Canada (What I know about Canada from before? (Known for maple-sirup,…
What I know about Canada from before?
Ottawa is the capital
Similar to Norway nature wise
French and English
Prime minister Justin Trudeau
red and white flag with a maple tree leaf
Known for maple-sirup
was a French colony
THe niagara falls on the border between USA and Canada
Canada shares the longest international border with the US
The secound largest country
nearly 90% live within 200 km of the US border
What I learned from the text about Canada today
95% of people in Quebec speaks French
ethnic diversity in the country
US largest trading partner
Has one of the highest imigration rates in the world
a member of UN, NATO and the commonwealth
What I learned from the text about "History"
Used to be called "New France"
the different provinces and colonies became one country between 1867 and 1949.
Indigenous people: the First Nations or Inuit
The number of Inuits decreased by half the first hundred years after colonisation because of illnesses.
Population : 35 million
What I know about Canadians from before?
Speak English or French mostly
An American with healthcare and no guns