Canada is one of two countries located in North America and is the second largest country in the world. It is situated just north of the United States and constitutes the northern part of the country, excluding Alaska. Over the years Canada's culture has been influenced by European culture and traditions, mainly that of the French and British. Canadian culture has also been influenced by the countries' first people, the Aboriginals, as well as the newer immigrated population (Wikipedia, 2007). Canada consists of ten provinces and three northern territories, almost all of which are "rich in land and natural resources" (Bailey, par. 2). Canada is often referred to as a mosaic community because there is such a wide variety
Canada is located in Northern North America, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean on the East, North Pacific Ocean on the West, and the Arctic Ocean on the North, North of the conterminous US. They mainly speak English and French, but use other languages like Punjabi, Italian, Spanish, German, Cantonese, Tagalog, and Arabic. Their major religions are Catholic, Protestant, other Christian, Muslim, Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist,
I am proud to be Canadian. I really am. No one can take that away from me. Canada is a unique country that provides many things to its citizens. There is a sense of unity, a sense of security, and most of us have a distinct sense of national identity. We have fresh air and clean land, and we are a free country, where we can speak our minds without fear. Many Provincial and National parks have been put in place to help preserve all of the natural land Canada has, and our country hasn’t been completely urbanized so we are a very clean country, with many freshwater lakes and Oceans on both borders. Canada has a very diverse amount of animals, and plants. Such as the caribou and moose, as well as deer and geese. Canadians have access to free, high
Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver are some of the other cities in Canada. Canada is also hoe to a diverse group of people. There are North American Indians, Asians, Chinese and European groups in Canada.
As Canadians, we have good reason to celebrate our 150th birthday. Canada is a thriving, vibrant and diverse community known around the world for our compassion, strong values, and always taking a stand for what's right.
Canada is an contemporary and technology based advanced country populated by various First Nation tribes, French and British people. Canada is today a cultural mosaic made up of people who have come from all around the world. Canada is a very energy self-sufficient country that economy relies greatly on its great quantity of natural resources.
Canada belongs to a number of international organizations. We are going to learn about five of them (see links above).
In the winter, you will find skiing, snowshoeing, ice fishing, snowmobiling, snowboarding, and sledding popular activities. As well as hockey and ice skating. In the summer, rock climbing, canoeing, swimming, fishing, hiking, and golf are available. Quebec City also has an amazing nightlife and the Winter Carnival is held from January 30, to February 15. Ice hockey and Canadian Football are popular sports to watch and Quebec has over 35 parks and wildlife reserves. As for the industry, agriculture, technology, and manufacturing are big workforce. Mining and tourism are big producers of jobs for the
Canada is a country that is known for opportunities and acceptance. Being Canadian mean many things and it makes me proud of what our nation have become. Canada is very accepting of sexes, races and religion. We respect others, as we appreciate the different cultures and even celebrating them, we also acknowledge the LBGTQ community. This is important to me, considering that Canada is a place where people can feel safe in their own skin and that everyone is being respectful to one another. Canada is a safe place to be living for the reason that we are known for peacekeepers, for instance Canada is allowing Syrian Refugees to become a Canadian resident because of the ongoing hardships. We promote peace and unity, more than we do violence. Another
Canada has a vast and assorted reach of geographic highlights. Canada is partitioned into 10 provinces and 3 territories.
The common question of “What does it mean to be Canadian” is something that this country's greatest leaders, thinkers and writers have wrestled with since our inception. To me being a Canadian means being free. Having the ability to express my opinion and the how i feel without being judged and to stand up for what i believe in and be treated equally. The pleasure of visiting and socializing with your neighbours no matter their race or their beliefs, and to sleep in peace at night knowing that your home will be there in the morning. Being Canadian to me means to be in a community that we are all so diverse but yet connected and able to socialize without fear. Being a citizen one of the most sane, civilized and respected nations in this world
In 2012, I started thinking about Canada. I read up on the process to immigrate to canada and found it was a lenghty process that takes years to finalise. The time it would take was not even the issue for me, but the fact that they had selected Noc Codes (The National Occupational Classification) and you have to get your documents on time and send them out before your occupation receieves the maximum number of applications allocated.
In journey of this life we are exploring many events and experiences which are most important to us. This experiences we gain it could be lesson for some of us, it could be mistake we made or it could be most memorable experience ever gained. Here are some of the experience that I gained in my life winning geography award, transition from middle school to high school and moving to Canada.