Located In the northern part of the North America, Canada is among the landscapes, which can be known for vast terrain, its technological advancements and natural resources.
Mentioned below are some important facts about Canada
Canada is the world’s second largest country that stretches into the Pacific Ocean on the West from Atlantic Ocean on the East. While southern side is bordered by the USA of America, arctic Ocean is situated on the northern side of Canada.
Canada became a Autonomous dominion in 1867 while retaining its relationship with the United Kingdom. Canada is unique in the sense that it is a democracy and a constitutional monarchy with Queen Elizabeth II being this state’s head.
Another exceptional feature of the country is it is a bilingual and multicultural country with both French and English being declared as official languages by the law.
The whole country is divided into 10 provinces and 3 territories.
In which the constitution is the supreme law of the country the kind of government in Canada is called as the national system of government.
The population of the country is roughly 32 Million. A vast majority of these are Roman Catholics. But, there are significant proportions of individuals belonging to other religions including Protestants, Muslims and Jews.
Economically, the country is One of the wealthiest states with a top per-capita income. It’s one of the important suppliers of agricultural goods like wheat, canola and other grains. Canada is the world’s biggest producer and exporter of all-natural resources including gold, uranium, zinc, nickel, aluminum and lead. Canada has one of the largest oil and natural gas reserves.
The Country is well known Plains, huge mountain ranges, beautiful lakes and magnificent rivers. It has two million lakes which are famous for and 38 national parks Their wilderness and varied flora and fauna. The Torngats, Appalachians and Laurentians are present the Rockies, around the East, Coastal and Mackenzie ranges are present in the east, and Mount St. Elias and the Pelly Mountains on the north. Major rivers include the Mackenzie, Columbia and Yukon.