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|Official language|| None at the federal level;
English most widespread
|Independence||From Great Britain - 1867 (dominion status declared), 1931 (complete independence)|
|Currency||Canadian Dollar (CAD)|
|Our Timeline Equivalent||Canada, minus Quebec, and many other areas (see Pemhakamik)|
Canada (sometimes, but not officially, known as "the nation of Canada" or "the Republic of Canada" to differentiate it from the Canadian Confederation) is a democratic nation in eastern and northern Pemhakamik. It is a member of the Canadian Confederation of States. It is a wealthy nation, with one of the highest living standards in the world.
Canada makes up a good portion of northern and northeastern Pemhakamik.
54% of Canadians are vegetarian (2010 estimate). As elsewhere, vegetarianism is currently growing and is predicted to further increase in percentage.
- 54% Vegetarian
- 30% Lacto-Ovo Vegetarian
- 13% Vegan Vegetarian
- 10% Lacto Vegetarian
- 01% Ovo Vegetarian
- 46% Non-Vegetarian
Canada is settled mainly by people of British descent. This is mainly because of a small population density of natives upon the arrival of Europeans, as well as the independence of several native states (Athabaska, Cree, Nunavut), and Wendat, in addition to the majority French-speaking state of Quebec. (However, Canada and these five other countries make up the Canadian Confederation of States, which is not to be confused with the nation of Canada.) Percentages are as follows:
- 85% European
- 06% Pemhakamik Aboriginal
- 04% Canadian Aboriginal (including Anishinaabe, Cree, and Nunavut)
- 02% other Pemhakamik Aboriginal
- 01% Oriental
- 01% Indian
- 0.5% Sub-Saharan African
- 0.5% Pachan
- 04% mixed ancestry
- 02% others
This is what Canadians professed to be (as of 2006):
- 41% Nonreligious
- 26% atheist
- 15% agnostic
- 24% Cathar
- 10% Christian
- 05% Quaker
- 03% Catholic
- 02% other Christian
- 06% spiritual (Unitarian Universalist, etc)
- 02% various Aboriginal beliefs
- 05% Deist
- 05% Jewish
- 01% Hindu
- 03% Buddhist
- 01% Jain
- 02% other
Below is a list of the primary languages spoken at home.
- 81% English
- 05% French
- 03% Aboriginal Algic languages
- 03% Scots
- 02% Celtic varieties
- 02% Yiddish
- 01% Dutch
- 01% other Aboriginal languages
- 02% others (Chinese, Japanese, Korean, German, Swedish, Hebrew, Hindi, etc)
Note: Around 99% of Canadians can speak English.
The flag of Canada was first used just after the 1931 Statute of Westminster gave Canada its independence. The Union Flag makes up the canton. The red background represents both the blood and the pride of the nation's citizens. The golden color maple leaf represents not only the nation's natural environment, but also the good fortunes that Canada has been blessed with.