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In Canada, the population is 33 098 932 residents (est. 2006), which corresponds to a population density of 3 residents/km 2 , one of the lowest values ​​in the world. The birth and death rates are respectively 10.78% of the and 7.8% the. Average life expectancy is 80.22 years. The value of the Human Development Index (HDI) is 0.937 and the value of the Gender-adjusted Development Index (IDG) is 0.934 (2001). It is estimated that in 2025 the population will be 38 165 000 residents. The residents of French origin represent 23%, followed by those of British origin (21%), German (3%), Italian (3%) and Chinese (2%); the Indians (about 500,000) and the Eskimos (about 30,000) together account for less than 2% of the total population. The majority religions are Catholic, with 45%, and Protestant, with 36%. The official languages ​​are French and English.

After the American Civil War, between 1861 and 1865, it was feared that the USA would annex Canadian territory. As a defense measure, several provinces signed an agreement in 1897, the British North America Act, which created Canada's domain. In the First World War, the country sent more than 600,000 men to fight in Europe and, in 1939, it again sided with the Allies. Later, he also fought in the Korean War and offered peacekeepers to Cyprus, Suez and other areas.

French separatism was a major concern during the second half of the 20th century. Since the 1960s, the Quebec Party has pressured the authorities to achieve separation. During the 1980s and 1990s, several constitutional reform programs were carried out, with the aim of granting greater autonomy to Quebec, but none of them were approved. For Canada democracy and rights, please check localbusinessexplorer.

In 1982, with the Canada Act, the country gained full control over its Constitution, in addition to tracing the relationship between Canada and the United Kingdom. Currently, each of the provinces has its own elected parliament. In any case, provincial laws are binding only in the respective province (in contrast to federal legislation, which is national). The Head of State is the Queen of England, who is represented by the Governor-General. The federal state lives in a multiparty parliamentary regime, in which the prime minister governs together with the senate and the House of Commons.

Maps of Canada
  • Offers a full list of airports in the country of Canada, sorted by city location and acronyms.
  • Provides most commonly used abbreviations and initials containing the country name of Canada. Listed by popularity. - Maps of Canada
Browse a collection of political, shaded relief, city, and country maps of Canada. View city maps of Vancouver, Toronto, Quebec, Ottawa, Montreal, Halifax, and Calgary.

Aborigial Communities - Nunavut
Explore a map that details the geographical names of the Nunavut territory. Find related links.

Canada - Atlapedia Online
Provides two high definition color maps for visitors to learn the geography and location of populated areas throughout this large country.

Canada - Brock University Map Library
Black and white outline map can be printed out to study the provincial and territorial composition of this large country.

Canada - Expedia Maps
Offers a detailed view of municipal and provincial districts, plus land features and bordering nations. Peruse zooming and printing features.

Canada - Government of Canada Map
Political map reveals the locations of cities, province borders, and major bodies of water.

Canada - Megellan Map
Medium-sized physical map of Canada clearly shows the topographical features of the country, plus the provinces and key cities.

Canada - National Atlas
Access numerous maps, take map quizes about Canada, check out facts and figures about the country and discover map communities.

Canada - National Geographic Map Machine
View a satellite-image enhanced map of Canada, and peruse zooming and printing features.

Canada - National Geographic Xpeditions
Explore a printable map of Canada. Narrow the view down to a province of choice, then choose between detailed or basic versions.

Canada -

Presents an almanac of mostly geographical and metrological facts and figures, plus links to country introductions and maps.

Canada - Relocate Canada Maps
Service designed for people planning to move to or within the country provides a directory of city maps. Select a city to customize a view.

Canada - Teaching and Learning About Canada
Explore color-coded representations of the nation's regions, climate, demographics, vegetation and topography.

Canada - University of Texas Library
Provides political, shaded, city and province maps of the country.

Canada - Xerox PARC Map Viewer
Xerox's Palo Alto Research Center offers a computer-generated representation of the country. Select a region to enlarge it.

Canada Atlas - InfoPlease
Medium-sized, color-coded map is ideal for studying and printing. Click on any province or territory for an ever closer, more detailed map.

Map of Canada - Emulate Me
Features a large, eye-friendly map of the northernmost half of the North American continent, with focus on Canada. Click for country facts.

MSN Encarta - Canadian Maps
Features a pair of well-rendered map views of the Great White North, one, a solid color outline map, the other a detailed political map.

Nova Scotia - Department of Housing & Municipal Affairs
Government resource outlines the island and shows county borders. Select a county to view a detailed map labeled with cities and roads labeled.
Maps of Canada

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