The name for the “Turn of the Century” time period when the greatest number of immigrants came to Canada .
Job opportunities, peace and security, better wages, good education and high quality of health care.
The three Canadian cities where the majority of immigrants choose to live.
War, famine, disease, high unemployment, persecution and limited opportunities.
The evaluation process used to determine whether or not a person wishing to come to Canada would likely become a successful resident of Canada.
This landform consists of three mountain ranges including the Rocky Mountains.
In city planning, the nearness to markets, fresh water supplies, transportation networks, raw materials and power.
The number of customers needed to make a business profitable OR allow a service such as a school to be offered.
Used by the British government to obtain land, it is an area of land set aside for Status Indians.
Special schools where First Nation children were sent “to save them from themselves” and the children were not permitted to speak their Native language or practice Nature culture.
The 1876 law that allowed the Canadian government to sign treaties with First Nation groups so the First Nation people would surrender claims to the land.
What is the type of precipitation that occurs when warm moist air is forced to rise over large mountains?
This type of precipitation occurs when a cold air mass meets a warm air mass.
Unimpeded, fast-flowing air (up to 500 km/hr)moving west to east at a very high altitude (8 000 -15 000 m).
This precipitation occurs when air is heated over warm land resulting in the air rising