What is the animal carved on the Canadian nickel?
A beaver, which is Canada’s national symbol, is the animal carved on the Canadian nickel. All today’s Canadian nickels are produced with nickel plating.
Whose Terry Fox?
Terry Fox was a Canadian athlete and cancer research activist who decided to embark on a race across Canada to raise money for cancer research. In 1981 and after a long fight with cancer, because of which his leg was amputated, Terry Fox, unfortunately, passed away.
In which Canadian province people who speak French as a first language are welcomed the most?
Quebec is a Canadian province that embraces everyone who speaks French as a first language. New Brunswick ranks second concerning this issue.
What is the most common topping in Canada?
Maple Syrup is the topping Canada is known for. Canada is well-known for maple trees, and they are used for sweet topping on pancakes.
What animal does the Canadian quarter carry?
The Canadian quarter carries a caribou on it.
Who is the Head of State in Canada?
Canada's Head of State is Queen Elizabeth II, with a Governor-General working on her behalf.
How many official languages are there in Canada?
French and English are the two official languages in Canada. However, there are many other languages that people speak freely in the country.
What are the two colors of Canada's flag?
Red and white are the two colors of Canada’s flag which also carries a maple leaf on it since the country is known for maple trees.
What is Canada’s capital?
Ottawa. It is located in Ontario; whose capital is Toronto.
How many people live in Canada?
Canada is the world’s second-largest country. However, only 35 million people live in it. This may be the reason why the country welcomes a huge number of immigrants every year.
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