The World's Perspective
Canada is seen as a post-modern country which has an interesting as well as a rich history and which has influence major historical events in the 20th century
United States of America
Americans like Canadians more than anyone else in the world
They know very little about Canada
Canadians visit USA more often than vice versa
Americans see Canada as the more experimental nation
Slovenians think warm thoughts about Canada because many are linked by family.
Canada is referred to as the “European version of America”.
The dutch are attracted to the down to earth Canadian spirit
In Amsterdam, Canadians have the doors open for them instantly.
They know nothing about Canada
But they think highly of Canada due to the image that they present
Canada has been removed from the syllabus because it's a crunchy without a particular influential political system or foreign-policy in the world arena
Was one seen as a dull wheat export
A “country to the North of the USA”
Canadian government “abolished” their language
“Canada can ever be like US I want to for free democratic country with a strong economy”.
Canada is seen as an international actor
A model for a multi-faced immigrant society with many different faces and multiple forms of cultural expression.
No stable links have flourished between us.
They quickly dismissed Canada from their mindset
The country of active multiculturalism with excellent inter-culturalism.
Canada has a lot to share
They share their benefits the well with others
Canadian policies on climate change, renewable energy, water sanitation and consumption, are seen by the Mexican authorities and society as an example to follow.
Canada's biggest strength is their willingness to help others, proven by am helping places like Haiti, Egypt, India etc. But they are most week in making connections with other countries. A perfect example of this is India and Canada, they couldn't make firm relations due to an Indian diaspora in Canada. Canada's top priority is national interest. This is done to improve relations with other countries that they trade with. Canadians however should be proud of their homeland because Canada is a country that helps those that are in need, when they need it and wherever they may be. They also have a rich history to back that up. Canadais better off than most countries . Canada is prime interest and most important in the scullery an academic world because of the understanding Canada program. Kind of doesn't play meant rate is higher fence those countries in Africa this is because they are more in the scullery an academic world because of the understanding Canada program. Their employment rate is higher than those countries in Africa this is because they are more developed economically.
iron ore, nickel, zinc, copper, gold, lead, rare earth elements, molybdenum, potash, diamonds, silver, fish, timber, wildlife, coal, petroleum, natural gas, hydropower
agricultural land: 6.8%
arable land 4.7%; permanent crops 0.5%; permanent pasture 1.6%
other: 59.1% (2011 est.)
People & Society
Continuous permafrost in north is a serious obstacle to development; cyclonic storms form east of the Rocky Mountains, a result of the mixing of air masses from the Arctic, Pacific, and North American interior, and produce most of the country's rain and snow east of the mountains.
metal smelting, coal-burning utilities, and vehicle emissions impacting on agricultural and forest productivity; air pollution and resulting acid rain severely affecting lakes and damaging forests; ocean waters becoming contaminated due to agricultural, industrial, mining, and forestry activities
PEOPLE & SOCIETY
35,362,905 (July 2016 est.)
0-14 years: 15.44% (male 2,799,758/female 2,661,645)
15-24 years: 12.12% (male 2,204,127/female 2,080,587)
25-54 years: 40.32% (male 7,231,200/female 7,028,692)
55-64 years: 13.94% (male 2,443,452/female 2,484,788)
65 years and over: 18.18% (male 2,863,114/female 3,565,542) (2016 est.)
Population Growth Rate
0.74% (2016 est.)
urban population: 81.8% of total population (2015)
rate of urbanization: 1.22% annual rate of change (2010-15 est.)
total population: 81.9 years
male: 79.2 years
female: 84.6 years (2016 est.)
country comparison to the world: 19
Total Fertility Rate
1.6 children born/woman (2016 est.)
10.4% of GDP (2014)
Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
$46,200 (2016 est.)
$46,200 (2015 est.)
$46,100 (2014 est.)
note: data are in 2016 dollars
country comparison to the world: 32
7.1% (2016 est.)
6.9% (2015 est.)
note: this figure is the Low Income Cut-Off, a calculation that results in higher figures than found in many comparable economies; Canada does not have an official poverty line (2008 est.)
$402.4 billion (2016 est.)
$411 billion (2015 est.
$1.608 trillion (31 March 2016 est.)
$1.55 trillion (31 March 2015 est.)
Telephones (fixed lines)
total subscriptions: 15.902 million
subscriptions per 100 inhabitants: 45 (July 2015 est.)
country comparison to the world: 17
Telephones (mobile cellular)
total: 29.39 million
subscriptions per 100 inhabitants: 84 (July 2015 est.)
country comparison to the world: 44
general assessment: excellent service provided by modern technology
domestic: domestic satellite system with about 300 earth stations
international: country code - 1; submarine cables provide links to the US and Europe; satellite earth stations - 7 (5 Intelsat - 4 Atlantic Ocean and 1 Pacific Ocean, and 2 Intersputnik - Atlantic Ocean region) (2011)
total: 31.053 million
percent of population: 88.5% (July 2015 est.)
country comparison to the world: 21