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Parts of the southern portion of the interior plains are often called Canada's 'breadbasket'. Why?

What separates the Great Lakes Lowlands from the St.Lawrance Lowlands? Where does this occur and what is the appearance of this area?

Describe the characteristics of the Hudson Bay and Arctic lowlands.

What minerals are important in the Arctic Lowlands? How did they get there?

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    Breadbasket? Where is wheat grown in Canada?

    Niagara Falls?

    Cold, tundra

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