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Canada Facts

Canada Facts for all team members

What is the largest country in North America? Canada
What is the second country in the world based on size in the world? Canada
What is the largest country in the world based on size in the world? Russia
How many provinces and territories is Canada divided into? 13
What are the parts that Canada is divided into called? provinces and territories
What is the capital of Canada? Ottawa
What is the largest city based on population in Canada? Toronto
What are the two main languages spoke in Canada? English and French
What language is mainly used in Quebec? French
What is the winter national sport in Canada? Ice Hockey
What is the summer national sport in Canada? Lacrosse
What are the two main national sports in Canada? Ice hockey and Lacrosse
What currency (money) is used in Canada? dollars and cents
What do Canadians often use beaver fur for? to make hats
What symbol is on the $.05 coin? beaver
What symbol is on the $.01 coin? maple leaf
What symbol is on the $1 coin? Loon
What is the $1 coin often called? Loonie
What is on the $1 bill? Queen Elizabeth II
Why is Queen Elizabeth II on the $1 bill? Canada was once ruled by England and remains a member of the Commonwealth of Nations.
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