Canada is home to the longest coastline in the world, boasts the oldest rocks on Earth and has one of the largest impact craters. Canada consists of nearly 151,000 miles of coastline, made up largely by the country's 52,... More »

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Dealfind was a Canadian coupon website with a business model that consisted of getting local and national businesses to offer discounted products or coupons in exchange for increased online customer traffic. It operated ... More »

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Lake Louise is a sparkling blue alpine lake fed by glaciers in Banff National Park in the Canadian province of Alberta. Named after Queen Victoria’s fourth daughter, Princess Louise Caroline Alberta, Lake Louise is a wor... More »

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Alberta, Canada served as home to a number of aboriginal people until the 1700s, when Europeans and Americans moved to the area to ply the fur trade. Native Albertans included the Creek, Blackfoot, Kootenay and Slavey In... More »

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Free online courses, regardless of where the institution that offers them is located, are available to people everywhere in the world, including Canada. There are many websites where students can take online courses; Cou... More »

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As of 2010, Canada ranked as the 12th-largest importer in the world. Some of its imports include animals and animal products, plastic, rubber, wood pulp, new vehicles and aircraft. It also imports vegetable, food, minera... More »

David Suzuki is best known for his work with the David Suzuki Foundation, through which he educates people on environmental and climate changes in Canada and around the world. The David Suzuki Foundation was founded in 1... More »