Yes. We've been granted autonomy but as I understand it the qween can take it back if she wants.
No the Queen cannot take back away Canadian independence. We are an independent, self governing country. We have our own constitution, military, government etc. The Queen is largely a figurehead and plays no active role in our affairs.
canadians have internet?!????!!!!!!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?! wow they made it into the 1970s kool
No. Canada is self-governing. Canada is part of the Commonwealth of Nations and Canada's monarch is the Queen of England.
No, Canada is not a part of EnglandYes, Canada is a member of the commonwealth.
no. Canada is an independent country but once under France.
No, Canada did not trade Saskatchewan for North Dakota. Saskatchewan is still part of Canada and North Dakota is still part of the United States.
England still controls Australia and new zealand, and Canada???
they had a vote on wether it will still be a part of Canada but it is still part of it
It is allied with the UK, which England is a part of.
England is 2Â½ hours ahead of Newfoundland for part of the year.
Yes , Canda fought on both sides because it was then still part of the UK and had Royal ties to it so when England entered the war so did Canada.
It is about a 9 hour flight depending on what part of Canada you are flying to.
Because it's part of the country England
It is Canada, it borders Maine which is considered part of New England.
Canada is still part of the Commonwealth I believe.You will of course need a work permit but it should be straightforward.Try www.direct.gov.uk
Canada was colonized by the British, as was America (now the US). It has since gained independence.
The UK never invaded Canada. Canada is a principal part of the British Empire.
Alaska is near Canada but is still part of the USA
I just purchased frigidaire refrigerator (made in Mexico, still part of America) range (made in Canada, still part of America) dishwasher (made in canada, still part of America) Come to thik of it, even Peru and Brasil are part of America(South America but still America).
Quebec is still part of Canada, so no river runs between it and Canada
Yes Plymouth is a part of England
In 1763, England controlled Canada and the French land east of Mississippi River. Those were some of the territories and colonies that are now part of modern Canada.
England and Canada are both ruled by Queen Elizabeth, the Queen of England. Canada has many of the same food products as England.
It's still called England. However, It is now part of the United Kingdom.
No. Canada is an independent country. However, Canada has chosen to remain part of the Commonwealth of Nations and have Queen Elizabeth II as its Head of State.