Chances are, you’re a traveller at some point in your life.
You probably started somewhere, got a job or two, moved around, had a little bit of money to spend.
But you’ve probably never been to the country where you’ve been, or the country you’ve lived, or been on a boat.
You’re not a real Canadian, but that doesn’t mean you can’t learn to appreciate its unique characteristics.
What are the unique characteristics of Canada?
In short, it’s a land of mountains, rivers, rivers of water and a lot of sun.
Canada is a continent with a population of about 1.2 billion, making it the second-largest country on the planet.
It’s also home to the world’s largest population of people: 2.5 billion.
Canada has more than 2,400 lakes, nearly half of them in Canada, which makes it the world ‘s most productive lakes of all.
In fact, Canada is the only country in the world that’s produced more than one million tonnes of water a year.
You’ve probably heard the cliché, ‘Canada is a melting pot.’
Well, it might be, but the truth is, Canada has a lot more diversity than that.
You can find things you never thought you’d see or hear about.
For instance, the Canadian landscape can be incredibly diverse: the red clay soil of the Canadian Rockies, which is home to many rare plants and animals.
In the north, the vast prairies of Ontario and Quebec can be dotted with wildflowers and the occasional elk.
In some parts of the country, the lakes can be as deep as 1,500 metres (3,000 feet) in some places.
And Canada is also home of some of the worlds most unique landscapes: mountains, forests, glaciers, rivers and lakes.
It’s no wonder Canadians love the country: it’s pretty, beautiful and has a great sense of adventure.
Canada has been described as the world “s’estoque country.”
So what are you waiting for?
It’s time to find out what makes this great place tick.
This guide is a bit of a work in progress, so if you have any comments or suggestions on anything mentioned, please feel free to leave a comment below.
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