Settlement patterns in canada

Can you name the settlement patterns of canada

A settlement is a place where people _______
people are______creatures
we like_________
people first grouped together in a__________
people_______to survive
and people also_________ to survive and didn't necessarily stay in one place
when farming skills developed people became more__________
When farming produced more______than needed people turned to other occupations and moved closer together.
surplus_____was then sold to these people(who lived in larger settlements)
Access to______supply
fertile soil for_____
______ for fuel
_______ for animals to graze on
during the 17th and 18th centuries immigrants from France settled on both sides of the_________River where the land was fertile
the river was a vital water______and transport route for goods from europe
to give___________accses to the river,landlords divided the land into long narrow strips at right angles to the water front
this type of arrangement is called the_________system
each lot was called a____
in 1760_______immigrants started to settle in Ontario(upper Canada)
these immigrants were joined by american________in 1780
most of the land was divided into rectangular townships parallel to the shores of the_____
townships were divided into farms separated by_____
government decided to intersperse these properties with land for the_____
and the_____
extra roads were added to transport______to allow them to defend against attacks
these extra roads allowed farm families to travel further along lake_______
as a result Ontario's population is more_______than quebecs
In Atlantic Canada, ______had the biggest impact where people settled
Newfoundlands interior is mainly____with a few patches of good soil
the________industry was dominant so most families lived in little hamlets along the coast line
in the 1960s government consolidated the hamlets into larger centers to make it easier to provide public services such as_______
in B.C. and western Alberta settlements were located in_______
they usually related to the resource industries of__________
on the coast of_______
fishing and_______
in the praries the 'homestead act of 1872'divided western Canada into townships each consisting of__square mile sections
the sections were divided into four quarter sections of 65 hectares(ha)called__________
these quarter sections were sold to people who wanted to become farmers for $____
some land were given to________________to encourage them to build across the praries
in most parts of the world'___________'farming'was practiced where farmers produced food only for themselves and their families
on the prairie farming was_________from the start to sell to the rest of Canada and Europe
________were built to bring wheat to the east coast(st Lawrence river) for shipment to europe
the branch lines could not be more than a_________journey(by horse and cart) away from the farms
grain '_________' (storage units for grain)were built approximately 20 miles apart along the railway lines
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