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Canadian identity is the combination of cultural phenomena that sets Canadians apart as their own people. Historically, Canadian identity has taken much influence from the French and the British, while modern day Canada ... More »

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One similarity between individual identity and any given culture is the value of experience. A person must experience something within life to know who they are. When enough people share the same experiences and values, ... More »

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The Government of Canada website provides information in English and French on jobs in Canada, immigration to Canada, and travel inside and outside of Canadian borders, as well as business, benefits, health and taxes in ... More »

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The population of Brazil has a diverse ethnic background, often resulting in a combination of dark, olive skin — from a Portuguese and South American heritage — and striking blue eyes originating from northern European c... More »

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As of 2012, Tokyo was the most populated city in the world with 37,126,000 people in its metro area and immediate suburbs, and Washington D.C. was the most densely populated U.S. area with 9,856 people per square mile in... More »

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Population distribution is a term that refers to where people live. Distribution refers to the fact that the area is inhabited. Population density is the term that refers to how many people are in an area. More »

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Demographic factors are personal characteristics are used to collect and evaluate data on people in a given population. Typical factors include age, gender, marital status, race, education, income and occupation. Governm... More »

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