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About Canada

Canada is one of the world's highly developed countries with a diversified economy that is reliant upon its abundant natural resources and upon trade - particularly with the United States, with which Canada has had a long and complex relationship.
Canadian culture is a result of  its geography and history. It has been widely influenced by British, French, Aboriginal, and mostly, American cultures.
Canada occupies most of the northern portion of North America and shares borders with the United States to the south and Alaska to the north-west. Canada stretches from the Atlantic Ocean in the east to the Pacific Ocean in the west; to its north lies the Arctic Ocean. New Brunswick and Nova Scotia are divided by the Bay of Fundy, which experiences the world’s largest tidal variations. In the west of Ontario, the Canadian Prairies spread toward the Rocky Mountains.
Owing to its rich history and culture, Canada offers a wide range of cultural and geographical attractions. The mighty Rocky Mountains, the historic Montreal and the fishing villages of Canada are worth a visit.

While in Canada, be sure not to miss the roar of water at the Niagara Falls.
Visit the Witless Bay Ecological Reserve to see falcons, razorbills and the orange-beaked puffin.Quebec, Canada’s largest province is a centre of creative energy with its displays in art, music, literature, dance, painting and sculpture. Quebec also houses several important historical sites and 27 national parks.
Toronto, one of the world’s largest cities, is home to great music and an exciting night life. Home to Parliament Hill and the Prime Minister of Canada, Ottawa is a major hub of political activity.
Climate of Canada
Canada has a continental climate which is arctic in the north and maritime near the west coast, while near the US border a narrow strip has a temperate climate with cold winters. The north Canadian coast is permanently icebound except for Hudson Bay which is only frozen for 9 months of the year. The west coast and some inland valleys have mild winters and mild summers with rainfall occurring throughout the year. On the Atlantic coast the winter temperatures are warmer than those of the interior, but summer temperatures are lower. Much of the southern interior of Canada has high summer temperatures and long cold winters. Average temperature ranges in Ottawa are from -15 to -6 degrees Celsius (5 to 21 degrees Fahrenheit) in January to 15 to 26 degrees Celsius (59 to 79 degrees Fahrenheit) in July.
Language of Canada
The official languages  are English and French.
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