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Speech da Aluna Amanda do ALL 5 da professora Ionela sobre o Canada - ALL Stella Maris - Nov 2012

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Canada

  1. 1. CANADATHE COUNTRY
  2. 2. LOCATION
  3. 3. THE MAP
  4. 4. SALVADOR TO CANADA DISTANCE: 7536 KILOMETERS OR 4683 MILES TIME: 9 HOURS 22 MINUTES CONSULATE ADREESS: AVENIDA PRESIDENTE VARGAS, 2.400 ONDINA, SALVADOR BA PHONE: (71) 3331-0064
  5. 5. VISA WAIVER PROGRAM United Germany South Korea Finland Italy Malta Kingdom Andorra Denmark France Japan Monaco Czech Republic Australia Slovakia Greece Latvia New Zealand San Marino Austria Slovenia Hungary Liechtenstein Norway Singapore Belgium Spain Ireland Lithuania Netherlands Sweden Brunei Estonia Iceland Luxembourg Portugal Switzerland
  6. 6. HOW TO ARRIVE IN CANADA Brazil - Canada Canadian Company American Company All stop in USA
  7. 7. HOW TO ARRIVE IN CANADA New York to Toronto By ferry boat
  8. 8. HOW TO VISIT CANADA
  9. 9. HOW TO VISIT CANADABy train
  10. 10. HOW TO VISIT CANADA Highway
  11. 11. CANADIAN DOLLARpenny nickel dime quarter loony C$ 1,00 = R$ 2,07 C$ 1,00 = $ 1,02
  12. 12. CURIOSITIES HOCKEY FLAG BEAVERNATIONAL ANIMAL ENGLISH FRENCH LACROSSE
  13. 13. BORDER AREAThe largest Haskell Free Library and Opera House (Vermont USA) Derby Line City
  14. 14. BORDER AREA Niagara Falls Alaska x Canada
  15. 15. BORDER AREA Michgan X Ontario New York x Ontario
  16. 16. KIND OF GOVERNMENT Head of State Governor General Head of Government Elizabeth II Michaelle Jean (Prime Minister) England Queen the representative of the Stephen Harper Queen of Canada Constitutional Monarchy: Queen rules but doesn’t govern.
  17. 17. FAMOUS PEOPLEJustin Bieber Michael Bublé Alanis Morissette
  18. 18. THEATER
  19. 19. CANADIAN SPACE AGENCYdevelopment and applicationSaint-Hubert, Quebec
  20. 20. AGAWA CANYON
  21. 21. MOST POPULOUS CITIES Vancouver Toronto Montreal Ottawa
  22. 22. THE CAPITAL OTTAWA
  23. 23. OTTAWA Centrehub Financial and Commercial Center Lower Town History Center
  24. 24. OTTAWA Changing the Guard in front of the Parlament
  25. 25. OTTAWA The Rideau Canal
  26. 26. OTTAWA Winterlude
  27. 27. OTTAWA Central Park Patterson Creek
  28. 28. OTTAWA National War Memorial
  29. 29. OTTAWA Parliament Hillarea of Crown landGothic ArchitectureAnd the canadian Parliament
  30. 30. OTTAWA House of Commons Senate
  31. 31. OTTAWA Hall The Library of Parliament
  32. 32. OTTAWA Chatêau Laurier
  33. 33. OTTAWA Canada Aviation MuseumEntrance fee in CAD:Family $18.00,Adult $9.00,Students $6.00,Senior $6.00,Child 15 & under $5.00,Child 4 & under FREE
  34. 34. OTTAWACanadian Tulip Festivalhonor the Netherlands
  35. 35. TORONTO
  36. 36. TORONTO Skyline
  37. 37. TORONTO the 360° Restaurant CN Tower
  38. 38. TORONTO City HallWhile the buildings base isrectangular, its two towers are curvedand differing heights
  39. 39. TORONTO Yonge Street1,896 km.
  40. 40. TORONTO High Park High Park is Torontos largest public park featuring many hiking trails, sports facilities, diverse vegetation, a beautiful lakefront, convenient parking, easy public transit access, a dog park, a zoo, playgrounds for children, a couple of eateries, greenhouses, picnic areas, a bunch of squirrels and various events throughout the year.
  41. 41. VANCOUVER The Olympic flame
  42. 42. VANCOUVER snowboard Ski Skating Ice Dance XXI Olympic Winter Games
  43. 43. VANCOUVER Totem examples of aboriginal art
  44. 44. VANCOUVER Vancouver Aquarium Beluga Whale
  45. 45. VANCOUVER Chinatown Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden
  46. 46. BC - VICTORIA "City of Gardens."
  47. 47. VICTORIA http://www.victoriabcca.com/tr avel/page5.php
  48. 48. THE BEST SEASONIn southern Canada, from may until the end of September, the temperatures are mild. In the North ofthe country, summer is the best time, with long days and pleasant temperatures. In winter thetemperatures are below freezing, sometimes far below ( -20° C or -30° C!).The Pacific coast, in Canada, has mild temperatures. The Atlantic coast and the interior of Canadahave higher temperatures. In the provinces of Ontario and Quebec, the snow cover covers the largercities, leaving the streets virtually deserted because the cold is unbearable.In southern Canada, from may until the end of September, the temperatures are mild. In the North ofthe country, summer is the best time, with long days and pleasant temperatures. In winter thetemperatures are below freezing, sometimes far below ( -20° C or -30° C!).The Pacific coast, in Canada, has mild temperatures. The Atlantic coast and the interior of Canadahave higher temperatures. In the provinces of Ontario and Quebec, the snow cover covers the largercities, leaving the streets virtually deserted because the cold is unbearable.
  49. 49. VIDEO OF ONTARIO Ontario
  50. 50. QUESTIONS Did you know anything about Canada? Would you like to visit Canada? Which city would you like to visit?
  51. 51. SITES http://www.embarquenaviagem.com/2012/01/19/vamos- falar-um-pouquinho-sobre-o-canada/ http://www.mochileiros.com/guia-de-transporte-no- canada-trem-onibus-carro-aviao-t37181.html http://ferias- paratodos.blogspot.com.br/2010_03_01_archive.html http://brazil.ontariotravel.net/regions/01-southwest.aspx http://www.calgarypolice.ca/recruiting/#page_videos/ http://www.manualdoturista.com.br/detalhes.asp?pesqui sa=1140 http://www.canadaturismo.com.br/british-columbia.aspx http://www.accommodationsbc.com/attractions/index.ht ml?Category=Attractions&Location=Victoria
  52. 52. SITES http://noticias.universia.com.br/destaque/especial/2011/12/01/894414/9/i ntercambio-no-canada/saiba-como-e-o-clima-no-canada.html http://www.vec.ca/portuguese/2/canada_governo.cfm http://www.edukbr.com.br/mochila/mirante_conteudo.asp?area=Lideres& Pais=Canad%E1 http://www.asc-csa.gc.ca/eng/about/default.asp http://www.numi.com.br/moedasdomundo/moedas_canada.htm http://www.vec.ca/portuguese/2/moedas.cfm http://www.seetorontonow.com/Visitor/Experience/Tours/Wineries-and- Breweries.aspx http://www.milevo.com.br/cidade/montreal?gclid=CP3No_yDlbICFQsGn QodgXIAbQ http://www.canadascapital.gc.ca/celebrate/mosaika http://www.bigviagem.com/principais-cidades-do-canada/ http://www.flyton.com.br/info/canada http://www4.bcb.gov.br/pec/conversao/Resultado.asp?idpai=convmoeda

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