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Table of contents

  • Introduction
  • Geographical position
  • Mountains , lowlands
  • Rivers , lakes
  • The territories and provinces
  • Towns, economy , agriculture
  • Climate
  • Animals , plantlife
  • Population
  • Sports
  • Culture
  • History
  • Political system, symbols
  • Conclusion
  • Materials

    1. Introduction
    If you had to use two words to describe Canada , they might be large and diverse . Canada is the second largest country in the world, bordered by three oceans, and across the country, Canadians experience many different landscapes from rolling plains and mountains to the cold tundra of the north . Despite Canada's great size , it is one of the world's most sparsely populated countries. This fact , coupled with the grandeur of the landscape , has been central to the sense of Canadian national identity .
    2. Geographical position
    Canada is the second largest country in the world after Russia . In the Arctic , Canada reaches almost as far north as Greenland . To the south it extends to the same latitude as southern France. The distance from Canada’s west coast, the Pacific Ocean , to its east coast, the Atlantic Ocean, is farther than from North America to Europe. Canada's total land area includes thousands of adjacent islands, notably Newfoundland in the east and those of the Arctic Archipelago in the north. In longitude Canada extends from approximately 52° to 141° W, a distance that spans six time zones. In latitude it extends from approximately 42° to 83° N. With its vast Arctic and subarctic territories, Canada is often considered a country only of the far north; however, the peninsula of southern Ontario juts deeply south into the heartland of the United States, and its southernmost point, Middle Island in Lake Erie, is at the same latitude as northern California . The country also includes several major islands, including Baffin , Ellesmere, Victoria, Newfoundland, and Melville , and many small ones . Its border with the U.S., the longest border in the world not patrolled by military forces, extends 8,890 km.
    3. Mountains, lowlands
    Canada's vast area means it has many varying types of terrain, much of which is mountainous. The Cordillera in the west, the Appalachians in the southeast, the mountains of northern Labrador and of Baffin Island in the northeast, and the Innuitian Mountains in the north form its high edge. A large interior basin centred on Hudson Bay and covering nearly four -fifths of the country is composed of the Canadian Shield, the interior plains, and the Great Lakes – St. Lawrence lowlands. Canada's highest peak is Mount Logan (5,959 m) in Yukon Territory.
    4. Rivers, lakes
    With less than 1 percent of the world's population, Canada has some one-seventh of the world's supply of accessible fresh water. Much of this water is stored in lakes and wetlands that cover about one-fifth of Canada's total area. The Great Lakes—the world's largest surface of fresh water—are shared with the United States and form part of the international border. Other large lakes include Great Bear and Great Slave lakes in the Northwest Territories and Lakes Manitoba and Winnipeg in Manitoba. Mackenzie River is Canada's longest river, which flows 4,241 km from its source to its mouth. With its many tributaries, it drains 1,800,000 square km. The St. Lawrence is the largest river flowing into the Atlantic Ocean. Its drainage basin includes the Great Lakes, forming an inland navigable waterway extending some 3,765 km into the heart of the continent . The longest Pacific-draining river that is wholly within Canada is the Fraser. The Yukon and Columbia rivers, which both rise
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    Kommentaarid (12)

    -KKrissu profiilipilt
    -KKrissu: väga hea materjal , pikalt seletatud kõikidest asjadest (Y) . Soovitan , mulle oli kasuks inglis keele lausetele :) .
    12:09 24-01-2010
    Sannuts121 profiilipilt
    Sannuts121: muidu väga hea , aga ma ei saa nagu seda arvutisse tõmmates lugeda , ei saa aru .:S
    00:45 18-01-2009
    skati profiilipilt
    skati: kas siin on canada esimeste elanike kohta ka midagi?(first nations in canada)?
    15:35 31-03-2009

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