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Question 1: Lake Winnipeg is similarly named by the local ________, as is the location for the City of Winnipeg.
CreeEnoch Cree NationFrog Lake, AlbertaErmineskin Cree Nation

Question 2: With the closure of the HBC posts and stores in the second half of the 20th century, many coastal villages are now almost exclusively populated by ________ and Inuit people.
CreeEnoch Cree NationErmineskin Cree NationFrog Lake, Alberta

Question 3: One group of islands, with a reputable name, is the ________.
Mansel IslandBlacklead IslandLittle Cornwallis IslandBelcher Islands

Question 4: Hudson Bay (French: baie d'Hudson) is a large body of water in northeastern ________.
CanadaUnited KingdomUnited StatesBarbados

Question 5: This resulted in the establishment of ________, as a deep-sea port for wheat exports in 1929 after unsuccessful attempts at Port Nelson.
Selkirk, ManitobaChurchill, ManitobaWinnipegCanada

Question 6: ________: 78° to 95° W, 51° to 70° N.
World Geodetic SystemLongitudeGeographic coordinate systemLatitude

Question 7: The so-called "Arctic Bridge" would link Churchill, Manitoba and the Russian port of ________.
MoscowMurmanskSaint PetersburgVolgograd

Question 8: ________
Great Recycling and Northern Development CanalOgoki RiverSaint John, New BrunswickChurchill River (Hudson Bay)

Question 9: Another group includes the ________.
Payne IslandsOttawa IslandsLittle Cornwallis IslandAwrey Island

Question 10: Its vegetation is typically boreal forest, and to the north, ________.
Temperate broadleaf and mixed forestsMangroveTundraBiome


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