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FMS 6th Ch 12


St. Lawrence River An important international waterway. Links the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean.
Niagara Falls Shared by the United States and Canada. Located between the province of Ontario and New York State.
Canadian Shield A Canadian region of rocky uplands, lakes, and swamps.
Grand Banks A large fishing ground near Newfoundland and Labrador.
Pulp Soften wood fibers.
Newsprint Cheap paper used mainly for newspaper.
Regionalism Refers to the strong connection that people feel toward the strong connection that people feel toward the region in which they live.
Maritime On or near the sea.
Montreal Second largest city and one of the largest French speaking cities in the world.
Ottawa Canada's national capital. Is known for its grand government buildings, parks, and several universities.
Vancouver It's location on the Pacific coast helps it to trade with countries in Asia.
Provinces Administrative divisions of a country.
Quebec A province in eastern Canada.
British Columbia A province of western Canada bordering on the Pacific Ocean.
Toronto Canada's largest city. One of the most culturally diverse cities in the world.
Created by: Stoll FMS