Well, I guess I live here now. I don't even know why I came.
Vive le france!
Long live the queen!
We'll give you some money.
Links to the United States
And well give you some of our uranium. We have loads.
The first people to live in Canada were the Inuit and the First-nations people. They arrived in North America thousands of years ago on the land bridge. When people started coming from Europe, some of the first people to get to Canada were the French, who made Quebec. Then Britain came to make Hudson's bay company, and they fought and won against the French.
Great Britain influence people to immigrate to Canada, and millions did, making the native Quebecois a minority. Canada was also a refuge for African Americans, as they didn't practice slavery. Like the Americans, their westward expansion pushed out native peoples, which was recognized by the government later.
You'll have to wait three years for your checkup.
Canada trades with the United States more than any country. Our television is very similar, and they are both in NAFTA. Many of the Quebecois still want to be independant from Canada.
Just another day at the uranium packing plant.
The population patterns of Canada are very odd to say the least. 50% of the population live in a few large cities in southern Canada. Barely anyone lives in Northern Canada, because of how cold it is. In the province of Nunavut is where most of the Inuit people live.
Well, I guess most people really do live in the south.
The infrastructure of Canada is pretty awesome. They have a single payer health care, they speak two languages, they have a 99% reading accuracy, and a high sense of living in general. They are also a very multicultural society. The only problem with their healthcare is how long it takes to get help. Families are getting smaller, and the arts are greatly influenced by native peoples.
Canada is the leading producer of uranium, iron ore, coal, petroleum, copper, and silver. Lots of their exports are also agricultural. They suffered from the recession, and they are part of NAFTA.