The official with the most power in the Canadian government
People who leave their own country because of war or a natural disaster
Government where people have loyalty to a king or queen BUT have their rights protected by a constitution
accepting many cultures instead of just one. Supporting customs and languages of other immigrant groups
People from Quebec who want to form their own independent country. They want to break away and have their own territory.
The legislature in Canada (part of government)
A person who speaks French
A sense of belonging to a nation, rather than just to one's immigrant culture
products shipped OUT of a country----EXIT
products brought INTO a country from overseas
Paths that make it EASY to move from one part of the country to another. Highways and canals.
"two tongues" Being able to speak 2 languages, like French and English
ESSAY: What are similarities between the governments of Canada and United States?
Past Prime Minister--He added a Charter of Rights and Freedoms to Canada's Constitution in 1982