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Who We Are

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There are ___million English Canadians and __ million French speakers in the country.

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Aboriginal people who are not Inuit or Métis refers to ____

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Who escaped slaves and freed men and women of African origin who in the 1780s fled to Canada from America? 

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In Canada, the state has traditionally partnered with faith communities _____.

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Territorial rights were first guaranteed by _____ through the Royal Proclamation of 1763.

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The majority of Francophones live in the province of

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Aboriginal languages and cultural practices in 1800 -1900 were mostly permitted.

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Which other religions are growing in Canada?

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Between ____, the federal government placed many Aboriginal children in residential schools to educate and assimilate them into mainstream Canadian culture.

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Half of First Nations people live on reserve land.

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Three founding peoples of Canada are 

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People who speak French as a first language are known as _____

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The largest group of people who live and work here are 

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From the 1600s to the 20th century, the basic way of life in English-speaking areas was established by _____.

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Europeans believed that ancestors of Aboriginal peoples 

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People who speak English as a first language are known as _____

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When did the House of Commons recognize that the Quebecois form a nation within a united Canada?

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Most of the French settlers in Quebec are from _____.

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It was known as the ____ when the Acadians survived and maintained their unique identity.

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Which language does Métis speak?

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Our institutions uphold a commitment to_____ BNA.

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In becoming Canadian, newcomers are expected to embrace democratic principles such as _____.

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Who is the officially bilingual province?

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Aboriginal people are ___% First Nation, while __% Métis and ___% Inuit.

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Canada constitutes 3 main regions

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The constitutional document of 1867 is known as 

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Who was the popular Governor-General of Canada(1935–40)?

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Ottawa formally apologized to the residential schools' children in ____

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The great majority of Canadians are _____.

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Which language is the second most spoken at home, after English in two of Canada’s biggest cities?

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Since the 1970s, most immigrants have come from South Asian countries.

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Gay and lesbian Canadians enjoy equal treatment under the law, including ____.

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During the war between ___, more than two-thirds of the Acadians were deported from their homeland.

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Who is the only constitutional monarchy in North America?

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Which language does Inuit speak?

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Canada is known around the world as _____

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Poets and songwriters have hailed Canada as the

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Inuit people have a vast knowledge of ____ that enabled them to live across the Arctic.

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Canadians could learn from ____ while they cherish their own special loyalties and traditions.

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What does ‘the Inuit’ mean?

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The federal government is required to provide services in _____

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The descendants of French colonists are called _____.

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Metis live in the Prairie provinces who are mixed of 

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Canada is often referred to as a _______.

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The term Aboriginal peoples refer to ____ distinct groups.

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The Chinese language is second most spoken at home in which 2 biggest cities in Canada and what by percentage?

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