Can you list alot of the cultures living in Canada?
It's for a Social Studies Class.
Thanks a lot! :3
- MiaLv 68 years agoFavorite Answer
Well Canada is obviously a multi-cultural country, as you know, so there are lots of cultures celebrated by different ethnic groups.
I don't really understand what you mean by "cultures living in Canada" - if I'm correct you are talking about ethncity and maybe an example of their culture..?
The wording of this question is a tad bit confusing.
Well in Quebec there's a lot of french speaking people.
There's the aboriginals (well native indians) who live on reserves mostly and have their own culture, which has a lot to do with nature.
Then there are the Asian cultures, including Chinese, Japanese, Koreans and more. The chinese celebrate chinese new year, the one of the cultures of Japense are kimonos, although everything has become much more modernized in today's society.
Other cultures include those from Pakistan and the MiddleEast, with their more spicy and exotic food, as well as the custom of wearing veils.
Then there's the Indians as well, one of their traditions is to wear saris (clothing), spicer food, and like many other cultures, they are more conservative than others.
There are also those from Sri Lanka, possibly Australia and Britain as well.
Canada has changed and is a very accepting and diverse country, with much of these cultures being immigrants.
Canada gives all backgrounds a chance to celebrate their culture and follow their own traditions.
- capitalgentlemanLv 78 years ago
All of them.
Canada is officially a multi-cultural country, and people come here from everywhere. In fact, 1/4 of the people living in Canada right now are immigrants.
- always b naturalLv 78 years ago
Yes, l can list a lot of cultures living in Canada
- ZaamiiLv 48 years ago
Easier question is what cultures don't exist in Canada.
Learning about other cultures IN Canada is stupid. This is Canada, we should learn about Canadian history and culture. A bunch of immigrants coming here doesn't make their culture Canadian.