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Most of the people who live in the Core Provinces live…
a) equally spread throughout Quebec and Ontario b) in the northern areas of Ontario c) in the northern areas of Quebec d) in a very small area of fertile land along the Great lakes and the St. Lawrence River.
Which of these is a large inland sea in the north?
a) Great Lakes b) Hudson Bay c) St. Lawrence Seaway d) Canadian Shield
Quebec and Ontario are known as the…
a) Atlantic Provinces b) Prairie Provinces c) Core Provinces d) British Columbia and Territories
Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island are known as the…
a) Atlantic Provinces b) Prairie Provinces c) Core Provinces d) British Columbia and Territories
Canada has how many provinces and territories?
a) 10 b) 13 c) 15 d) 17
Niagara Falls forms a natural border between Canada and what other country?
a) Mexico b) Russia c) United States d) Asia
Canada is the ______ largest country in the world.
a) Second b) third c) fourth d) fifth
Canada is broken up into what political boundaries?
a) provinces areas b) states territories c) areas planes d) provinces territories
The US has many geographic features. Canada has ______ geographic features as the US.
a) many of the same b) a few of the same c) many different d) none of these
Hydroelectric plants do what?
a) Create currents in the ocean. b) Create fresh water from ocean water. c) create electricity from water-powered engines. d) none of these
Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta are known as the…
a) Atlantic Provinces b) Prairie Provinces c) Core Provinces d) British Columbia and Territories
The Prairie Provinces are mostly…
a) wetlands b) frozen c) nothing special d) flat grasslands
Canada’s three territories are all of the below except for which one?
a) Yukon b) Northwest Territories c) British Columbia d) Nunavut
What territory can you find both the Great Bear and Great Slave Lakes?
a) Yukon b) Northwest Territories c) British Columbia d) Nunavut
Canada’s northernmost lands are…
a) thinly populated b) Heavily populated c) evenly populated d) None of these
Canada’s climate is very…
a) Hot b) Temperate c) Cold d) Warm
Much of the ground in the Tundra remains…
a) Semi-frozen all year b) Soggy all year c) Dry all year d) Frozen all year
90% of Canadians live within _______ miles of the U.S. border.
a) 100 b) 150 c) 200 d) 250
True or False? Bodies of water can effect Canada’s climate.
a) True b) False c) d)
True or False? Weather in the central areas of Canada like the Prairie Provinces are cooler than areas near the ocean and Great Lakes.
a) True b) False c) d)
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