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Transcript of CANADA ^-^
Ice hockey is one of most exciting, high energy aerobic winter sports. It was developed in Canada in the 1800s, inspired by soccer and Native american ball-stick.
It´s a contact sport played between two teams using a small ball and long-hadled called a crosse.
The main topics that we are going to give importance are:
Sports & Education
What can we know about this country?
Quebec and Acadie
Canada comes from the Iroquois Kanata root that means "village".
The first inhabitants of the region were people from Siberia, who came across the Bering Strait, and later came the last Inuit (Eskimos) from Asia.
There were two colonies: Quebec and Acadia.
After the independence of America English settlers migrated to Canada.
Now, Canadians celebrate the "Day of Queen Victoria '
Vast and diverse.
Second largest country in the world.
The highest peak is Mount Elbert.
Parks belong to UNESCO.
One of the most famous lakes of Canada.
P. N. Jasper
P. N. Banff.
P. N. Yoho
21 to rent cars
Canadian culture is a term that embodies the artistic, culinary, literary, humour, musical, political and social elements that are representative of Canada and Canadians. Throughout Canada's history, its culture has been influenced by European culture and traditions, especially British and French, and by its own indigenous cultures.
¨The Maple leaf¨
sistem is similar to the one in Spain