Canada Welcome to our 2018-2019 destination Previous Next Welcome O, Canada! Our northern neighbors have a rich history and vibrant way of life. Join us as we journey across the border. Here, you’ll find resources to help you take a adventure to Canada. Enjoy! 2018 DESTINATION Canada Join our journey to Canada this year! Plan a Visit Today DID YOU KNOW? The national icon is the Beaver. FACT #01 The capital city of Canada is Ottawa. FACT #02 The 2 main languages spoken in Canada are English and French. FACT #03 Canada is the second largest country in the world by total area (Russia is the largest). FACT #04 The name Canada comes from the word ‘kanata’ which means ‘settlement’ or ‘village’ in the language of the indigenous St Lawrence Iroquoians. FACT #05 The maple leaf is a Canadian symbol and features prominently on the national flag. FACT #06 Canada has over 30000 lakes. FACT #07 First Nations peoples make up about four percent of the population. FACT #08 The national tree is the Sugar Maple. FACT #09 Canada features the longest coastline in the world, stretching 202,080 kilometres (125,570 miles). FACT #10 Previous Next Resources Travel Documents Passport to Canada Brochure (PDF) Press Kit (need to get this file from TGC) Kid’s Corner Kid-Safe Websites (Clickable PDF) Facts about Canada (Clickable PDF) Activities: Canada: Colors in French Activities: Canada: Puzzle Sheet Activities: Canada: Word Search Activities: Canada: Word Search Answer Key Books (Clickable PDF) Video (need to get this info from TGC) plan a visit Bring a unique experience to your students and yourself! Talk to us and plan a trip today to Canada! Plan a Trip!