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Transcript of Canada
The flag of Canada is TA-DA
Just look at which province you want to go to, on the map.
My country is Canada because it is cold and Mr. Soto loves the cold! Also, it is fascinating with all the glaciers!
The 2014 estimate of Canada's population is 35,344,962 people.
The currency that Canadians use is the Canadian dollar Canadian dollar to 0.91 of a U.S dollar.
The capital of Canada is Ottawa. It was founded in 1826 with the name Bytown, and changed to Ottawa in 1855.
Canada's continent is North America, located in the Northern hemisphere.
Canada's national animal is the
Canada's national sports are hockey and lacrosse
Canada's national food is a delicacy
called Poutine. Montreal-style bagels also are a bit national, including
Canada's royal anthem is "God save the Queen".
Canada's national anthem is "O Canada"
Some sights to see at Canada include its
glaciers, huge chunks of frozen water.
In my opinion, the best sight to see is Ca-
nada's mountains with high altitudes.
So, Canada is magnificent , but, it is your choice if you want to visit it.
Canada's government is a Parliamentary democracy: its system of government holds that the law is the supreme authority. The Parliament building is located in Ottawa, Canada.
Inside Canada's Parliament
Outside Canada's Parliament
One of the national holidays in
Canada is Canada Day,
celebrated on July first.
1. Canadians consume more macaroni and cheese than any other nation on earth.
2. Canada's groundhog, Wiarton Willie, is actually an albino groundhog from Wiarton Ohio.
Canada's National Bird
There seems to be some controversary about
Canada's national bird, in fact they don't have
one. Canada has not named its national bird.
There are several nominations for that title including: Canada Goose, Common Loon, Red Tailed Hawk, Grey Jay and Tundra Swan.
Canada is the second largest nation
in the world, and possibly the safest.
Canada is also the largest country in
the western hemisphere. Canada is
very large and takes up 6 time zones.
Canadian currency is Canadian Dollar (CAD).
1 Canadian dollar is 0.91 U.S
Canadian 1 dollar coins are called