Similarities Between Canada And Usa

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Even though Canada and the US are in North America they have some significant differences and similarities in land forms and water forms. One of the main differences in land is the size of the land. Canada’s land is the second largest land in the world. Even though the US doesn’t have the largest land area it has some pretty key features to it like where Canada has the St. Lawrence River the U.S. has the Mississippi. The U.S. also has the Gulf of Mexico which the US uses to trade and travel to the islands of the Philippines and Bahamas. Although the US and Canada have some very different differences they have some very similar similarities. Like they both share the Rockies and Appalachian which are some very big similarities. They also have…show more content…
and Canada both have very Rich Resources but even though Canada has the second largest land area the US has almost twice as much resource as Canada does. The US and Canada share a lot of their resources. They both share their main resources manufacturing, ranching, and commercial farming/farming. They also share Minerals like Coal, Silver, Zinc, Gold, and Iron Ore. Which they both trade thought the entire world. Even though the US and Canada share most resources they have some differences too. One of the main Canadian resources is that Canada has the second largest land area. Even though Canada has a greater land area than the US has more resources like natural gases and hydro electric power, all though the US is won of the smaller countries it uses up 25% of the worlds power. One of the US main resources other than manufacturing and commercial farming. Ranching and farming which takes up almost all of the land. US and Canada share many of the same resources like Coal, Silver and Gold. Even though the US and Canada share most things they have some things different too like land area and the US has twice as many…show more content…
and Canada have a pretty similar climate but yet very different climate as well. In the US there is a huge difference in climate depending on were you live most of the coastal states are very tropical like Florida and California but some states can also be very cold for part of the year like the middle states Minnesota and Missouri are some of those states. In Canada it is sub artic everywhere. Half of the country is tundra little live there. Canada has very cold, bitter winters some parts of Canada are steppe. The U.S. and Canada are some what the same in Alaska most of the state is tundra like half the country in Canada. Also the US and Canada are mostly humid continental and our highlands like in the U.S. the Rockies and Appalachians and for Canada there Rockies and laurnatan highlands are cool or cold year around. The US and Canada have almost the same climate in parts of each country but also very different in some parts as
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