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BITS OF CULTURE - Canada
 
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Diet
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Cultural Values

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Main Religion & Death Concepts/Rituals

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Health Care Values

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Diet
  • The Canada goose is a staple food item for natives of northern Canada.
  • Canada does not have a "national" cuisine as such. There are typical Canadian dishes.
  • The traditional cuisine varies from British Columbia (Salmon & Wild Rice, and Nanaimo Bars) to Newfoundland (Cod Cakes and fish cheeks), to Native dishes (maple sugar pie) to French Canadian Foods (Tortiere, Yellow Pea Soup).


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Interesting Facts
  • Although lacrosse was Canada’s first national game, hockey is its most popular.
  • Canada has more donut shops per capita than the United States does.
    Canada's national animal is the beaver.
  • Canada is known as "Chocolate Town". The first Valentine's Day heart-shaped chocolate box was invested there and so was the very first chocolate nut bar and the pink cinnamon chicken bone.


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