Original Canada Label
It is known that the origin of the word Canada is Kanta, meaning the settlement or the village, and the name refers to the language of the Ariukas in 1535.
The name of Canada was used as a guide for the French explorer Jarek Karteba, and to help him reach the inhabited village of Stadakuna, where the name was given to the entire area in 1545.
European settlement dominated northern Canada in 1497, and indigenous people adapted to new settlers from other countries.
Portuguese settlers established a war port in Canada to promote their businesses.
Archeological and genetic studies of the human presence in Canada showed about 9500 years ago, where the characteristics of the original community were built for the permanent settlements, and the work in agriculture, trade and fishing, to manage their living.