The name Canada is now generally accepted as originating from the St.
Lawrence Iroquoian word kanata or canada, meaning “village” or “settlement”.
Related translations include “land” or “town”, with subsequent terminologies meaning “cluster of dwellings” or “collection of huts”.
What are Canadian values?
A democratic nation, Canada has a value system that is founded on equality, freedom, and respect for all individuals in society. This is reflected in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, legislation which is a part of the Canadian Constitution.
What are Canadian beliefs?
Canadians value equality, respect, safety, peace, nature – and we love our hockey!
- Equality. In law, women and men are equal in Canada.
- Respect for different cultures. Indigenous peoples were the first to welcome newcomers to what we now call Canada.
- Safety and peace.
- Being polite.
What does QC stand for in Canada?
QC. Abbreviation of Quebec, a province of Canada. Abbreviation of Quebec City, capital of the province of Quebec, Canada.