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Despite being the world's second largest country, Canada only has 33 million people. Questions on its people, places and past are welcome here.
"In 1994, Bill C-212 was introduced to officially declare hockey as Canada's national sport. Opposition came from supporters of lacrosse who wanted to recognize the traditional and cultural significance of this sport. Consequently, Bill C-212 was amended to recognize both sports. Thus, on May 12…
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In the United States, the most popular sport in 1960s was baseball. Obviously, the answer would be different for each country; but it would make the answer unworkable to attempt to list each and create a great many disgruntled 'differing' people!
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Answer Perspective Immigrants to Canada must apply from outside of Canada, to Immigration Canada. The process is about two years long before you get a Permanent Resident permit, then you can come to Canada to find work. Take a look at the main Canadian Government web site, by doing a Google sear…
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Yes, I work for an airline this is possible just make sure you have you Passport. I work for an airline.   Yes, you definitely need your passport, & it would be a good thing to have your proof of flight details to show as well )e.g. tickets)   Certainly, and you may even find some …
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Total distance: 707 km (439 mi) Total duration: 3hr 18min (4hr 33min with connections)
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Do you need a passport? As a Canadian, I can say for certain that a Canadian is required to have a valid passport to enter Mexico, as a visitor, and if they intend to do business in Mexico, they need a visa, issued by a Mexican Embassy or Consulate. More input from Wiki s Contributors: NO, at this …
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Hockey was not "introduced to Canada", it was first invented, or played as a game, in Canada in the late 1800's. Several areas of Canada have laid claim to being the site of the first game but no one actually knows for certain. For the best information on the origins of the game,I would suggest you …
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Gordon, check out these links.... http://www.recoverycanada.com/fees.shtml http://www.accurateeffectivebailiffs.com/index.asp http://www.repocanada.com/I always suggest that anyone wanting to start in the biz, work for a company while learning the laws and procedures. Good Luck
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There is a probationary period from the date that the policy is sold and accepted. If the applicant lied on the insurance form and dies during that period, the insurance company investigates (they always do, to my knowledge, when there is a death), and finds the lie, the company is obligated to pay …
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No, it would not be easier. Since he was illegaly present in the USA, he will still have the 10 year bar against him when went back to Mexico. The US citizen would still have to file for a waiver of the bar. It would probably be very difficult, if not impossible to fool immigration authorities into …
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Probably not. Consult with an immigration attorney, but Canada is really picky about not allowing immigrants with any criminal history at all.
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If you are from the US, he wants to move there, and later apply for US citizenship: the answer is no. But if you are from a country which prevents its citizens from having another citizenship (e.g. Norway, Denmark, Finland, South Korea, and Japan), then he must renounce both these nationalities to a…
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Easiest way is to have him, in the US, apply for a K-1 Fiance visa. (Petition for Alien Fiance Form I-129F) That form will get you started and tell you what you need to do. It's quick, likely 4 or 5 months. You can come across on this "K-1 Fiance Visa", then have to get married within 3 months. You …
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From what I understand, family class applications (spouse, dependent children) are considered differently than other applicants. Check Immigration Canada's website under Family class.
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My husband and I went through this a few years ago. He entered as a visitor and then we married. We just went to our local immigrations office and asked what we should do now. They were very helpful and gave us all of the paperwork that we needed to fill out. Be sure to send your paperwork certified…
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Citizenship is really not an issue in marriage laws. The requirements for marriage would be the same as for any two Canadian citizens getting married in your Province. Marrying a Canadian citizen is a common way for people to establish permenant residency in Canada. And Congratulations!
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There are many ways to find your ancestors. The best ones cost a little money. I use Family Tree Maker 2005. With it you can access national and worldwide databases of family trees (for a small fee). There is a bunch of information available but you should expect to pay for it.For example, using Fam…
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691,000 Canadians served in the military during WWII, with 371,000 overseas. 39,300 Canadians were KIA.
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im not sure about usa or Canada but in Britain there was 400,000 German prisoners.
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Look in Inglewood There are several antique stores in Inglewood.
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English settlers No. You know that there couldn't have been any in 1400 because Columbus didn't even discover America until 1492. The first English attempt at settlement was in the late 1500's on Roanoke Island in what is now North Carolina. The first permanent English colony was founded at James…
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It depends on which land you are talking about. French settlers became known as Acadians by making their home in part of Nova Scotia in Canada, around 1605. They were removed from their homes and deported by the ruling English from Nova Scotia in 1755. This is the year they began to arrive in Louis…
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When Canada was called New France it was a French possession and the King of France was soveriegn over it.
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1. They weren't interested in railways because they travel by sea. 2. Cost of buying goods from Canada would be higher than buying goods from Britain because of the terffis. 3. Ottawa would be to far away for Newfoundlanders to have much influence on government poilicy. 4. Made a living by the f…
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Britain was concerned that the US would take offence to a "kingdom" being located on its border. Nevertheless, Canada is a Constitutional Monarchy. The Canadian Crown exists separate and apart from any other Crown, even though the Crown is worn by the same person, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
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American Immigrants to CanadaThis info is from the citizenship and immigration Canada website.If you want to be a permanent resident, there's a point system where you have to score high enough. Having a college education is a lot of points; grad school is more. There are points for speaking English …
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this is probably a complex question that no self respecting lawyer would dare touch on this site. if you are really concerned, get legal represtation. qualified legal representation.=====The first question is whether the resort is owned by the individual personally, or whether it is owned by a corpo…
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Canadian troops landed beside and with British troops on D Day and continued through France and Belgium. They also fought in Holland particularly in the "Market Garden" attack with British and American Airborne forces and on the ground in other actions.Canadian forces took part in an attack at Diepp…
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Answer In the US, you have to be 125% above the current poverty line. Look at uscis.govhomepage and you will find all the answers to all your immigration questions. In Canada, there is no income requirement. Even if there is no income requirement for you to sponsor your partner/spouse, your appl…
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In the early 1900's Portuguese immigrants went to work in Canada in the fishing industry. Most of the Portuguese immigrants settled in parts of eastern Canada, like Novia Scotia.
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Canada provided a number of military units, ranging from infantry to artillery to armour, as well as fighter squadrons, and RCN ships on coastal patrols.The Canadian Army units werea part of the Commonwealth Brigade, that was comprised of British, Canadian, Australian, and New Zealand troops.The RCA…
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Simply put, it gave Canadians a sense of nationalism and pride in their country. To elaborate on that answer, the sense of shared purpose of the soldiers in World War I brought Canadians together, even after the war. IT was a tragic time, but also at time for Canadians from coast to coast to work to…
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Answer Maybe. If the offence and conviction took place more than five years ago, you should apply for a PARDON, from the jurisdiction where you were convicted. Under the Canadian Criminal Code, inmpared driving, and over/80 m.g. are both considered to be indictable offences, and upon conviction,…
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Canada has a larger land mass than the USA. Canada also has the second biggest land mass in the world behind Russia
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A pro of immigration is that it makes a country for culturally diverse. Immigrants are also willing to do work that Native-born Americans are unwilling to do, such as day labor. A con of immigration is that come more immigrants, resources such as housing gets more and more scarce. I don't care about…
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Answer According to a survey from 2000 the average salary of Canadian veterinarians in their first two years of practice after college earned between $37,000 and $49,000 (Canadian dollars per year). It depended heavily on what province they worked in.
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Canada was part of NATO, and officially, NATO was in control of the troops._____________NATO had nothing to do with the Korean War. Canada stayed on as part of the UN force, not NATO.
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Canada had a small population during recent wars. With a population of just 11.3 Million, Canada had a hard time in the war. However, Canada's contributions were ginormous. Canada's biggest success in the 1950's was airplane. Canada was the number one supplier of airplanes to allied forces furing Wo…
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"Canada West" was not a political entity. It was part of the pre-Confederation Province of Canada. "Canada West" was a geographical name that was applied to the territory of the former colony of Upper Canada between February 10, 1841, and July 1, 1867, i.e., between the the Act of Union and Confeder…
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Answer I do not know if you can marry someone at the Canadian embassy. I doubt it. Why would you want to? Why would you need to? A marriage that is legally performed anywhere in the United States is considered a legal marriage by the Canadian government and courts. Therefore, there is no reason…
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You don't have to do anything. A car made in Canada is completely acceptable in the USA, in fact about 50 percent of all the cars made in Canada, ARE SOLD IN THE USA. Cars made in Canada for sale in the USA by the manufacturer may or may not have day time running lights, and they will have En…
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A paper route, babysitting, flyer delivery.If you have completed Grade9 it is possible to get job at some fast-food places.Most fast food resturants. Like Tim Hortons, McDonalds, Burger King, etc. I don't think you can work at grocery stores, or Shoppers Drug Mart. You have to be 16 for that.
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Today The Canadian Northwest Mounted Police Are Know As The RCMP Royal Canadian Mounted Police or the Canadian mounties for short. ==== At first, they were known simply as the Mounted Police. Then they became known as the North-West Mounted Police (NWMP). Later they became the Royal North-West M…
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Answer Canadians have NEVER STARTED a war, but they have ended quite a few, thru their ability to fight. Since the 1950's the political direction, from the Govenment of Canada, has been to stress a non-aggressive posture for the Canadian Forces, with most training being focused on rapid deployme…
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As of April 30, 2012 the Dominican Republic requires that all Canadians must present a passport on arrival, no passport no entry. The Canadian Government Foreign Affairs and International Trade website spells this out quite clearly, check it out if you have any doubts. As of 2010 Canadians require…
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One of the first Canadian sport was invented by the Native Canadians. It was called Lacrosse. Hockey is also a Canadian sport that I believe was invented after lacrosse. It's the most popular sport in Canada.
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Depending on your visa, you should have no problem; friends visiting the US from Germany were able to visit Canada for a few days, just got a stamp in their passports. Check to see if Canada requires a visa to visit from your country, maybe with the Consulate or Embassy.
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They played hockey and curling in Toronto between 1914 and 1917. There were also speedskating and track and field competitions held. Football was also a popular sport during this time.
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It obviously depends on your point of departure in Ontario. It takes 23-25 hours to get from the very southern part of Georgia to Niagara Falls north of Buffalo, NY, on the US side. So if you know how far it is from Niagara Falls to where you live, you should be able to figure it out.
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Mostly only as a paper deliverer.
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Answer Speak to the Internationa Student office at your University in Canada. They will advise you re changes to your Immigration status in Canada. You are responsible for making those changes. The University will only act for those who are going to be Faculty members, not grad students like your…
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POW camp number 23 was located about 50 miles to the east of the town of Timmins, at a lumber cutting camp. Before the war began, the camp had been privately owned, with about a 40 man crew cutting trres and making them into board lumber which was shipped out to market on the railway which was …
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None  Well, technically, the US Civil War, the War of 1812, and the American Revolution were all fought BETWEEN Canada and Mexico (in the United States), geographically.
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Soccer.
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The legal age to gamble in Ontario is 18. You can buy lottery tickets and play bingo. You can not gamble in Ontario where alcohol is served until 19, as in casinos, as the drinking age in Ontario is 19. In Quebec you can gamble and drink at age 18, so casinos are an available at 18. In some provinc…
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What part of Canada? After all it is the SECOND LARGEST country in the world, only RUSSIA is bigger. We have six time zones, does that tell you the country is BIG? Name a city in Canada, that you want to ask about, and perhaps I can come up with a answer for you. Just naming the entire country,…
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Answer why not? Answer 2 That might depend on the 15 year olds parents. They probably have the right to have the final say.
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Answer The USA has no obligation to allow entry to someone who is NOT a Canadian citizen. Your immigration status in Canada means nothing to the US government. They decide who can enter their country, or not.
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As a new comer to Canada, you will NOT be able to borrow, or have any credit cards for at least 3 years after arriving. You are considered to be like a newborn baby, with NO CREDIT history in Canada. It will take at least 3 years of continual employment, plus a record of paying your monthly bil…
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This journey takes about 24 hours, in total flying time, and the flight is in 3 parts, Toronto to Vancouver, Vancouver to Japan, and Japan to Australia.
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There is a solution to every problem. You are very young (no I'm not going to give you a sermon here), and I know your pain feels deep just like anyone of us.Instead of contemplating suicide, how about being more mature and together we'll figure out a solution to this problem and here are some ideas…
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Age for Purchasing a Moose Hunting License in Canada In Canada the rules for hunting regulations are primarily set by the provincial governments. As a result there may be differences from province to province.In BC, for example, there is no age restriction other then you need a Hunter Number. For o…
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Answer Fast food joints will typically hire most anyone, so they would be the first place to try! OR MCDONALDS. Also, young men in the past worked in the coal mines. You can try to get a job there but only if you are serious and determined in your work.
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Answer You can legally move out without parental consent at age 16.
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I don't believe PEI did, as it was part of Canada, and not the USA. PEI joined confederation as the 8th province. Previously the people had refused to join due to fears of unequal representation, as well as a clear lack of political and economic advantage, since most of their trade was with the USA…
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They can deliver paper, can baby-sit, set up an lemonade stand, petsit, clean backyards, walk pets, ect. (Any thing that is Legal)
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First, PEI is a harbour city, its location was essential. if PEI's economy increase, maybe the United Province of Canada's economy will increase. second, the landlord was British's. the resisdent in there didn't have their own land. therefore, it was important for PEI to join confederation.
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About 4% of people farm in Canada.Lol....They can't Farm Elk.
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Nope. Jump through the hoops and get that Fiancee visa. It is easier, and cheaper to get a Fiance visa to enter the US than to get married and apply for a permanent residence as a spouse of a US citizen.  Sorry to disagree with upstairs answer but the answer is - YES! I am assumimg your ALREAD…
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Canada has ten provinces and three territories. Provinces: Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, and British Columbia. Territories: Nunavut, Yukon Territory and the Northwest Territories. Provinces: British …
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What had been previously been the eastern half of the North West Territory became Nunavut. This was done to bring more local representation and control to the area, especially for the native peoples living there.
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don't know...but i have same thing #C177800. bought new in either 1966 or 1968. The model 370 single shot break action shotgun normally go for between 50 to 150 dollars
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Canada is a constitutional monarchy with parliamentary democracy, as well as being a federation. Canada's particular Parliamentary system is referred to as a "Westminster Model." This model was first developed by the British and is named after the Palace of Westminster, which houses the British Pa…
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Please be more specific. Canada is the second largest country in the world, so where in it are you starting your journey from? That will greatly influence the distance to Chicago.
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Yes you should pay it, if you ever want to be able to re-enter Canada.
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they joined the confederation because the needed a 800,000$ loan to buy there land off of the absentee landlords.
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Latitude: 43°42′59.72″N Longitude: 79°20′26.47″W latitude and longitude of Toronto, Ontario, Canada : 43.652527,-79.381961latitude : 43.652527longitude : -79.381961(Values are in decimal degrees)
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well i am 13 and i babysit for about 5 dollors an hour. Also if your lucky you could get a family job (job your family owns they will let you work in). Also you could go around in the summer and cut peoples lawn for 10 dollors (depending on size).In the winter you and your buddies could shovel snow.…
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Answer Following are the steps to apply for student visa to Canada 1. Apply for admission in any good college (SPP College) in Canada 2. After admission you need to pay the tuition fee to the college and college will provide a fee receipt. 3. Arrange documents for embassy purpose Fill the complet…
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Ice hockey is popular in Canada for several reasons. Among them are the apparent fact of its creation there and the quite suitable climate for anybody to play the sport most of the year.
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The Employment Standards Act has been changed recently: You have can start working at 12 years old. If the workplace has a union, a union contract might limit the age which the employer can hire workers.
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According to Citizenship and Immigration Canada, people from countries whose citizens do not require a visa to visit Canada (including the US), are allowed to stay in the country for up to a maximum of 6 months per year. However, the immigration officials at the point of entry decide for how long y…
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Your questyion is not specific. Try again with a date, or at least a war.
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A 16-year-old can move out of their parents house in Canada.I'm 16 and I'm living with my boyfriend with no troubles at all. I have talked too the Police, Children's Aid and even a Judge. So, yes, you can move out of your parents house at 16 years old.
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No. And if he ever enters the country again he can be arrested for "agrivated re-entry" which is another felony and he will spend 1 to 10 years in a Federal prison. He will never be welcome in this country once he commits a felony here.
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Greenland is the largest island in the world at 840,000 square miles (2,175,590 km2).
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I'm not sure the collector value but I saw a used one in good condition in my local gun shop that was $89.99, a 16 gauge.
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By far, the most popular sport in Canada is ice Hockey
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Some pros were that the colonies would be stronger and more independent. the colonies would have strong central government to control the defense, taxation, postage, currency etc. also the Britain abandoned the mercantilism so the colonies would have to unite in order to survive because Britain no l…
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Currently, Canadians need a passport or an Enhanced Driver's License or an Enhanced Identity Card to enter the US. Do not attempt to enter the US to work or marry without a visa. Otherwise, to simply visit, you do not need a visa. There are also special situations if you are a minor and traveling in…
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Not if you are asked at the customs and if you don't tell them and they check you out you will be refused entry into canada But if they don't ask you are fine. Yes, a DUI is not something border guards are concerned or ask about it in fact trivial. Custom inspectors at airports do not ask such quest…
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Answer Petroleum Engineers-$104,000 Petroleum engineers are the scientists responsible for fulfilling our energy needs. They are involved in all aspects of the oil and natural gas industries from searching for reserves through the drilling, processing and delivery of these resources. The work …
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Answer Sell everything you own or put it in storage and start fresh. If you have a job waiting for you, you can generally get a work visa with no problems. Also, try bulletin board websites like craigslist.org to see if you can connect with someone living in the area you wish to live for advise. Goo…
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Settle it. 1. Weren't interested in railways because they travel by sea. 2.Cost of buying goods from Canada would be higher than buying goods from Britain because of the terffis. 3. Ottawa would be to far away for Newfoundlanders to have much influence on government poilicy. 4. Made a living by …
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Canadian people mostly eat foods from other places around the world. They mostly eat British foods for their health in Canada.
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As a founding country, that helped to write the U.N charter, Canada was obligated by treaty to come to the aid of Korea.Canada's military role in Korea was quite large, with all arms being involved. Canadian air force squadrons flew combat patrols and fought air battles with both North Korean and Co…
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Europeans first started exploring Canada circa 1000 CE. The first permanent European settlements were in 1603.EUROPEAN SETTLEMENTS ARE IN 1603.
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