Chapter 5 Social Studies
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a type of government in which people have loyalty to a king or queen but have their individual rights protected by a constitution
a sense of belonging to a nation rather than just to one's immigrant culture
products brought into a country from overseas
a person who speaks French
the policy of supporting the languages and customs of different immigrant groups
the leader of the Canadian government
structures that make it easy to move from one part of a country to another
French-speaking Canadians who want to form their own independent country
Canada's two branches of government
legislative and judicial
natural resources of Canada
fish, copper, iron ore, gold, silver, wheat, oil, trees, water,
What is the place many Canadians have settled? Why?
The lower part of Canada. There are more cities and the land in the north has a harsh climate and rugged.
Why did the Canadian government want Quebec to remain part of Canada?
Quebec is a major contributor to Canada's economy
How do transportation barriers affect the economy?
They slow down the development of industries.
What are the four types of industry? Give an example of each.
- Primary- prepare and process raw materials such as farms, logging, mining
- Secondary- manufacturing such as bakeries, car manufacturers, furniture makers
- Tertiary- service industries such as education, banking, health care
- Quaternary - pass on information such cable companies, internet providers, research companies
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