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SS6G6 Geographical Impact on Canada
Transcript of SS6G6 Geographical Impact on Canada
Why do they live where they live?
SS6G6 The student will explain the impact of location, climate, distribution of natural resources, and population distribution on Canada.
a. Describe how Canada’s location, climate, and natural resources have affected where people live.
b. Describe how Canada’s location, climate, and natural resources impact trade.
Enduring Understanding and EQ:
LOCATION: The student will understand that location affects a society’s economy, culture, and development.
How do the factors of location, climate, access to water, and natural resources affect where Canadians choose to live and work?
How do the factors of location, climate, access to water, and natural resources affect trade?
Inuits (Eskimos) are the few inhabitants of the frigid Arctic Islands.
People of the North
Land Use Map
What one thing do all these major cities have in common?
Where are a most of these cities located?
Provinces with the largest population are found where in Canada?
Location and Trade
How does Canada's location make it a leader in world trade?
Rivers and lakes in Canada are an important source of hydroelectric power. Extra energy not used by Canadians os sold to the USA.
St. Lawrence Seaway
The Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Seaway allow goods to be shipped to and from the central part of Canada to the Atlantic Ocean.
Who do you think is Canada's major trading partner?