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Landforms of Ontario

Summary: The Canadian province of Ontario contains two landforms: the Canadian Shield and the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Lowlands landform. These two unique landforms provide Ontario with significant natural resources that enhance the provincial economy through both industry and tourism.
The province our group has chosen to research and construct a 3-D model of is Ontario. This province contains two interesting landforms that have many features that make Ontario what it is, these affect the province greatly and decide Ontario's economy.

The province of Ontario contains two landforms. The Canadian Shield covers the greater part of Ontario, with the exception of the southeastern areas, that are near the great the lakes. The Canadian Shield also extends across Canada covering all of Quebec, parts of Newfoundland, half of Manitoba, Nunavut, Northwest Territories and Saskatchewan. This landform is filled with many beneficial, natural resources. It is covered with many deciduous and coniferous trees for the boreal forest region (biggest forest region in Canada) is greatly located in Ontario. This landform is also rich in minerals containing plenty of copper. The majority of the Canadian Shield is stony with rocky...

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