I can get some of these (and I swear, this is from just me, no helpful google)-
Geographical: ummm...can't think of much. Canada is a huge country, with the United States to the south, the Pacific to the west, the Alantic to the east...yada yada.
Political: Canada'* government consists of a Prime Minister and a Parliment...therefore I'm guessing it'* a parlimentarly government (some how that seems obvious
Historical: Here goes some pre-1865 stuff...Canada was first discovered (granted there were people already there) by the Vikings who created a settlement which a was abandoned. Later it was settled as the French traveled down the St. Lawerance River, first Quebec then Montreal. The French settlers, all who were French Catholic, inhabated the land which was known as New France. The English later laid claim to Canada via the Hudson Bay Company and they offically had rights to it by way of the Treaty of Paris (the first one, I think). The French did keep control of fishing lands of Nova Scotia. During the years before the American Revolution, the English mantained control of Canada but allowed it to be ruled by the remaining French Catholic population.
Economic: umm..no clue.
Etc: Canadians like to add strange u'* to words, such as colour. And spell theater as theatre...strange
So there Jim (you asked for it