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Our Canada: The Great Lakes - St. Lawrence Lowlands

This title is a part of the series Our Canada: Its Geographic Regions Series

Catalogue Number:  MCI097
Producer:  McIntyre Media Inc.
Subject:   Canadian Social Studies, First Nations Studies, Social Studies
Language:  English
Grade Level:  3 - 6
Country of Origin:  Canada
Copyright Year:  2016
Running Time:  18
Closed Captions:  Yes


DVD Price:  $99.00
3yr Stream Price :  $99.00
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This is Canada's smallest geographic region in terms of area, however, it contains the most people. Known as the "Industrial Heartland" of Canada, its climate, soil and location make it ideal for industry, tourism, and agriculture. Water plays an important role in the region. The St. Lawrence River and Great Lakes have been important transportation routes for thousands of years. First used by the Anishinaabe, Huron-Wendat and other First Nation groups, today, this series of locks, dams, and channels allow for the passage of huge ships and barges.

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