About Canada

About Canada

Canada can certainly be called a unique country. This is practically the only state located in the northern hemisphere in which natural complexes have been completely preserved to this day and are located not far from large and modern cities. Ancient castles, wild forests and large cities are adjacent to each other, and this does not interfere with the people living here at all. Every year this country is visited…

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Canada Linguistic Situation

Canada Linguistic Situation

The Canadian linguistic situation has traditionally been characterized, from the beginning, by the opposition between English, the dominant language and culture in all respects, and the French of groups scattered throughout the territory, but concentrated mainly in Quebec. Starting from the English conquest in 1760, perhaps the main problem of the territories that would later form the Dominion del Canada was in fact that of the large presence of populations…

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Canada Travel Information

Canada Travel Information

Endless expanses and cosmopolitan metropolises are the trademark of Canada (also Canada). Snowy winters and warm dry summers offer tourists a wide range of vacation options. The mountain ranges in British Columbia provide the best winter sports opportunities, while the numerous unique national parks, such as the Woods Buffalo National Park in Alberta, remain in the minds of tourists in the summer months. A stay in one of the national…

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Canada 2003

Canada Border Map

Yearbook 2003 Canada. In March, several people with lung disease became ill sars. By July, 41 people had died and over 300 suspected cases of the disease were reported in and around Toronto. The World Health Organization WHO discouraged people from traveling to the Toronto area on April 23, which drew criticism from Canadian authorities. The travel warning was canceled after six days. In both Ontario and British Columbia, partnership…

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