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Grade 9 Geography - Jeopardy. The name for the “Turn of the Century” time period when the greatest number of immigrants came to Canada . What is the Great Expansion of Western Canada OR the Last Best West?.

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Grade 9 geography jeopardy l.jpg

Grade 9 Geography - Jeopardy


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The name for the “Turn of the Century” time period when the greatest number of immigrants came to Canada .


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What is the Great Expansion of Western Canada OR the Last Best West?


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Job opportunities, peace and security, better wages, good education and high quality of health care.


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What are Pull Factors?


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The three Canadian cities where the majority of immigrants choose to live.


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What are Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver?


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War, famine, disease, high unemployment, persecution and limited opportunities.


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What are Push Factors?


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The evaluation process used to determine whether or not a person wishing to come to Canada would likely become a successful resident of Canada.


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What is the Point System?


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This landform is composed of two rock types: igneous and metamorphic.


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What is the Canadian Shield?


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Kingston is on the eastern edge of one part of this low-land landform.


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What is the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Lowland?


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Over 50% of Canada’s population live in this landform.


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What is the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Lowland?


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This landform consists of three mountain ranges including the Rocky Mountains.


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What is the Western Cordillera?


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The type of glacier that spreads out to cover a very large area of land.


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What is a Continental Glacier?


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In city planning, the nearness to markets, fresh water supplies, transportation networks, raw materials and power.


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What are Location Factors?


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The pattern showing where people live in a certain area.


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What is Population Distribution?


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Low density development around a city


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What is Urban Sprawl?


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The number of customers needed to make a business profitable OR allow a service such as a school to be offered.


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What is Threshold Population?


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The process of changing from rural to urban.


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What is Urbanization?


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A Native group in which the members share a common culture and history.


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What is a First Nation?


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Used by the British government to obtain land, it is an area of land set aside for Status Indians.


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What is a Reserve?


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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.


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What are Residential Schools?


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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.


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What is the Indian Act?


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Canada’s newest territory


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What is Nunavut?


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Orographic OR Relief Precipitation.


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What is the type of precipitation that occurs when warm moist air is forced to rise over large mountains?


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This type of precipitation occurs when a cold air mass meets a warm air mass.


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What is Frontal or Cyclonic Precipitation?


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Unimpeded, fast-flowing air (up to 500 km/hr)moving west to east at a very high altitude (8 000 -15 000 m).


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What is the Jet Stream?


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This precipitation occurs when air is heated over warm land resulting in the air rising


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What isConvection Precipitation?


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This leading edge of warm air.


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What is a Warm Front?


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