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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › CanadaCanada - Wikipedia

    Canada - Wikipedia Canada Coordinates: 60°N 110°W Canada is a country in North America. Its ten provinces and three territories extend from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean and northward into the Arctic Ocean, covering over 9.98 million square kilometres (3.85 million square miles), making it the world's second-largest country by total area.

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    By total land and water area, Canada is the second-largest country in the world. It is only smaller than Russia. By land area alone, Canada ranks fourth. It has the longest border with water (coastline) of any country in the world. It is next to the Pacific, Arctic, and Atlantic Oceans. It is the only country in the world to be next to three oceans...

    Aboriginal peoples

    Indigenous peoples lived in what is now Canada for thousands of years before the first Europeans arrived. The indigenous groups that live in Canada are the First Nations, the Inuit, and the Métis. The Métis are people that come from both First Nations and European families.Together, these three groups are called "Indigenous," "Aboriginal," or "First Peoples." They used to be called "Indians" by the Europeans, but this is now considered rude. Many people think the first people to live in Canad...

    European colonization

    The Vikings were the first Europeans to land in Canada, in what is now Newfoundland. The exploration was led by the Viking explorer Leif Erikson. They did not stay for a long time. In the early 16th century, Europeans started exploring Canada's eastern coast. The first of these explorers was John Cabot from England, in 1497, and later Jacques Cartier from France, in 1534. Alexander Mackenzie later reached the Pacific coast over land, where captains James Cook and George Vancouver went by sea....

    Confederation and expansion

    On July 1, 1867, Canada was united under a federal government. At first, Canada was only made up of the provinces Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia. Sir John A. Macdonald was the first prime minister. Manitoba, the Yukon territory, and the Northwest Territories became part of Canada in 1870. British Columbia joined in 1871, and Prince Edward Islandin 1873. There were two Red River Rebellions, in 1869-70 and 1885, both led by Louis Riel. He fought for more rights for the Métis pe...

    Canada has a government called a constitutional monarchy. It has a monarch (meaning a king or queen is the head of that country), and is a democracy (meaning the people of that country rule it). The head of state is Queen Elizabeth II, who is officially the Queen of Canada. She appoints a Governor Generalto represent her in the country, however, th...

    Because Canada is very far north, and most people cannot survive the conditions, most Canadians live in the southern parts, where the weather is much milder. Nearly two-thirds of Canadians live less than 100 kilometres (62 mi) from the U.S. border. In some cities, the temperature gets very cold in the winter, especially inland.Warm air systems, mov...

    Canada has lots of natural resources. Its large amounts of fish have been used for centuries for food and money. Hydroelectric power (electricity by water) is abundant because of Canada's many rivers. Forests in the west are used for wood. Besides these renewable resources, Canada has metal ores and oil deposits. Canada is the leading exporter of z...

    Around 38 million people live in Canada. This is almost the same number as California. About 80% of the Canadian population live in the southern parts of Canada because the climate is warmer than the north of Canada. Many immigrants, who come from almost every part of the world, live in Canada. One example is the former Governor General of Canada, ...

    The Canadian government provides universal health care. The provinces are responsible for health insurance. Five provinces prohibit all extra-billing, while Alberta, British Columbia and Newfoundland allow it in a small number of circumstances, and Prince Edward Island and New Brunswickdo not restrict it at all. In 2020 the Canadian Broadcasting Co...

  2. English Canada, in general, refers to the population within Canada, whether of British origin or otherwise, that speaks English. The term English Canada can also be used for one of the following: Describing all the provinces of Canada that have an anglophone majority. This is every province except Quebec.

  3. Canada, a country and sovereign state in the northern part of North America, is made up of thirteen administrative divisions: ten provinces and three territories. The different levels of government in Canada are basement than that of the provinces'. The provinces are in the south of Canada, near the border with the United States.

  4. Es un país bilingüe con el inglés y el francés como lenguas oficiales en el ámbito federal. Canadá es un país industrial y tecnológicamente pionero y avanzado, ampliamente autosuficiente en energía gracias a sus relativamente extensos depósitos de combustibles fósiles y a la amplia generación de energía nuclear y energía hidroeléctrica.

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › TorontoToronto - Wikipedia

    Toronto ( / təˈrɒntoʊ / ( listen) tə-RON-toh; locally [təˈɹɒɾ̃ə], [ˈtɹɒɾ̃ə]) [12] [13] [14] is the capital city of the Canadian province of Ontario. With a recorded population of 2,794,356 in 2021, [15] it is the most populous city in Canada and the fourth most populous city in North America.