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Canada
Flag
Motto: "A Mari Usque Ad Mare" (Latin)
"From Sea to Sea"
(As seen on the Arms of Canada)
Anthem: "O Canada"
Royal anthem: "God Save the Queen"[1]
Capital Ottawa
45°24′N 75°40′W / 45.4°N 75.667°W / 45.4; -75.667
Official languages
  • English
  • French
  • Recognised regional languages
  • Chipewyan
  • Cree
  • Gwich’in
  • Inuinnaqtun
  • Inuktitut
  • Inuvialuktun
  • North Slavey
  • South Slavey
  • Tłı̨chǫ
  • Ethnic groups
  • 76.7% White
  • 14.2% Asian
  • 4.3% Aboriginal
  • 2.9% Black
  • 1.2% Latin American
  • 0.5% multiracial
  • 0.3% other
  • Demonym Canadian
    Government Federal parliamentary
    constitutional monarchy
     -  Monarch Elizabeth II
     -  Governor General David Johnston
     -  Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
     -  Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin
    Legislature Parliament
     -  Upper house Senate
     -  Lower house House of Commons
    Establishment from the United Kingdom
     -  Constitution Act July 1, 1867 
     -  Statute of Westminster December 11, 1931 
     -  Canada Act April 17, 1982 
    Area
     -  Total 9,984,670 km2 (2nd)
    3,854,085 sq mi
     -  Water (%) 8.92 (891,163 km2 / 344,080 mi2)
    Population
     -  Q4 2014 estimate 35,675,834[2] (37th)
     -  2011 census 33,476,688[3]
     -  Density 3.41/km2 (228th)
    8.3/sq mi
    GDP (PPP) 2013 estimate
     -  Total .518 trillion (13th)
     -  Per capita ,146 (9th)
    GDP (nominal) 2013 estimate
     -  Total .825 trillion (10th)
     -  Per capita ,871 (10th)
    Gini (2010) 33.7[4][5]
    medium · 103rd
    HDI (2013)  0.902[6]
    very high · 8th
    Currency Canadian dollar ($) (CAD)
    Time zone (UTC−3.5 to −8)
     -  Summer (DST)  (UTC−2.5 to −7)
    Date format
  • dd-mm-yyyy
  • mm-dd-yyyy
  • yyyy-mm-dd (CE)
  • Drives on the right
    Calling code +1
    Internet TLD .ca

    Canadai/ˈkænədə/[ka.na.dɑ]

    Geography[change | change source]

    History[change | change source]

    Government[change | change source]

    Provinces and territories[change | change source]

    Below is a list of provinces and territories. They are listed by population.

    Provinces

    Name Capital Largest city Entered
    Confederation
    Population
    (2014)
    Area
    (km2)
    Official
    language
     Ontario Toronto Toronto 1867 13,678,700 1,076,395 English
     Quebec Quebec City Montreal 1867 8,214,700 1,542,056 French
     British Columbia Victoria Vancouver 1871 4,631,300 944,735 English
     Alberta Edmonton Calgary 1905 4,121,700 661,848 English
     Manitoba Winnipeg Winnipeg 1870 1,282,000 647,797 English
     Saskatchewan Regina Saskatoon 1905 1,125,400 651,036 English
     Nova Scotia Halifax Halifax 1867 942,700 55,284 English
     New Brunswick Fredericton Saint John 1867 753,900 72,908 English and French
     Newfoundland and Labrador St. John's St. John's 1949 527,000 405,212 English
     Prince Edward Island Charlottetown Charlottetown 1873 146,300 5,660 English
    Territories
     Northwest Territories Yellowknife Yellowknife 1870 41,462 1,346,106 multiple
     Yukon Whitehorse Whitehorse 1898 33,897 482,443 English and French
     Nunavut Iqaluit Iqaluit 1999 31,906 2,093,190 multiple

    Climate and its influence[change | change source]

    Natural resources[change | change source]

    Demographics[change | change source]

    Travel requirements for US citizens[change | change source]

    References[change | change source]

    Other websites[change | change source]

    Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Canada
    • Official Government of Canada website
    • CIA World Factbook - Canada
    • Yahoo - Definition of Canada
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    Source: https://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canada



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    Canada
    Name Canadian flag, The Maple Leaf, l'Unifolié
    Use National flag, civil and state ensign
    Proportion 1:2
    Adopted February 15, 1965
    Design A vertical triband of red (hoist-side and fly-side) and white (double width) with the red maple leaf centred on the white band.
    Designed by George F.G. Stanley

    flag of CanadaCanadian flagMaple Leaf

    Many different flags created for use by Canadian officials, government bodies, and military forces contain the maple leaf motif in some fashion, either by having the Canadian flag charged in the canton, or by including maple leaves in the design.

    Origins and design[edit]

    • FIP red: General Printing Ink, No. 0-712;
    • Inmont Canada Ltd., No. 4T51577;
    • Monarch Inks, No. 62539/0
    • Rieger Inks, No. 25564
    • Sinclair and Valentine, No. RL163929/0.

    History[edit]

    Early flags[edit]

    Great Flag Debate[edit]

    Flag today[edit]

    Flags used in Canada from 1497 to the present[edit]

    • Flag on John Cabot's ship, and used during the English colonization of the Americas before the Act of Union (1497-1707)

    • Flag used during the Scottish colonization of the Americas before the Act of Union (1621-1707)

    • Flag of France at time of Jacques Cartier (1534–1604)

    • Merchant Flag used by Champlain and French merchants (1604–1663)

    • New France Flag (1663–1763)

    • The Great Britain Union Flag (1763–1801)

    • The United Kingdom Union Flag (1801–1964) and the Canadian Royal Union Flag (1964–present)

    • Flag used (1868–1921)

    • 1907 Canadian Red Ensign commonly used in Western Canada. Note the inclusion of all the provincial crests.

    • Flag used (1921–1957)

    • 1957 version of the Canadian Red Ensign that had evolved as the de facto national flag until 1965

    • First Flag Proposal to Parliament, the Pearson Pennant

    • Flag of the Royal Military College of Canada; used as inspiration by George F.G. Stanley

    • Earlier (1964) version of the proposal that was adopted

    • Current flag, (1965–present)

    • Current flag, using Pantone specifications.

    Proclamation[edit]

    Alternative flags[edit]

    Protocol[edit]

    Promoting the flag[edit]

    See also[edit]

    • National Flag of Canada Day
    • National symbols of Canada
    • List of Canadian provincial and territorial symbols

    References[edit]

    Bibliography[edit]

    External links[edit]

    Wikimedia Commons has media related to Flags of Canada / Drapeaux du Canada.
    • National Flag of Canada – Department of Canadian Heritage
    • National Flag of Canada etiquette – Department of Canadian Heritage
    • Flags (Heritage Minutes) – Historica Canada
    • George F.G. Stanley's Flag Memorandum to John Matheson – St. Francis Xavier University
    • John Matheson's postcard to George Stanley – St. Francis Xavier University
    • Royal Proclamation – Library and Archives Canada
    • Canada at Flags of the World
    • The Great Canadian Flag Debate – CBC Digital Archives
    • "The People's Choice: Seeking the origins of the Maple Leaf flag, finding the soul of our nation" – W5 (CTV)
    • "The Maple Leaf Forever?" – The Agenda (TVO)

    Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flag_of_Canada



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