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How are the prairie provinces of cananda like the great plains of the US?
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Asked in Canada, British Columbia
What mountain chain separates the Prairie Provinces and the British Columbia?
Asked in Native American History, Texas, Landforms
The Central Plains and the Great Plains make up what Plains?
Asked in Canada
What do the Great Plains of the US and the Interior Plains of Canada have in common?
The Interior Plains is a vast region of North America that stretches from Canada's western arctic region all the way down to the border of Mexico. The Great Plains is a term used mainly in the US, referring to a large section of the Interior Plains, west of the Mississippi. The term includes Canadian territory, but is rarely used in Canada. In Canada it is more common to refer to the entire Interior Plains as one unit, or to use the term prairie. Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba are commonly called the Prairie Provinces.
Asked in Red Dead Redemption
Where can you find prairie poppy on undead nightmare?
Asked in Geography
Can you name a prairie in the wet western part of the Midwest is what?
Asked in Animal Life
What animals are or were located on the Great Plains?
Asked in United States of America, Canada
Does the Great PLains extend all the way to Canada?
Asked in Canada
What three provinces make up the great plains of Canada?
Asked in Geography, United States of America
What borders the Great Plains?
Asked in Canada, Canada Provinces and Territories
Which three provinces are located within the great plains of Canada and supply most of its agricultural production?
Asked in Native American History
Where were tipis used?
Tipis were mostly used in the Great Plains of the United States and the Prairie Provinces of Canada. The Plains Indians were nomadic (moving from place to place), so they needed homes that could be taken down and packed quickly, moved easily, and reconstructed quickly once they reached the new area.