Canada Economy

Canada Economy and Communication

ECONOMY Business etiquette International business practices including making appointments and calling cards. Toronto Toronto has often been derided as a conservative, morally strict city, and critics have also referred to it as “Toronto the Good”. called. Although this view has been out of date for around 20 years, business is still conducted according to this […]

Canada Travel Guide

Canada Travel Guide

TRAVEL WARNING Current information German citizens who are exempt from the visa requirement for Canada have, since March 15, 2016, to obtain an electronic entry permit in advance in order to be able to enter Canada by air. This is not required for entry by land. For details and the link to the official website […]

Canada Overview

Canada Overview

GENERAL Official name of the state Canada. Capital Ottawa. Geography According to ehealthfacts, Canada covers the northern part of the North American continent, with the exception of Alaska in the northwest. In the northeast, Greenland lies in front of the coast, in the west the Pacific and in the east the Atlantic. In the south, […]

Canada Religion

Canada Religion

Religious freedom prevails. According to figures from 2011, two-thirds of Canadians counted as Christians. The group that had grown the most since the 2001 census was the one that said it had absolutely no religion, from 16.5 percent to just under 24 percent. The Catholics were still the most. Nearly two in five residents belonged […]

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Canada

Canada is a monarchy in North America and an autonomous part of the Commonwealth of Nations. The country includes the northern half of North America, with the exception of Alaska and Greenland. Canada has an area of ​​9,984,671 square miles and is the second largest country in the world; only Russia is bigger. The country […]

Movies in Canada

Movies in Canada

There have been films made in Canada since 1898. The first longer feature film was Evangeline (1914) directed by William Cavanaugh and Edward P. Sullivan after Longfellow’s poem. After World War I, production came under the shadow of Hollywood, but the first Canadian sound film, The Viking (1931) directed by Varick Frissel and George Melford, […]

Dance in Canada

Dance in Canada

Although Canada as a ballet nation is not very old, the country today has a number of international class companies. The classical ballet tradition is closely associated with the British, and a number of British dancers have made their mark on Canadian ballet, not least Betty Oliphant through her basic work as head of the […]

Theater in Canada

Theater in Canada

Throughout the colonial era there is a trace of theater activities in Canada, but the emergence of a separate national theater mainly occurred in the 20th century. Indigenous theatrical activities in connection with Native American rituals and narrative traditions probably date back to pre-colonial times, especially with the Nootka and Kwakiutl tribes on the west coast […]

Music in Canada

Music in Canada

Folk music After the colonization, the music of the Inuit and Indians continued to live relatively unaffected by the colonial power, see Inuit (music). Folk music also includes a number of traditions related to the various immigrant groups. The French-Canadian and British-Canadian dominates, but also a number of other groups of different ethnic origins (with […]

Arts in Canada

Art in Canada

The art of French Canada in the 17th and 18th centuries was associated with the Catholic Church. Particularly typical were church decorations and religious wood sculptures. In English Canada, motifs from nature were popular, e.g. mountains and waterfalls. Gradually, heroic battle motifs and portraits of generals and Native American chiefs became common. Two artists that […]