It is important to study Canadian black history in order to understand the influences that have shaped Canadian culture today. It is important to understand the roots of the Canadian black population.
There is no such thing as a "Canadian" culture anymore than there is a single Global Culture. Canada is a Confederation of many Nations, each with many peoples and cultures. Some of those cultures date back thousands of years, some hundreds and most just a few decades. Most Canadians have very shallow family roots in Canada with 38% not being born in Canada or having at least one parent not born in Canada. With that in mind "Immigrants" are Canadian culture, just as they are Global Culture. BTW in Canada "Immigrants" are considered First Generation and their children Second Generation. This is different than most countries because once a person becomes Canadian they get all the rights and benefits, sometimes even more, than those whose families have been in Canada for hundreds of years. Also those whose families have been here for hundreds of years do not force their culture on others, not even their children. Multi-Generational Canadians have a very live and let live culture and think it is wrong to force others to change their culture. Of course this is not the case for all Multi-Generational Canadian cultures as there are some who have made laws that force their language and culture on new comers. Aside from that minority most Canadians respect other cultures and do not force their culture, or even share their culture as much as others. It is the main quality of Canadians that people like. People who come to Canada have, generally speaking, kept their culture.
A common colture experienced large numbers of people.
The "breadbasket" is a reference to the large amounts of wheat that is grown on the Prairies.
because we cant stop drinking the stuff.
All canadians voted for ice hockey to be the canadian national sport
its not. Canadian culture is about acceptance of other cultures and religions
Culture plays a large role in communication. Speech, language, words, and accents are also considered a part of a culture.
Religion itself is not part of the material or non-material culture. However, various artifacts and ecofacts can be related to religion: these are part of the material culture.
The Canadian shield covers a very large part of Canada.
Yes. The Canadian Shield is a large part of Canada, and many more than fifteen animals live there.
Canadian TV (as in Canadian production) tells us that we are rightfully in a cultural war of self identification with respect to Manifest Destiny. By the way, being the generous people we are, Canadians have no problem, in principle, to U.S. desires to become part of Canada.