Canadian 13 year old boy

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Canadian 13 year old boy
1 Life Expectancy (15 years old, closest to 13.)
1.1 80.1 years old
2 Government
2.1 Democracy
2.2 Everyone has freedom of speech
2.3 free health care “medicare” provides access to universal, comprehensive coverage for medical services
3 Technology
3.1 Very advanced in technology
3.1.1
3.2 Technology generally available to most of population
3.2.1 31,661,870 Internet users as of Dec 31, 2013, which is 90.9% of Canada's population
4 Water availability (2000-2012)
4.1 100% of population has clean drinking water that is available
5 Human rights
5.1 Canadian human rights act is against any form of discrimination (prohibited grounds of discrimination)
6 Education
6.1 More than a third of Canada's research is done and conducted in canadian universities
6.1.1 One of the highest rates in OECD and the G8 countries
6.2 Canadian studens are top performers fro reading, literacy, maths, sciences
6.3 Canadian students are number 1 among English speaking countries -according to OECD and PISA
7 Natural Disasters
7.1 Past Natural disasters in Canada from 1900-2014
7.1.1 15 epidemics (1900-2014)
7.1.2 2 infestations (1900-2014)
7.1.3 14 avalanches (1900-2014)
7.1.4 9 cold events (1900-2014)
7.1.5 46 droughts (1900-2014)
7.1.6 288 floods (1900-2014)
7.1.7 1 geomagnetic storm (1900-2014)
7.1.8 6 heat events (1900-2014)
7.1.9 15 storms, unspecified, other (1900-2014)
7.1.10 34 tropical storms (1900-2014)
7.1.11 9 storm surge (1900-2014)
7.1.12 112 storms and severe thunderstorms (1900-2014)
7.1.13 41 tornadoes (1900-2014)
7.1.14 83 wildfires (1900-2014)
7.1.15 64 winter storms(1900-2014)
7.1.16 7 earthquakes(1900-2014)
7.1.17 39 landslides(1900-2014)
7.1.18 4 tsunamis (1900-2014)
7.2 21 active/potentially active volcanoes
7.2.1 Fort Selkirk (volcanic field)
7.2.2 Alligator Lake (volcanic field)
7.2.3 Atlin (cinder cones)
7.2.4 Tuya (volcanic field)
7.2.5 Heart Peaks (shield volcano)
7.2.6 Edziza (stratovolcano)
7.2.7 Spectrum range (stratovolcano)
7.2.8 Hoodoo Mountain (subglacial volcano)
7.2.9 Iskut-Unuk river cones (cinder cones)
7.2.10 Tseax Cone (cinder cone)
7.2.11 Level Mountain (shield volcano)
7.2.12 Crow Lagoon (cinder cone)
7.2.13 Garibaldi Lake (volcanic field)
7.2.14 Nazko (cinder cones)
7.2.15 Millbanke Sound (cinder cones)
7.2.16 Satah (volcanic field)
7.2.17 Wells Gray-Clearwater (cinder cones)
7.2.18 Silverthrone (caldera)
7.2.19 Bridge River Cones (volcanic field)
7.2.20 Meager (complex volcano)
7.2.21 Garibaldi (stratovolcano)
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