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Chapter 5 Test

Physical Geography of Canada

The number of provinces in Canada 10
The number of territories in Canada 3
the number of regions in Canada 5
Much of the ______ part of the Quebec and Ontario Province is covered by forests Northern
Most of Canada's population lies in these provinces Quebec and Ontario
Canada and _________ share the longest undefended border in the world United States of America
Canada's population is very _______ compared to its land size small
This region has a marine west coast climate and receives nearly 100 inches of rain per year in some areas British Columbia
What region of the United States would you compare British Columbia to The Northwestern U.S.A. (Seattle, Portland, etc..)
what are the names of the five great lakes Lake Michigan, Lake Erie, Lake Huron, Lake Ontario, & Lake Superior
How many of the Great Lakes do Canada and the U.S.A. share 4
This waterway connects the Gulf of St. Lawrence to the Great Lakes St. Lawrence River
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