Interior Plains Research Paper

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The Interior Plains is also one of the many geographic regions Canada has. It stretches from the Atlantic Ocean all the way to the Gulf of Mexico. It is about 1300 kilometres wide in the south and only 275 kilometres in the north. The Interior Plains cover some parts of Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Alberta, British Columbia, Northwest Territories and Yukon. The interior Plains of Canada is composed of rolling hills and large flat valleys. It is also composed of deep wide river valleys. What composed those rolling hills are the deposits left by the glaciers. In the southern parts of the Interior Plains soil can be found, perfect for growing wheat. Some parts of the Interior Plains also contain a vast amount of minerals, oils, natural gases, and potash.
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