Table of contents 1. Introduction 2. Geographical position 3. Mountains, lowlands 4. Rivers, lakes 5. The territories and provinces 6. Towns, economy, agriculture 7. Climate 8. Animals, plantlife 9. Population 10. Sports 11. Culture 12. History 13. Political system, symbols 14. Conclusion 15. Materials 1. Introduction If you had to use two words to describe Canada, they might be large and diverse. Canada is the second largest country in the world, bordered by three oceans, and across the country, Canadians experience many different landscapes from rolling plains and mountains to the cold tundra of the north. Despite Canada's great size, it is one of the world's most sparsely populated countries. This fact, coupled with the grandeur of the landscape, has been central to the sense of Canadian national identity. 2. Geographical position
Canada is the second largest country in the world. Situated to the north of the United States, in North America, it has both English and French as its official languages. Even though its area is bigger than that of the United States, its population is only about 11% of that of the USA some 35 million. Because of that, Canada has one of the lowest population densities in the world. The capital of Canada is Ottawa the name of whose comes from the old Algonquin language, with the original word meaning `to trade'. Due to the country's huge size and position, it is very diverse. It is bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the west, the Atlantic to the east, and the Arctic to the north. The landscapes differ greatly from rolling plains and mountains to the cold tundra in the northern part of the country.
Canada Geography It borders USA from the south and north-west, it stretches from the Atlantic to the Pacific and northward into the Arctic Ocean The area of Canada is about 9,984,670 km2 The biggest cities are Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver The population of Canada is about 35,344,962 The main languages in Canada are English and French History First settlers entered Canada through Beringia by way of the Bering land bridge Some of their cultures had collapsed by the time European explorers arrived in the late 15th and early 16th centuries The first known attempt at European colonization began when Norsemen settled briefly at L'Anse aux Meadows in Newfoundland around 1000 AD Goverment Canada has a parliamentary system within the context of a constitutional monarchy The sovereign is Queen Elizabeth II, who also serves as head of state of 15
Canada. Canada is a very large country. It is over 600,000 sq kilometers larger than the United States. Over 5,000 km of border separate Canada and the United States. Canada does not have nearly as many people as the United States, it has only a tenth as many. Its climate helps to explain why there are so few people in so big land. The northern part of Canada is called Eskimo land and there are very cold winters. Only in the southern part and the west coast is the climate as mild as in the western part of the United States. During the Ice Age almost all of Canada was covered time after time whit great sheets of ice. These sheets carried away much of Canada's soil to the United States. Parts of Canada were first settled by the French, part of it by the English. Picturesque Quebec is the most French, of Canada's big cities
Ottawa Ottawa is the capital of Canada and a municipality within the Province of Ontario. Located in the Ottawa Valley in the eastern portion of Southern Ontario, the city lies on the southern banks of the Ottawa River, a major waterway forming the local boundary between the Provinces of Ontario and Quebec. The 2006 Census recorded the population at 812,129, making it the fourth largest municipality in the country and second largest in Ontario. Connected by several bridges to its Quebec neighbour , the City of Gatineau on
Shares land borders with the U.S Is a federal state, governed as a parliamentary democracy and a constitutional monarchy Canada comes from the word kanata, meaning village or settlement History The first inhabitants were the Inuits (Eskimo) First white man in the country John Cabot The French and British colonies settled the Atlantic coast in the late 15th century Later on, thousands of British colonists emigrated to Canada from the American colonies and the British Isles History In 1849 the right of Canada to selfgovern was recognized A gradual process of independence from the UK culminated in the Canada Act in 1982, severing the last vestiges of independence on the British parliament History Klõpsake juhtslaidi teksti laadide redigeerimiseks Teine tase Kolmas tase Neljas tase
Canada Aboriginal people, First Nations and Inuit Eneli Maltsar Form 9 8th December 2017 Canada Canada is a country in the nothern part of North America The capital of Canada is Ottawa The population of Canada is 36 million Total area is 9,984,670 square kilometres (3,855,100 square miles) The largest city is Toronto Canada Canada is a bilingual country : they speak both English and French The monarch is the Queen of England It's ten provinces and three territories extend Canada's national anthem is `' O Canada '' How Canada got it's name? Canada's name comes from `' kanata, '' the Iroquois-Huron word for `' village '' or `' settlement '' Aboriginal people, First Nations and Inuit Aboriginal Canadians, also known as Indigenous Canadians, are the indigenous people within the boundaries of present - day Canada.
Canada Canada is the second largest country in the world by total area, which is about 10 million sq km. It extends from the Atlantic Ocean in the east to the Pacific Ocean in the west and northwarsd into the Arctic ocean. Canada shares land borders with the USA to the south and north-west. The population of Canada is about 33,3 million and the capital is Ottawa. The first inhabitants of Canada were native Indian peoples, primarily the Inuits. Starting from the late 15th century both British and French expeditions explored and later settled the Atlantic coast. French ceded nearly all of its colonies in North-America in 1763 after the Seven Years War. Canada is a parlamentary democracy and a constitutional Monarch with Queen Elizabeth the Second as a head of state. The federal comprises ten provinces and three territoties. Canada is a bilingueal and multicultural country