Presentation on theme: "Canada The national anthem O Canada our home and native land True patriot love in all thy sons command With glowing heart we see the rise The true North."— Presentation transcript:
The national anthem O Canada our home and native land True patriot love in all thy sons command With glowing heart we see the rise The true North strong and free From far and wide O Canada We stand on guard for thee God keep our land glorious and free O Canada we stand on guard for thee
Provinces There are 10 provinces and next to them are there capital cite. New found land St.John`s PEI Charlottetown Nova Scotia Halifax New Brunswick Fredericton Quebec Ontario Toronto Manitoba Winnipeg Saskatchewan Regina Alberta Edmonton British Columbia Victoria
Territories Canada has three Territories But before there were only 2 territories (Northwest and the Yukon) but then they decided that the Northwest territory was big and so they divided it in to the Northwest territory and Nunavut.
flag In 1965 got it`s official flag that is white and red and a maple leaf inside of it which is a very big symbol of Canada
Ontario/Ottawa Ontario is the province that has the most people living in it,Over 11 million people live in it that is almost one third of Canada's population.Most people in Ontario speak English but some of them speak French.It is also the place were the CN tower is and the capital of Canada is it is a very busy place
Symbols of Canada The two biggest symbols of Canada are the maple leaf which is on the cent. The beaver is the other big symbol of Canada which is on the five cent
Aboriginal The Aboriginal people were the first to live in Canada they have very different beliefs and culture and tradition than us that they pass down generation to generation.Today they live in every part of Canada
Bibliophile Books A look at Canada 2002 edition A look at Canada
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