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  • 1. CaNaDa !!** MaRíA & ÁnGeLa Mª
  • 2. LoCaTiOn
  • 3. InHaBiTaNtS
    •   In 2008 estimate 33,205,000
    • inhabitants.
  • 4. OfFiCiAl LaNgUaGeS
    • English and French.
  • 5. MoNeY
    • Dollar. ($)
  • 6. ReGiOnS
    • Canada is a federation consisting of ten provinces that, with three
    • territories , make up the world's second largest country in total area .
    • The major difference between a Canadian province and a territory is
    • that a province receives its power and authority directly from the
    • Crown , via the Constitution Act, 1867 , whereas territories derive their
    • mandates from the federal government .
    • The current provinces are Alberta , British Columbia , Manitoba , New
    • Brunswick , Newfoundland and Labrador , Nova Scotia , Ontario ,
    • Prince Edward Island , Quebec , and Saskatchewan . The three
    • territories are Northwest Territories , Nunavut , and Yukon .
  • 7. CliMaTe
    • Average winter and summer high temperatures across Canada vary
    • depending on the location. Winters can be harsh in many regions of
    • the country, particularly in the interior and Prairie provinces which
    • experience a continental climate , where daily average temperatures
    • are near −15 ° C (5 ° F ) but can drop below −40 °C (−40 °F) with
    • severe wind chills. In non-coastal regions, snow can cover the
    • ground almost six months of the year (more in the north). Coastal
    • British Columbia is an exception and enjoys a temperate climate
    • with a mild and rainy winter.
    • On the east and west coast average high temperatures are generally in the
    • low 20s °C (70s °F), while between the coasts the average summer high
    • temperature ranges from 25 to 30 °C (75 to 85 °F) with occasional
    • extreme heat in some interior locations exceeding 40 °C (104 °F)For a
    • more complete description of climate across Canada see Environment
    • Canada's Website.
  • 8. GaStRoNoMy
    • Meats/Deli
    • Produce
    • Frozen goods
    • Canned goods
  • 9. MaIn MoNuMeNt Of A cItY
    • Toronto: Royal Ontario Museum ; Rogers
    • Centre ; Row Houses ; Financial District ;
    • HTO park.
  • 10. NaTuRaL ReSoUrCeS
    • Canadian Forest Service
    • Corporate Management Sector
    • Earth Sciences Sector
    • Energy Policy Sector
    • Energy Technology and Programs Sector
    • Minerals and Metals Sector
    • Strategic Policy Sector
    • Shared Services Office
    • Geographical Names Board of Canada
  • 11. NaTuRaL rEsOuRcEs
    • Parks :
    • Canadian National Parks
    • List of Canadian national parks
    • List of national historic sites of Canada
    • National landmark
    • Pingo National Landmark
    • National Register of Historic Places
    • Parks Canada Players
  • 12.
    • Lakes:
    • Lake Athabasca in Alberta and Saskatchewan
    • Beaverhill Lake
    • Bistcho Lake
    • Calling Lake
    • Lake Claire
    • Cold Lake (Alberta) in Alberta and Saskatchewan
    • Gull Lake
    • Jackfish Lake
    • Lac La Biche
    • Lake Louise
    • Lesser Slave Lake
    • Moraine Lake
    • Primrose Lake in Saskatchewan and Alberta
    • Utikuma Lake
    • Waterton Lake in Alberta and Montana , USA
    • Winefred Lake
  • 13.
    • Rivers:
    • List of Alberta rivers
    • List of British Columbia rivers
    • List of Manitoba rivers
    • List of New Brunswick rivers
    • List of Newfoundland and Labrador rivers
    • List of Northwest Territories rivers
    • List of Nova Scotia rivers
    • List of Nunavut rivers
    • List of Ontario rivers
    • List of Prince Edward Island rivers
    • List of Quebec rivers
    • List of Saskatchewan rivers
    • List of Yukon rivers
  • 14. CiTy
    • Alberta : Edmonton
    • British Columbia : Victoria
    • Manitoba : Winnipeg
    • New Brunswick : Fredericton
    • Newfoundland and Labrador : St. John's
    • Nova Scotia : Halifax
    • Ontario : Toronto
    • Prince Edward Island : Charlottetown
    • Quebec : Quebec City
    • Saskatchewan : Regina
    • Northwest Territories : Yellowknife
    • Nunavut : Iqaluit
    • Yukon : Whitehorse