3 edition of Naming Canada"s geographical features found in the catalog.
Naming Canada"s geographical features
Canadian Permanent Committee on Geographical Names.
1990 by Canadian Permanent Committee on Geographical Names in Ottawa, Ont .
Written in English
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The GNBC and the various provincial and territorial names authorities rarely initiate the naming of geographical features. Almost all names are submitted by the public or have been gathered through field survey programmes.
Ina primary task for the Geographic Board of Canada was to set up standards and guidelines. Geographical naming in Canada comes under the jurisdiction of naming authorities such as the Newfoundland and Labrador Geographical Names Board.
These authorities make up the Geographical Names Board of Canada (GNBC). Created inthe GNBC consists of 27 members - one from each province and territory - and federal government departments or. 'Naming Canada will be enjoyed and valued as a resource by everyone with an interest in place names or the geography of Canada.
' (H. Gardiner Barnum The Canadian Geographer) 'This little book is full of entertaining stories. It is hard to put down once you start reading it. 45(1). You may access nearly currently approved geographical names stored on the Canadian Geographical Names Data Base (CGNDB), Canadas national bank of official geographical names.
These names are authorized by the Geographical Names Board of Canada (GNBC), through its provincial, territorial and federal representatives.
Geographic names help us identify places and describe historic, cultural and natural geographical features all around us. The Canadian Geographical Names Database (CGNDB) is a key Federal open data set that most geospatial users in Canada should be familiar with.
It is Canadas authoritative source for all official geographical names, and their associated ted Reading Time: 1 min. In Canada, geographical naming is the responsibility of the province or territory where the physical.
feature is situated. In the case of federal lands, such as national parks, naming is the joint responsibility of provincial, territorial and federal naming authorities. The Geographical Names Board of Canada. Established inthe Geographical Names Board of Canada coordinates the naming of geographical names in the country.
Originally called the Geographic Board of Canada, it went through several other names before acquiring its current designation in Canada is the second-biggest country on earth, yet over 80 per Naming Canadas geographical features book of the countrys land is uninhabited, and most Canadians live clustered in a handful of large cities close to the U.
border. This reality stems from Canadas unique geography, which is, all things considered, rather unfriendly to ted Reading Time: 7 mins. From Bonavista and Port au Choix in the east, to Malaspina Strait and Port Alberni in the west, this book also reveals the rich Portuguese, Spanish, and Basque contributions to Canada's toponymic heritage.
Naming Canada tells us about place names that became undesirable and had to be changed for reasons of perceived political s: 1. Canada Geographic Feature Renaming Project. In April Aircrew Remembered were contacted by the geographical naming features in Canada: "They kindly explained that whilst they do have many features in Canada named after war casualties, the list they have is not presently up to date, nor is the origin information available to the public - Naming Canadas geographical features book.
maintaining an effective system in which physical features and populated places can be easily and accurately identified. The application of names to geographical features is a public trust, carried out for the benefit of present and future generations.
Underlying the naming process is the recognition that. not all features need a name at this time. Canada is part of North America. Canada is a large country. It is the second largest country (by area) in the world.
There are 10 provinces and 3 territories in Canada. The leader of Canada is called the Prime Minister. Some symbols of Canada are the beaver and the maple leaf. With a land area of million square miles (nearly 10 million square kilometers),Canada is the world's second-largest country.
It also dominates the northern portion of the North American continent. Three oceans-the Pacific, Arctic, and Atlantic -border Canada's shores. An undefended land border of 5, miles, the longest in the world. Canada covers 9, km 2 (3, sq mi) and a panoply of various geoclimatic regions, of which there are 8 main regions.
Canada also encompasses vast maritime terrain, with the world's longest coastline ofkilometres (, mi). The physical geography of Canada is widely varied. Boreal forests prevail throughout the country, ice is prominent in northerly Arctic regions and Area: Ranked 2nd.
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Where I Live (Canada and USA) A short activity book on geography to. In Canada most geographical features have only one official name, except for the 81 names of pan-Canadian significance that have official forms in both English and French. Some provinces (Manitoba, Ontario and New Brunswick) also recognize "alternate names" for well-known geographical features under their jurisdiction (see GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES.
GRADES CANADA, MY COUNTRY. In the primary years, Donna Ward recommends teaching your child to the basic geography of Canada. Her book Canada, My Country introduces young learners to our country. In this book, you will cover: Symbols of Canada Estimated Reading Time: 7 mins.
Canada has provided fish, furs and other natural resources to the world since the s. Today, it is a world leader in agricultural production, telecommunications and energy technologies. The vast majority of Canadas exports go to the United States. Image credits Map of Canada: National Geographic ted Reading Time: 4 mins.
An example is Miles Canyon located near Whitehorse that was named after General Nelson Miles. There was concern in Ottawa over Americans naming geographical features without consulting the Canadian government, and so inCanada established the Geographic Board of Canada, whose mandate was to approve official place names across the country.
and Canada CHAPTER 5 Physical Geography of the United States and Canada DIRECTIONS: Write the correct name for each numbered physical listed and the geographical features of the area to determine the best location for the cannery. Mark your final choice on the map. Then, in the space below.
Aboriginal Languages in Canadas National Names Database The Canadian Geographical Names Database (CGNDB) allows naming authorities of the GNBC to indicate the language of the toponym. The language may be defined from a standardized ISO list and contains 74 languages used by Canadas Indigenous Peoples, as well as English and French.
From: Natural Resources Canada Search names By Geographical Name By Coordinates By Rectangular Area Canadian Geographical Names Database - Open Library: BC Social Studies Open Library: BC Social Studies Locations of geographic features and unincorporated places that have been officially named, or are being considered for official naming.
Our favourite books of A selection of the best books ofas chosen by Canadian Geographics editors. Historical fiction about a renowned poet, a graphic novel that brings together seven famous Canadians on the battlefields of France, the biography of a legendary polar exploration ship and a cultural history of ice are among the Estimated Reading Time: 9 mins.
The name HUNAULT, for example, has been written more than a dozen different ways, all with the same or similar pronunciations, including: HUNAU, HUNAUT, HUNAUX, HUNO, HUNOS, HUNOT, UNO, and UNOT.
In French Canada, phonetic spelling has changed names: The English name FARNSWORTH became PHANEUF. The German name RISING became RAIZENNE. Geography North America Canada History and Timeline Canada Capital: Ottawa Population: 37, The Geography of Canada Borders: United States (longest shared border in the world of 5, miles), maritime borders with Greenland and Saint Pierre and Miquelon, water borders include the Atlantic Ocean, Pacific Ocean, and the Arctic Ocean.
Physical features of canada 1. Physical Features of Canada Unit 5 Notes 2. Great Lakes 5 large freshwater lakes in central North America HOMES (Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Erie, Superior) Serve as the industrial heartland of the continent One of the worlds busiest shipping areas Most of Canadas population lives in this region.
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Kids Learning Tube Download the Kids Learning Tube App here for an ad-free viewing experience:iPhone iPad AbstractThe United States and Canada have each had their own strong national geographic names authorities since the end of the nineteenth century.
Toponymic issues each authority addresses are often similar, and cooperation between the two countries on geographical names topics would appear to be of value to both.
From Canadian records, the main areas of common interest and Cited by: 1. Geography. Canada is the second-largest country by total area in the world after Russia, covering an area of 9, sq km (3, sq miles). It is bordered to the west by the North Pacific Ocean and Alaska in the northwest, to the east by the Atlantic Ocean, to the north by the Arctic Ocean, to the northeast by Greenland (across the Nares Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins.
The map depicts Indigenous place names across Canada, shared by permission of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit communities and people.
The names express territorial rights and describe the shapes, sounds, and stories of sovereign lands. The names mark the locations of the gathering places, the communities, the places of danger and beauty, and.