Canada is one of developed countries in the world with
a high income percapita and a member of world international
organization such G8, OECD, WTO, Commonwealth of Nations,
APEC and United Nations. Canada has rapidly developed in
high technology industry and owned an international reputation
in many industry sectors. There are many multinational companies
in canada such as Research in Motion (RIM) who produce Blackberry,
Corel Corporation, Ford Motor Company of Canada,
Air Canada, Cirque du Soleil, and DaimlerChrysler Canada.
Canada consists of ten provinces and three territories,
and also uses bilingual, English and French, as official language.
Each province and territory has its own capital city as the government center.
The ten provinces are British Columbia, Alberta,
Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick,
Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland dan
Labarador; while the three territories in Canada are
Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut. English is
the official language for almost all provinces and territories.
Quebec is the only province with French as the official
language while New Brunswick is the only province that
use bilingual, English and French. But there are some
communities in other provinces and territories using
English and French also.