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BY: Navneet, Sonu
Leta Canada VS Brazil Canada Canada has a large land size since it’s the second largest country in the world! The total land size of Canada is 9,984,670 km2. Canada is a large country with a large population. Brazil Nowadays, Brazil is known as the fifth largest
country in the world. It covers about half the
continent of South America. Brazil shares the
border with many other countries and it also
includes twenty six states. The total land size
of Brazil is 3,855,101 square kilometer. Also, one
third of Brazil is covered by the Amazon rain
forest. Canada And
Brazil Land Size Land Size Canada Brazil Brazil Canada Brazil Canada Land form Regions Canada has 6 land form regions viewed by satellites. The
6 land form regions are Cordillera, Interior Plains, Canadian Shield, Great Lakes and St. Lawrence, Appalachian and Arctic. Each land form has geologic structures, physical features, climatic conditions, soils, and vegetation. As a whole, Canada’s landforms encompass diversity of landscapes: spectacular mountain ranges, sweeping plains, rocky uplands, temperate lowlands, and frigid tundra. The forces of nature actively shape the landforms. Some forces level landforms, others rebuild them. Land form regions Brazil is a huge country that includes many
different types of landform. It has beaches, hills,
plains, mountains and many more. The Amazon
River is the second largest river in the world
and it is located in Brazil. There is also a rain
forest located in Brazil, the rain forest is
called the Amazon rain forest and is the
world’s largest Rain Forest. Provinces Canada has 11 provinces. Quebec, Ontario,
British Columbia, Nova Scotia, Alberta,
Manitoba, Saskatchewan, New Brunswick,
Prince Edward Island, New Found Land and
Labrador. Ontario has the largest
population- 13,505.9 (people by thousands)
2012. And Prince Edward Island has the least-
146.1 (people by thousands)-2012. States So far, Brazil has twenty six states. Some of the states are bigger than others. There are twenty six states in Brazil but there are eleven provinces in Canada. Canada is still the second largest country in the world and it only has 11 provinces. That is because Canada has bigger provinces and Brazil has smaller states. The twenty six states include: Acre, Alagoas, Amapá, Amazonas, Bahia, Ceará, Espírito Santo, Goiás, Maranhão, Mato Grosso, Mato Grosso do Sul, Minas Gerais, Pará, Paraíba, Paraná, Pernambuco, Piauí. Rio de Janeiro, Rio Grande do Norte, Rio Grande do Sul, Rondonia, Roraima, Santa Catarina, São Paulo, Sergipe, and Tocantins. The largest state in Brazil is São Paulo. Climate In winter, temperatures fall below -0 throughout
most of Canada. Along the Arctic Circle, mean
temperatures are below freezing for seven months a
year. During the summer months the southern provinces
often experience high levels of humidity and temperatures
that can surpass 30 degrees Celsius regularly.
Western and south-eastern Canada experience high
rainfall, but the Prairies are dry with 250 mm to
500 mm of rain every year. Climate The seasons of Brazil are kind of similar to the seasons in the Northern Hemisphere. Temperatures and rainfall vary for different parts of the country. In the North it is humid with heavy
rainfall all year round. In the costal areas, it is hot,
with slightly less rainfall. In the central regions, it is
semi humid (hot and wet during the summer time
and drier and cooler during the winter time).
In the south, it is humid with regular rainfall
and occasional snowfall and frost. The northeaster part of brazil is dry and temperatures can rise up to 30 degrees during summer Canada Canada Brazil Brazil Canada Interesting Features Canada has one of the world's highest living standards. In 1991: 83% of houses had 1 car, 97.5 had color televisions and 1 out of 5 had a computer. For sure that has increased by now! Six cities in Canada have a population of over 1 million: Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton and Ottawa. And half of the country is covered with forests, considering one-tenth of the world’s forests are here. Did you know? British Columbia has 330 days of rain per year. And Saskatchewan is reportedly the sunniest place in Canada with 2,537 hours of sunshine per year. Nunavut takes up one fifth of Canada’s total land area. In addition Canada has hosted the Olympic Games 3 times. Interesting Features Brazil has almost a third of the world’s 300 monkey species, which makes home to the largest species of monkey. Brazil is one of the world’s leading producers of hydroelectric power. It is said that
Brazil is the largest country in South America. To vote in any
election, you must be aged between 18 and 65. The warmest months in Brazil are from November to march, during those months it is summer in the southern hemisphere. Even in poorer cities, most houses have electricity and water available. All Brazilian children between the ages of seven and fourteen must go to school. Brazilians are a huge fan of soccer. They have won the world cup around four to five times. The world’s largest soccer stadium is located Brazil in the state of Rio de Janerio. GDP per Capita Canada’s income per capita grew in 2012, but at
a modest pace of only 1.2 per cent. Canada’s ranking
on income per capita dropped from 6th position among
comparator countries in 2000, to 8th in 2008, where
it remained through 2012. Canada’s income per capita was US$36,138 in 2012—about $12,000 below Norway, the
top performer. Canada’s income per capita also trails
that of the United States. The Canada–U.S. per capita
income gap tripled between 1980 and 2012, to nearly
$7,000. Canada is stuck at about 84 per cent
of the U.S. level. GDP Per Capita The GDP per Capita has changed from the past
few years. In 2011 it was 4803.40 US dollar. The
GDP per Capita in Brazil is equivalent to 39 percent
of the world's average. In 2004 it was 3734 and in
2001 it was 4803.40. In 2010 the GDP per Capita in
Brazil drooped a little from 4478.8091 to 4424.7586. Type of money The official currency of Canada is the Canadian dollar. The Canadian dollar is also called ‘buck’. The Canadian dollar was printed for the first time in 1817 by the Bank of Montreal. The wording on the banknotes is in French and English. The phrase that appears on Canadian banknotes reads ‘Elizabeth II, by the Grace of God, Queen’. The bills are available in $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100. The new $100 and $20 bills are waterproof! The Canadian dollar is an important component of the Dutch Caribbean, French, and British finance systems and economies. Type of money Brazil Brazil Toursim Spots Tourist Places Canada Imports and Exports- Canada Imports and Exports Brazil Leader of Government Canada In Brazil they use money too. Like how in
Canada we call our money “dollars” in Brazil
they call their money “centavo coins”. There
are many different types of coins and bills.
There are six different type of centavo coins
and each of them are worth different price. Canada has many unique attractions 11 recommend
to visitors to Canada – or to Canadians who
wish to experience more of their own vast and
beautiful country. The top 10 places to be
seen in Canada is the Canadian Rockies, Niagara
Falls, Pacific Rim National Park, Cabot Trail,
Baffin Island, the Prairies, the Rocky Mountaineer,Canadas wonderland and Bay of Fundy. In Brazil, there are a lot of tourism sports. One of the tourism sports in Brazil is Ouro Preto which means black gold. Ouro Preto was found in the late 17th century. There is an opera house named Teatro Amazonas. There is also the Historic center of Olinda. Olinda is a city located in the northeastern coast of Brazil. Olinda has a lot of attractions. In Brazil there is the world’s largest wetland called Pantanal. Pantanal mostly lies on the western of Brazil and you can also see a lot of wild life. Amazon River is the second largest river worlds. There are number of species living in the Amazon rainforest. Like how in Canada there is the Niagara Falls to separate Canada and U.S.A, in Brazil they have Iguazu Falls. The Iguazu Falls separates Brazil and Argentina. Last but not least, there is a statue of Jesus Christ known as Christ the Redeemer. The statue is located in the state of Rio de Jeneiro. Canada is the 10th largest exporter and 12th largest importer in the world. In the year 2000 Canada exported approximately $410 billion worth goods and services. US are Canada’s largest and most important trade partner. Canada also exports raw materials that are gold, timber, mineral, oil, natural gas, technology and telephones/communication. Agricultural products such as wheat, barley, oats, corn, livestock and red meat are an important part of Canada’s exports.
Canada imports business services. Canada pays experts from other countries to provide research & development services, insurance & transportation services. Total value of imports: US $406.4 billion. Primary imports partners are-: US 51.1%, China 10.88%, and Mexico 4.56%. Brazilians import and export to many different
countries around the world. Brazilians import
and export a lot. Some of the things that the
Brazilians may import are machinery, electrical
equipment, transport equipment, oil and many more.
Some of the things that Brazilians export are transport equipment, iron ore, footwear, coffee, aircraft part, machinery, cars, car parts and more. Stephen Harper the leader of the executive branch of the Canadian federal government. Stephen Harper provides leadership and direction to government with the support of a cabinet, which the prime minister chooses, the prime minister's office of political staff, and the Privy Council office of non-partisan public servants who provide a focal point for the Canadian public service. Brazil Canada Population Capital City Canada Brazil Leader Of Government Like how there is a Prime Minister in Canada, in Brazil they have a president. The current president of Brazil is Dilma Rausseff. Since Dilma Rausseff is the President of Brazil, she takes care of the top issues of Brazil. Capital City Ottawa is the fourth largest city in Canada. English and French are the main languages spoken in Ottawa. Ottawa has some of Canada's finest museums, galleries and historical sites. Ottawa was named the capital city of Canada by Queen Victoria on December 31, 1857. Ottawa has several major colleges and universities, including the University of Ottawa, Carleton University, and Algonquin College. Ottawa hosts more than 35 major festivals and events every year. Brazil The name of the capital city in Brazil is called Brasilia. Brasilia is located in the state of Federal District. Brasilia is kind of in the center of the country. Brasilia was the capital city in the year 1980’s. Flag National Flag Day is celebrated on the Feb. 15. The flag of Canada at the Peace Tower flies 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It is changed on a daily basis. The Peace Tower flag is 2.25 metres by 4.5 metres. The largest Canadian flag ever made, according to Flying Colors International, was recently unveiled at a football game in Hamilton, between the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Toronto Argonauts. The flag was 38 metres by 76 metres, and required at least 80 pairs of hands to carry it on to the field. This flag will never fly: it's too big. The flag costed $15,000. Flag The Brazilian flag was adopted on November 19 1889. The Brazilian flag has a meaning of why it has a green background, yellow diamond and with a lot of white stars in the blue crystal ball. The green background represents the field and the Amazon River. The yellow diamond represents gold. The crystal blue ball with a lot of stars in the middle represents the sky of Rio de Janeiro on the night of November 15th 1889. Each of the little stars represents the states in Brazil. Canada The population of Canada as of October 1996 was (30 million). 31% of the population live in the largest cities of Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver. The population in 2011 was 34,482,779. Canada's population is growing slowly; the growth rate is higher than that in most industrialized countries. Global population growth has global impacts that are felt in Canada, including pressures on the environment and demand for products that is exported form Canada Population Brazil Life Expectancy Life Expectancy Canada Language Spoken Canada Language Spoken Brazil Canada is a multi-cultural country. Majority of Canadians are Christians 54.2 percent of Canadians are Roman Catholic, other religions in Canada include: Protestantism, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Sikhism and Buddhism. There are different kinds of traditions, cultures and festivals celebrated for all these cultures and all the people come to celebrate! Canada Brazil Brazil is a large country, so there are a lot of people. There are small states but there are a lot of people. The population size of Brazil is estimated around 33,707,000. In the state of Minas, Gerais, Rio de Grande and Sao Paulo, 41% of the Brazilians live there. Canada maintains its “B” grade and 6th-place ranking among 17 peer countries. The gap in life expectancy between Canada and the U.S. continues to widen; Canadians now live three years longer than Americans. Canada is slightly higher than the average among the countries ranked. The average Canadian born in 2009 can be expected to live 81.2 years. Five countries have higher life expectancies than Canada—83 years in Japan, 82.3 years in Switzerland, 82.1 years in Italy, 81.6 years in Australia, and 81.4 years in Sweden. The life expectancy in Brazil is around 73.1 years. The life expectancy has change from the past. Every year there are some changes. Before, in 2002 it was around 71 years. Now that changed because in 2010 the life expectancy is around 73.1. So from 2002 and 2010 there is a little difference, it is a difference about 2 years. The languages spoken throughout Canada are English and French, both these languages are both official languages of Canada. Chinese is the third most common mother tongue in Canada, with the number of people reporting Chinese as their mother tongue at a total of 872,400. Other languages spoken in Canada are Punjabi, Spanish, Italian, and German. The major language that is spoken is Portuguese. Portuguese is the major language because Brazil was a Portuguese colony. Even though Portuguese is the major language a lot of people know English. Brazilians know how to speak English fluently. Religions Brazil Canada Brazil Canada Brazil Religions Brazil has many different religions like many other countries. Therefore, Brazil is a multi-culture. About 1% of the Brazils populations do not believe in god. Around 3 quarters of the population claim to be Roman Catholics. It is believed there are a lot of Catholics. In fact, there are more Catholics in Brazil than in any other countries around the world. Some of the other religions in Brazil include: Jewish, Muslin, Buddhist, Jehovah’s Witness, Shinto, Rastafarian, Candomble and also Umbanda. Food Canadians love eating different types of foods. Some of the foods they eat are Poutine, Smoked meat, Nanaimo Bars, Dill pickle chips, Maple syrup on pancakes and waffles, Labatt Blue, Tourtiere, Beaver tails, and Tim Horton’s iced cap, Naan:- Canada eats 3.42 times more naan than other cities around the world., Muffins:- Canada eats 2.40 times more of them than other places., Ribs:- Canada consumes 2.77 times more ribs than other place and so much more! Food Popular foods are eaten throughout the Brazil. Brazilians use the methods and ingredients introduced by Europeans. The foods include pine nuts, yams, acai, cassava, hog plum, okra, peanuts, cheese bread, tapioca, and chourico, which is essentially a spicy sausage. The national dish of Brazil is called feijoada. Feijodada is a weekly ritual in many restaurants and homes. Traditions And Cultures Canadians commemorate their country’s birthday every year on July 1. Thanksgiving in Canada is on the second Monday in October. It’s a day Canadians say thanks for the good life Canada has to offer. Once every year, Canadians remember those who died in for their country. We remember these brave men and women for their courage on November 11. To remember Queen Victoria (1819-1901), Ontario celebrates the former British queen’s birthday on May 24 with a public holiday every year. Christmas is also celebrated on the 25th of December. Traditions and cultures Brazil has numerous traditions, from sports to dance. Capoeira and martial art is based on self-defense practices devised by African slaves. It was originally necessary to practice self-defense; the art now resembles dancing as much as fighting. Brazil's enthusiasm for soccer launches the sport to the level of a national obsession. Candomble traditions include offerings to Lemanja during the New Year, as well as Boa Morte, or beautiful death, a celebration that takes place in Salvador and incorporates music and dance. Samba music and dance comes from the Bantu who arrived in Brazil from Angola. This African musical import has evolved to produce Bossa Nova and other traditional forms of Brazilian music. Canada Trading Partners Canada's trading partners are U.S.A, Mexico, Brazil, China, Japan, United Kingdom, Germany, South Korea. Canadian exports were, in order, the U.S., the U.K., China, Japan and Mexico. U.S.A is Canada's one of the largest and oldest trading partner. Canadian goods exported to China reached $19.3 billion last year, ahead of the $18.6 billion worth of goods shipped to the U.K. Canadian goods exported to China reached $19.3 billion in 2012. Canada’s biggest export to China is wood, pulp, and paper products. Exports to Vietnam, China and India are expected to increase by 12 per cent annually from 2021 to 2030. Brazil Resources Trading Partners Like many other countries, Brazil has many trading partners. some of Brazils trading partners are Canada, United states and Mexico. Brazil had a free trade agreement in 1993. Brazil also exports to the Central America, Mexcio, and Carribbean. Some of the countries that brazils imports to are china, U.S.A, germany, and many more 1. http://www.bramptonguardian.com/news/article/1591495--india-becoming-one-of-canada-s-largest-trading-partners
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12. http://www.canada.com/globaltv/national/story.html?id=4d297c89-5675-4f20-b801-21e1eda67e7d Canada Fun Facts 1. Canada has more women than men in age group of 15-64.
2. Canada is largest producer of natural uranium in the world.
3. The largest Island in Canada is Baffin Island which is fifth biggest island on Earth.
4. The average person in Canada watches more than 20 hours of television per week.
5. Canadian more popular in Hollywood includes: Justin Beiber, William Shatner, and Celine Dion and Avril Lavigne. Brazil THANK YOU FOR WATCHING! Fun Facts 1. Brazil is larger than Japan, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Indonesia and South Africa
2. Brazil is the largest country in South America
3. Brazil has the longest beach at 7500km
4. The worlds second largest river the Amazon is found in Brazil.
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