Trace the map found on the back page of this worksheet.
Draw the boundaries and label the 10 Provinces (don’t forget Prince Edward Island)
Label the 3 territories
Label the Provincial Capitals and the Canadian Capital.
Label Hudson Bay
Below the map or on another sheet of paper, answer these questions.
Which is the smallest province?
Which is the largest territory?
What is the strangest city name you can find on the map?
What is the northernmost island in Canada?
What is the tallest mountain in Canada?
What is the largest lake?
Which is the largest city?
What is the country’s capital?
Which is the northernmost Great Lake?
What is the capital of the Northwest Territories?
What is the southernmost city in Canada?
What US city is this city right across the border from? (Use the US map in this book)
What mountain chain runs along the border of British Columbia and Alberta?
What mountain chain is an extension of the Cascade Range in the US? (use the US physical map
in this book)?
What lake is at approximately 62 degrees north, 115 degrees west?
What special line of Latitude runs through the North of Canada?
Where are most of Canada’s islands located?
What 3 oceans border Canada?
What is the westernmost province?
What is the easternmost province?
Which river flows out of Lake Winnipeg and into Hudson Bay?
Which direction does Anderson River in the Northwest Territories flow?
Is the Northern Magnetic pole different than True North?
What River flows out of Canada, through the US, and into the Pacific Ocean?
How tall is Mt. Logan?
How much taller is Mt Robson than Mt. Jacques-Cartier?
What Great Lake does the St. Lawrence River flow from?
What countries flag is within Manitoba and Ontario’s flag?
Looking at Nunavut’s flag, what group of people do you think makes up most of the population?
What Bay lies North of Baffin Island?