* Capital: Ottawa.
* Area of the country: 9,984,670 km 2.
* The country's location: Canada is located in the continent of North America and specifically the north, is bordered to the north, the Arctic Ocean, bordered on the south by the United States of America, bordered on the east Greenland, and is bordered to the west of Alaska.
* Monetary unit: Canadian dollar.
* Government: constitutional monarchy.
* Population: The population of Canada in 2005 to (32,233,955) people are distributed by 76% in cities and 24% rural population.
* Language: Most of the population speaks English and another section of them speak French, but there is a good percentage speak both languages.
* Religion: Roman Catholic 47% Western and 41% Protestant, and there are minorities of other religions.
* The most important cities:- Toronto.- Montreal.- Vankovkr.- Ottawa.
* International organizations that belong to the State: the United Nations, the Commonwealth, NATO, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
* Science: A leaf red maple in the Department of white lines surrounding the red stripes of the side upright.
* The most important products:- Agriculture: grain, meat, milk and vegetables.- Industry: cars, food products, machinery, timber, oil refining, and iron.- Mining: Oil and natural gas, gold, copper and coal.
* History:- France had the lead in the European discovery of Canada where it has established a colony in eastern Canada in the seventeenth century AD, including traders could penetrate deep in the land with a view to trade, but in 1763 Britain was able to control most of the land of Canada. In 1867, cooperation in French-speaking Canadians and others speaking English in the establishment of a united colony known as the Government of Canada has been independent in 1931.
- In the nineteenth century in the period (1867-1816) increased the numbers of immigrants to Canada and the movement began to claim autonomy among Canadians during the forties of the century, Britain had no choice but giving them some sort of autonomy ..Was dissatisfaction with the French Canadians is increasing by the increasing immigrants from Britain in the meantime. Unrest began and reached an end of the revolution in French Canada.
- Some politicians began calling for Canadians to address these political difficulties by reference to the federal government .. It is 1868 and even 1913 has this Canadian state economically and industrially and agriculturally and expanded to include nine provinces and the economy boomed in the early twentieth century and to punish the ruling parties presidents Progressive Conservative Party and the Liberal Party.
- Canada gained full independence from Britain in 1931 and continued to flourish during World War II became industrialized countries, a industrial strength ..- Canada has seen increasing immigration in the period between 1945 and 1956 m from Germany, Italy and other ..- Has gone through Canada in the sixties phase of critical economic, Vtdhort foreign trade and increased unemployment, which led to the eruption of nationalist sentiments arose the movement in Quebec, headed for independence, and continued strongly in the seventies and continued with the turmoil in the economy so that saw a breakthrough to improve the relationship with China and the Soviet Union still the situation as it was in that period.