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Jasmin seda world domination

Canada

Jasmin Seda

World Domination


Culture
Culture

Dress

Food

Canadians normally eat breakfast at 8 A.M, lunch at noon, and dinner at 6 P.M. Their meals are complemented with tea or coffee. During the summer it is common for people to eat lunch and dinner outside. When eating at a restaurant the tipping is at least 15% and it is expected.

  • Canadians wear conservative formal clothes in their daily lives. But some other places they dress casually. If they are going to work or something important than they would dress accordingly to the event. Some of the other ethnic groups will change their dress according to their religion.


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Culture

Music

Customs

When Canadians visit one another it is polite to bring gift for the host. Also if a guest is staying longer than a day they will usually write the host a letter saying thank you and give the hosts a gift. Parties are common with the younger groups of people.

  • Canadians like to listen to Jazz music, they even have an annual Jazz and comedy festival. Also they like to go to contemporary shows and watch ballet shows.


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Culture

Lifestyle

Leisure

The youth party more, but they also have a curfew like many Americans do. They also have to go to school/work and after that they do whatever they want to, also like many Americans.

  • The lifestyle in Canada aren’t too different from the US. They live very similar to us down here.


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Culture

Religion

Art

There are many art museums and galleries located all over Canada. After World War 1 many artists began painting the landscape of Canada.

  • Canada has many diverse religions. About 70% of Canada is Christian. About 43% are Catholic, and about 23% are Protestant. In many of the urban areas many more religions are being practiced due to more migrants. Also about 16% of the population claims to have no religion.


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Culture

Literature

Family

The family life in Canada is very similar to the US. The kids go to college, get married, have kids. The men are very active in the families and the women are leaders in the families.

  • The adult literacy rate for male:99%. And the literacy rate for female: 99%.


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Culture

Gender Issues

Body Ornamentation

The body ornamentation isn’t all that different from here in the US. Although women don’t normally wear jewelry to work. But normally teens start getting piercings and tattoos.

  • The distinct difference between male and female in Canada is seen as equal, although some roles do differ. Both parents work outside but the men are more to be considered to be breadwinners and the women to do housework and cooking and taking care of the children.


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Culture

Language

  • The most common languages spoken in Canada are French and English. Other languages are spoken because of the diverse people.


Government
Government

Government Structures

Political Parties

Canada’s political parties include: Liberal Party, Conservative Party, Bloc Québécois and the New Democratic Party.

  • Canada is a confederacy with a parliamentary democracy. Canada's federal system is like the US, and their government is patterned after the UK’s government.


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Government

Issues

Relations with other countries

Canada and the US have a strong relationship. Canada has other relations with the countries that it trades with like Mexico, but the strongest is the US, and its also the strongest relationship in the world.

  • There are many issues with Canada’s federal system. Mainly about how to make the federal system more powerful, and how some people want one thing and the others want another thing and nothing gets solved.


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Government

Current Leaders

Flag

The colors of Canada’s flag are red and white. The flag has 2 vertical stripes of red and 1 white strip in the middle, with a maple leaf in the middle. The leaf signifies the emblem of Canada.

  • The current Ambassador for Canada a David Jacobson, the head of state is Queen Elizabeth the ll


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Government

Citizenship

Immigration Policies

The policy basically states that there are things required that you do before and while in Canada. You also have to fill out many forms and you have to have a job to move there.

  • The citizenship in Canada is like the US. You have to have a passport and ID to get into the country. They might have different things that you might need to bring along but nothing to different.


Economy
Economy

Per capita income

Gross domestic product

The GDP for Canada is: $1,340,805,206,600

  • The per capita income for Canada is: $39,400


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Economy

Major Industry(s)

National Debt

The national debt in Canada is: $582.5 billion

  • The major industries are: Gold, Silver, Copper, Uranium, Nickel, Lead, Oil, Natural Gas, Agriculture, wood pulp, timber related products.


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Economy

Currency

Trade

They signed the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) with the U.S. and Mexico.

  • The currency in Canada is called the “loonie” for the water loon. The two Canadian dollar is called the toonie.


Demographics
Demographics

Median Age

Race/ Ethnicity percentages

There are several races in Canada. Some are: British, France, and indigenous descendants. Also around 2% of the population are indigenous peoples.

  • The median age in Canada’s population is 41 years old.

  • 39.8 Years for Men

  • 41.8 Years for Women


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Demographics

Education

Birth Rate

The birth rate for Canada is: 10.28 births/ 1,000 population

  • Canadians need to go to school until they are 16, only about 50% of the people continue education after high school. The literacy rate for both men and women is 99%.


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Demographics

Immigration Rate

  • The immigration rate for Canada is: 5.65 migrant(s)/ 1,000 population


Geography
Geography

Physical Features

Climate

The temperature ranges from temperate to arctic.

  • Canada is huge. It has some grassland, and some drier areas. Canada also has the half of the Niagara Falls. Also Canada has some mountains.


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Geography

National Boundaries

National Parks

There are many national parks in Canada, there are 38 parks, and 157 national historic sites.

  • The national boundaries are the US, the Arctic ocean, Atlantic ocean, and the Pacific ocean (where it connects with Alaska)


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Geography

Wildlife

Natural Resources

Canada uses many resources, many use technology and things humans already know. Some are forests, metals and minerals, energy and others, but those are the major.

  • Canada has over 70,000 known species in it. Over 400 species are listed for extinction. The regions where the endangered and most or threatened species are where humans have made their impact on the environment.