What Are Some of the Human Characteristics of Canada?

Some of the human characteristics of Canada include the West Edmonton Mall, the CN Tower in Toronto, Parliament Hill in Ottawa and Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal. Human characteristics need not always be buildings, either, and they may include bridges or roads, major economic activities and even cultural characteristics.

From a geographic perspective, human characteristics are any characteristics that form as a direct result of human activity, as opposed to natural characteristics formed as a result of geological, atmospheric or biological processes.

Many Canadian human characteristics are not unique to Canada, either, such as the religions of Christianity and Islam, the style of architecture, or the constitutional monarchy political system which is very similar to that used by Britain, New Zealand, Denmark and the Netherlands.