One of the most peaceful and nature loving countries in the world is the great country of Canada. It is also one of the must cultural diverse countries in the entire world, which help to make this an exceptional country to live in and a fantastic country to visit. It has one of the strongest economies in the world and the crime rate is one of the lowest in the world. Even with all this there are also some interesting things you may have never known about this great country in the north.
Canada is the second largest country in the world, just behind Russia. Even with its large size it has the fourth lowest population density in the world, averaging just three people per square kilometers. Of those residents, more then half of Canada's residents were born in other countries.
Canada is the country that has some of the most useful inventions known to man. These remarkable inventions include basketball, the light bulb, the electric range, the electron microscope, the telephone, standard time, the ever popular television, the zipper, and the very first snowmobile. With so small of a population these are amazing feats.
Canda is home to some of the most unique cities in the entire world. Montreal is known as the city of churches and actually has more churches then homes. Toronto has a population of about five million extremely smart people. There are more residents with college degrees then in any other city in the world.
The climate and terrain also has some unique and interesting characteristics to it. Most of the country is covered in snow for more then six months a year. Among this cold snowy land is one desert and it is 15 miles long and has a boardwalk so the residents can avoid walking on it.
The country of Canada shares a border with the U.S, which is not only the longest in the world it is also the only unprotected one. Canada and the U.S have a great relationship and Canada produces so much excess energy that it gladly shares it with its southern neighbor.