- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Canada is a very big country, it has a lot of natural resources like water, trees and rain forests. Canada has the most lakes in the world, which means they have a lot of fresh water in the world. Canada also have a lot of forests and maple trees. Canadiens make maple syrup out of maple tree trunks. Maple syrup tastes very sweet and normally you put it on waffles and pancakes.
Canada has a small population but a big land which makes the atmosphere, lithosphere and hydrosphere rather clean.
Canada is located farther north on the globe so they do get lots of snow every year. It starts to snow every year in mid-November and stays until March approximately.
i suck at essays and i live in canada... thats the best i can do
(it doesnt have a start and end so you have to add it yourself sry)Source(s): myself and canadien friends
- goodLv 61 decade ago
http://canada.gc.ca/acanada/acPubHome.jsp?font=0&l... 的英文講稿Lower Canada(參LOWER CANADA)In 1791, the Constitutional Act divided the old Province of Quebec into Lower Canada and Upper Canada. Each was named for its position along the St Lawrence River. Lower Canada was in the area of present-day southern Quebec, along the "lower" section of the river. Upper Canada was farther "up" the river. The boundary between the two was the Ottawa River, which today separates the provinces of Quebec and Ontario. The head of both colonies was the British governor general in Quebec City. The Constitutional Act gave each colony a lieutenant-governor, an Executive Council, a Legislative Council, and a Legislative Assembly. Only the Assembly was elected. Power was firmly in the hands of the governors and the councils, which were responsible not to the Assembly, but to the British Crown. The Constitutional Act guaranteed the rights of the Roman Catholic church, and kept the seigneurial system and French civil laws.POLITICAL HISTORYPolitical history deals with political leaders, elections, political parties, protest movements, and many other topics. It describes how political leaders and their parties have made decisions, developed policies, and dealt with crises and issues, such as war or economic depression.The everyday problems of politics ebb and flow like waves on the surface of the sea. Leaders change, scandals pass, and elections are won or lost. Beneath the surface, stronger currents bring changes that are more difficult to see. For example, the growth of industry in the 19th century slowly changed the whole society, giving rise to new social groups, new problems, and new ways of governing.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
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They should do something like that on Mad