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Thinly populated atlantic
form the hinterland atlantic
poorest region atlantic
low wages, high unemployment atlantic
heartland provinces quebec and ontario
most densely settled and economically developed quebec and ontario
Montreal is an industrial and financial center quebec and ontario
large farms stretch across the region prarie provinces
wheat is a major crop, though most of it is exported prarie
vancouver is a major seaport british columbia
on the pacific coast british columbia
trade with countries around the pacific british columbia
forests, tundra, rocky plains cover this region canadian north
few gravel highways connect this region canadian north
inuit live here canadian north
freshwater canadian north
Name the five provinces of canada atlantic quebec and ontario prarie british columbia canadian north
Created by: brittney143