Why is Canada under-populated compared to the United States?
I do not understand. You've been here as long as they, but you have a lot of late. Financially, politically and sociologically.
- Anonymous6 years agoFavorite Answer
Canada is a lot of untouched land. They didn't have the industrial revolution, or all of the inventions that the states had. The land in the US is better. In the midwest you can grow almost anything. In the south you can grow oranges, olives, grapes, etc... Canada is cold and doesn't have as long of a growing season.
A European moving across the ocean doesn't want to move to a country under the control of a monarchy, they want the country that broke from it, and wanted to have there own land to farm. The only thing growing in Canada is wheat, and trees.
- 6 years ago
Because it's cold as hell here :P Most of our population is snuggled up in southern Canada, but it's pretty much cold or chilly most months out of the year, unless you live in BC.
- AnonymousLv 76 years ago
It's summer lasts about 10 days at the end of July.
- OgreLv 56 years ago
look at a satellite image of the canadian cities...they all snuggle up to the U.S. for warmth
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- xpatinasiaLv 76 years ago
"I do not understand."
You must be a conservative.