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WELCOME TO CANADA

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Axel Hjelmqvist

on 26 September 2014

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Transcript of WELCOME TO CANADA

Canadians 'nuff said
Nature
Education
Primary education
Canadian politics
Political issues

How do most Canadians live?
- 80 percent of all Canadians live on the landborder to the US.

- There are approximately 115 000 inhabitants in the three northern territories. This is extremely low since the three northern territories are huge.

- Most of the french people in Canada live in the province of Québec.
3 Famous Canadians
WELCOME TO CANADA
A PRESENTATION BY F.L.A.F
Three levels of government:
*Federal government: entire Canada
*Provincial and territorial government: provinces



*Municipal (local) government: regions

Compulsory
Grade 8
Quebec 6 grades
Federal, Provincial and local governments
Divided into 4 parts

The Head of State

The House of Commons

The prime minister

The Senate
Secondary education
Justin Bieber
-singer

Jim Carrey
-movie actor

Sidney Crosby
-icehockey player





Grade 9-12
Quebec grade 7-11
Compulsory between age of 16 and 18
Post-secondary education

A Lieutenant Governor

A legislate assembly
All provinces have:


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The regions are responsible for:

Structure

Finances

Management




Structure
Provinces - School districts
Public - Free, Funded by government
Private - Pay
Post-secondary - Pay tuition

Biggest country after Russia
English and French
Ottawa
Ice Hockey
Animals
Climate
Niagara Falls
Historical highlights
Icelandic saga
Bjarni Herjólfsson
Leif Erikson
Discovery
Settlement
L'Anse aux Meadows
Jacques Cartier
New France 1535
Colonisation 1605
Samuel de Champlain
Port Royal
Québec 1608
War of the Spanish succession
Newfoundland 1713
Ohio 1758
Treaty of Paris
England
Heej leo
Hej Axel :3

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22:30
Nonexistence
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