Can you get this in Canada?
If you're asking if people from Canada can ask and answer question on this site, it's a yes.
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You can drive, fly or even take a boat!. Theres also walking or a train!
Canada is a country north of the United States, with a population of around 40 Million. It is the 2nd Largest Country in the World, and a Member of The Commonwealth, NATO, NAF…TA, and the United Nations.
you cross the border line
Canada is directly north of the United States, in North America. Tothe EASTTT of Canada is the Atlantic Ocean, to the West is thePacific Ocean, and to the north is the Arctic …Ocean. Canada is tothe Southwest of Greenland. The country of Canada is located north of the United States. Thislarge country is part of North America and has ten provinces. Canada is the country north of the United States of America. Wehave the second largest landmass in the world and we have threeseparate oceans on 3 sides: Pacific (west), Arctic (north),Atlantic (east).
You can go to the Vancouver Aquarium YAY Aside from that answer above, there is a countless number of activities to do in Canada. The vast size and diversity of the countr…y allows for basically everything for everyone! This is a great website to find things that may interest you! http://ca.yhs.search.yahoo.com/avg/search?fr=yhs-avg&type=yahoo_avg_hs2-tb-web_ca&p=%E2%99%A6 Also you can go to Canada's Wonderland, in Toronto, which is great for kids!
About as much to do as in any other place in the world. Lots of tourism in the maritimes, and central canada. Camping throughout the west. Sports venues. about anything you ca…n imagine Depends on where you go in Canada, Ontario has Niagara Falls, Toronto, CN tower..... ect...I'm an Ontarioian! ;)
Either by boat, plane or land.
It all depends on where you are. If you're coming from the northern US or Alaska, you can probably drive to the border. There are ferries from New England to the Maritimes (…Canadian coastal provinces). Otherwise, you will need to fly. The majority of flights land in Toronto (Ontario), Vancouver (British Columbia), or Montreal (Quebec) and depart from most major cities around the world.
Originally, Canada was home to the First Nations, who each had their own names for the land. However, they did not have a concept of property possession and country in the sam…e way as later European explorers and settlers. Then, along came the settlers, Jacques Cartier, Samuel de Champlain, etc. They landed first in present-day Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, and Quebec, and gradually worked their way eastwards. Parts of Canada were originally called New France, New Britain, and Nova Scotia (New Scotland). The name "Canada" is believed to come from the Saint-Lawrence Iroquoian word "kanata," meaning "village. Legend says that when Cartier asked the name of the local place, the natives thought he meant the word for village. Before Canada became an independent country, it was divided into New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Upper Canada (Ontario), and Lower Canada (Quebec). Newfoundland remained a separate British colony even after Confederation, and did not join Canada until after World War II. .
Canada (kanata) is a Native word meaning village. It is thought that early explorers misinterpreted and thought the Natives were referring to the Countryside (land) and not th…e village. Canada was first a French Colony and later two British Colonies, Upper and Lower Canada. This later changed to the Province of Canada, and, in 1867, the Dominion of Canada. Another possible origin is that it is from the Finnish word kansakunta, which means nation, and nada, the Spanish word for nothing. So it means "Nation of Nothing".
Nothing actually. However, Canadians celebrate Canada Day by having picnics, BBQs, family reunions and gatherings of the clan, summer fun activities for families, and of co…urse, regional parades, fairs and festivals. Here in South Korea we Canadians get together to celebrate our National Day with steak cookouts and banquets. If Canada Day falls on a Friday, then the American National Day, July the 4th, falls on the following Monday. Look out because the combined holidays make an extra long weekend of summer fun and celebrations among the border communities of both our countries, as well as among North Americans working abroad.
Canada was the very first country to be created by legislation. Prior to Confederation, there were several British colonies in the region that is now Canada. These British …colonies wanted to achieve self-government, but at the same time remain loyal to the Crown. The result, after several Conferences both in North America and in Britain, was the enactment, by the British Parliament, of the British North America Act. The British North America Act received Royal Assent on March 29, 1867. On May 22, 1867, the Act was proclaimed by Her Majesty Queen Victoria, to take effect on July 1, 1867. There is no single answer as to where Canada became Canada. The process of nationhood began in North America with the several Conferences, continued in London, England, both during informal discussions and formally in the British Parliament, as well as at Windsor Castle, and was celebrated on July 1, 1867 back in Canada. Exactly. Canada as a Nation formed gradually, as described above. The name itself came from the First Nation term "Kan-Na-Da", which meant "village" or "community". That was the reply the first European settler got when he questioned a Chief, who thought he was asking about the collection of tepees and longhouses, which was a community. At least that's the National myth anyway.
Each province is different. You could check a website for the provincial government that you live in to see if a holograph will is acceptable. That is one that you write yours…elf, in your own handwriting. There are also will kits available, often at bookstores. Of course, to cover all bases, go to a lawyer. You should ask how much they charge for a basic will, as they all could have different prices. Ask for a list of questions that you need to answer for them ahead of time, so you go there prepared. This will include things like full name and address of whom you wish to be the executor of your will, the beneficiaries, specific requests, legal guardians if you have underage children, and also who could have power of attorney, etc. Do you want to be on life support, or be allowed to die if you are brain dead? How do you wish your remains to be dealt with? do you want to donate your body to science, be cremated, buried, funeral, etc, etc. It is well worth getting a lawyer for such an important legal document. (no, I am not a lawyer.) Hope this helps a bit.
To enter Canada, first check the visa requirements for your country at "international.gc.ca" . Citizens of some nations (such as Mexico and the Czech Republic) require a visi…tor visa to enter Canada. Next: make sure that you have a valid passport, as all foreign nationals entering Canada are recommended to use a passport for entry. (This is REQUIRED if you are entering Canada by air). Finally, book your vacation/visit to Canada with a travel agent or independently (your choice). Welcome! *Most travellers (those who don't require a visa) are allowed to stay in Canada for up to 90 days, if you wish to stay longer you must apply for a visa extension from your country's embassy or consulate in Canada.
Lots of ways! The most economical and environmentally friendly way would depend on where you are travelling form though. Canada is home to over 500 airports, so flying is a po…pular and easy choice. You can also travel by car, train or boat. Hope that helps!