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Canada is the second largest country in the world with the fourth lowest population density in the world. It is the land of the maple leaf, moose and beaver. Got questions? Place them here and a "Canuck" may even answer.

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How did the first nations people survive without the europeans who tried to change their life?

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The First Nations people survived through their traditional knowledge and skills in hunting, fishing, farming, and gathering. They had an intimate understanding of their environment and used sustainable practices. They lived in close-knit communities and had strong social structures that allowed for sharing resources and supporting each other.

How many people were in the Klondike gold rush?

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how many people trekked to Alaska during the Klondike Gold Rush?

What did the Boer war and the Alaska boundary dispute have in common?

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The Boer War and the Alaska boundary dispute were both conflicts that involved disputes over territory. The Boer War was fought between the British Empire and the Boer states in southern Africa, while the Alaska boundary dispute was a disagreement between the United States and Canada over the border between Alaska and Yukon. Both conflicts were resolved through negotiations and arbitration.

What two colonies had participated in confederation talks but did not join Canada at first?

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The two colonies that participated in confederation talks but did not join Canada at first were Newfoundland and British Columbia. Newfoundland chose to remain an independent dominion until it joined Canada in 1949, while British Columbia initially declined to join in 1867 but eventually joined in 1871 after being promised a railway connection with the rest of Canada.

How did the loyalists effect first nations?

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The loyalists had a significant impact on First Nations communities. Many First Nations tribes were displaced from their traditional lands to make way for loyalist settlements. This led to a loss of territory, resources, and cultural disruption for First Nations people. The loyalists' presence also intensified conflicts between First Nations and European settlers, exacerbating tensions and leading to further displacement and violence.

What was the first province to join Confederation after 1867?

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The first province to join Confederation after 1867 was Manitoba, which joined in 1870.

Name some historic contribution to Canada made by Aboriginal people?

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Some historic contributions to Canada made by Aboriginal people include the cultivation of crops like corn, beans, and squash, which significantly contributed to the development of agriculture in North America. They also developed sophisticated systems of governance and political organization, such as the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. Additionally, their extensive knowledge of the land and natural resources played a key role in early exploration and settlement in Canada.

Where was salmon first found?

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By a hungry person.

What is frenchmen that harvested their own beaver pelts?

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They often called themselves "Voyagers."

What did the first nations hunt with?

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The first nations would hunt for: buffalo, caribou, and whales and much much more.

How did the fur trade affect the first nations?

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First Nations people relied on the land and their ingenuity

for food, clothing, utensils, and weapons. Nothing was

wasted. When French, English, and Scottish fur traders

arrived at HBC forts, they brought copper kettles, knives,

rifles, wool blankets, flour, and salted meat to trade with

the Woodland Cree and Anishinabé for furs.

Interior Plains vegetation?

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Grasses with long roots so they could live through droughts and fires. •Trees such as pine, spruce and fir. Both coniferous trees and deciduous trees, too. Farmers in this region grow oat, barley, wheat and more plants. It has a perfect climate so a variety of vegetation can grow easily.they can dance using many methods. they can do hip hop , jazz,etc

some kuttaas dont dance

kuttaas = dogs

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How much did a pack of cigarettes cost in Canada in 1985?

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Things did not cost much more than today, maybe about 30-40 cents difference.

Who invented the photophone?

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No one actually invented the video phone. The combination of audio and images was first conceptualized in 1878. However, the technology to accomplish this feat did not exist.

The development of the video phone took a half century to get a working version. And another half century to make it usable.

Functional versions were developed by bell labs in the 1920's.

What does rep stand for?

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Rep typically stands for representative. Rep also can be the short word for represent. Lastly, it also could mean repetition.

What words describe the wilderness?

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Here are some sentences.

The scout traveled through the wilderness looking for a pathway for the wagon train.

There is not a lot of true wilderness left in our crowded world.

What major events happened in 1903?

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The Irish struggle for independence

What did terry fox give?

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terry fox gave raised money to give the people who have cancer

When did Terry Fox become famous?

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Terry was desired in basket ball

When did Terry Fox finish his run?

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Terry Fox never did get to finish his run like he planned...this should not be under the humor category. Its actually rather sad.

Why did terry fox want to run the marathon of hope?

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He wanted to walk all over the world to prove that he was cooler than MIcheal Jackson

What is Terry Fox favourite music?

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he liked basketball, running and wresting