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highest tides
Bay of Fundy
heaviest population (2 provinces)
Quebec and Ontario
The greates oil and natural gas production -
Alberta
Surrounded on 3 sides by water and smallest province-
Nova Scotia
the rocky mts running through it
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the largest mall in the world
Edmonton
capital city of Canada
Ottawa
most citizens speak French and English-
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mildest climate-
marine west coast
what connects the great lakes to the Atlantic ocean
St. Lawrence River
Canada is the _____ largest nation in North America
1st
where most of the population exists
Ontario and Quebec
Official languages of canada
French and English
what is -regionalism-
strong connection to the region
name the Maritime provinces/territories
New Brunswick
Nova Scotia
Prince Edward Island
Canada's largest city
Toronto
Called Labrador
Labrador sea?
Name Heartland provinces/Territories
Quebec
and
Ontario
Name the western or Prairie provinces/territories
Alberta
Manitoba and
Sasketchewan
Name the Canadian North Provinces/Territories
Yukon Territories
Northwestern Territories
Nunavut
Who were the 1st european travelers to Canada
Chinese
who were the 1st two European groups of Settlers to successfully settle in Canada
Vikings and Norse
Things Canada grows, produces, or mines
Nickel zinc grain
uranium lead paper pulp
coal gold diamonds
silver copper potash
tourism wheat cattle
fish lumber
what is the leader of the government called
prime minister
north american eskimos
inuit
what made canada a land from "sea to sea"
idk yet
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define permafrost-
permantely frozen soil
____was spilt to make _idk___ for the inuits
Nuvnavut, -