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What region is each of the following places located in?

a) kamloops, BC

--I think Intermountain.

b) Saskatoon, Sask

-- I don't know. I thought it was Canadian Shield, but it isn't.

c) Vancouver, BC

--Coast Mountains

d) Toronto, Ont.

--Great Lake St. Lawrence

e) James Bay

--Canadian Shield

f) Eastern Maritime Provinces

--Canadian Atlantic Coast?

g) Region that cannot grow trees

--Arctic - Tundra

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