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What is Canada's population? 33 million
What oceans are Canada bordered by? Arctic, Pacific, and Atlantic
Does Canada have 9 major ports? Yes
What percent of land is arable in Canada? 5%
What are two of the products Canada sells to other countries? oil, natural gas, fish, agricultural products, and timber
How is some of Canada's electricity made? Hydro electric plants in rivers in Canada
What happens to Canada's extra electricity It gets sold to America
What opportunities does the oceans give Canada Ability to trade with Europe and Asia
What do the ports do for Canada Allows Canada to ship goods in and out of Canada without having to travel through other countries.
What part of Canada is good for farming? Southern
What is one environmental issue in Canada? Acid Rain
What are 2 effects of acid rain? Kill plants, damage or kills trees, pollutes lakes and rivers enough to kill fish that live in the rivers.
What are some causes of acid rain? Factories, cars, and pollutants
What has been done to stop acid rain? Make cars pollute less and make factories pollute less
In the 1970's what were the Great Lakes getting known for? Water Pollution
What would happen if all the Great Lakes just became polluted? There would be a GREAT reduction in drinking water in Canada because the Great Lakes are mainly relied on for drinking water
What is clear-cutting? Chopping down all the trees in a given area
What covers almost half of the land in Canada? Trees or forests
What are some effects of clear-cutting? Reduced water quality, erosion, and loss of some wildlife habitats
Is Canada's land area the largest in the world? No
Created by: mroberts24



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