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GBHS-chapter 20-trade connections

What is chapter 20 about? Trade Connections
What are linkages? They occur whenever places are connected by the movement of people, goods, or information.
What is Global Economy? It is the links between Canada and the rest of the world.
What is imported fuel? It is fuel that has come from another country.
What is exported fuel? It is fuel from Canada sent to another country.
Goods from another country are called what? imports.
Goods we send to another country are called? exports.
What is protectionism? Imposing tariffs and quotas.
What three countries cannot survive on their own? Mineraland, Factoryland, and Foodland.
What does Canada produce that is rated first in the world? Zinc.
Prairie wheat is moved to where along the Pacific coast? Vancouver and Prince Rupert and on most of the Great Lakes at Thunder Bay.
How is Prairie wheat moved? By rail.