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Lakes of Canada
"There are many lakes in Canada - small, large, beautiful, and more beautiful. What do you know about them?"
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This lake that straddles the Canada/US border and is the second largest lake in the world by area.
Although not the smallest of the Great Lakes, it is the shallowest.
With the same name as its province's capital, this lake is number 13 on the list of the world's largest lakes.
Canadian Pacific Railroad packer Tom Wilson was the first white man to see this gorgeous lake named after Queen Victoria's daughter. What is the name of this lake?
Of the two rather large lakes in the Northwest Territories, which is larger in area?
Residents of this province always laugh when they see Minnesota's licence plates claiming 10,000 lakes. At one time, the provincial plates read '100,000 Lakes'.
There are two provinces which have no lakes larger than 400 square kilometres. Which are they?
Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia
Prince Edward Island and Saskatchewan
Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland
Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick
This lake is another that straddles the Canada/US border, only this one is at the northernmost point of the continental US (excluding Alaska).
Lake St. Clair
Lake of the Woods
Niagara Falls can be found between these two Great Lakes.
Lake Ontario and Lake Erie
Lake Ontario and Lake Huron
Lake Erie and Lake Huron
Lake Erie and Lake Michigan
This long, narrow lake is located in the fruitful valley of the same name.
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