In and fourth largest by land mass.

      In this world it is rare that you find a
country with Sovereignty and overall representation of a “complete country”. With people who are willing  to die for their country, beautiful flag,
beautiful land, and die-hard sports fans, Canada is the country that meets
those special credentials.

     The first question you ask is what is
Canada? That question can be easily answered. Canada is a country located in
the Northern part of North America. With ten Provinces and three total
territories that stretch from the atlantic to the Pacific and Northward into
the Atlantic Ocean, passing over 3.85 million square miles, making Canada the
world’s second
largest country by total area and fourth largest by land mass.

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            When you talk Canada you immediately
think of its huge landscapes. Obviously Canada is a massive country, with an
area of great size more than 3.8 million square miles, yet it still have legit
one of the nethermost population densities in the world. In defiance of this of
this, Canadians impact on their land, copious amounts of it is visible from
vaporous satellite photography. Hydroelectric facilities, roads, mines, farms,
ports, resource explorations, logging, canals, cities, and towns have renovated
much of the landscape over the years in Canada.

            Canada like many other countries in
our beautiful world, Canada have cultures, religion, beliefs, and life as a
family. Throughout the history of Canada, its culture has been swayed by
European culture and traditions, specifically British and French, and by its
own indigenous cultures. The official languages spoken in Canada are English
and French. Shockingly, there are more than across the country. English is
58.7%, French 22%, punjabi 1.4%, Italian 1.3%, (“Commisceo Global-Canada guide,” (n.d.) living. Canada family life is pretty
simple living. With houses sized on average for 2 people per house, which is
seemingly small. In conventio selfhood nal Canadian society, when mother, a
father and a child/children. This is called the “nuclear family”. Other family members(grandparents, aunts,
uncles, sisters, and brothers) are considered “extended family”.

Canadians are in a general way religious
people. According to to the 2011 National Household Survey, The Canadians
Governments most recent effort to instrument religiosity in Canada, about 76%
of Canadians either petition some sort of religious selfhood or consider
themselves members of a distinct church or denomination. Since a vast majority
of settlers and immigrants who colonized Canada came from europe, Christianity
has largely been Canada’s
important faith. Today’s 22
million Canadian’s,
although protestant christianity has been the important faith religion, Roman
Catholicism has dominated through french influences with 42.6% over that of
protestant christianity with 23.3% in which the english influenced that field
of religion in Canada.

Before the desire and thought to affiliate
yourself in a religion you have to be educated. In Canada education is key to a
bright future, through education is a bit different than those of other
countries its just as important. The Canadian education system covers
elementary, secondary, and postsecondary education. Education in Canada is
administered by each provincial and territorial government, so there are slight
differences between the education systems in each province and territory. For
example, the grades at which each level begins and ends vary. Every province
and territory provide universal, free elementary, and secondary schooling for
12 years, while in Quebec you’ll receive only 11 years depending on the
province , ages stretch between 15 and 18.

No country in this world would be where it
is today without its fight in history for independence. Canada who gained its
independence through legislation was the first to do so rather than through
revolution. In the 1800s, there were several British colonies in North America,
from Vancouver Island to Newfoundland. Many of these colonies had achieved “responsible government” status and were largely self-governing by
the 1850s. Early 1860s, several consultations were held among delegates from
the Eastern colonies, with a vision to unify them into a self-governing,
independent federation. Further delegations were sent to Britain to discuss and
negotiate the concept of a new nation. On July 1, 1867 The BNA Act came in
effect and in today’s world
July 1st is a National Holiday celebrating the date of Canada’s birth as a nation. The BNA Act also
provided the means and process whereby those colonies that did not initially
join in confederation, plus other British territory, could gain admission to
Canada. Within a decade, all but one of those colonies (Newfoundland) had
joined confederation, and Britain had transferred Rupert’s Land and the Northwestern Territory to Canada.
By 1905, three new provinces had been created out of parts of the former Rupert’s Land and the North-Western Territory in
1949, Newfoundland joined confederation to become Canada’s tenth province.

Through Canada’s avenues of success and failure it has
guided them to beautiful living and sightings for the people. You can visit one
of many cultural landmarks and attractions across this beautiful country.
Experience solid nature in one of Canada’s national parks, discover cultural
traditions at a historic site, or stroll along confederation Boulevard in
Canada’s Capital
region, home to many national treasures, green spaces and waterways. Hopewell
Rocks is an astounding landmark in New Brunswick which are unique rock
formations pounded and shaped by tidal erosion. The Chateau Frontenac hotel in
Quebec City is a must see with beauty and a history lesson. The CN Toronto
Tower is a historic tower with an antenna that reaches over 1,800 feet high
making it one of the tallest freestanding structures in the world “unbelievable”. Lastly with a beautiful and rather
stunning view you must visit Canada’s Northern Lights. Home to wood bison,
moose, beavers, muskrat, caribou, grizzly bear, foxes, black bear, and even
whales. The most awe- inspiring element remains the “aurora Borealis” of the beautiful greenish-blue glow can be
see through the months of September-October and March-April at night.

To conclude Canada is a country of pure
history with years and years of fight and compromise to settle in, it has
ultimately represented itself with great dignity. With the beauty and people to
represent this country every step of the way there is indeed no doubt why
Canada should not be a destination on your travel plan either now or in the
near future because Canada represents more than its motto: A Mari Usque Ad Mare
which translates “from sea
to sea”it
represents a country of pure symbolism.