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Canada Video

QuestionAnswer
geography The study of the relationship between people and places
population The number of people living in an area.
regions Area that share something in common, like landforms or natural resources.
territories Three areas in Canada with less governmental power that provinces, but still having their own capitals and government.
provinces Ten areas in Canada, similar to state in the United States, that have their own capitals and governments.
bilinqual Speaking two languages; Canada is bilingual because both French and English are official languages.
Canada Shield The largest landform in Canada's government.
Prime Minister The political leader of Canada's government.
Great Lakes Five large lakes, four of which are the border between Canada and the United States.
Great Lakes Names Huron, Superior, Lake Michigan, Erie, and Ontario
desert A very dry area that receives little rain.
grasslands Mostly flat land covered with grasses.
tundra An area where the ground is permanently frozen and the land is level and treeless.
permafrost Permanently frozen ground under a thin layer of topsoil.
Inuit Native people who live primarily in northern Canada.
Created by: Stoll FMS