Quebec: Land and People

By: Bill MacDonald


The latest addition to Exploring Canada’s Geography series covers Quebec’s geographical regions, including the St. Lawrence Valley and Gaspe, climate and natural resources.

Other topics include Samuel de Champlain, the seigneurial system, New France and the fur trade, Quebecois foods, maple syrup, Forillon National Park, the port of Montreal and Canada’s oldest city, Quebec.

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Product Description

This series of reproducible resource books are filled with factual and up-to-date information. The imaginative and self-directing activities in each book focus on a particular province or territory of Canada and are designed to help students acquire a knowledge of the basic geography and social history of Canada.

Numerous map activities are a part of each book and develop map skills such as plotting a route, interpreting symbols and using a scale to calculate distance. Pictures and charts are used to clarify and enhance the content. Activities such as crossword puzzles and a quizzes are used for review.

The answers to the activities as well as outline maps for teacher or student use are included at the end of each book.

Additional Information

Weight.3 kg
Dimensions11 × 8.5 × .3 in



Bill MacDonald


Apple Press




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