Canada<br />	Canada’s economy is the ninth largest in the world.  Canada’s economy is ruled mostly by the service industry...
Day 1<br />Landing– C$69<br />Day 2 <br /><ul><li>Canadian pancakes with maple syrup– C$5
Moose Milk– C$4
Vancouver’s Celebration of Lights– C$16
Poutine- C$4
6 Oysters– C$9</li></li></ul><li>Day 3<br />Canadian Bacon– C$14.75<br />Moose Milk– C$4<br />Vancouver hockey game– C$100...
Moose Milk– C$4
Skiing all day pass– C$20
2 hot dogs– C$6
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  1. 1. Canada<br /> Canada’s economy is the ninth largest in the world. Canada’s economy is ruled mostly by the service industry. It is comprised of about 75 percent of Canada’s economy. But, Canada’s economy is also dominated by oil, logging, and automobile industries. Because of these flourishing industries, Canada’s is one of the most wealthy countries in the world. The currency that Canada uses is the Canadian dollar.<br />
  2. 2. Day 1<br />Landing– C$69<br />Day 2 <br /><ul><li>Canadian pancakes with maple syrup– C$5
  3. 3. Moose Milk– C$4
  4. 4. Vancouver’s Celebration of Lights– C$16
  5. 5. Poutine- C$4
  6. 6. 6 Oysters– C$9</li></li></ul><li>Day 3<br />Canadian Bacon– C$14.75<br />Moose Milk– C$4<br />Vancouver hockey game– C$100<br />2 hot dogs– C$6<br />Tourtiere– C$14.95<br />Day 4<br /><ul><li>Shreddies– C$9.55
  7. 7. Moose Milk– C$4
  8. 8. Skiing all day pass– C$20
  9. 9. 2 hot dogs– C$6
  10. 10. Shrimp– C$8</li></li></ul><li>Day 5<br />Canadian Pancakes– C$5<br />Moose Milk– C$4<br />Justin Bieber Concert– C$75<br />Dulse– C$4.98<br />Day 6<br /><ul><li>Canadian Bacon– C$14.75
  11. 11. Moose Milk– C$4
  12. 12. Niagara Falls– C$0
  13. 13. Boiled Fiddleheads– C$4
  14. 14. Caribou Stew– C$10</li></li></ul><li>Day 7<br />Baked Apple Pie– C$5<br />Moose Milk– C$4<br />Hiking in Dinosaur Park– C$50<br />Atlantic Cod– C$12<br />Day 8<br /><ul><li>Moose Milk– C$4
  15. 15. Dulse– C$4.98
  16. 16. Camping at Campgrounds– C$35
  17. 17. Boiled Fiddleheads– C$4
  18. 18. Campbell’s Tomato Soup– C$4</li></li></ul><li>Day 9<br />Shreddies– C$9.55<br />Moose Milk– C$4<br />Ice Fishing– C$0<br />Fish– C$8.57<br />Day 10<br /><ul><li>Canadian Pancakes– C$5
  19. 19. Moose Milk– C$4
  20. 20. Edmonton Music Festival– C$50
  21. 21. 6 oysters– C$9</li></li></ul><li>Day 11<br />Moose Milk– C$4<br />Poutine– C$4<br />Celine Dion Concert– C$40<br />2 hot dogs– C$6<br />Day 12<br /><ul><li>Canadian Bacon– C$14.75
  22. 22. Moose Milk– C$4
  23. 23. Museum of Contemporary Art– C$0
  24. 24. Caribou Stew– C$10</li></li></ul><li>Day 13<br />Moose Milk– C$4<br />Boiled Fiddleheads– C$4<br />Canada’s Parliament Buildings Tour– C$50<br />Tourtiere– C$14.95<br />Day 14<br /><ul><li>Leaving Canada– C$69</li></li></ul><li>Adding it all up<br />I started with 1,000 U.S. dollars. That is C$949.40. Out of my whole trip, I spent C$853.78. So, I ended my trip with C$95.62. That is $100.72 (U.S.).<br />
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