Food Canada eats French food because most people who live in Canada have a French descent. They also have some of the same Restaurants like Subway and McDonalds.
The Canadian Rockies
Hockey Hall of Fame
Sports Canada’s national sport’s are Hockey in the winter and Lacrosse in the Summer They also have Pro Baseball and Basketball teams in Toronto
Famous People From Canada Neil Young=Singer/Songwriter Jim Carrey=Actor Bryan Adams=Singer/Songwriter Bachman-Turner Overdrive=Band Sandra Bullock=Actress The Guess Who=Band Sarah McLachlan=Singer/Songwriter Neil Peart=Drummer For RUSH
Famous Pro Sports Players Martin Brouder= Hockey Player Wayne Gretzky= Hockey Player Jason Bay=Baseball player Ryan Braun=Baseball player MyriamBedard=Biathalon(2 Olympic Golds) Mario Lemieux=Hockey player Steve Yzerman=Hockey player
Fishing and Hunting Canada is famous for big Muskie, Northern Pike, and Lake Trout. Hunting is another popular thin to do with Caribou, White Tail Deer, and Moose.
Official Symbols Official Colors are Red and White The red bands on the side of the flag signifies the Pacific and Atlantic oceans.
Geography 9,970,610 sq. kilometers is good enough to get Canada the second biggest nation in the world Has 10 provinces and 3 territories, not states. 90% of Canada’s population lives within 100 miles of the U.S. border. It’s biggest city population wise is Toronto at 2,500,000 people
Borders It borders the Arctic, Atlantic, and Pacific oceans. The U.S.- Canadian border is the longest in the world at 5,525 miles and 1,538 miles with Alaska.
Population Growth This graph shows how the population changed from ‘96-2000 and ’01 to 06’.
Music They listen to the same music as we do but add Genre’s Rush on their 30th anniversary tour
2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver This was the first time in 3 tries that the Canadians won a gold on their home soil. Their final medal count finished at 6 Gold, 4 Silver, and 1 Bronze.