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Tuesday, August 27

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    provided this area with it's fertile soils.
    {http://www.great-lakes.net/teach/geog/intro/systemmap.jpg} The Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River system.
    Topography:Topography:
    Great Lake St. Lawrence Lowland has a rolling landscape, meaning that there
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    slopes. The landland is not
    landscape had been created mainly by glaciation.
    Vegetation:
    ThereThere is a
    soil is very fertile, thus allowing many things to be grown. Many trees
    (both deciduous and conifer), such as walnut, maple, hemlock and oak
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    cherries, grapes, apples, hay and many vegetables, such as carrots
    and beans are found here.
    Climate:
    Great
    Climate:
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    Lake St.
    that it is a dry climate with very cold winters and very hot summers. During
    the summer, the Great Lakes tend to lower the temperature. The Great Lakes
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    contributes to healthy farming and mild temperatures throughout the year.
    Resources:
    TheThe Great Lake
    makes it the second largest farming area in Canada. There are many resources
    in this region, such as zinc, lead, cattle and grain. Also, clay can be found which
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    their number one resource is water.
    Important Cities:
    TorontoToronto and Montreal
    fast-paced city. There are many ravines, rivers and valleys as well as there being an abundance of
    buildings, such as corporate buildings and shopping centers. Montreal is also a very multi-cultural city
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    city in the world. As well as that, Montreal has 18th and 19th century grey stone buildings, therefore
    binding the old with the new.
    {http://www.world-guides.com/images/montreal/montreal.jpg} Map of Montreal City, Canada {http://www.world-guides.com/images/toronto/toronto_map.jpg} Map of Toronto City, Canada
    Things To Do/ Tourist Attractions:
    ThereThere is a
    swimming, hockey, lacrosse, badminton, soccer and many other sports. Also available is
    fishing and boating. A popular attraction that cannot be left unseen is the Niagara Falls in Ottawa. It is
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Thursday, June 2

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Wednesday, June 1

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