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Reid US/Canada 1-3

Canada Chapter 2 Sections 1-3

precipitation water that falls to the ground as rain, snow, sleet, or hail
tundra area with limited vegetation, such as moss and shrubs
permafrost permanently frozen soil
mixing zone an area where warm and cool water combine and stir nutrients from the ocean floor; fish feed on these nutrients
Inuit indigenous people in Canada's Far North
igloo Inuit home made from blocks of snow
northwest passage hypothetical North American passage between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans
compromise establishing common ideas that people agree to follow
First Nations native groups who lived south of the Arctic region in Canada
New France French colony in what is now eastern Canada
province territory that is under the control of a larger country
dominion territory that governs itself but is still tied to its colonizing country
cultural mosaic place where people from different areas retain their cultural identity
constitutional monarchy system of government in which the laws in the constitution limit the monarch's or emperor's powers
plural society society in which distinctive cultural, ethnic, and racial groups are encouraged to maintain their own identities and cultures
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