I chose the province, Quebec because it is a very beautiful province. It is also very cold. I saw lots of pictures of Quebec on the internet. You will be learning about Quebecâ€™s location, land and climate and industry. You will also learn some very interesting facts. Quebec is on the northeast of Canada. On the west, Quebec is bordered by Ontario and Hudson Bay. On the east, Quebec is bordered by New Brunswick. On the south, Quebec is bordered by the United States. On the north, Quebec is bordered by the Pacific Ocean.
Quebec is located in the Canadian Shield. Quebec looks like an evil personâ€™s head with a giant chin. Quebec also looks like a big nose. Quebecâ€™s land shape is kind of flat and bumpy. Quebec is good for farming. The average temperature in January is -12*C. The average temperature in July is 18*C. The average snowfall is 250.cm of snow. A natural resource is something you get from nature and then you make it into manufactured goods. Quebecâ€™s natural resources are fresh water, forests, farmland and minerals. Trees are very important to Quebec. Manufactured goods are things you make out of natural resources. Quebec produces paper. Paper is one of
the most important manufactured good in Canada. Import means to get something into your province and export means to get something out of your province. Quebec wants to import manufactured goods, oil, natural gas and wheat. Quebec gets all of their imports from. Quebec is exporting minerals, auto parts and forest products. Quebec exports the things to. Montreal was found in 1642 as a simple mission settlement called Vile-Marie. Today, it is an international metropolis of 3.4 million, one of the worldâ€™s busiest inland ports, a major banking and business center, and the second largest French-speaking city on the planet.
I did a research about Quebec. The headings in this research were location, introduction, land/climate, natural resources/industry, import/export, interesting facts and conclusion. Quebecâ€™s capital city is Quebec City. I felt really good doing this research. I hope you learned a lot about Quebec.