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CANADA
Melita Škljar &  Katerina   Leppik
C A N A D A
  is a 
country
consisting 
of     t e n 
provinces 
CAPITAL  CITY -  O T T A W A
Population is 883 391 
FLAG- Maple Leaf  
Largest city: Toronto
Athem: “O Canada”
Official  languges:  English  and  French
Area: 9,984,670 km2 (2nd after Russia)
Population: 34,319,000 
SPORTS
                  Canada's official national sports 
are  hockey  in the  winter
 Hockey is the  sport  most played by 
Canadians, with 1.65 million participants
Lacrosse  
Best  
summer 
game
Other popular spectator sports include  curling  
and  football , that is played professionally in 
the  Canadian Football League  (CFL)
CANADA’s HOLIDAYS
The most  important   holiday  is                                 
                           Canada Day
It is Canada's national  birthday
The  first  Canada Day was on  July  1st,                     
                                1867
It is celebrating with Fireworks,                               
                             parades, barbecues, concerts,    
                                                           carnivals, 
fairs and picnics
HOLIDAYS
Christmas
 New  Year  
  Thanksgiving 
Icelandic Festival 
  Polar   Bear   Swim  Day 
Remembrance Day 
 Victoria Day 
 Waffle Day 
ENVIRONMENT
Canada has a very 
large and  diverse  range 
of geographic  features
 Much of Canada is  still  
wilderness, cover  by 
forests
The  Rocky  Mountains 
cover a major  part of 
western  Canada
Canada has a lot of 
lakes  and rivers  
that  makes  it even 
more beautiful
It also has many 
caves
many rare animals  
and  species  
protection areas
ANIMALS
Currently, Canada has more than 
7100 species of  plants  and animals 
Some of  these  animals are:  moose, 
deer,  bisonbeaver , raccoon, 
opossum, groundhog, prairie  dogs
rabbits, wolverine, squirrels,  skunks
porcupines,  bobcat , mountain  lion
fox, coyotes, wolf
But the most important are:
BEAVER
MOOSE
BEAR
NIAGARA   FALLS
Niagara Falls is a set of 
massive  waterfalls 
located  on the Niagara 
River in eastern North 
America, on the border 
between Canada and 
the United States
Niagara Falls is the 
largest waterfall  in the 
world by volume
DELLA  FALLS
The Canada's 
highest  waterfall is 
Della Falls 
which is 440 
metres high
CANADA FACTS
Canada's coastline is the  longest in 
the world 
(244,000 km) 
 The CN Tower was  built  by the 
Canadian National Railway 
stands 181  stories  high 
(553.33 meters tall)
Roger  Centre 
capacity  ranges from 
5,000 to 60,000 
for sports events, 
concerts, family 
shows , trade shows 
and conventions. 
It has the world’s first 
fully retractable  roof
The Trans-Canada 
highway is the 
longest highway in 
the world
It is 8,030 km long 
and that joins 10 
provinces
Edmonton (the capital of the  province  of Alberta, in 
western Canada) has the second greatest temperature 
variation in the world
-40º  C
+40º  C
According to the United 
Nations Human 
Development Index (ÜRO 
inimarengu indeks), Canada 
has the highest quality of 
life in the world
 West Edmonton Mall is the 
world's largest  shopping  
centre
featuring over 800 stores 
and  services
over 100  eating  
establishments
plus  nine world class 
attractions
SOURCES
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canad
www.google.com

Document Outline



  • Slide 1

  • C A N A D A

  • CAPITAL CITY - O T T A W A

  • FLAG- Maple Leaf

  • Slide 5

  • SPORTS

  • Lacrosse Best summer game

  • Slide 8

  • CANADA’s HOLIDAYS

  • HOLIDAYS

  • ENVIRONMENT

  • Slide 12

  • ANIMALS

  • Slide 14

  • NIAGARA FALLS

  • DELLA FALLS

  • CANADA FACTS

  • Slide 18

  • Slide 19

  • Slide 20

  • Slide 21

  • Slide 22

  • Slide 23
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