Presentation on theme: ""What you eat in Canada?" This is a very common question. The Canadian cuisine today is a mixture of various cuisines of the world. She has influence."— Presentation transcript:
"What you eat in Canada?" This is a very common question. The Canadian cuisine today is a mixture of various cuisines of the world. She has influence culinary, Italian, Chinese, Greek, Indian, Vietnamese, Thai, Japanese, Lebanese, Arabic, and especially British cuisine, French and American. And is all this food options in major Canadian cities. But in fact the traditional Canadian food, although not quite so common, is a fusion of modern cooking techniques and ingredients with Canadians, such as berries, blueberries, cranberries, blackberries, Saskatoon berries. Various types of vegetables like wild fiddleheads, squash, and etc...
Canada is a multicultural country, where all cultures are considered equally important, and therefore valued equally. The government officially adopted the policy of multiculturalism in 1971. Due to its colonial past, Canadian culture has been heavily influenced by culture and traditions of England and France. Given its proximity to the United States, Canadian culture has also been heavily influenced by American culture. Despite this, Canadian culture has managed to develop its own characteristics and unique. In many respects, amore robust national culture distinct and have evolved in recent years, partly because of civic nationalism that spread across the country in the years before the Centennial of Canada, in 1967, and also because of government incentives to encourage programs that support the culture and art in the country.
The music, be it classical, rock, jazz or opera, has always had a prominent place in Canada and Canadians made their mark, surpassing the ethnic and cultural barriers. Bryan Adams, Celine Dion and Leonard Cohen are pop singers with fans worldwide, while Roch Voisine and Daniel Lavoie won the hearts of French-speaking audiences worldwide.
Folklore in Canada is composed of two elements, the popular tradition of Aboriginal people, Indians and Eskimos, and popular tradition of intrusive French and British races. The development of each has been largely influenced by contact with each other. Much has been achieved in the recording of the folk tales of the Indians, Eskimos, and French Canadians, but little has been attempted in the areas of English and Gaelic folklore. Among French Canadians, folklore is still very current, and is still firmly believed by the people of the country.
And Cultural Landmarks of Canada The sights and cultural popularity of Canada: