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geography of canada

Canada is the _________ largest country in the world second
How many provinces does Canada have? 10 provinces
___________ is the smallest Great Lake Lake Ontario
______________ is Canada's national sport Lacrosse
What is algal bloom? a rapid growth of microscopic algae
What are the official languages of Canada? French and English
What is the capital of Canada? Ottawa
About how many people live in Canada? 36 million
What is the most important river in Canada? St.Lawrence river
The dollar coin in Canada is often referred to as a loonie because of the ____________ on it? bird(Loon)
What is slag? leftover rock from the smelting process
Clear cutting is ______________________________________ gaps in the forest due to cut down trees
What is Canada's number one trade partner? United States
Much of_____________ Canada is covered in ________________ for the majority of the year? north,snow
Nunavut is located in the ___________________ section of Canada? northeastern
Created by: LAK1313