Hey, did you hear about the major industries in the capital of Toronto, Ontario
Well, its three industries (manufacturing, fishing, and mining) broke down
No, did something happen at its northernmost point(56N) or even its southernmost(41N)
I hear one of the industries is down out of the electric power, mining, and paper
I just hope the capital, Quebec City is okay.
Yeah and up north at 62N there was a fire because of that, and south at 44N I think there was a shortage.
The capital of New brunswick is awesome, I mean who would have thought someplace named Fredericton would have such good artist
Up there at 48N it is stunning, but not so much down at 45N
And the industries here are crazy being agriculture, forestry, and fishing.
I did the POI of the Thousand Islands. One interesting fact is that Ontario has over 1,000 islands in one river. Another fact is that Jacques Cartier landed here, and the word "Kebec" means when the river narrows.
Prince Edward Island
Its a nice day in the capital, Charlottetown.
Sure is, and the agriculture, tourism, and fishing economics are doing good.
I did the postcard and I also learned that a lot of wars happened in Quebec. Some cool things there are they have 4 Martello towers there in case battle comes again. Quebec also has a crazy amount of cool tourist attractions like amusement park malls and museums.
Have you been to the capital, Halifax, yet?
No, but I have seen the economics, agriculture, fishing, and mining.
In this province I did the collage. Some cool places in the collage were the Hopewell Rocks, Miscou Island, and the Reversing Falls
Newfoundland and Labrador
I did the National Park of Fundy for this province. One fact I learned was this national park loves nature and wishes not to interfere with it, so they let nature make its own trails to hike. Another fact is that the Bay of Fundy plays a big role to this park because it neighbors it. With the lack of cities stargazing is amazing here because you can see all of the stars.
And the highest point, 47N, is doing way better than the lowest, 46N.
I did the powerpoint for this province. The state's nickname is the Bluenosers. The highest point is White Hill-1,750 ft. And the five largest cities are Halifax, Dartmouth, Sydney, Lunenburg, East Hants.
The northern point, 47N, and southernmost, 44N, aren't keeping up though
I did the state float for this province. The province is known for corned beef and cabbage. 5 words that describe Newfoundland would be nature, water, unique, big, and popular. The wildlife here is moose, bats, bears, foxes, and rodents.
Hopefully the northern point, 60N, and southern point, 46N, are doing well.
Our capital, St. Johns, s really down in the dumps today.
I heard our mining, manufacturing, and fishing economics are too.