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Canadian Geography by Letter - B

Please note, Justin Bieber is not part of Canadian geography.
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Last updated: October 1, 2020
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First submittedApril 3, 2019
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Province named in honour of German territory held by George III
New Brunswick
Fossil deposit in the Rocky Mountains from the Cambrian period
Burgess Shale
Biome that stretches across much of Canada
Boreal forest
Western-most province
British Columbia
Largest island in Canada, 5th largest in the world
Baffin Island
Dry, rocky region with significant dinosaur fossil reserves found in southern Alberta
Badlands
Canada's oldest national park
Banff
Sea located to the north of Yukon and Northwest Territories
Beaufort Sea
Lake in the center of Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia. Means 'arm of gold' in French
Bras d'Or Lake
First Nation that inhabited Newfoundland before European settlement
Beothuk
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Second largest city in Manitoba
Brandon
Ontario town named after British general from the War of 1812
Brockville
Ontario city with Canada's largest Sikh community
Brampton
Epicenter of the Cariboo Gold Rush in British Columbia. Now a ghost town
Barkerville
Glacier-fed river that runs through the most populated region of Alberta
Bow River
Toronto airport named after WWI fighter pilot
Billy Bishop Airport
Central Ontario city known as 'The Gateway to Cottage Country'
Barrie
Nova Scotian home to Alexander Graham Bell and his estate Beinn Bhreagh
Baddeck
Ontario city named after a Mohawk chief during the American Revolutionary War
Brantford
Star-shaped fort built by the French to defend Isthmus of Chignecto from the British
Fort Beauséjour
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