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  • 1. Canada
    By: Colin Gavin
  • 2. Facts
    Canada is in North America.
    They’re is about 33,739,900 people in Canada.
    The geographic size is 3,900,000 sq. miles.
    The national capital is Ottawa , Ontario.
    It borders the United States.
  • 3. History
    The rural residents think the urban residents are greedy , dishonest , arrogant , and self-interested.
    It is represented by hockey , beavers , and the dress uniform of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
    It is the second largest country in the world.
    It is in North America.
  • 4. Famous People
    Some are Sidney Crosby , Bobby Hull , Mario Lemieux , Monty Hall, Raymond Bourque, Roberta Bondar, Martin Broduer, Paul Coffey, Wayne Gretzky, Tim Horton, Gordie Howe, Brett Hull, Eric Lindros, Mark Messier, Cam Neely, Mark Recchi, Patrick Roy, Joe Sakic, Brendan Shanahan, and Gary Unger.
  • 5. Culture
    The official languages are English and French
  • 6. Government
    The prime minister is Steven Harper.
  • 7. Famous Places
    The Confederation Bridge is the longest bridge in the world.
    The Casa Loma Castle, Banff, Alberta, Jerico Beach, Vancouver, British Columbia, Niagara Falls, and Ontario
  • 8. Foods
    The main meats are venison (deer), seal, partridge, and ptarmigan (bird)
    The main sea foods are salmon especially (sockeye), lobster, Atlantic cod, Winnipeg gold eye, arctic char, mussels, Eulachon (pacific coast), Geoduck (pacific coast), Smelt (Great Lakes), pickerel (Canadian walleye), and Halibut
  • 9. Climate
    The winters are cold and harsh.
    The summers are hot , but short
  • 10. Sports
  • 11. Provinces & Territories
    The provinces are Quebec, British Columbia, Ontario, Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia.
    The territories are Yukon, Nunavut, and Northwest Territories.
  • 12. Flag