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Canada Vocabulary

Provinces are administrative units
Coniferous evergreen trees produce cones that hold seeds, and they have needles instead of leaves
Shield is a large area of relatively flat land comprised of ancient, hard rock
Deciduous trees shed their tree leaves in the autumm
Territories are lands administrated by the national government
Comprise to make up
Archipelago is a group of islands
Tundra is flat, treeless plain with permanently frozen ground
Access a way to reach a distant area
Fishery is an area where fish come to feed in huge numbers
Aboriginal native people who lived in North America before Europeans
Occupied to settle in a place
Eventually at a later time
Migrate to move to an area to settle
Metis children of French and native people
Transcontinental continent crossing railroad
Granary a building used to harvest grain
Via on the way through
Metropolitan Area is a city with surrounding suburbs
Bilingual meaning it has two official languages English and French
Peacekeeping is to send members of milatary to a crisis to order and have peace
Separatists are those who want to break away from control by a dominant group
Autonomy self government
Acid Rain is when chemicals are combined with rain
Created by: 22dgarcia
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