Canada's National Identity

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A nation is commonly known as a group of individuals who are able to be unified through varying aspects that contributes to one’s identity. Through unification of commonality and a shared sense of belonging within a group, many individuals are able to develop a national feeling. Though Canada may be viewed as an non-existent nation that only has a legal and geographic existence because there was not many significant events that have impacted and shaped Canada’s identity like the American’s and the French, nevertheless many individuals are able to find and even establish collective characteristics within their identities that is often instrumental to feeling a sense of belonging. From the source, the message that is being conveyed from Charles

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