Grade 4 Quiz: Regions of Canada
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How many provinces are there in Canada?29
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How many provinces are there in Canada?
If you travelled from Ontario to BC, you would be going which direction?
Which province has the highest population density?
PEI (Prince Edward Island)30s
Which region covers the maritime provinces of PEI, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Newfoundland?
The Canadian Shield’s biggest industry is…
Logging and Fishing are examples of which sector
What is the difference between the primary and secondary economic sectors?
The primary sector is the service where people provide a service such as being a chef, doctor, plumber or teacher, while the secondary sector involves providing the most up to date information in different fields such as science and technology.
The primary sector involves professionals such as scientists and researchers who provide the most up to date information in their fields while the secondary sector involves the manufacturing of goods.
The primary sector is the making or manufacturing of products from raw materials, and the secondary sector involves the extracting or removing of raw materials from the environment.
The primary sector involves the extracting or removing of raw materials from the environment and the secondary sector is the making or manufacturing of products from these raw materials.30s
What is the difference between a province and a territory?
A province is controlled by the federal government and does not have its own provincial government. A territory has its own government that has power over certain things like education and health-care, which means they have more power over their land.
There is no difference between the two, they are just different names for the same thing.
A province has its own government that has power over certain things like education and health-care. A territory is controlled by the federal government and does not have its own provincial government, which means they have less power over their land.
A province is larger than a territory.30s
The Arctic region receives sunlight all day in the summer.truefalseTrue or False30s
Diamonds can be extracted from the mines in the ArctictruefalseTrue or False30s
Forestry is the number one industry in the Western CordilleratruefalseTrue or False30s
Water is not a valuable resource because water is found easilyfalsetrueTrue or False30s
Human activity is the same throughout the different regions in CanadafalsetrueTrue or False30s
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