Presentation on theme: "Holt People, Places, and Changes"— Presentation transcript:
1Holt People, Places, and Changes 4/14/2017CHAPTER 7CanadaSection 1: Physical GeographySection 2: History and CultureSection 3: Canada TodayCHAPTER 7
2Objectives: Section 1 Physical Geography What are Canada’s major landforms, rivers, and lakes?What are the major climate types and natural resources of Canada?
3Canada’s major landforms, rivers, and lakes: Section 1 Physical GeographyCanada’s major landforms, rivers, and lakes:Landforms—Coast Mountains, Rocky Mountains, Appalachian Mountains, Canadian Shield, St. Lawrence River ValleyRivers—St. LawrenceLakes—Great Bear, Great Slave, Great Lakes
4Canada’s Major Climate Types and Natural Resources: Section 1 Physical GeographyCanada’s Major Climate Types and Natural Resources:Climate Types—humid continental, marine west coast, subarctic, tundra, ice capResources—Atlantic and Pacific coastal waters, lakes, rivers, fertile soil, minerals, lumber, and pulp
5Objectives: Section 2 History and Culture How did France and Britain affect Canada’s history?How have immigrants influenced Canadian culture?
6France and Britain in Canada Section 2 History and CultureFrance and Britain in CanadaFrance settles New France; founds Quebec City in 1608.New France thrives for a century and a half, spreading culture and building trade.Britain takes control of New France after French and Indian War but French culture remains entrenched.
7France and Britain in Canada (continued) Section 2 History and CultureFrance and Britain in Canada (continued)Upper Canada (Ontario) and Lower Canada (Quebec) are established.British Parliament creates the Dominion of Canada in 1867.
8Immigrants and Canadian Culture Section 2 History and CultureImmigrants and Canadian CultureEuropean and Asian immigrants contribute to Canada’s economic boom in the early 1900sAfter World War II, another wave of immigrants arrives and settles mostly in cities.Toronto remains one of the most culturally diverse cities in the world.
9Objectives: Section 3 Canada Today How has regionalism affected Canada?Into what major areas and provinces is Canada divided?
10Regionalism and Canada Section 3 Canada TodayRegionalism and CanadaEnglish and French Canadian regionalism creates conflict.Many Quebecois believe Quebec deserves special status; many English Canadians disagree.Regionalism threatens many Canadians’ connection to their country as a whole.
11Major areas and provinces of Canada Section 3 Canada TodayMajor areas and provinces of CanadaEastern Provinces—Maritime provinces, Newfoundland, and LabradorHeartland—Quebec and OntarioWestern Provinces—the Prairie Provinces: Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta; British ColumbiaCanadian North—Yukon Territory, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut