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Canada Study Stack

Canada test

What is the largest country in the Western Hemisphere? Canada
What number in the largest countries does Canada stand at in the world? Second
Where does it’s border stretch across? Northern United States
What oceans bound it? Atlantic, East Arctic and the Pacific.
What is Canada’s population? 33 Million
Where does most of Canadians live? 100 Miles near the US border
What is Canada’s capital? Ottawa
What’s Canada’s climates? Humid, hot summers, cold winters
List two issues Canada faces. Not equal Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources, and pollution
What’s one thing Canada uses it’s Great Lakes for? Trading
What is Canada Day? Canada Day is when Canada was formed
Why is Canada Day important? It’s so important because the three colonies united and formed Canada
Instead of States what does Canada have? Provinces and Territories
Why does the Canadian flag have a maple leaf on it? The Canadian Flag has a maple leaf because that’s what they our known for globally
What is Canada’s national animal? Beaver
How many provinces does Canada have? 10
How many territories Canada? 3
About 90% of Canadians live how close to the US border? 100 miles
What is Canada’s Prime Minister? Justin Trudeau
How long can a Prime Minister serve? 5 years