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Le Canada Stack

Test your Canada knowledge with this new Study Stack from me, JD the Ninj!

What small predators live in Canada? The Canada Lynx and the Wolverine
What is the biggest environmental issue in Canada? Acid rain
What natural physical features are plentiful in Canada? Rivers
Recently, which territory of Canada attempted succession? Quebec
Which hemisphere is Canada the largest country in? Northwest hemisphere
What place does Canada hold on the ‘largest countries’ list? 2nd place
What is the difference between the US’s population and Canada's? 66 million people
How many people live in Canada? 33 million people
What is the weather like near the US border in Canada? Humid, unlike the rest of Canada, which is cold
Aside from America, which country is closest to Canada? Greenland
How does Canada ship goods to the US? Railroads, highways, and planes
What percent of Canadians DO NOT live within 100 miles of the US border? 10%
Canada has a lot of natural resources. What are two of these? Gold and diamonds
What 3 continents can Canada easily trade with? North America, Europe, and Asia
What 3 oceans border Canada? Antarctic, Atlantic, and Pacific
How many major ports are there in Canada? 9 major ports, but many smaller ones
What percent of Canada's land is arable? 5%, but it's a lot of land because Canada is huge
Which Great Lake is entirely in the USA? Lake Michigan
What is the biggest of the Great Lakes? Lake Superior, and you can remember because its size is 'superior to the others
Created by: JD_da_Noice_Ninj