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Canadian Geography by Letter - A

How well do you know the land above the 49th parallel, eh?
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Last updated: October 1, 2020
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First submittedApril 2, 2019
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Most populous of Canada's 3 prairie provinces
Alberta
North America's most visited glacier
Athabasca
The East Coast of Canada, including Newfoundland
Atlantic provinces
Region colonized by French settlers in the 1600s
Acadia
River in Northern British Columbia flowing into Alaska
Alsek River
The Northern-most permanently inhabited place in the world
Alert
Mountain range that runs along the Atlantic coast of North America
Appalachian Mountains
Tributary of the Red River that runs through Saskatchewan and Manitoba
Assiniboine River
Battle site in Quebec where British and French fought in the Seven Years' War
Plains of Abraham
Fertile valley in Nova Scotia next to the Bay of Fundy
Annapolis Valley
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Term for expressways in Quebec
Autoroute
City in the Fraser Valley of British Columbia
Abbotsford
Community in Inuvik, Northwest Territories. Means 'barren ground grizzly place'
Aklavik
Island at the mouth of the St. Lawrence River
Anticosti Island
Oldest provincial park in Canada
Algonquin
Peninsula on Newfoundland where St. John's is located
Avalon Peninsula
Historic African Canadian settlement in Nova Scotia
Africville
Northern First Nation which declared a state of emergency over suicides in 2016
Attawapiskat
Largest natural lake in British Columbia. Means 'big lake' in Tlingit
Atlin Lake
Northern island where Lost Hammer spring is located
Axel Heiburg Island
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