Introduction to Canada
Physical Geography
Human Geography
100

What is a Symbol?

A symbol is something that stands for something else.

100

Whats the difference between climate and weather?

Climate is the average weather over long periods of time, and weather is a specific short term event like rainstorms, or a hot day.

100

Whats the difference between Urban and Rural?

Urban areas have high population, and Rural areas have low population.

200

What are the 3 territories?

Yukon, the Northwest Territories, and Nunavut

200

How do glaciers form?

Glaciers from when lots of snow fall in one location for multiple years.

200

What are 3 examples of ethnic enclaves in Toronto?

Some examples are Chinatown, Corso Italia, Greektown, Koreatown, Little Italy, Little portugal, etc

300

Name 3 symbols that you will find on the flags of the Canadian provinces and territories

What are some symbols? Some symbols you will find on the flags are lions, a boat, the sun, an inukshuk, a crown, etc.

300

How does being near water affect the climate of nearby land?

Water heats and cools more slowly than land. So the coastal regions will be cooler in summer and warmer in winter, creating a more average climate with a closer temperature range.

300

How can a person be both and immigrant and an emigrant?

They will be considered an emigrant in their original country and immigrant in their new country.
400

Name the 6 time zones in Canada

What are the 6 time zones? They are Pacific, Mountain, Central, Eastern and Atlantic

400

Where do hurricanes form?

Hurricanes form over warm ocean water of the tropics.

400

What are 3 different types of immigrants?

Economic immigrant, refugee, family sponsored immigrant, etc

500

Which ones of the Great Lakes are not located in Canada?

Lake Michigan

500

What does LOWERN stand for?

Latitude, Ocean Currents, Wind and Air masses, Elevation, Relief, Near Water

500

What is an ethnic enclave?

A high number of people from the same ethnic group in an area, different from the people in the areas around them.

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