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  • 1.  
  • 2.
    • It's in the North of United States.
    • 3. The second country bigger after Russia.
    • 4. Capital: Otawa.
    • 5. Languages: English and French.
  • 6.  
  • 7. NIAGARA FALLS
    • Height: 52 m.
    • 8. International border between Ontario (Canada) and state of New York.
    • 9. Water from Great Lakes carved a path to Atlantic Ocean.
    • 10. 6 millions cubic of water falls in a minute.
  • 11. OTTAWA
    • It's the capital with many bridges to Quebec in the North of Ottawa river.
    • 12. It was considered city in 1855 and it's very clean
    • 13. The parliament buildings are beautiful.
  • 14. TORONTO
    • It's the largest city,near lake Ontario, important financial centre, very clean and expensive.
    • 15. When European arrived, this place was occupied by Huron tribes.
  • 16. VANCOUVER
    • It was considered city from1886.
    • 17. The city is rounded by nature, near Fraser river and Pacific Ocean, in the West of Canada with a port very important.
    • 18. The discoverer Vancouver gave the name to the city.
  • 19. INUIT OR ESKIMO
  • 20. INUIT
    • Inuit or Eskimo live in the North of Canada in Nunavut.
    • 21. The capital is Iqualit.
    • 22. Inuit are a group of indigenous peoples, live in Artic regions.
    • 23. They are hunters and fishers.
  • 24. IGLU They Live here.
  • 25.
    • They use a boat called Kayak and dog sleds for transportation with husky dogs.
  • 26. ANIMALS
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  • 28.
    • Different people from Europe arrived to Canada in XVIII century.
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