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D - SS - Units 7 & 8

Canada - Location, Climate & Natural Resources

What 3 oceans surround Canada? Atlantic, Arctic, & Pacific
What country is Canada's southern border? US
What forms part of Canada's western border? Alaska
What percentage of the population lives within 100 miles of the US-Canadian border? 90%
What helps Canada be a leader in world trade? location
What 2 land features allow goods to be shipped to and from central Canada and the Atlantic Ocean? Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence Seaway
What country is Canada's #1 trading partner? US
What percentage of Canada’s exports come to the US? 80%
Which part of Canada has a MUCH warmer climate than the rest of the country? Southeastern
Which part of Canada has a temperate climate? Pacific coast
Which part of Canada is COLD? Northern
How does the climate help Canada? it allows them to trade with other countries
How does the climate in the Southern part of Canada make it good for farming? there are long growing seasons and ample rainfall
What does Canada produce in large quantities? canola, wheat, and other grains
What has Canada built and adapted for the colder climate? their system of highways, railroads, and air transportation
What are Canada's natural resources? coal, oil, natural gas, iron ore, nickel, zinc, copper, gold, lead, molybdenum, potash, diamonds, & silver
What do Canada's rivers and lakes have an abundance of? fish, fresh water, & hydroelectric power
What is a major natural resource for Canada? timber
What does Canada sell to other countries? oil and natural gas, fish, agricultural products, & timber
How much of of the land in Canada is arable? 5%
What is Canada's population? 33 million
How long is Canada's border with the US? 3,000 miles
Created by: lprinke
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