Amazing Race Test - Taya Young

Amazing Race Test - Taya Young
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  • British Columbia
  • HI, Tammy! Did you know the capital of British Columbia is Victoria?
  • And, the Northern latitude of B.C. is 53 degrees and the southern latitude is 67 degrees!
  • Yes! Did you know that B.C. produces mushrooms? B.C. also mines zinc and copper!
  • Jinx!! Haha, you owe me a soda!
  • Hey, Barry! Did you know that Alberta produces poultry and eggs?
  • Alberta
  • Cool! I also know that Alberta's northern latiyude is 51 degrees and southern latitude is 59 degrees!
  • Ha ha, Nice!
  • No! but I do know that Alberta's mine's produce coal. Also Alberta farms aquaculture!
  • Nice! I also know that the capital of Alberta is Edmonton!
  • Hi Bob!
  • Saskatchewan
  • Hey Maia!
  • Did you know an agriculture product of Saskatchewan is wheat?
  • And, the northern latitude is 49.1 degrees and the southern latitude is 49.3 degrees.
  • No! That's neat! Did you know Saskatchewan produces mustard?
  • Yes! But I also know that Saskatchewan mines clay and daimonds!
  • No, but it sure explains a lot! Did you know the capital of Saskatchewan is Regina?
  • Hi Cindy!
  • For British Columbia the project I did was the Post Card. One interesting fact I learned is British Columbia's coast line is 16,777 miles long. Another fun fact I learned is a resident that lives in B.C. has the worlds longest beard. The last fun fact I learned is at the end of winter there is a festival where they count billions of daffodils. 
  • Manitoba
  • Hey Octavia, did you know the capital of Manitoba is Winnipeg?
  • What are the northern an southern latitudes Finn?
  • The northern latitude is 53 degrees and the southern latitude is 98 degrees.
  • For this province project I did the collage.  One interesting place to visit when in Alberta would be Redrock Canyon, it has many activites and hiking trails. Another great place to visit would be Athabasca falls, the breathtaking view is sure to impress you. The last place you should visit is Cameron Lake, which is a great expirence for people of all ages.
  • Northwest Territories
  • What's Up, Bellamy!
  • Did you know an agriculture product of the N.W. territories is turkey?
  • Howdy, Murphy!
  •  The province project I did was the national park. The park I did was Grassland National Park. An interesting fact I learned is in Grassland National park there are over 40 different types of grass. Another fun fact I learned is Grassland National Park's most visited sight is the 70 mile butte trail. The last fun fact I learned is the park has 100ft buttes.
  • Yukon Territories
  • Hey, did you know the northern latitude for Yukon is 64 degrees and the southern latitude is 35 degrees?
  • The project I did for this province is the float. This province is known for being the polar bear capital. Five words that relate to this province are polar bear, Hudson Bay, Grey Wooded, Metal mines, and Forestry. A point of interest for this province would be The Forks.
  • Nope, but I do know that Manitoba mines gold! They also mine Nickle.
  • Hi!
  • Hi Guys!
  • The project I did for Northwest territories is the POI, which was Snow king Winter Festival. One fun fact I learned is that this year will be the 23rd castle built. Another fun fact I learned is the castle is made completely of ice and snow. The last interesting fact I learned is that the tradition of the festival is from a children's play.
  • Nice! The captial of N.W. territories is Yekkowknife.
  • Hey!! Don't forget carrots!
  • Hah hah yeah! Also the northern latitude is 62 degrees and the southern latitude is 32.9 degrees!
  • Awesome!
  • Yes I did. So are Oats!
  • The project I did for Yukon Territories is the Power Point.  The five largest cities in Yukon are White horse, Dawson, Watson lake, Haines Junction, and Caramades. This province is known for being "The land of the midnight sun". The highest point in Yukon is Mt. Logan which is 19,551 ft.
  • Hi Madi!
  • Wow! So cool! And the capital of Yukon is whitehorse!
  • Nice! They also mine lead!
  • Yes! I also know a forestry product of Yukon is white spruce!
  • I didn't know that! I know that they farm barely!
  • Cool! Let's go explore!
  • Hi Clarke!
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