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  3. Canadian Definition & Meaning | Dictionary.com

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    Canada lynx, Canada mayflower, Canada moonseed, Canadarm, Canada thistle, Canadian, Canadian Alliance, Canadian bacon, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Canadian English, Canadian football. Dictionary.com Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023.

  4. Canada - Cultural life | Britannica

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    In its broadest sense, Canadian culture is a mixture of British, French, and American influences, all of which blend and sometimes compete in every aspect of cultural life, from filmmaking and writing to cooking and playing sports. Other peoples have added distinctive elements to this mixture.

  5. Canada - Daily life and social customs | Britannica

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    Still, the country unites to celebrate Canada Day (July 1), which commemorates the formation of the country in 1867. British and American influences are strongly felt in Canadian daily life in English-speaking portions of the country. Quebec’s French culture is perhaps most noticeable through its distinctive architecture, music, and cuisine.

  6. Canadian Culture, Customs and Traditions - WorldAtlas

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    Canada is a multicultural nation that is ethnically diverse. Today, the country has a population of about 35 million, a significant number of whom are immigrants originating from different corners of the planet. Canada, just like any other country, has a culture that was shaped by history.

  7. The Canadian Train | Luxurious Train Experience by VIA Rail

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    The Canadian Train: Route Map. VIA Rail's The Canadian Train follows this route: Toronto > Winnipeg > Saskatoon > Edmonton > Jasper > Kamloops > Vancouver. It can also be done in reverse. This is the classic Canadian journey. Rumble through boreal forest, prairies and mountains on what National Geographic called one of the best train trips in the world. And along the way, you'll get to experience some uniquely Canadian destinations.

  8. Canadian Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

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    geographical name. Ca· na· di· an kə-ˈnā-dē-ən. variants or, upstream from its junction with the North Canadian, South Canadian. river 906 miles (1458 kilometers) long in the south central U.S. flowing east from northeastern New Mexico to the Arkansas River in eastern Oklahoma.

  9. Canada News Today | CTV News

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    CTV News is your source for today's Canadian news, the latest local headlines, videos and more from across Canada.

  10. Provinces and territories of Canada - Wikipedia

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    The vast majority of Canada's population is concentrated in areas close to the Canada–US border. Its four largest provinces by area ( Quebec, Ontario, British Columbia and Alberta) are also (with Quebec and Ontario switched in order) its most populous; together they account for 86% of the country's population.

  11. Quebec Cardinal Marc Ouellet resigns amid sexual assault...

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    Article. A powerful Canadian cardinal who was twice accused of sexual assault will retire on April 12, the Vatican’s news service announced Monday. The announcement did not mention the ...