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Canada Bordering Countries:US
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Where is Canada?
Canada Satellite Image
Canada Information:Canada is located on the North American continent. Cananda is bordered by the Arcitic Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean, the Hudson Bay, and the United States to the west and south.
Canada Cities:Alert, Brandon, Calgary, Cambridge Bay, Charlottetown, Churchill, Dartmouth, Dawson, Echo Bay, Edmonton, Flin Flon, Fort Nelson, Fredericton, Gander, Halifax, Hamilton, Happy Valley Goose Bay, Hay River, Inuvik, Iqaluit, Lethbridge, London, Medicine Hat, Montreal, Moose Jaw, Moosonee, Prince Albert, Prince George, Prince Rupert, Quebec, Rankin Inlet, Red Deer, Regina, Resolute, Saint John's, Saskatoon, Schefferville, Sherbrooke, Sydney, Toronto, Vancouver, Victoria, Watson Lake, Whitehorse, Winnipeg and Yellowknive.
Canada Locations:Arctic Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Baffin Bay, Bay of Fundy, Beaufort Sea, Columbia River, Davis Strait, Foxe basin, Georgian Bay, Great Bear Lake, Great Slave Lake, Gulf of St Lawrence, Hudson Bay, Hudson Strait, James Bay, Labrador Sea, Lake Manitoba, Lake Ontario, Lake Superior, Lake Winnipeg, Mackenzie River, Nelson River, Peace River, Saskatchewan River and Ungava Bay.
Canada Natural Resources:Canada has important metal resources which include iron ore, copper, nickel, zinc, silver, gold, lead and molybdenum. Other natural resources include potash, diamonds, fish, timber, wildlife, coal, petroleum, natural gas and hydropower.
Canada Natural Hazards:One of Canada’s natural hazards is the continuous permafrost in the northern portion of the country, which is a serious obstacle to development. East of the Rocky Mountains, the Arctic, Pacific, and North American interior air masses mix together. This mixing of air produces most of the country's rain and snow east of the mountains; sometimes forming cyclonic storms.
Canada Environmental Issues:Canada has environmental issues with air and water pollution. Some reasons for the air pollution are metal smelting, coal-burning utilities, and vehicle emissions, which impact the agricultural and forest productivity. This pollution produces acid rains that severely affect and damage the country’s lakes and forests. The area ocean waters are becoming contaminated due to agricultural, industrial, mining, and forestry activities.
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