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Canada

  1. 1. C A N A D A<br />Albert Oller<br />Alex García<br />
  2. 2. Index<br /><ul><li>Introduction
  3. 3. History
  4. 4. Geography
  5. 5. Flora
  6. 6. Fauna
  7. 7. Marine fauna
  8. 8. Demography and Lenguages
  9. 9. Typicalfood
  10. 10. Typical sport</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Canada is the second bigger country.
  11. 11. The Capital of Canada is Ottawa.
  12. 12. But Toronto is the city with more people.
  13. 13. His territory is to 9.984.670 km²
  14. 14. His money is the Canadian dollar</li></ul>Introduction<br />
  15. 15. History of Canada<br /><ul><li>Canada was discovered in 1534 by Jacques Cartier.
  16. 16. Canada was colonizated by France in 1663 later of found Quebec and Montreal.
  17. 17. Were produced four wars between French and Indian aborigines.
  18. 18. In 1713 signed the treat of Utrecht between France and England
  19. 19. Canada get his constitutional autonomy to the repatriation of the constitution in 1982.</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Canada takes the north of America.
  20. 20. Canada have 6.415 km of border whit U.S.A.
  21. 21. Canada is the second country bigger after Russia.
  22. 22. Canada is the first country whit more lakes and rivers.
  23. 23. In west we can trove the green and big Canadian prairie.</li></ul>Geography<br />
  24. 24. Flore<br /><ul><li>One of themajorrichnesses of the country theforestsconstitute.
  25. 25. In the tundra, in thesummertheybloombirches and dwarfwillows, grasses, mosses and flowers of everlastingleaf.
  26. 26. Tothesouth of the tundra theyfindthebigforests of coniferousformedbywhite and blackfirs, pines Banks, whitebirches, larches and balsamic pines.</li></li></ul><li>Earth fauna<br /><ul><li>Theanimalsthatweobserved in canada are:
  27. 27. In north: reindeer, polar bears, foxes, wolves, weasels, arcticCanadalynxorbobcats
  28. 28. Amongtheprovinces of Nova Scotia and Yukon can seeauta
  29. 29. Whilethecaribouis in thenorth Woods.
  30. 30. Thewhite-taileddeer and buffalo in southeasternforests and bison in nationalparksonly.
  31. 31. Oftenlive in mountainrangesmountaingoats, mountaincaribou and grizzlybears.</li></li></ul><li>Marine fauna<br /><ul><li>Marine speciesrichnessisimpressive.
  32. 32. In British Columbia you can findfishsuch as salmon, pike, perch and umbra.
  33. 33. In theAtlanticcod, mackerel, swordfish and, in particular, giant tuna.
  34. 34. In spring, gray whalestravelthewestcoasttoemigratefromMexicotoAlask.
  35. 35. In thesummeryou can seebelugawhalesthat come tothebays of Newfoundland, Hudson orthecoast of British Columbia</li></li></ul><li>Demography and Lenguages<br /><ul><li>Canada has 32.7 million inhabitants:
  36. 36. 45% are of English ascent.
  37. 37. 27% are of French ascent.
  38. 38. 28% are of other origins
  39. 39. 59.3% speak English but know 90%.
  40. 40. 22.7% speak French but know 60%.
  41. 41. 0.4% are Bilingual
  42. 42. Other lenguages: 17.6%</li></li></ul><li>Typicalfood<br /><ul><li>SauteedFiddleheads
  43. 43. Canadian Bacon </li></ul> with Maple Glaze<br /><ul><li>SweetCornPancakes</li></li></ul><li>Typical sport<br /><ul><li>Thetypical sport ishokey in ice.</li>

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