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Let’s Play Jeopardy!!!!!
Vocab Geography History PlacesGov’t 10 20 30 40 50
Title of the chief executive of Canada:
What is the PRIME MINISTER
People who remained LOYAL to Britain during the American Revolution were called:
What are LOYALISTS
These are large divisions (in Canada) that don’t have the same self- governing rights as provinces
What are TERRITORIES
This act allowed the French living in Quebec to be able to keep their own language, religion, and laws from France.
What is the QUEBEC ACT
This sets up Canada’s government’s organization and rules Hint: The United States has one too, except ours is fully written
What is a CONSTITUTION
This is what much of Canada’s wealth comes from
What are NATURAL RESOURCES
This connects the Great Lakes and the Atlantic Ocean Hint: It’s a waterway
What is the St. Lawrence River or Seaway
This has been the central economic activity of the Atlantic Provinces since the beginnings of European settlement
What is FISHING
Not many people live in the Canadian Shield region for these reasons…
It is cold, rocky, and has little soil for farming
This area in Canada has more people and industries than any other region
What is the ST. LAWRENCE LOWLANDS
The REASON the Canadian government followed a trade policy of protectionism Hint: It wanted to protect whom? Daily Double!!!
What is PROTECT CANADIAN BUSINESSES
10 of these in Canada (which are different than Canada’s 3 territories) are governed much like the states in the United States
What are PROVINCES
The government of Canada is unlike that of the United States in several ways…. Name 2 differences
The prime minister is not elected by the citizens The Queen of England is the official head of government The prime minister heads 2 branches, the executive and legislative
Unlike the United States, (where the people vote directly for this person) Canada’s Parliament chooses this leader
What is the government’s CHIEF EXECUTIVE (or Prime Minister)
Unlike the United States, (whose two branches have separate leadership) the Prime Minister leads these two branches of gov’t
What is the LEGISLATIVE & EXECUTIVE BRANCHES
This was the cause of the British gaining control of New France (hint: it was a war)
What is the FRENCH & INDIAN WAR
This is the reason people in Quebec chose not to revolt against British rule in 1776 (they didn’t help America in their efforts to become independent from Britain – because they thought Great Britain would do what?)
What is: the people felt that Britain would govern them fairly
Great Britain’s government ruled over Canada’s foreign matters when it was known as this –> a self-governing nation
What is a DOMINION
Refer to the flow chart below Go to the Barbershop Get your hair cut Pay the hairdresser This is what happens after you get your hair cut
What is PAY THE HAIRDRESSER
Native Canadians & the Inuit were the earliest people to migrate from Asia to Canada. Where did the Vikings and the second group of people migrate from?
What is Europe
The St. Lawrence River, Canada’s most important river which connects much of Quebec and Ontario to the Atlantic Ocean, has helped make Montreal grow into one of the largest cities in Canada. WHY??
The connection has made cities on the river important centers of manufacturing, trade, and business
Because Ontario and Quebec are located long the St. Lawrence Seaway, they are known as the “____________________” of Canada.
Heartland of Canada
Unlike the United States where citizens vote directly for their chief executive (President), this group CHOOSES Canada’s chief executive (Prime Minister)
What is the elected Members of Parliament/ Legislature or ruling party
Few people live here (Canada’s three ____), which are in the north of Canada, where there is harsh weather, poor soil, but some mining.
What is Canada’s TERRITORIES
What is Canada’s government called – the type where the legislative branch (elected Members of Parliament) elects the chief executive