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  • Canada Our neighbors to the North By: Donald Johnson
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  • The Royal Canadian Mounted Police
  • Vancouver, British Colombia
  • STS028-71-16 Vancouver, BC 1989 N
  • Alberta is named after Princess Louise Caroline Alberta the fourth daughter of Queen Victoria and her husband, Prince Albert.
  • Edmonton Capital of Alberta
  • Canadian Rockies
  • Saskatchewan – Prairie Province
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  • Winnipeg, Manitoba
  • Manitoba tundra
  • Canadian Parliament – Ottawa, Ontario
  • Chateau Laurier Ottawa, Ontario
  • Toronto, Ontario
  • Quebec
  • Chateau Quebec
  • Montreal, Canada 1994 N Originally called Ville-Marie the city takes its present name from Mont-Royal , the triple-peaked hill located in the heart of the city.
  • A view of downtown Montreal.
  • The city proper covers most of the Island of Montreal at the confluence of the Saint Lawrence and Ottawa Rivers.
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  • MacKenzie River Delta, Northwest Territories
  • Yellowknife, Northwest Territories
  • Nunavut Nunavut was created in 1993 out of the eastern part of Canada’s Northwest Territories to give the native Inuit tribe a cultural and political voice.
  • Iqaluit, Nunavut
  • Nunavut
  • Nova Scotia
  • The unsinkable ship and Halifax
  • Prince Edward Island
  • Prince Edward Island
  • Prince Edward Island
  • Education Looking to the future, Canada's skills challenge will be heightened by relentless, fast-paced economic, scientific and technological change. Under these pressures, the skill sets required in the workplace will continue to change and expand
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  • Links
    • http://www.polarnet.ca/polarnet/nunavut.htm
    • http://www.gov.ns.ca/images/globemap.jpg
    • http://www.dw-fw-beginners.com/funfrwrks/wk082503/Nunavut.png
    • http://home.cc.umanitoba.ca/~burchil/manitoba/man_names.jpeg
    • http://www.sinocanada.com.cn/ditu/images/Prince%20Edward%20Island.gif