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What are the 5 types of territory's?
- Regional territory
- Urban territory
- Native territory
- Agricultural territory
- Protected territory
What is a territory?
- A space that is -
- and shared-
- organized -
- made up of multiple landscapes-
What are the territorial issues in an urban territory?
Urban – Finding Housing, Transportation & protecting heritage...
What are the territorial issues in a regional territory?
Regional – environmental protection
What are the territorial issues in a protected territory?
Protected – balancing tourism and conservation
What are the territorial issues in a native territory?
Native – sharing and developing a native territory
What are the territorial issues in a Agricultural territory?
Agricultural – protecting farmland
Latitude and Longitude form network of lines called a _______.
Can you match a situation with corresponding issue?
Name the services or facilities that are required in territories.
#4) Public services – transit, water, sewage
Administration & operating rules
Areas reserved for specific purposes ex. Business parks
Transportation – airport and train station
Public venues for meeting - ex. city halls, parliament buildings etc.
What are the 10 provinces?
- Newfoundland and Labrador
- Nova Scotia
- Prince Edward Island
- New Brunswick
- British Columbia
What are the 3 territory's of Canada?
- Northwest Territories
What is the capital of Canada?
What is the capital of Quebec?
What is the capital of Ontario?
What is the capital of Alberta?
What is the capital of Saskatchewan?
What is the capital of New Brunswick?
what is the capital of British Columbia?
What is the capital of Manitoba?
What is the capital of Nova Scotia.
What is the capital of Prince Edward Island?
What is the capital of Newfoundland and Labrador.
What is the capital of North West Territory's?
What is the capital of Yukon?
What is the capital of Nunavut?
what are the six types of maps?
- 1.planisphere map
- 2.Thematic map
- 3.road map
- 4.street map
- 5.historical map
- 6.topographic map
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