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Have you ever heard of a little placed called Canada?

Canada is the country which accounts for the northern component of the North American Continent, which stretches east to west from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean and reaching as far north to touch the Arctic Ocean, and bordering the United States to the south.

In regards to total land mass, at 9.9 Million square km’s, it represents 6.7% of the earth’s total landmass, making it the 2nd largest Country in the world next to Russia. At the other end of the spectrum, the population of an estimated 33 million Canadians ranks only 36th globally.

Canada is an extremely diverse multicultural nation which is also a bilingual country, with both English and French serving as official languages. The Capital of Canada is the City of Ottawa, which conveniently lies sandwiched between the provincial borders of Ontario and Quebec. The name Canada comes from a St. Lawrence Iroquoian word meaning "village" or "settlement."

The lands have been inhabited by aboriginal peoples for as long as has been recorded. Beginning in the late 15th century, British and French explorers embarked on the land with the later settling along the Atlantic coast. France would later cede nearly all of its North American colonies in 1763 following the 7 Year War.

In 1867, with the union of three British North American colonies through Confederation, Canada became a dominion. Slowly, Canada would gain its independence from the UK, as the country moved towards statehood which culminated with the Canada Act, which severed the last ties of dependence on the British parliament.

Canada operates under a parliamentary democracy, with a Prime Minister and a constitutional monarchy in which Queen Elizabeth II remains as its head of state. Canada's advancement towards self government began with the British North America Act of 1867 (aka “The BNA Act”, now called the “Constitution Act of 1867“), which on Canada’s birthday, July 1st, 4 provinces (Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick), formed the Confederation.

Then in 1831, the Statute of Westminster , which allowed for the self governing of British Colonies, which was followed by the Canada Act of 1982, which would officially sever all ties from British Rule, making Canada Truly independent.

Originally divided as Upper and Lower Canada, the nation is now comprised of 10 provinces from east to west and 3 Territories to the North (estimated population in millions);

Western Canada

British Columbia (4.38), Alberta (3.47), Saskatchewan (1.0), Manitoba (1.19)

Central Canada

Ontario, originally Upper Canada and Canada West (11.3), Quebec, originally Lower Canada and Canada East (7.7)

Atlantic Canada - Maritimes

New Brunswick (0.75), Nova Scotia (0.94), Prince Edward Island (0.14), Newfoundland and Labrador (0.50)

Northern Canada - Territories

Yukon (0.03), Northwest Territories (0.04), Nunavut (0.03)

Canada is a great country in which the terrain and climate are as diverse as the people who call it home. From the mountainous regions of B.C., to the prairie flatlands of Saskatchewan, to the condensed urbanization of Ontario and Quebec and the scattered residents in the tiny Maritime villages.

Canada experiences all 4 seasons, sometimes in extreme conditions at all ends of the spectrum. Whereas Vancouver will encounter seemingly endless days of rain, the prairie provinces may encounter severe droughts and dry spells.

Also, there is the frozen tundra of the Northern Territories to the mild summers in southern British Columbia. Canada is also rich in the natural resources that it produces for export and use all over the world.

From the multitude of agricultural production, to the abundant mining and forestry supplies, to the oil and natural gas production, all the way down to the fishing industry on both our Eastern and Western coastlines.

Canada is a wealth of variety in all it offers to the world at any given time throughout history.