Canada: all about this country and its main places!

latitude: 62.50638 / longitude: -96.66297

General information

Population

In this country, the median age is 41.80 years and the birth growth rate is around 0.73%. There are 36,334,400 people here, or 0.487% of the world's population.

Geography

This nation's capital is Ottawa and the country shares a border with United States. Country territory measures 9,984,670 km², they use a postcode system and the main cities are: Toronto, Montréal, Québec, Hamilton, Mississauga. People from this country speak these languages: English, French.

Economy

In this country a Big Mac is worth 6.77$ (around $5.25 USD). The currency symbol is $, and the ISO code for that currency is CAD. In 2021 the GDP was $1,988,336,331,717 USD, placing it at position 9 in the market.

Culture

There are UNESCO listed sites in this country: L’Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site, Nahanni National Park, Dinosaur Provincial Park, SGang Gwaay, Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump. Example of famous dishes in this country: Kraft Dinner.

Education

Well known universities are: University of Toronto, McGill University, University of British Columbia, University of Alberta, University of Montreal. The inhabitants stay 17 years in school (tertiary education included).

Good to know

The country's websites have the domain name ".ca", telephone numbers begin with +1, the ISO code is CA https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canada is a good place to find out more details on this country.

Summary

Flag
ISO code CA
Capital Ottawa
Population 36,334,400
World percentage 0.487%
Median age 41.80 years
Population growth rate 0.73%
Main cities
Borders
Spoken languages English, French
GDP (2021) $1,988,336,331,717
GDP position #9
Big Mac local price 6.77$
Big Mac USD price $5.25
Currency code CAD
Currency symbol $
School life expectancy 17 years
National dish Kraft Dinner
TLD .ca
Phone prefix +1
Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canada

Regions


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