Introduction:. Canada Was A Land Of Vast Distances And

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Introduction: Canada was a land of vast distances and rich natural resources, and became a hegemonic power in 1867, while maintaining relations with the British Crown. Economically and technically, the nation has developed parallel to the United States, its neighbor to the south across the longest international border in the world. Canada faces the political challenges of meeting public demands to improve the quality of health care, education, social services and economic competitiveness. Canada also aims to develop its diverse energy resources while maintaining its commitment to the environment. (1) 1. Geography of Canada: - Location: North North America, on the border with the North Atlantic from the east, the North Pacific in the west,…show more content…
(1) - Capital Name: Ottawa. Administrative Departments: [This entry generally includes administrative numbers, terms and administrative sections of the first class, as approved by the US Geographical Names Council (GAG), but reported but not yet observed changes are noted by geographical names. And special characters] (1) - National Holiday: Canada Day, July 1 (1867) - Constitution of Canada: [composed of unwritten, written, customs, resolutions and traditions dating back to 1763; the written part of the Constitution consists of the Constitution Act of 29 March 1867, which created a federation of four provinces and the Constitution Act of 17 April 1982; Many amendments to the 1982 Constitution Act, the latest of which is 2011 (2016)]. (1) - Legal system: [Public law system except Quebec, where civil law is based on French civil law]. (1) - Participation of the International Law Organization: [Accepts the compulsory jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice with reservations; accepts the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court]. (1) - Rating: [18 years; universal] (1) - Executive Authority: Head of State: [Queen Elizabeth I (since 6 February 1952); represented by Governor-General David Johnston (since 1 October 2010) [1] • Prime Minister: Prime Minister Justin Pierre-James Tordio (Liberal Party) (since November 4, 2015) • The Council of Ministers: The Federal Ministry, which is usually chosen by the Prime Minister from among its members in
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