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Chapter 2

United States and Canada

Canada's Government Democratic
Canada's official language French and English
Canada's size second largest in world
Canada's landforms the Rocky Mountains stretch from Canada to the United States
Canada's Northern climate always cold
Canada's Southern climate warm summers and very cold winters
United States government Democratic
United States official language none
United States' Size the United States are the 4th largest country in the world
United States Landforms largest mountain in North America is Mount McKinley in Alaska
Northern United States Climate long, cold winters and hot summers
Hawaii and some western and southern states of the United States Climate warm weather through out the year
Alaska's climate Artic region with very cold winters
Urban Areas Cities
Suburbs Areas close to cities
Coastal Plains flat land near the ocean
Unguarded Border border between the United States and Canada is unguarded
Immigrants People who move from one country to live in a different one
Industrial Nations have many factories that can make cars or parts for electronics
Developed Nation industrial nations with a high standard of living
Created by: MissC