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  • The capital of canada is Ottawa, part of the province of Ontario and is located in southern Canada. The population of Canada is approximately 33.928.000 million people. This is the flag, red and white with a red maple leaf in the centre.
  • The Canadian dollar is the national currency of Canada. It has been used since 1858. It is a very cold and snowy place. Canada often covered with snow about 6 months of the year. Most Canadians live in the southern parts, where it is not so cold.
  • Animals of Canada Wolf Moose Fox
  • Racoon Black bear Porcupine
  • Victoria is on Vancouver Island Most people travel there by boat from Vancouver If you visit Victoria, see the beautiful Butchar Gardens and the Royal British Columbia Museum.
  • Three big waterfalls on the Niagra River in eastern North America, on the border between the USA and Canada. The three waterfalls are : the Horseshoe Falls the American Falls Bridal Veil Falls
  • Snowboarding Ski Jump Bobsledding
  • Toronto is probably the best known Canadian city, because of the Toronto International Film Festival, the CN Tower and major sports franchises, including the Blue Jays, the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Raptors. Toronto is less than two hours from both the U.S. border and Niagara Falls.
  • I C E H O C • Ice hockey is a sport that is played by two teams K • The players wear ice skates on their feet E • The players score by shooting the puck into a net; the goaltenders try Y to stop them.
  • A dog sled is a pulled by sled dogs and can go over ice and snow. Dog sleds were first made by native people in Canada before the English and French got there, because they had no horses so they used dogs to travel.
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