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Capital city. Population. Ottawa. about 34 milion. Currency. Area. canadian dolar (CAD). about 10 milion km 2. Government. Language. federal parliamentary democracy and constitutional monarchy. english , french. G eograph y. 10 provinces 3 territories. the most

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Capital city

Population

Ottawa

about 34 milion

Currency

Area

canadian dolar (CAD)

about 10 milion km2

Government

Language

federalparliamentarydemocracyandconstitutional monarchy

english, french

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10provinces

3territories

the most

famouscities

YukonTerritory

Northwest

Territories

Nunavut

Quebec

Newfoundland

and

Labrador

Prince Edward

Island

Montreal

Vancouver

Edmonton

British Columbia

Nova Scotia

Calgary

Toronto

Alberta

Manitoba

Ottawa

(capital city)

New Brunswick

Ontario

Saskastchewan

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Mt. Logan

Mt. Logan

(thehighest point)

(about 6 000 m)

Mackenzie

(thelongestriver)

USA

Neighbours:

vikings
Vikings

firstexplorers

15th century

eskimos indians
EskimosIndians

Aboriginalnations

Inuits

Métis

Paelo

french invaders
Frenchinvaders

British

invaders

JacquesCartier

britishinvasion

(17-18th century)

New France

(16th century)

vs.

(Great Britainwon)

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Spring – moderateweather

Summer – hotanddryweather

Autumn – coolandwindyweather

Winter – coldandsnow

North – wildnature

South – the most populated

vancouver
Vancouver

Vancouver port

Stanley park

Vancouver Canucks

Olympicgames 2010

Calgary

Olympic plaza

Calgary Flames

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Edmonton

Edmontontornado

EdmontonOilers

Grand Prix

Toronto

CanadianTower

Toronto MapleLeafs

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Ottawa

OttawaSenators

Terry Fox statue

Montreal

Montreal Canadiens

Olympic stadium

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Ice-hockey

Basketball

Telephone

Insulin

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