The Regional Geography of Canada divides Canada into six geographic
regions: Ontario, Quebec, British Columbia, Western Canada,
Atlantic Canada, and the Territorial North. Each region has a
particular regional geography, history, population, and a unique
location. These factors have determined
each region's character, set the direction for its development, and
created a sense of place. In examining these themes, this text
underscores the dynamic nature of Canada's regional geography.
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