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INTRODUCTION Welcome to our presentation about Canada. We will tell you interesting facts about Canada in general, we'll give you information about living under extreme weather conditions, storms in Canada, farming oil sands and the Canadian population. In the end we also have a quiz for you. We hope you will like our presentation. Enjoy it! General information about Canada Canada is a country in North America. The main languages are English and French. Canada just borders the U.S.A.. The capital of Canada is Ottawa.It's the biggest country after Russia. 38 million people live in Canada. In 1600 AD the European started the colonization of Canada. It's mostly freezing cold there. The longest river is the Mackenzie River. You can pay with Canadian Dollars. CANADA United States of America Fort Nelson Prince Rupert COLUMBIA Prince o George Beaufort Sea Vancouver Ovictoria Inuvik ephotopix.com YUKON TERRITORY Whitehorse Great Echo Bay Bear O Lake TERRITORIES O NORTHWEST Edmonton Banks Island ALBERTA ARCTIC OCEAN Great Yellowknife Slave O Lake O Calgary Hay River Victoria Island O Fort Smith O Regina United States of America Alert O Ellesmere Island Queen Elizabeth Islands O SASKATCHEWAN Saskatoon O Cambridge Bay. Kaujuitoq Churchill Reindeer Lake O NUNAVUT Kangiqcliniq (Rankin Inlet) Winnipeg MANITOBA Lake Winnipeg Baffin Bay Hudson Bay Baffin Island ONTARIO Thunder Bay O Iqaluit O Ivujivik Chisasibi O Moosonee Chibougamau Greenland Schefferville Goose O Bay QUEBEC Sept-Îles Lake Sudbury Ottawa Superior Lake O Huron Toronto Davis Strait Québec Lake Michigan London Buffalo Windsor O Hamilton Lake Erie 0 O NEWFOUNDLAND O Labrador Sea Iceland Montreal, Island of Newfoundland Gulf of St John's St. Lawrence PRINCE EDWARD Sydney ISLAND O BRUNSWICK Charlottetown O O Halifax Fredericton NOVA SCOTIA NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN ephotopix > Canadian flag The Canadian flag was first used on the 15th February 1965. Normal maple leaves have 23 prongs, but the Canadian flag has only 11, but the numbers of prongs on the flag have no special meaning, it's just that it looks...

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nicer with fewer prongs. The shape used today has been selected with tests of various design variants in a wind tunnel. Then the shape that looked most aesthetically in strong winds got selected. . In the beginning of the 18th century the maple leaf got a symbol for the Canadian nature. Politicians argued decades to enforce the flag. The flag was designed by George Stanley. NV https://www. youtube.com /watch?v=B QRyPXmVIV S

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INTRODUCTION Welcome to our presentation about Canada. We will tell you interesting facts about Canada in general, we'll give you information about living under extreme weather conditions, storms in Canada, farming oil sands and the Canadian population. In the end we also have a quiz for you. We hope you will like our presentation. Enjoy it! General information about Canada Canada is a country in North America. The main languages are English and French. Canada just borders the U.S.A.. The capital of Canada is Ottawa.It's the biggest country after Russia. 38 million people live in Canada. In 1600 AD the European started the colonization of Canada. It's mostly freezing cold there. The longest river is the Mackenzie River. You can pay with Canadian Dollars. CANADA United States of America Fort Nelson Prince Rupert COLUMBIA Prince o George Beaufort Sea Vancouver Ovictoria Inuvik ephotopix.com YUKON TERRITORY Whitehorse Great Echo Bay Bear O Lake TERRITORIES O NORTHWEST Edmonton Banks Island ALBERTA ARCTIC OCEAN Great Yellowknife Slave O Lake O Calgary Hay River Victoria Island O Fort Smith O Regina United States of America Alert O Ellesmere Island Queen Elizabeth Islands O SASKATCHEWAN Saskatoon O Cambridge Bay. Kaujuitoq Churchill Reindeer Lake O NUNAVUT Kangiqcliniq (Rankin Inlet) Winnipeg MANITOBA Lake Winnipeg Baffin Bay Hudson Bay Baffin Island ONTARIO Thunder Bay O Iqaluit O Ivujivik Chisasibi O Moosonee Chibougamau Greenland Schefferville Goose O Bay QUEBEC Sept-Îles Lake Sudbury Ottawa Superior Lake O Huron Toronto Davis Strait Québec Lake Michigan London Buffalo Windsor O Hamilton Lake Erie 0 O NEWFOUNDLAND O Labrador Sea Iceland Montreal, Island of Newfoundland Gulf of St John's St. Lawrence PRINCE EDWARD Sydney ISLAND O BRUNSWICK Charlottetown O O Halifax Fredericton NOVA SCOTIA NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN ephotopix > Canadian flag The Canadian flag was first used on the 15th February 1965. Normal maple leaves have 23 prongs, but the Canadian flag has only 11, but the numbers of prongs on the flag have no special meaning, it's just that it looks...

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nicer with fewer prongs. The shape used today has been selected with tests of various design variants in a wind tunnel. Then the shape that looked most aesthetically in strong winds got selected. . In the beginning of the 18th century the maple leaf got a symbol for the Canadian nature. Politicians argued decades to enforce the flag. The flag was designed by George Stanley. NV https://www. youtube.com /watch?v=B QRyPXmVIV S