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Canada's geography

How many Canadian provinces do not have marine coastlines? they have 2 Canadian provinces
Canada contains ___________provinces and ___________ territories. 10 provinces and 3 territories
Canada is the __ largest country in the world the second largest country
This area of Canada enjoys a mild climate and plenty of rainfall. The Pacific Coast
______has the more lakes than any other country in the world. Canada
Canada is made up of three territories and _______ ten provinces.
Massive physical region of central and eastern Canada, including almost half of Canada's land. Though its rocky soil is not good for farming, it is rich in mineral resources, and water. Canadian Shield
A mountain chain in western Canada and the U.S. Many glaciers and minerals lay within the Canadian Rockies. Rocky mountains
The deepest and biggest of the world's oceans; it borders Canada's west coast. pacific ocean
French and English are the official languages of business and government in Canada? True
Created by: jkirby797