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Chapter 5

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QuestionAnswer
goods sold to other countries exports
Canadians who speak French Franchophones
A sense of being to a nation The First Nations
geographic features that prevent or slow down transportation Transportation barriers
Why is the St. Lawrence Seaway a transportation corridor? Allows ocean going ships to travel between the Atlantic Ocean and great lakes
people that are descendants of Canada’s first settlers. Inuits
they have migrated to Canada from Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia. refugees
Name the four types of industry in Canada? Primary, Secondary Tertiary and Quaternary
goods sold to other countries Exports
an area of economic activity industry
________ exists when a country is made up of diverse citizens who work to accept each others differences. multicultrism
want Quebec to become an independent country Separatists
The_________of Canada runs the executive branch within the legislature. Prime Minster
worked hard to protect Canadians’ civil rights. Pierre Trudeau
Canada’s legislature is called_______and is made up of house of state and senate. Parliament
able to speak two languages bilingual
goods brought into a country Imports
What aspects of Canada’s government are different from the U.S. government? We have president they have Prime minster
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