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Presented about Canada
СПО «Свирский
электромеханический техникум»
Проект выполнил студент первого курса
электромеханического отделения, по
специальности Газо-Электро Сварщик,
Селянгин Максим Александрович.
Руководитель проекта учитель
английского языка,
Сидорова Галина Василевна
First Canadian Flags
St. George's Cross
fleur-de-lis
Royal Union flag
Union Jack
Red Ensign
Maple Leaf
The Coat of Arms
• Canada’s Coat of Arms
was officially proclaimed
on November 21, 1921.
• The present Coat of Arms
was approved in 1994.
Symbols of Canada
The beaver attained official status as an
emblem of Canada March 24, 1975 .
The maple leaf began to serve as a
Canadian symbol as early as 1700 .
The colour of the maple leaves on the arms
of Canada was changed from green to red in
1957.
Tartans
Provincial and Territorial Tartans
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Maple leaf
Newfoundland
Prince Edward Island
Nova Scotia
New Brunswick
Quebec
Ontario
Manitoba
Saskatchewan
Alberta
British Columbia
Northwest Territories
Yukon
The Great Seal
The Great Seal of Canada is used on all
state documents such as proclamations
and commissions of:
cabinet ministers
Senators
Judges
senior government officials.
The seal bears the effigy of Queen
Elizabeth II, in her robes, holding the
orb and sceptre, and shows her sitting on
the coronation chair.
Origin of the Name – Canada
1.
The explorer depicted in the
image is Jacques Cartier .
2.
The Huron-Iroquois word
for "village" or "settlement”
was kanata.
3.
The first use of "Canada" as
an official name came in
1791 when the Province of
Quebec was divided into the
colonies of Upper and
Lower Canada.
The Parliament Building
The Centre Block
The Library of Parliament
The House of Commons
The Senate Chamber
Map of Canada
References
Canadian Heritage:
Canada's Parliament: Symbols and Ceremony:
http://www.parl.gc.ca/Information/Photos/Index-e.htm
The Atlas of Canada:
http://www.canadianheritage.gc.ca/index_e.cfm
http://atlas.gc.ca/site/english/index.html
Sing for Canada
http://www.singforcanada.ca/anthem.html
History of Canada
Canada's history is an exciting story of development of a vast wilderness into a great nation.
Most experts believe that the first people who lived on this land came from Asia about 15000
years ago. They came over a land bridge that once connected Asia and North America. Their
descendants are known today as Indians. The ancestors of the Eskimos came to Alaska after
them probably about 5000 years ago.
In 1497, John Cabot, an Italian navigator in the service of England, found rich fishing grounds
off Canada's south- east coast. His discovery led to the European exploration of Canada. France
set up a colony in eastern Canada in the early 1600's. Great Britain gained control of the
country in 1763, and thousands of British emigrants came to Canada. In 1867, the French and
English-speaking Canadians helped to create a united colony called the Dominion of Canada.
Two groups worked together to settle the country and to develop its great mineral deposits and
other natural resources.
Canada gained its independence from Britain in 1931. During the middle of 20th century, hardworking Canadians turned their country into an economic giant.
Today Canada is a leading producer of wheat, oats, and barley, Canada also ranks among the
world's top manufacturing countries, and it is a major producer of electric power.
Throughout its history, Canada has often been troubled by lack of unity among its people.
French Canadians, most of whom live in the province of Quebec, have struggled to preserve
their own culture. They have long been angered by Canadian policies based on British
traditions. Many of them support a movement to make Quebec a separate nation.People in
Canada's nine other provinces also frequently favour local needs over national interests.
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