25 Interesting strange facts about Canada
Canada is the second largest country in terms of space after the giant Russia and on the other hand, it is the eighth country with the least densely populated around the world, and if not continued migration to Canada may not be mentioned in this article now.
The flag of the State of Canada was not appointed until 1965 and Canada officially became a national anthem in 1980, meaning that the age of establishing these official symbols is no more than 50 years.
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I do not think you know dear reader that the name of Canada, which is now everywhere, is originally derived from the word Kanata, a word used by an ancient American tribe that used to live in what is now the city of Quebec and meant this language in their mother tongue village or residence, French explorers took this name unintentionally and called this label on the whole country and not just on a specific village.
Canada is a bilingual country where French and English are the official languages, and because many provinces may contain other languages, the government of each province may provide services in the language of its citizens alongside the official languages of the country.
Canada has up to 2 million lakes on its vast territory, which makes life in Canada all the more enjoyable.
Not only is the number of lakes huge, but it is also strange. Canada also has a lake in the northeast of Manitoba. Its name is 31 characters, which is Pekwachnamaykoskwaskwaypinwanik. Can you read it?
Canada has a park that is larger than the Netherlands and Switzerland. The Wood Buffalo National Park, with an area of 44,802 square kilometers, stretches over the northern border of Alberta and the south of the Northwest Territories. Created in 1922 to protect the herd of wandering bulls, nature here makes life in Canada an exciting experience.
You can drive your car straight across the country on the Canada Expressway, which runs across 5 time zones and 10 counties. The islands have three waterways that are part of the highway as well.
Hudson’s Bay is the oldest trading company in the world and has become a symbol of Canada. Founded in 1670, the company started working in the fur trade industry and has since grown to include a variety of retail goods from alcoholic beverages to canned salmon and then coffee and tea as well. Today the company is owned by an American, but its name and its prominent dealers are still in Canada.
If you arrive in Canada you will be asked to try the most famous dishes, the Poutine and if you decide to ignore this advice, you can not ignore his presence everywhere. If you are wondering about the ingredients is a mixture of fried potatoes and cheese decorated by the sauce, which is much to manufacture, And because I’m a fan of this delicious dish I definitely want to live in Canada!
Lacrosse and Hockey are the official in Canada.
Perhaps no one knows that Canadians are the first to invent a basketball game.
Canada is the world’s largest exporter of green lentils, accounting for over 80% of global exports, 95% of which comes from Saskatchewan.