• Photo of What to see in Toronto in one day, the capital of Ontario. To do

    What to see in Toronto in one day, the capital of Ontario. To do

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    Languages ​​of Canada

    Canada is a country that belongs to North America and whose capital is Ottawa (and not Toronto as many people believe). It is the 2nd largest country in the world (9,984,670 km 2), only behind Russia. In terms of population, it drops to 38th place, with some 36 million inhabitants. Its human development index is very high (ranked 10th) and its official currency is the Canadian dollar. And what language is spoken in Canada? What language do they speak in Canada? The state of Canada has had two official languages ​​since 1969, which are the following: English , which is…

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    Canadian typical food

    Geographic setting and environment Canada is the second largest country in the world (after Russia), and is the largest country in North America. The eastern provinces, known as the Maritimes, are separated from the rest of the country by low mountain ranges. Newfoundland and Prince Edward Island are island provinces in the Atlantic Ocean. Along the border with the United States in central Canada is a fertile plain bounded by the St. Lawrence River, Lake Ontario, and Hudson Bay. Also along the border with the United States, further west, there are farms and ranches. Stretching across western Alberta to the…

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    Flora and fauna of Canada

    Flora of Canada A great variety of plant and animal life characterizes the vast area of ​​Canada, with its varied geographic and climatic zones. The flora of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence region resembles that of the adjacent American section, with white pine, hemlock, sugar and red maples, yellow birch, and beech trees. The maritime region is dominated by conifers, especially red spruce, black spruce in the eastern Laurentian, and white spruce in the western. Balsam fir, white cedar, tamarisk, white birch, and aspen are also found in the east, with Aleppo pine in drier areas. From prairie to arctic tundra…

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    Canada’s history

    Brief history of Canada summarized A brief journey through the history of Canada, in a clear and summarized way. The discovery of Canada The first people in Canada crossed the Bering Strait from Asia. In the north, the Inuit lived by hunting seals, walruses, and whales. They also hunted caribou. On the West Coast, people hunted deer, bear, and beaver. They also fished. On the plains people lived by hunting buffalo. In the east people grew beans, squash, corn, and sunflower seeds. The first Europeans to arrive in Canada were the Vikings. In 986 a Viking named Bjarni Herjolfsson was…

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    Music of Canada

    The music of Canada has reflected the various influences that have shaped the country. Indigenous peoples, the Irish, the British and the French have all made unique contributions to Canada’s musical heritage. The music has been heavily influenced by American culture due to the proximity and migration between the two countries. Since the French explorer Samuel de Champlain arrived in 1605 and established the first permanent Canadian settlements in Port Royal and Québec in 1608, the country has produced its own composers, musicians and ensembles. The Canadian music industry is the sixth largest in the world, producing many internationally renowned…

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  • Traditions and customs of Canada

    What traditions and customs are there in Canada? The customs and traditions of Canada, explained here below. Gastronomy Food in daily life Canada’s agricultural and ethnic wealth has led to two distinctive features of daily food consumption. The first is its scale. Canadians are “heavy eaters,” with meat portions in particular dominating Canadian food. There are usually three regular meals on a given day. Breakfast, which is usually large and important in rural areas, but not so much in urban areas, is not usually eaten in a group. Lunch, at noon, is usually a snack in urban areas, but it…

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  • History of Montreal

    Brief History of Montreal Summarized A brief brushstroke of the history of Montreal, in a summarized way. The beginnings of Montreal In 1635 the French explorer Jacques Cartier arrived on the island of Montreal. Then, in 1642, a group of French settlers led by Paul de Chomedey de Maisonneuve went to Montreal. The new settlement flourished with the fur trade. However, the first settlers met with hostility from the Iroquois until 1701, when a treaty was signed. Then in 1760 the British captured Montreal. By then it was a city of about 5,000 people. It would seem very small to…

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  • History of Ottawa

    Brief history of Ottawa summarized A Brief Look at the Abridged History of Ottawa, Canada ‘s Capital. The founding of Ottawa Samuel de Champlain visited the area where Ottawa is located in 1613. Later, the Ottawa River was a major transportation artery. However, permanent settlement did not begin until Philemon Wright founded a small town called Wrightstown. (Now known as Hull). Then, in 1826, the Rideau Canal linked the site of present-day Ottawa with the Lawrence River. John By gave his name to a new settlement built there. It was called Bytown and it prospered in the lumber trade. In…

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    Quebec history

    Brief history of Quebec summarized A brief review of the history of Quebec summarized. Quebec beginnings Quebec City was founded in 1608 by Samuel de Champlain. He started a trading post there. During the 17th and early 18th centuries, Quebec grew slowly. The Maison Chevalier was built in 1752. In 1759 it was the scene of a decisive battle when it was captured by General Wolfe. In 1763, all of Canada came under British rule. By then, Quebec’s population had grown to about 8,000. Then, in 1791, Quebec became the capital of Lower Canada. In 1775, the Americans tried to…

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