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NAME PERIOD SCORE 19 Mr. Luke’s 7th Grade Geography Chapter 8 ATLAS ACTIVITY: CANADA Location: Turn to the map on pages 42-43 of the Atlas 1. What is the approximate latitude of Canada’s southernmost point? How can you check your answer? 2. Find 48°N and 53°W. Name the city closest to this location and the province it is in. 3. Find 47°N and 71°W. Name the city closest to this location and the province it is in. Place: Study the maps of population and indigenous people on page 49 of the Atlas. 4. Describe where (use directions) most Canadians live. 5. What indigenous people live in Canada’s most populous region? Regions: Examine the maps on pages 42-43 of the Atlas and read the bottom left paragraph on page 181 of the textbook. 6. Name Canada’s four Atlantic Provinces. Regions: Examine the map on page 46-47 of the Atlas. 7. Which Atlantic province borders the state of Maine? Human-Environment Interaction: Study the physical map on page 182 of the textbook. 8. Name two provinces where you could expect to find good snow skiing conditions. Explain your choices. Movement: Study the map and the diagram of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Waterway on page 183 of the textbook. 9. With the Great Lakes at different levels, what device is used to get ships from Thunder Bay on Lake Superior down in elevation to Montreal on the St. Lawrence River? 10. How do ships get from Lake Erie to the Hudson River in New York? This map shows several geographic features of Canada. Each letter represents a province or territory; each Roman numeral represents a city. On the lines below, write the name of the geographic feature indicated on the map. Choose the name from the list on the right. You will not use all the choices. Provinces or Territories A. Choices B. Yukon C. Montreal British Columbia D. Toronto Ontario E. Vancouver Newfoundland Cities Alberta Calgary I. Manitoba Ottawa II. III. IV.
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