The Influence Of Canadian Culture

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When most people think of Canada, they probably imagine a frozen tundra with little towns and very few people, but Canada is actually way more than that. Canada is a very friendly and cultural country that focuses on preserving the land and respecting the wildlife around them. The people of Canadian communities are generous people that all work together to help each other survive. It also has a rich history full of culture and government, which helps play a huge role in how Canada is shaped today. Canadian culture and way of life is the biggest factor that sets Canada apart from other countries. First of all, Canada has four official languages; Inuktitut, Inuinnaqtun, English, and French. Many people from this area can speak multiple languages…show more content…
“winter lasts about nine months in Canada it also experiences long days in the summer and long nights in the winter. In fact, north of the Arctic Circle the sun never goes down during the summer solstice and never comes up during the winter solstice.” (Canada) This makes life hard in the country because it has a short growing season, so once spring hits, people are already preparing for the winter to come. Canada has many different climates including subarctic, boreal forest, coniferous forest, and tundra. Weather in Canada is very erratic. Storms can brew up in a matter of minutes, or you could get a foot of snow in an hour. That’s why people here always prepare for the worst when…show more content…
They don’t really have a main religion. “Roman Catholic 42.6%, Protestant 23.3%, other Christian 4.4%, Muslim 1.9%, other and unspecified 11.8%, none 16%.”(Canada) But most natives in Canada have native tribes they belong to that perform their own rituals. “Canada serves as home to a diverse group of Indian tribes, The First Nations citizens are found within the largest tribe in Canada. Over 600,000 Canadians consider themselves a part of the First Nations tribe, The Inuit Indians are the least populated Indian group in Canada. About 45,000 Canadians self-identify as part of the Inuit tribe.” (Canada) Tribes play a big part in the religion of Canada because 1/3 of the population is Native or have native
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