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In Canada there are a group of indigenous people called the Kwakwaka'wakw. These peoples language is Kwak'wala. Although the people shared the same language each nation considers itself as a separate independent nation. In recent years the Kwakwaka'wakw have been revitalizing their culture and language. If you go to Thunderbird Park you will see a red cedar totem pole made by Chief Tony Hunt. In Canada they have many languages, but the two main languages are English and French. There are about 34,030,000 million people in a land area of about 3,854,085 square miles. In Canada the GDP per capita is $45,085. On the east of Canada is the Atlantic ocean and on the west is the Pacific ocean.

Posted by ddougherty 07:24 Archived in Canada

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