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Canada had an important role in World War II with training, military bases and airfields. Borders the United States to the south, the Atlantic Ocean to the east and the Pacific Ocean and Alaska to the west. Canada was part of the ferry route for American aircraft and supplies being sent to Alaska and the Soviet Union as part of Lend-Lease.

British Columbia  includes Prince Rupert, Smith River and Vancouver Island
NewFoundland  located in eastern Canada
New Brunswick  borders Maine, Quebec, Hova Scotia
Nova Scotia  borders the Atlantic Ocean, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island
Prince Edward Island  includes Prince Edward Island
Quebec  borders Hudson Bay
Ontario  borders the Great Lakes
Manitoba  borders Hudson Bay
Saskatchewan  capital Regina
Alberta  capital Edmonton
Nunavut Territory  borders Hudson Bay and the arctic
Northwest Territories
Yokon Territory  borders Alaska to the west

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May 22, 2017


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