capital of Canada, and the fourth largest city in the country.
OTHER IMPORTANT CITIES
Toronto
Montreal
Quebec
Winnipeg
Vancouver
HISTORY
The first inhabitants were the Siberians and the Eskimos.
After battles between France and England, Canada was conquered by the English in the eighteenth century.
OFFICIAL LANGUAGES
The official languages of Canada are French and English.
MONUMENTS AND LANDMARKS
National War Memorial
The Basilica of Notre Dame
Chateau Frontenac
The Canadian dollar is the currency of Canada. It is abbreviated with C$.
CURRENCY
LANDSCAPE AND WILDLIFE
FOOD
In Canada people eat junk food.
SPORTS
In Canada, the most common sports are ice hockey, lacrosse, Canadian football, basketball, soccer (football), curling and baseball.
LACROSSE
The objective of the game is to score goals, using a stick.
CURLING
The objective of the sport is to throw a stone to the other side of the ice.
CULTURE
SYMBOLS
Maple leaf
Beaver
Canadian horse

RELIGION
Canada has not official religion.
-Christianity
-Islam
-Hinduism
-Judaism
-Sikhism
-Buddhism
THE ANTHEM
TABLE OF CONTENTS
·Purpose
·Contents:
-The country
-Maps
-Flag
-Anthem
-Population
-The capital and other
important cities
- History
- Official languages



- Monuments and
landmarks
- Currency
- Landscape and
wildlife
- Food
- Sports
- Culture

·Bibliography

BIBLIOGRAPHY
THE END
www.en.wikipedia.org
www.see-canada.ca
www.princenton.esu
www.foodincanada.com
www.absolut-canada.com
www.canadainternational.gc.ca
CURIOSITY
64% Bulling
72% Observe bulling
40% Tried to intervene
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