Is Canada belong to Great Britain?

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  • Is Canada belong to Great Britain?


Answer #1 | 11/01 2017 17:04
Positive: 36 %
Answer #2 | 11/01 2017 17:01
NO - Canada is it's own country ( from about 1866-67 ) but it used to be part of the EMPIRE , and then and STILL is part of the commonwealth list of common wealth : Antigua and Barbuda Kenya Samoa Australia Kiribati Seychelles The Bahamas Lesotho Sierra Leone Bangladesh Malawi Singapore Barbados Malaysia Solomon Islands Belize Maldives South Africa Botswana Malta* Sri Lanka Brunei Darussalam Mauritius Swaziland Cameroon Mozambique Tonga Can ada Namibia Trinidad and Tobago Cyprus* Nauru Tuvalu Dominica New Zealand Uganda Fiji Islands Nigeria United Kingdom Ghana Pakistan United Republic of Tanzania Grenada Papua New Guinea Vanuatu Guyana Rwanda Zambia India St Kitts and Nevis Zimbabwe Jamaica St Lucia St Vincent and the Grenadines *Although also EU member states, citizens of Cyprus and Malta are eligible to be registered to vote in respect of all elections held in the UK. British Oversees Territories Anguilla Montserrat Bermuda Pitcairn Island British Antarctic Territory St Helena British Indian Ocean Territory St Helena dependencies British Virgin Islands (Ascension Island and Tristan da Cunha) Cayman Islands South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands Falkland Islands Sovereign base areas on Cyprus Gibraltar Turks and Caicos Islands
Positive: 30 %
Answer #3 | 11/01 2017 17:00
That's not an English sentence. I think you meant to troll, er I mean ask "Does Canada belong to Great Britain?" And no, we have not been a British colony or territory since 1867. ntryourparliament/html_booklet/confederation-e.html You should visit to get to know us better. It's Canada's 150th birthday this July. Should be a fantastic year to be a tourist. -the-nation-has-a-lot-to-offer-travellers-during-sesquicente nnial-year
Positive: 10 %

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