Canada mapped only by rivers, streams & lakes
Vancouver Island and southern British Columbia
Lake Manicouagan (Quebec)
Southern Saskatchewan & Alberta
Great Slave Lake and Lake Athabasca
Nunavut (Canadian Arctic Archipelago)
Maritime Provinces (New Brunswick, Nova Scotia & Prince Edward Island)
Lakes Winnipeg, Winnipegosis, Manitoba & Cedar
The Yukon River
Canadian Provinces and Territories named after the river its capital city sits on
– Canadian watersheds
In BC, the Colquitz River empties into Portage Inlet, which drains into the Gorge Waterway. Both of these rather large bodies of tidal water merge with Victoria Harbour, where our Capital Buildings sit. So it is actually the Colquitz River, which outflows from the Elk/Beaver Lakes system, which is the largest freshwater river closest to Victoria, not the tidal Gorge Waterway.
Where’s our half of the Great Lakes?
This is amazing to see. Imagine the dangers in running a pipeline thousands of kilometers across any part of this country,
Much safer than driving tankers and trains millions of kilometers a year and wasting gas to get the oil to their destinations
That is NOT Hudson Bay – it’s James Bay
Saint John River / Wolastoqiyik goes through Fredericton, NB. Not Petticodiac.