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Canada Cities Learning

Directions

INSTRUCTIONS

Click on the number of cities below the guess box. This will show that many of the largest cities on the map with markers and labels.. You can click SHOW/HIDE POP and SHOW/HIDE RANK to display or not display that info next to each city name. The cities you have memorized and removed from the map are stored as a browser cookie so whenever you come back to the map (using the same browser) they will still be there. Clearing your cookies will therefore reset the saved cities as well.

To practice learning, you can double-click on a city’s marker to remove it from the map and move it to the right panel of ‘Cities Memorized.’ To Undo the previous movement of a city to the memorized list, simply click UNDO LAST under the list of cities on the right. To move ALL cities back to the map click RESET ALL (be careful this resets everything!). To move a single city back simply double-click on the icon to the right of the city name.

This is NOT a quiz, just a learning tool, so you can’t answer anything into the guess box nor are there high scores.

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Fergenaprido
12 days ago

Hey Darin. Loving this new study tool.

How come for Nova Scotia you use “Urban Areas & Population Centers” page from citypop.de instead of “Major Cities & Towns” like all other provinces?

Also, the coordinated for St. John’s look off (I’m guessing because there’s a large amount of rural area or water included, so the marker isn’t near the city centre?).

Lloydminster (part) should probably just be listed as “Lloydminster”, and you may want to combine the Alberta & Saskatchewan numbers since it’s a single city divided by two provinces. Same for Flin Flon, but it’s not big enough to make the list here.

And Townships in Ontario are just like Townships in New Jersey: they’re equal to all other municipalities in the province, whether City, Town, Village, Municipality, or other. IMO they really should be included in your quizzes – I always struggle to remember which rural municipalities are classified as “township” and which as “municipality” when everything else about them is the same.

Thanks for all that you do. 🙂

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