Canada
Us
World
Per Capital
Income
Land Area
31.639
38.008
$5,188
9984670 sq km
1.9 billion acres
57308738 Sq. Miles
Governmental
System
Constitutional monarchy
Republic
Education
Divided into primary
education, followed by
secondary education and
post-secondary.
Natural
Resources
iron ore, nickel, zinc,
copper, gold, lead,
rare earth elements,
molybdenum, potash,
diamonds, silver, fish,
timber, wildlife, coal,
petroleum, natural
gas, hydropower
road, air, rail, and water
networks.
Christianity
Chinese Universism
Islam
Judaism
Buddhism
English
French
Mandarin
Italian
German
Major
Transportation
Religions
Languages
Climate
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Canada's climate is not as
cold all year around as
some may believe. In
winter, temperatures fall
below freezing point
throughout most of
Canada. But the southwestern coast has a
relatively mild climate.
Along the Arctic Circle,
mean temperatures are
below freezing for seven
months a year.During the
summer months the
southern provinces often
experience high levels of
humidity and
temperatures that can
surpass 30 degrees Celsius
Mainly provided by the public
sector, with control and funding
coming from three
levels: federal, state, and local. Child
education is compulsory.
coal, copper, lead,
molybdenum, phosphates, rare
earth elements, uranium,
bauxite, gold, iron, mercury,
nickel, potash, silver,
tungsten, zinc, petroleum,
natural gas, timber
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road, air, rail, and water networks.
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Christianity
Judaism
Islam
Buddhism
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English
Spanish
Mandarin
Tagalog
German
The United States includes a wide
variety of climate types due to its
large size, range of geographic
features, and non-contiguous
arrangement. In thecontiguous
United States to the east of
the 100th meridian, the climate
ranges from humid continental in
the north to humid subtropical in
the south. The southern tip
of Florida is tropical. The Great
Plains west of the 100th meridian
are semi-arid. Much of the Rocky
Mountains, the Sierra Nevada, and
theCascade Range are alpine. The
climate is arid in the Great Basin,
desert in the
Southwest, Mediterranean in coastal
California, and oceanic in
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regularly.
Population
33.9 million
coastalOregon and Washington. The
state of Alaska—on the
northwestern corner of the North
American continent—is largely
subarctic, with an oceanic climate in
its southern edge and a polar
climate in the north. The archipelago
state of Hawaii, in the middle of the
Pacific Ocean, is tropical.
309 million
6,852,472,823
Pop. Density
9.65 per sq mile
87.3 per sq mile
Topography
Canada's topography is
dominated by the
Canadian Shield, an icescoured area of
Precambrian rocks
surrounding Hudson Bay
and covering half the
country.
Economic
Systems
The Canadian economy is
dominated by the service
industry.
gold & nuclear fuels
Although the northern New England
coast is rocky, along the rest of the
eastern seaboard the Atlantic
Coastal Plain rises gradually from
the shoreline. Narrow in the north,
the plain widens to about 320 km
(200 mi) in the south and in Georgia
merges with the Gulf Coastal Plain
that borders the Gulf of Mexico and
extends through Mexico as far as
the Yucatán.
he economic system of the United
States is known as capitalism.
Imports
Exports
Sugar, zinc & precious
metals
Main Trading
Partners
America
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Passenger cars
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Civilian aircraft
Corn
Medicinal equipment
Japan
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