The majority of Native American people living in Canada
The very first people to inhabit North America arrived by walking across this landform
The Native People of Canada traditionally have depended upon this for their food, clothing, and housing.
Area of Canada where most of the First Nations people live (e.g. Inuit and/or Eskimos would live in this region)
Hunting and Fishing
The Native Americans living in Canada rely on this for survival (Hint: two ways to survive)
Fish & Furs
European explorers first came to Canada in search of these two resources.
England and France
Which two European countries settled MOST of Canada? Hint: They fought each other during the French and Indian War
Provinces and Territories
In our country we have States while in Canada places are divided into state-like regions. What are these state like regions called?
The major cultural influence of Quebec is ___________.
The territory of ______________ was formed and given to the Inuit people so they would have a region to call their own.
Fit for growing crops
The Arctic region of Canada is known for the brutal cold and harsh wilderness. The central region of Canada is known for its _________ ___________. (two words)
The frozen, barren land in the northern part of Canada is known as the _____________.
the organized action of making goods and services for sale
What is the major industry of the Atlantic Provinces? (Hint: they live near the Atlantic Ocean)
The President is the leader of the United States. What is the leader of Canada called?
The governing body in the United States is called Congress. What is the governing body of Canada called?
French & English
What are the two official languages spoken in Canada?
When there are many people from many parts of the world living in one area/country it is called_____________. Canada is a _____________ society. (Same term is used to fill in each blank)
Canada United States
Most people in Canada live near the border of __________ and the _________ __________.
Major sport played in Canada.
Which province has twice tried to secede (break away) from Canada?
To break away from a country or organization
study of artifacts and relics of early mankind
objects made and used by early humans
Political system that exists in Canada and the United States; based upon freedom and human rights; for the people by the people
a detailed, written plan for government; famous document in the U.S. that sets forth all of the laws and rights of the people
North American Free Trade Agreement; allows reduced taxes on trade between the United States, Canada, and Mexico
Saint Lawrence Seaway
Waterway that connects the Great Lakes making transportation of goods possible. It also holds a wealth of minerals and borders the United States