Canadian Traditional Dress_

Canadian national clothing was originally influenced by that of native Americans who lived in this land for centuries. Traditional garments in Canada also correspond to the weather conditions and climate in this part of the world, which is very cold much of the time.

That's why traditional Canadian pieces of clothing generally comes in the form of parkas, tuques, ojibwa shirts, mittens, ear muffs, etc.

Native Indians in Canada kept tradition in everything, as each tribe had its traditional garment, jewelry and style of face painting. Each tribe managed to keep its own dress untouched and unchanged for centuries.

Art Canada

Art in Canada reflects thousands of years of habitation, first by Native Americans followed by waves of immigration which included artists of European origins and subsequently by artists with heritage from countries all around the world. The nature of Canadian art reflects these diverse origins, as immigrant artists from all over the world came to mold new artistic traditions in Canada.

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Rock Climbing Selfies in Canada

You tested the hand hold, then carefully moved your feet up to a small ledge. Place hand, move feet. Place hand, move feet; over and over as you steadily climbed the ridge. Finally you stand, just below the summit, and pause to look around. An emerald lake nestledin the valley far below. Climbing may well be the most visceral way to experience the magic of these mountains.

Culture of Canada

 Canada's culture draws influences from its broad range of constituent nationalities, and policies that promote a just and equal society with constitutional protections that ensure the human rights of minority groups. Canada is, in reality, a cultureal mosaic of regional, ethnic subcultures formed by the descendents of original immigrants, mostly Western European.

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