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A Guide to English-Speaking Countries Geography and History 1.1 Location and Size 1. Which of the following descriptions is correct about Canada? the second largest country in the world located in the North American continent Atlantic in the east, Pacific in the west, Arctic Ocean to the north share land borders with the United States to the south and northwest Canada has the longest coastline in the world. 1.2 Geographic Regions and Climate 2. How many geographic regions is Canada divided into? The Atlantic Region The Central Region The Prairie Region The Pacific Region The Northern Region 3. Canada’s vast territory and unique topography result in a climate with wide regional variations. Can you figure out what the weather is like in the above regions? 1.2 Geographic Regions and Climate Rocky Mountains mountain range forming the cordilleran (山脈,山系) backbone of the great upland system that dominates the western North American continent. stretch from northern Alberta (亞伯達,加拿大西部之一省)and British Columbia (不列顛哥倫比亞省)southward to New Mexico peak: Mount Elbert in Colorado at 14,440 feet (4,401 m) above sea level 1.3 Major Cities—Ottawa the capital of Canada the country's fourth largest city located in the Ottawa Valley lies on the banks of the Ottawa River a humid continental climate the seventh coldest capital in the world by annual average temperature, but ranks the third by means of January temperature nickname: Bytown 1.3 Major Cities—Toronto located on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario the largest city in Canada the provincial capital of Ontario Canada’s financial capital the fifth most populous municipality in North America ranks 14th in the world with over 4 million tourist arrivals per year a humid continental climate one of the safest major cities in North America with a low crime rate 1.3 Major Cities—Toronto 1.3 Major Cities—Montreal the second largest city in Canada the largest city in the Canadian province of Quebec used to be the largest city in Canada and industrial and financial centre of Canada The official language of Montreal is French. the largest French-speaking city in North America, and second in the world after Paris humid continental climate 1.3 Major Cities—Vancouver a coastal city and major seaport in southwestern British Columbia the third largest in the country ranks one of the three most livable cities in the world ethnically diverse, with 52% of city residents and 43% of metro residents having a first language other than English temperate climate the second largest Chinatown in North America after San Francisco 1.3 Major Cities—Vancouver Second largest Chinatown Canada Vancouver's Chinatown is the largest in Canada, and the second largest in North America, after San Francisco. Today the Chinese are the largest ethnic group in Vancouver. Since the 1980s, immigration has dramatically increased, making the city more ethnically and linguistically diverse and almost 30% of the city's inhabitants are of Chinese heritage. 1.3 Major Cities—Vancouver Stanley Park (斯坦利公園) It was opened in 1888, and located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada a National Historic Site of Canada attractions: forest, bodies of water, recreational facilities, animals and monuments History 2.1 Discovery and Exploration The name “Canada” is derived from the Huron word “Kanata”, meaning “a village or settlement”. Huron (休倫語) language of North American Indians who lived along the St. Lawrence River when it was discovered in 1534 The Huron lived in villages, consisting of large, bark-covered dwellings that housed several families who were related through maternal descent. 2.1 Discovery and Exploration In 1497, John Cabot, an Italian sea captain, sailed west from Britain, searching for a new route to Asia. This voyage led to the discovery of Canada, which Cabot claimed as Newfoundland. The French exploration of Canada began in 1534, when Jacques Cartier attempted to find new routes to the Orient. 2.1 Discovery and Exploration 2.2 European Settlement In the early 1600s, both Britain and France founded permanent settlements in Canada. 2.3 British Canada In 1774, the British Parliament passed the Quebec Act, coping with the differences between French and British People. In 1791, Canada was split into Upper Canada (English-speaking Ontario) and Lower Canada (French-speaking Quebec). In 1841, Upper and Lower Canada united as the British Colony, the Province of Canada. 2.4 Canadian Nation In 1867, The Constitution Act created the self-governing dominion of Canada. In 1931, Canada was recognized as an equal partner of Britain. The federal government’s power increased since 1950s to its historical height. By 1961, the country had become one of the world’s most urbanized nations. During 1970s, the relationship between Canada and the US became strained. 2.5 Canada Since 1980s The Canada Act of 1982 made Canada a fully sovereign state. In the early 1990s, Meech Lake Accord and Charlottetown Accord both failed in a national referendum. In the 1993 national election, Progressive Conservative Party was defeated by the Liberals. In 1997 Chretien’s Liberal government succeeded in ending the 20 years of federal budget deficit. When Paul Martin took office, Sino-Canadian relationship improved. 2.5 Canada Since 1980s Meech Lake Accord (《米其湖協議》) a package of proposed amendments to the Constitution of Canada negotiated in 1987 intended to persuade the government of Quebec to endorse the 1982 constitutional amendment and increase support in Quebec for remaining within Canada an attempt to weaken or even dismantle (取消) the power of the federal government. aftermath: defeated in 1990 2.5 Canada Since 1980s Charlottetown Accord (《夏洛特敦協議》) a package of proposed amendments to the Constitution of Canada, proposed by the Canadian federal and provincial governments in 1992 addressed greater autonomy for both Quebec and the aboriginal population aftermath: It was submitted to a public referendum on October 26 of that year, and was defeated

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