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Canada - Location, Climate & Natural Resources
|What 3 oceans surround Canada?
|Atlantic, Arctic, & Pacific
|What country is Canada's southern border?
|What forms part of Canada's western border?
|What percentage of the population lives within 100 miles of the US-Canadian border?
|What helps Canada be a leader in world trade?
|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?
|What percentage of Canada’s exports come to the US?
|Which part of Canada has a MUCH warmer climate than the rest of the country?
|Which part of Canada has a temperate climate?
|Which part of Canada is COLD?
|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?
|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?
|What is Canada's population?
|How long is Canada's border with the US?