Presentation on theme: "Canada. ProvincesTerritories QuebecYukon OntarioNorthwest SaskatchewanNunavut British Columbia Nova Scotia Alberta Manitoba Prince Edward Island New Brunswick."— Presentation transcript:
ProvincesTerritories QuebecYukon OntarioNorthwest SaskatchewanNunavut British Columbia Nova Scotia Alberta Manitoba Prince Edward Island New Brunswick New Foundland
A province is a political boundary that divides Canada into different regions. Provinces are equivalent to our states.
Queen Elizabeth II Government Canada is a parliamentary democracy and a constitutional monarchy. This means Canadians recognize The Queen as their Head of State. The Governor General, Adrienne Clarkson, carries out Her Majesty’s duties in Canada. The Prime Minister is the Head of Government. Together, they make up the Executive Branch of the Government. Governor General Adrienne Clarkson Prime Minister Jean Chetien
With its great natural resources, skilled labor force, and modern capital plant Canada enjoys solid economic prospects. Canada has changed from being a rural, agricultural society to being primarily industrial and urban.
Canada’s economy is related to producing goods and services. This is done through importing and exporting goods. Importing goods is when Canada buys, then sells goods that are developed in other countries, such as the United States. Exporting goods, is when Canada ships their goods to other countries to be sold.
Which country does Canada import most of its goods from?