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Canada is am important location between which two countries?
a) United States and Russia
b) United States and Alaska
c) United States and Mexico
d) United States and Great Britian

Which Canadian mountain range stretches over 3,000 miles from British Colombia to New Mexico?
a) Appalachian Mountains
b) Sierra Madre Mountains
c) Rocky Mountains
d) Andes Mountains

Canada shares its entire southern border with country?
a) United States
b) Russia
c) Alaska
d) Great Britian

What river allowed explorers to travel deep into North America and continues to be used as a trade route today
a) The Savannah River
b) The Saint Lawrence River
c) The James River
d) The Ohio River

What Canadian physical feature is known for its thin, rocky soil and rough, rolling landscape and is rich in minerals
a) Great Lakes
b) Rocky Mountains
c) Canadian Shield
d) Hudson Bay

What part of Canada has subarctic and Artic climates?
a) South
b) Northeast
c) North
d) Southeast

What are the names of the five Great Lakes?
a) Erie, Ontario, Superior, Michigan, and Yazoo
b) Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie and Ontario
c) Michigan, Huron, Erie, Hudson, and St. Lawrence
d) Huron, Michigan, Superior, Rocky, and Hudson

How does Canada rank n comparison to the United States and the World?
a) Canada is the second largest country in the world
b) Canada is the third largest country in the world
c) Canada is the largest country in the world
d) Canada is the fourth largest country in the world

Which statement is true about where people in Canada live?
a) They live mostly in rural areas
b) most people live in the Toronto area
c) they live north of Ontario and Quebec
d) Most Canadians live within 100 miles of the U.S. border

What is the name of the second largest bay in the world that provides access to the Great Lakes and the Arctic Ocean?
a) Canadian Bay
b) Ellis Island
c) San Francisco Bay
d) Hudson Bay

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