Canadas second largest metropolitan area
Canada is a major importer of...
More than three quarters of all foreign investment in Canada comes from...
How many provinces does Canada have?
In Canada, st. Johns is the ___ city in the country
Queen Elizabeth islands
The islands of canadas arctic are known as the...
T or F: Saskatoon is a provincial capital
The city of ottawa lies on what river
The southern portion of the Hudson bay is called the...
Prince Edward island
Canadas most densely populated province is...
T or F: Newfoundland and Labrador may have enormous oil and gas reserves offshore in the hibernia field
The center of canadas steel industry is
T or F: the Quebec lowlands have a harsh winter climate and dairy farming is the predominant form of agriculture there
Until the construction of railroads and canals in the 19th century, what city was the furthest inland ships could travel on the st. Lawrence river?
Which province is most known for it's uranium production?
It is estimated that the tar sands in northern ___ may contain ___ times the energy equivalent of all the oil thought to exist in the middle east
T or F: French Canadian dissatisfaction began developing after the Vietnam war as a result of more attention paid to minority groups worldwide
Prairie, core, pacific, Atlantic
Names the most agricultural provinces to the least agricultural
The Canadian Shield
What separates the Prairie Provinces from the populated parts of Ontario?
Vancouver is located on a natural harbor at the mouth of ___ River.
Vancouver's population is about 20 percent ethnic ___.
Which is Canada's most mountainous province or territory?
What city is known as the most English of Canadian cities?
T or F: Thunder Bay, Ontario, is the largest city of the Near North
What river drains both the Great Bear Lake and the Great Slave Lake?
The Beaufort Sea
What body of water does the Mackenzie River empty into?
What is the capital of Yukon?
Many of Canada's Inuit groups have taken to negotiating royalty arrangements with oil and natural gas companies after the collapse of what industry?
T or F: Greenland has been under Danish control since 1605, and was granted autonomy is 1865.
T or F: The St. Pierre and Miquelon Islands south of Newfoundland are still owned by France.
T or F: Stocks of cod, haddock, flounder, and other fish in the Grand Banks have started to recover after the Canadian government instituted a moratorium on fishing grounds.
T or F: Montreal has recently been surpassed in trade by Vancouver.
T or F: Nunavut was granted provincial status in 1999.
T or F: The United States maintains a giant radar installation in Greenland's capital city