There is more to Canada than meets the eye. Aside from its lakes and legendary winters, the country is renowned for its friendly, fun-loving and welcoming people. Read more and find out why Canada has consistently come out as number one in the list of countries with the best reputation.
- The name Canada originated from a Saint Lawrence Iroqouian word kanata which means settlement or village.
- Hockey and Lacrosse are Canada’s national sports.
- The national symbol for Canada is the maple leaf.
About Canada Resources
Did you know that Canada is the second largest country in the world? It also has the longest coastline. Learn more about Canada’s geography, climate, history, economy, and government here: General information.
Get a general idea about Canada by watching this video (Introduction to Canada):
Here is a brief overview of Canada’s land and climate, seasons, and cities provinces and regions.
Get a description of Canadian Regional Geography from the pacific coast to the arctic from Your Canada. You can also learn about Canada’s culture, history, and more from this site.
Here is a kid-friendly version of Canadian Geography from kidport reference library.
Learn more about Canadian Heritage – its languages, history and celebrations, the Canadian identity, arts and culture, sports and more.
To understand what it is to be a Canadian, and learn how diverse Canada is, read Who We Are.
Getting ready for the cold climate? You will be surprised to learn that Canada’s climate is as diverse as its landscape. Read all about its four distinct seasons from studycanada.ca.
Want the most recent local weather forecast? Get it from Environment Canada.
Get an overview of how the country is run and the people who run it from this article: Canada’s three levels of government.
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You can see more simple English articles here.
Attend this workshop to learn what you should do before you move to Canada!
These workshops provide an introduction to life in Canada.