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Today Canada is one of the most ethnically and racially diverse countries in the world, ranking next to the United Kingdom, Singapore and the United States as one of the world's most pluralistic societies. Canada’s dynamic multiculturalism can be attributed to its unique combination of Indigenous cultures, early European settlement and immigration from all parts of the world.


Canada is a land of many cultures and many peoples. Aboriginal peoples have occupied the territory now called Canada for several thousands of years. Canada is said to be a "nation of immigrants."

During the 19th and 20th century, waves of immigrants arrived from Europe, attracted by the opportunity of a new and better life in Canada. And continuing over the last 50 years, people from all over the globe have sought a better life in Canada, often known as country of refuge.


Canada consists of 10 provinces and three territories in five main regions: the Atlantic area, Central Canada, the Prairies, the West Coast and the North. The culture and population are different in each region.

The Atlantic region consists of the provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador. In these provinces, main industries include fishing, farming, forestry, tourism and mining.

Central Canada consists of the provinces of Ontario and Quebec. These two provinces together account for almost half of Canada’s population.

The Prairies include the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. The land is largely flat and fertile, excellent for farming and rich in energy resources. In Alberta, the Rocky Mountains begin, and include some of the largest peaks in North America.

On the West Coast, the province of British Columbia is famous for its mountain ranges and forests. Natural resources such as lumber and fish are considered the cornerstone of the economy.

The North consists of Canada's three territories: Yukon, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut. Together, they account for 1/3 of Canada's land mass. Northern resources include oil, natural gas, gold, lead and zinc.


Canada is a confederation, with a parliamentary monarch. Being a confederation means that powers and responsibilities are divided between the federal government and the 10 provincial governments. Canada also has three territorial jurisdictions. Canada has three levels of government: federal, provincial and municipal (cities and towns). These governments are elected by the citizens of Canada.


Canada has a diversified economy. Canada’s economy is based on natural resources industries, such as forestry, mining, oil and gas extraction, farming and fishing, which account for large numbers of jobs and revenue for Canada. Canada is also known as a leader in the areas of telecommunications, biotechnology, aerospace technologies and pharmaceuticals. Canada is a member nation of North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) along with the USA and Mexico.


Canada uses decimal currency with 100 cents to each Canadian dollar (CDN $1.00). The bills are in denominations of $5, $10, $20, $50, $100 and $1000; coins include 1 cent, 5 cents, 10 cents, 25 cents, 50 cents, and the $1 and $2 coins. The one-cent coin stayed as bronze.


Under the Official Languages Act, Canada is an officially bilingual country. Consequently, Canadians have the right to get federal government services in English or French, no matter what part of Canada they are living in.


Canada is predominantly a Christian country. However, all religions are represented in its multicultural and secular society. Canadians respect the freedom of people to practice their choice of religion. Churches, mosques, temples and synagogues are located in most major cities.


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