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Transcript of CANADA
Canada is a federal parliamentary monarchy which is governed by the principles of the Constitution Act of 1982. The country has a federal regime whose powers are divided between the central Government and the provincial, is the 2nd biggest country in the world
They have nicknames that Canadians use in everyday life. These include:
1¢: penny (the penny was removed from circulation in 2012)
$1 :dollar or “loonie”
$2 :two dollars or “toonie”
Canada is located in North America , Its one country above USA . Canada has a territory of 9.985.000 km² this is approximately 5 times Mexico. It complies by ten provinces and three territories.
Newfoundland and Labrador
Prince Edward Island
Thema. (2010). Gran Atlas visual del cosmos, Tierra y México. México DF: Programa Educativo Visual.
Canada’s official currency is the Canadian dollar ($). There are 100 cents (¢) in a dollar. Coins have different sizes, shapes and colours.
What will we talk about?
There are two official languages :
English(About 58 percent of the population reported that their mother tongue was English. English was also the language most often spoken at home by 66 percent of the population)
French (out 22 percent of the population reported that their mother tongue was French, and French was the language most often spoken at home by 21 percent.)
Saint Joseph’s Oratory
Chateau Lake Louise
The Canadian Rockies
Fish and Brewis
Saskatoon Berry Pie
Handshaking as the most common form of greeting - with a strong grip and eye contact;
Leaving footwear inside the entrance when you enter someone's home;
Giving flowers, the best quality wine, and chocolates when invited to someone's dinner party;
Giving someone his/her personal space in a conversation, avoiding touching as much as possible;
Using appropriate titles or last names when addressing a person - use the first name only when invited, as first names tend to be used by family and close friends.
Winterlude in Ottawa
Celebration of Light in Vancouver
Just for Laughs in Montreal
Michael J. Fox