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vikings first to explore canada's eastern shores. did not set permanent settlements
john Cabot explore the coast of Newfoundland and along the atlantic coast
jacques cartier explored along the st. lawrence river claimed the area for france
french had three goals all-water route through north america to asia establish fidhing and fur trade industries convert canadian indians to roman catholicism
quebec established in 1608; first permanent fench settlement in north america
british took over acadia and named it nova scotia
french descendants that are in louisiana are known as... cajuns
british settlement increased in canada during... the american revolution
canadas population is 31 million
besides europeans, people from the _____________, _____, and _________ have migrated to canada caribbean, asia, and africa
the canadian gov wants people to keep their culture so canada can become a ... mutlicultural country
one fourth of canadians live in quebec
90% of canadians that live in quebec speak... french as their first language
roman catholic is.. the lARGEST RELIGION IN CANADA
BRITISH CULTURE IS FOUND IN ONTARIO AND FARTHER WEST
THE INUIT/ESKIMOS LEAVE LARGE CITIES TO... LIVE IN THE NORTH
CANADA HAS.. A MARKET ECONOMY AND A HIGH STANDARD OF LIVING
MAIN TRADE PARTNER U.S.
THEY BOTH HAVE GOOD TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS AND HAVE SIMILIAR BUSINESS PRACTICES
CANADA'S ECONOMY IS BASED ON.. MANUFACTURING AND SERVICE INDUSTRIES
CANADA EXPORTS MORE ________ AND ________ THAN ANY OTHER COUNTRY. AND IS ALSO A MAJOR EXPORTER ON FARM GOODS. METAL AND MINERALS
TORONTO LARGEST CITY largest stock exchange, major banks, and major corporations
montreal large cultural center subway system, metro, patterned after the one in paris
victoria located on west coast home to canada's largest fishing fleet
vancouver western canada main pacific port
edmunton, calgary, and winnipeg major centers for farming, oil production, and trade
canada's gov democracy governed by a prime minister and elected parliament/ legislature
canada's monarch is also.. britain's monarch
nunavut 1999, created to give the inuit a self-governing homeland. makes laws by consensus.
u.s. and canada's economy are tied together. because of nafta... trade and cooperation between the two countries increased.
though the u.s. population is larger, ... most canadians live near the u.s. border.
english main language of u.s. and most of canada
vancouver is linked to seattle
montreal is linked to boston
toronto is linked to u.s. midwest
geography has an effect on canadian unity
things promoting separitism.. physical barriers, differences between the french and british culture, quebec petitioning to become an independent nation,
an independent quebec would.. seperate the atlantic provinces from the rest of canada.
Created by: diva626