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storm
Canada
trophy
Halifax
community
fishing
cod
Bluenose
schooner
Nova Scotia
sailing
ocean
coast
province
Lunenburg

Canadian Provinces/Territories and Capitals Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Alberta
British Columbia
Canada
Charlottetown
Edmonton
Fredricton
Halifax
Iqaluit
Manitoba
New Brunswick
Newfoundland Labrador
Northwest Territories
Nova Scotia
Nunavut
Ontario
Ottawa
Prince Edward Island
Quebec
Quebec City
Regina
Saskatchewan
St John s
Toronto
Victoria
Whitehorse
Winnipeg
Yellowknife
Yukon

Canada Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Mountains that extend north from the United States into western Canada Rocky Moutains
Falls created by the waters of the Niagara River Niagara Falls
An important international waterway that links the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean St Lawrence River
Region of rocky uplands, lakes and swamps. Covers about 1.8 million square miles of Canada Canadian Shield
This area lines the Atlantic coast of Canada. Includes the provinces of Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. Some of these provinces are islands in the Atlantic Ocean Atlantic Region
The area that stretches north of the Great Lakes. It includes the large provinces of Ontario and Quebec Core Region
Covers Canada's central plains. Includes the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta Prairie Region
The region on Canada's Pacific coast that is made up of the province of British Columbia Pacific Region
This area lies north and reaches far into the Arctic Ocean. It includes Canada's three territories which include Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut Northern Region
A natural resource found in the Atlantic region that has created a major economic activity. Coal
A physical feature that covers most of the Northern Region. Tundra
The core region has become a large producer of this natural resource hydroelectric power

Canadian Provinces Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What province is the Nation's capital in? Ontario
Which is the smallest Canadian province? Prince Edward Island
Which province is on the Pacific Coast? British Columbia
Which province is known for the Calgary Stampede? Alberta
Which province is the home base for the Montreal Canadiens? Quebec
Which province is known for its wide open prairie fields? Saskatchewan
Which province is directly to the west of Ontario? Manitoba
Which province is Sydney Crosby from? Nova Scotia
Which is the most eastern province of Canada? Newfoundland
Which province is closest to the Bay of Fundy? New Brunswick

Provinces and Capital Cities Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Capital of Newfoundland St Johns
Maritime capital on Canada's smallest province Charottetown
Manitoba's provincial capital Winnipeg
Furthest west capital Victoria
Capital of Ontario Toronto
Yukon's capital Whitehorse
Newest territorial capital Iqaluit
Saskatchewan's capital Regina
New Brunswick's capital Fredericton
Halifax is the capital city of which province? Nova Scotia
Capital of NWT Yellowknife
Province name is part of the city's name Quebec City
Capital of Alberta Edmonton

Canada's Capital Cities Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Ontario Toronto
Nova Scotia Halifax
New Brunswick Fredericton
Prince Edward Island Charlottetown
Newfoundland and Labrador St. John's
British Columbia Victoria
Alberta Edmonton
Saskatchewan Regina
Manitoba Winnipeg
Quebec Quebec City
Northwest Territories Yellowknife
Nunavut Iqaluit
Canada Ottawa

Provinces and Territories of Canada Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Which province is directly to the west of Ontario? Manitoba
Which is the most eastern province of Canada? Newfoundland
Which is the most western province of Canada? British Columbia
Which territory is directly north of Manitoba? Nunavut
Which province is sandwiched in between British Columbia and Saskatchewan? Alberta
What is smallest province of Canada? Prince Edward Island
Which province is directly to the east of Alaska? Yukon
Which province do you live in? Ontario
Which province has a high French population? Quebec
Which province is directly north of Alberta and Saskatchewan? Northwest Territories
Which province is directly east of Alberta? Saskatchewan
The name of this province starts with the letter N and ends with the letter K. New Brunswick
This province is attached to New Brunswick. Nova Scotia

the city of Canada Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

what is the capital of canada? ottawa
what is the biggest city of ontario? Toronto
what is the third biggest city in Canada? vancouver
what is the smallest city in Canada greenwood
what is the largest city in Quebec? Montreal
which city is named with the waterfall? niagara falls
what is the capital and largest city of Yukon? whitehorse
what is the capital city of Alberta? edmonton
what is the largest city of Alberta? calgary
which city is the former municipality in the city of Totonto? north york
which city is located in Simcoe County but is politically independent? barrie
what is the capital city of Manitoba? winnipeg
which city is the capital of saskatchewan? saskatoon
what's the capital city of northwest territories? yellowknife
which city is the aouthernmost city in ontario? windsor
which city is a port city in Canadian province of Ontario? Hamilton
which city is the same name of the capital of Great Britain? london
which is the largest city of the Canadian territory of Nunavut? Iqaluit
which city is located midway between Toronto and Montreal? kingston
which city is the capital of the province of Nova Scotia? halifax

Canadian provinces, territories, and cities Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Has Edmonton as its capital Alberta
Only province to speak French Quebec
Closest province to Oregon British Columbia
Smallest province Prince Edward Island
Has dog named after it New Foundland/Labrador
Means New Scotland Nova Scotia
Central most province Manitoba
Named after A place in Germany New Brunswick
Most populous province in Canada Ontario
Capital is Regina Saskatchewan
Only city in Canada to have NBA team Toronto
Capital of Canada Ottowa

Nova Scotia Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

WATERFRONT
REVERSING FALLS
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND
PEGGYS COVE
OCEAN FLOOR
NOVA SCOTIA
MARITIME MUSEUM
MAINE
LOW TIDE
LOBSTER
LIGHTHOUSE
HOPEWELL ROCKS
HIGH TIDE
HALIFAX
FUN
FISHERMANS WHARF
FERRY RIDE
FELLOWSHIP
FARMERS MARKET
ESCORT
DRIVER
COWS CREAMERY
CHARLOTTETOWN
CARIBOU
BUS
BAR HARBOR
BADDECK
AVONLEE VILLAGE
ANN OF GREEN GABLES
ACADIA NATIONAL PARK

Canadian Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

How many provinces does Canada have? Ten
How many territories does Canada Have? Three
What Mountain is Canada's tallest peak? Logan
Canada shares __________ of the five Great Lakes. Four
The Capital of Quebec is__________________. Quebec
The capital of Nova Scotia is ____________. Halifax
The longest Canadian river is _____________. Mackenzie
Regina is the Capital of ____________. Saskatchewan
Victoria is the Capital of ___________. British Columbia
Most of the population of Ontario live in the _____. South
Much of the _____ of Canada is virtually uninhabited. North
In 1763 Canada became a _______ colony. British
The ______ claimed Canada for King Louis XIV. French
The largest city in Canada is _______. Toronto
The nation's capital is _____________ Ottawa
Canada is a constitutional ______and a federal state with a democratic parliament. monarchy
A red _____ leaf is the Canadian symbol. Maple