Geography of Canada

Geography of the Canadian Prairies

East of the Rockies are the interior plains spanning most of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. The predominantly flat and treeless terrain are where most of the arable agricultural farms in Canada can be found.

The Cypress Hills and Alberta Badlands are the exception to the stereotypical Prairie province look. These areas are quite hilly and rugged. Northern Manitoba is also a more rugged region dotted by thousands of lakes. Northern Manitoba is also a popular spot for visitors to Canada in search of polar bears around Churchill on the edge of Hudson Bay.

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