What are the 7 major rivers in Alberta?
- North Saskatchewan
- South Saskatchewan
The capital of Canada is Ottawa, on the Ottawa River. The 12 longest rivers in Canada are: McKenzie River (Northwest Territories) Yukon River (Yukon and British Columbia) St. Lawrence River (Ontario and Quebec) Nelson River (Manitoba) Slave River (Alberta, Northwest Territories) Columbia River (British Columbia) Saskatchewan River (Saskatchewan, Manitoba) - also the separate North and South tributaries (Saskatchewan, Alberta) Peace River (Alberta, British Columbia) Fraser River (British Columbia) Ottawa River (Ontario, Quebec)
Absolutely! There are many rivers, lakes and mountains in Alberta! Some lakes are: Thunder Lake Lake Athabasca Lesser Slave Lake Clear Lake Pine Lake Some rivers are: North Saskatchewan River Athabasca River Bow River Battle River Milk River Some mountains are: Three Sisters Pyramid Mountain Mount Rundle Mount Edith Cavell Marmot Mountain These are only just a few of the many lakes, rivers and mountains that exist in Alberta, Canada.