Last Updated on August 16, 2021 by Neil Mackengie
The Canadian people are made up of different national stocks and races. The first known inhabitants of the country were the Indians. It is believed the Indians crossed into this continent Acron the Bering Strait and Sea from eastern Asia at least 10,000 years ago. When Europeans first explored the country, Indian bands wore living in most of the forested areas. There were only a few Indians in the provinces near the Atlantic Ocean.
The second group of people to enter Canada were the EskiDlo8. They crossed the Bering Strait from Asia less than 3,0tD years ago. There are few records of their early movements. The first white settlers in Canada were the French. They came in greatest numbers to Quebec, but also to Nova Scotia, where they cleared farms on the southern side of the Bay of Fundy.
The French built their citadel at Quebec City, where the St. Lawrence River narrows, and carved farms out of the forests in the territory. By the time of the British conquest in 1763, there were about 60,000 French in Canada, living chie8y between Quebec and Montreal. There were not many British in Canada until the American Revolutionary War drove large northward.
Throughout the nineteenth century, thousands of British immigrants came to Canada. The descendants of these peoples from England, Scotland, and Ireland now make up about half the population.
Around the turn of the century, immigrants came in increasing numbers from Europe, and the largest numbers came from Central and Eastern Czechs, Poles, Rumanians, and Ukrainians.
What Is Canada’s Full Name?
Dominion of Canada.
Short Answer- Canada became a country, the Dominion of Canada, in 1867. Before that, British North America was made up of a few provinces, the vast area of Rupert’s Land, and the North-Western Territory.
The British were the first European settlers to Canada. While in some places the British are still seen as the “bad guys” today—such as in some of the U.S. textbooks that still portray the War of 1812 this way—the fact is that the British did more than just settle Canada. In fact, the British were responsible for more than half of the original settlement of Canada.
Answer- Robert Borden.
Short Answer- The Canadian national motto is “A Mari usque ad Mare” which means “From sea to sea”.