من نحن – Who We Are

الموضوع سيكون طويل شوية لأنه يخص أربع صفحات في الكتاب 10 ، 11 ، 12 و 13

 

Canada is known across the world for being

Strong and free

 

Canada is

The ONLY Constitutional Monarchy in North America

 

The key phrase that rules Canadian institutions, “Peace, Order and Good Government” comes from which document

The British North America Act

 

Poets and Songwriters have hailed Canada as  

The great Dominion

 

It is believed that the ancestors of Canada’s Aboriginal peoples have migrated from where

Asia

 

In what decade did the federal government stop trying to force Aboriginal children to integrate into mainstream Canadian culture

in 1980s

 

What are the Three Founding Peoples of Canada

Aboriginal French And British

 

When were Territorial Rights for Canada’s Aboriginal Peoples first established

1763

and were first guaranteed by King George III

 

How many groups make up the Aboriginal Peoples of Canada

Three : Indian, Inuit, and Métis

 

What does the term Indian refer to

All Aboroginal people who are not Inuit or Métis

 

Where do about half of the First Nation people live

On Reserve Land

 

How many First Nations communities are there in Canada

600

 

What proportion of First Nations people live on reserve land

50%

 

In their own language “Inukitut language”, what does “Inuit” mean

The People

 

Where did the Inuit live

in the Arctic

 

Who are the Métis

People of mixed Aboriginal and European ancestry

 

Where did the majority of Métis live

 In the Prairie Provinces

 

The Métis are a people of mixed Aboriginal and

European ancestry

 

Who speak the dialect known as Michif

The Métis

 

what percentage does Inuit make up of Canada’s Aboriginal People

4%

 

what percentage does Métis make up of Canada’s Aboriginal People

30%

 

what percentage does First Nations make up of Canada’s Aboriginal People

65%

 

Modern Canadian society is largely derived from which civilizations

English and French

 

Define Anglophones

People who speak English as their first language

 

How many people in Canada have English as their first language

18Million

 

Define Francophones

People who speak French as their first language

 

How many people in Canada have French as their first language

7Million

 

The majority of French-speaking Canadians live in the province of

 Quebec

 

Which is the only officially bilingual Province

 New Brunswick

 

Who are the Acadians

Descendants of French colonists

 

Where did the Acadians mainly settled in 1604

in The Maritime Provinces

 

Between 1755 and 1763, more than two-thirds of the Acadians were deported due to a war between France and

Britain

 

What is known as the Great Upheaval

When Acadians were deported during the war between Britain and France

 

In what year was it recognized by the House of Commons that Quebecois form a nation within a United Canada

in 2006

 

What recognition was given in 2006 by the House of Commons for its unique identity and culture

To the Quebecois that Form a Nation within a United Canada

 

How many Anglo-Quebecers have a heritage of 250 years

  1Million

 

In becoming Canadian, newcomers are expected to

Embrace Democratic Principles such as the Rule of Law

 

Canada is often called

The Land of Immigrants

 

What are the 12 largest ethnic groups in Canada

The English, French, Scottish, Irish, German, Italian, Chinese, Aboriginal, Ukrainian, Dutch, South Asian and Scandinavian

 

Since the 1970s, most immigrants have come to Canada from

Asian countries

 

What language is the second most-spoken at home, after English, in Toronto and Vancouver

Chinese

13% Vancouver

7% Toronto

 

What is Canada’s largest religious affiliation

Christianity

 

Among Canadian Christians, what is the largest affiliation

Catholic

 

Where is Notre-Dame-des-Victoires located

in Québec City

 

Who is Marjorie Turner-Bailey

An Olympian who is descendant of black Loyalists

 


 

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