Waterways in the US and Canada
I think that waterways affect our settlement and development because its harder for Canada to cross over to the United States.
By the mountains being in the way
natural environment, economic development, water, and history
The oldest settlement in Canada is Tadoussac Quebec est. 1599
which waterways make up almost half the boundary between the united states and Canada
The major landforms and waterways that the United States and Canada share are Great Lakes, Rocky Mountains, and St. Lawrence.
Before modern transportation the fastest way early settlers could move large quantities of needed cargo especially over long distances was by ship.
The French created the first successful settlement in Canada.
the early settlement were colonies.
It is the bodies of water surround the area
No president in Canada.
Population clusters in Canada and the US are located near the coasts and along all inland waterways. The cities are generally built near the coasts and waterways to make the transportation of good easier.
Bering Sea, Beaufort Sea, and Labrador Sea
Canada and the United States
San Juan Strait and the St Lawrence River.