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    • C A N A D A
      Albert Oller
      Alex García
    • Index
      • Introduction
      • History
      • Geography
      • Flora
      • Fauna
      • Marine fauna
      • Demography and Lenguages
      • Typicalfood
      • Typical sport
      • Canada is the second bigger country.
      • The Capital of Canada is Ottawa.
      • But Toronto is the city with more people.
      • His territory is to 9.984.670 km²
      • His money is the Canadian dollar
      Introduction
    • History of Canada
      • Canada was discovered in 1534 by Jacques Cartier.
      • Canada was colonizated by France in 1663 later of found Quebec and Montreal.
      • Were produced four wars between French and Indian aborigines.
      • In 1713 signed the treat of Utrecht between France and England
      • Canada get his constitutional autonomy to the repatriation of the constitution in 1982.
      • Canada takes the north of America.
      • Canada have 6.415 km of border whit U.S.A.
      • Canada is the second country bigger after Russia.
      • Canada is the first country whit more lakes and rivers.
      • In west we can trove the green and big Canadian prairie.
      Geography
    • Flore
      • One of themajorrichnesses of the country theforestsconstitute.
      • In the tundra, in thesummertheybloombirches and dwarfwillows, grasses, mosses and flowers of everlastingleaf.
      • Tothesouth of the tundra theyfindthebigforests of coniferousformedbywhite and blackfirs, pines Banks, whitebirches, larches and balsamic pines.
    • Earth fauna
      • Theanimalsthatweobserved in canada are:
      • In north: reindeer, polar bears, foxes, wolves, weasels, arcticCanadalynxorbobcats
      • Amongtheprovinces of Nova Scotia and Yukon can seeauta
      • Whilethecaribouis in thenorth Woods.
      • Thewhite-taileddeer and buffalo in southeasternforests and bison in nationalparksonly.
      • Oftenlive in mountainrangesmountaingoats, mountaincaribou and grizzlybears.
    • Marine fauna
      • Marine speciesrichnessisimpressive.
      • In British Columbia you can findfishsuch as salmon, pike, perch and umbra.
      • In theAtlanticcod, mackerel, swordfish and, in particular, giant tuna.
      • In spring, gray whalestravelthewestcoasttoemigratefromMexicotoAlask.
      • In thesummeryou can seebelugawhalesthat come tothebays of Newfoundland, Hudson orthecoast of British Columbia
    • Demography and Lenguages
      • Canada has 32.7 million inhabitants:
      • 45% are of English ascent.
      • 27% are of French ascent.
      • 28% are of other origins
      • 59.3% speak English but know 90%.
      • 22.7% speak French but know 60%.
      • 0.4% are Bilingual
      • Other lenguages: 17.6%
    • Typicalfood
      • SauteedFiddleheads
      • Canadian Bacon
      with Maple Glaze
      • SweetCornPancakes
    • Typical sport
      • Thetypical sport ishokey in ice.