The three sylabals in the name Canada are the sounds of the first three letters in the Korean alphabet. . . Sure, as a linguist I can confirm that many of the sounds inheirent in North American Native Indian dialects come directly off the Korean Penninsula. The reason for the obvious even distribution of North American Indian populations throughout Canada and the United States is because in the past, when the North American and Asian continents were within pretty much seeing distance of eachother, many people from the Asian continent crossed to the present day North American continent, at all latitudes. Asiatic peoples did not just make the crossing up in Alaska, but at points all down the North American coast originally .