Canadian Brochure

By: Nathan Tong

Environmental Issues in Cananda

There are many environmental issues in Canada such as Acid Rain, Timber Industry, and Mining in the Canadian Shield

Where Do Canadians Live?

Ninety percent of the population in Canada lives within 100 miles from the US-Canadian boarder because of their climate, trade, and natural resources. Canadians live in the Southeastern part of Canada because it has a much warmer climate than the rest of the country. The climate also attracts farmers because this part of the country has a longer growing season and over 100 inches of precipitation per year. Some Canadians come to the South because of the trade. Canada has many opportunities to trade with Europe and Asia because it boarders 3 different oceans. Canada also boarders the Great Lakes and the St Lawrence Seaway allows good to be shipped to and form the Central Canada and the Atlantic Ocean. Some Canadians live in the South because of the natural resources. Canada is rich in natural resources. In mines they have coal, oil, natural gas, iron ore, zinc, copper, lead, gold, molybdenum, potash, silver and diamonds. In the rivers and lakes they have lots of fish, fresh water, and hydroelectric power.

Map of Canada

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