‘Earth’ is an initiative aimed at sharing information about countries and helping our audiences better discover countries of the world.
We will be sharing important information about countrys such as their currency, political leader, religions, population, monuments etc.
Let’s start with the north of our planet. Project “Earth”. Country of the Week: Canada.
1 – National capital / official languages =Ottawa/English, French
2 – Currency in circulation = Canadian dollar (CAD)
3 – Current political leader = Federal parliamentary / constitutional monarchy
• Monarch –Elizabeth II
• Governor General
• Prime Minister
4 – Population estimate =37,067,011(2018)
5 – Religion:
6 – Country codes: telephone (+1), internet (.ca)
Monarch –Elizabeth II
St. Nicholas Anglican Church. Also known as the “little church in the valley”, this is one of the most photographed buildings in Saskatchewan. The village of Kennell
This Ukrainian Orthodox church in the Municipality of Gilbert Plains, now vacant, was built around 1926.
The Baitul Islam (House of Islam) is a mosque in Vaughan north of Toronto. It was inaugurated on October, 17th 1992
Wutai Shan Buddhist Garden in Canada. The happy Buddha weighs in at 127 tons. Photo Andy Harjula
The Kiever Synagogue, a Modern Orthodox Jewish synagogue in Toronto, Canada. It was founded by Jewish immigrants from the Ukraine in 1912, and formally incorporated in 1914.
The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians and the First Nations Kwakiutl Tribe of British Columbia, Canada, came together recently at Sunnylands resort in Rancho Mirage. Totem pole carved in 1976 by renowned artist Henry Hunt.