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Canada Fact

Random facts/Questions about Canada for kidz!

What rank is Canada when it comes to biggest country of the world? Second
What is the population of Canada? 33 million people
What oceans border Canada? Atlantic, Arctic, and Pacific
How much of Canada's pollution is from the US? 50-75%
How many people make a living off of mining in Canada? 1.5 million people
What percent of the population lives in rural places? 20%
What leaf is on the flag of Canada? Maple leaf
What is the capital of Canada? Toronto
What hemispheres is Canada found in? Western and Northern Hemisphere
What are the names of the 5 Great Lakes? Lake Superior, Michigan, Erie, Ontario, and Huron
What providence is the capital found in? Ontario
What coin did Canada recently stop making? The penny
When did Canada gain its independence? July 1st, 1867
What is the average precipitation in a year? Around 60 inches
How many square miles is Canada? 3.855 million
How many major ports does Canada have? Nine
What percent of Canada's exports come to the US? 80%
Where are most of Canada's resources found? Remote places
What percent of people live under 100 miles of the border of the US? 90%
What providence tried to separate from Canada? Quebec
Created by: MorganME