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Regions Of Canada

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photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli
Regions Of Canada
Prairies
Arctic
Regions Of Canada
Western Mountains
Southern Ontario and Quebec
Northern Forest
People and Populations
Climate
Atlantic
Climate
People and Populations
Rivers and Lakes
Natural Resources
Landforms
Provinces and Territories
Ontario
Natural resources
White pine trees
Landforms
Natural Resouces
Natural Resources
Province and Territories
River and lakes
People and Populations
Landforms
Climate
Winter is long and cold
South Eastern receives most snow
By Steven Ao
Div.1
Summer is short with warm days and cool nights
Few frost-free days
Toronto
Newfoundland and Labrador
St.John's
Whitehorse
Yukon
Quebec
Quebec City
Rivers and Lakes
Flat and rocky
Swampy
People and Population
zinc
copper
nickel
uranium
gold
iron
silver
spruce wood
Mackenzie
Clyde
little soils in Winter
mountains
forest
Hudson Bay
the population is about 32 270 500
River and Lakes
Provinces and Territories
Natural Resources
Climate
People and Populations
Landforms
River and Lakes
Povinces and Territories
Climate
Natural Resources
Inuits
Population is 16 000 peoples
Northwest Territories
Nunavut
Iqaluit
Yellowknife
Flat and rocky
Glaciers
Arctic Ocean
Hudson Bay
Yukon
Lake Hazen
Tahiryuak Lake
Bluenose Lake
Whitehorse
Climate
Summer is warm and short
Winter is long and very cold
Average Summer is 10 °C
Average in Winter is −20 °C
oil
natural gas
white fox pelts
soap-stone carvings
Summer is 26 C
Winter is 3 C
Landforms
People and Populations
Landforms
Provinces and Territories
Rivers and Lakes
Provinces and Territories
New Brunswick
Newfoundland Labrador
Nova Scotia
Fredericton
Halifax
St. Johns
Prince Edward Island
Charlottetown
The population is 2,346,286 peoples
fishing : cod-fish, lobster, scallops
iron ore
flat
sandy
low rolling hills and uplands
Saint John River
Atlantic Ocean
Gulf of St. Lawrence
Winters are snowy and often stormy
Summers is mild and wet with foggy days
Winter is -0 C
Summer is 23 C
Aboriginals
First Nations
Avon River
St. Mary's River
famous for potatoes
they have many tourist come by
good farmerlands
coal mining
paper and pulp
long mountain ranges
Saskatchewan
Regina
Alberta
Edmonton
Manitoba
Winnipeg
British Columbia
Yukon
Victoria
Alberta
Edmonton
Whitehorse
Ontario
Quebec
Toronto
Quebec City
Catholic
Jewish
Christian Orthodox
Sikh
Hindu
the population is about 21 591 000
Saskatchewan River
Bow River
Slave River
Winnipeg River
5 994 215 peoples are in the populations
First Nations
8 301 727 is the population for the Western Mountains
First Nations
Lake Huron, Erie, Ontario
Ottawa River
Missisquoi River
Rainy River
Much of the land is flat lowland with a few hills.
Much of this land have lots of farms.
Summer is long and humid
Winter is cold and damp covered by snow
Winter is long,cold and windy.
Summer is warm and sunny.
16°C is the average in the summer.
-3°C is the average in the winter.
Rocky Mountains
rich clay soils
Most of this land is too dry for the trees to grow.
Prairies is the important wheat poducing and crops in Canada.
crude oil or petrolem
Potash
Natural Gas
Average in th winter is about 25°C.
Average in the summer is about 1°C.

Diary farms, mixed-crops, fruits and vegetables.
Soil isRich
Mountian ranges are the Coast Range, Columbia and Mackezie Mountains.
In the Western, they have mild and wet climate all year.
Winter is wet and usaully above freezing temperatures.
Average in the winter is -18ºC.
Average in the summer is 10ºC.
Forests
Lake Louise
Fraser River
Pacific Ocean
Peace River
Teslin Lake
Atlin Lake
Zinc
Copper
Coal
Lead
forests
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