Just over three quarters of the Canada pop. lives within 90 miles of the U.S. Border.
There is no country along Canada's Northern Border.
Moving farther north, Canada becomes very cold.
Most Canadians do not live in the tundra. The tundra is actually sparsly populated. The majority of the population live along the border.
There were more and more terrorists sneaking across the border from Canada to the US. Both countries agreed to beef up security along the border.
The length of the of the U.S. Canadian border, excluding Alaska, is approximately 3,987 miles. The Alaska Canada border alone is 1,538 miles. Add to two together and the total border between the US and Canada is 5,525 miles.
Mainly along the southern 300 mile-wide swath of the southern border of Canada.
Trade and climate
The United States of America lies along the south border of Canada (not counting Alaska which lies along the western border and Hawaii that doesn't border anything but the Pacific Ocean). Mexico and the rest of the countries of central and South America also lie south of Canada - just further south than the USA.
Raccoons are found only across extreme southern Canada along the border with the United States,
It's cold up there! Plus, Canada's largest trading partner is the U.S., so there's going to be a lot of activity near the border. A third reason could be that some of the original settlements of what is now called called Canada started from the St. Lawrence River, right along the border.
Several US states border Canada - just look at the state names along the US/Canadian border. However I suppose Alaska is the most isolated.
Lake Ontario is located along the border of Canada and the United States.
Not accurate at all ! Canada's population is mainly concentrated in the "Golden Horseshoe" which is in Southern Ontario, this includes cities like Hamilton, Toronto plus the satellite communities that surround Toronto! This includes Oakville, Mississauga, Brampton, Richmond Hill, Markham, Pickering, Ajax and Whitby!
the river that flows along the border between Canada and Minnesota actually has two names : Rainy River is the Western side and Pigeon River is the Eastern end of the same river.
The country directly North of the U.S. is Canada. Canada and the U.S. share a border along the Northern part of the U.S. and the Southern part of Canada.
No. The border between Canada and the USA is well defined and not disputed.
Cougars live in the extreme western region of Canada along the U.S. border. They can be found in mountainous and heavily wooded areas.
In the Rockey mountains along Alberta's western border with BC there are. They hunt the mountain goat.
The most westerly part of Canada is the southernmost point on that part of the Yukon-Alaska border which runs along 141º west longitude.
From East to West along the US border you have The Rockies, Purcells, Selkirks, Monashees & Cascades
False. The Rio Grande River runs along the US/Mexico Border across Texas, but then turns northward into the USA. It does not entirely run along the international border. :)
Earthquakes usually occur along the Pacific west coast or near the Canada-Alaska border, with a few scattered throughout the inland regions.