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A person living in Quebec who wants the province to breakaway from Canada
What is a separatist?
The result of the 1995 referendum held in Quebec, its people voted
What is remain in Canada ?
True/False A Francophone is a French telephone
What is false? A person who speaks French as a first language is a Francophone.
An expression meaning a peaceful change in the government of Quebec
What is a Quiet Revolution ?
True/False The Canadian Shield is the official symbol of the Canadian government?
What is false? The Canadian Shield is a rugged land mass in northern Canada
Natural resistance to a disease
What is immunity?
True/False One way that European settlement changed the lives of native peoples in the Plains region was by building schools for their children?
What is false? European settlements exposed native people to diseases
Canada advertised free land, to Europeans. This resulted in ______?
What is increased immigration?
Another word for a person’s ancestry
What is descent ?
The cause for the way of life of many indigenous people the Plains region came to an end in 1870
What is European descendants began killing off the buffalo herds?
True-False Early Spanish, British and Russian explorers came to this region was to mine for gold
What is false? The purpose was for trade.
One effect of the 1858 gold rush on Vancouver Island
What is an increased population?
The geography of British Columbia and trade partners create a strong link with….
What is the Pacific Rim?
A settlement that would spring up quickly to serve the needs of miners
What is a boomtown?
In 1858, this event significantly change life on Vancouver Island
What was the gold rush?
This word means “related to navigation or commerce on the sea.”
What is maritime?
The reason life in Acadia changed between 1755 - 1763
What was exiling the people of French descent?
This is how residents of Canada’s eastern coast have dealt with changes in the fishing industry.
What is concentrating on other economic activities?
To force one to leave his/her native land is known as
What is exile?
True/False Gold and silver are important to the Atlantic Provinces’ economy
What is false? Water and wood are important to its economy.
A large part of Nunavut’s population
Who are the Inuit?
A spectacular natural light show that can be seen in the Northern Hemipsphere
What are the aurora borealis?
The government of Canada can best be described as
What is having complete control over its own government?
The result of geography and climate in the Northern Territories
What is very little of Canada’s population live there?
True/False Canada’s territories are governed differently than its provinces
What is true? Canada’s provinces are governed differently than its territories.
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Oh, Canada Ch History of Canada Early on, Canada was was colonized by Vikings. The Vikings abandoned the region and 500 years passed before.
Geography. Canada has 10 provinces and 3 territories Province = political division We will divide Canada into 5 regions These regions are more distinct.
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Early People First migrations were ancestors of Inuit North American Indians lived in present-day British Columbia (West) 16 th and 17 th centuries,
Quebec A Quiet Revolution. The French Influence in Quebec In the 1530s Jacques Cartier a French explorer, sailed up the St. Lawrence River near today’s.
Our Country’s Neighbor. Continent stretches from Canada to Panama 3 rd largest continent in area 4 th largest continent in population.
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