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For example, Canada’s mountains form highland rims on the east, north and west sides of a plain-like, relatively low, interior surface. l. in the St Elias Mountains of southern Yukon. In the east, the Appalachian-Acadian Mountain system and the upturned southern edge of the Laurentide Highlands form a similar, but less imposing boundary. In the northeast, the Torngat Mountains of Labrador, and the mountains of Baffin, Axel Heiberg and Ellesmere islands, are a more broken, but scenically spectacular, barrier.
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2 Cold Seas, Lakes and Rivers The Canadian landmass is bordered by three oceans – the Pacific, the Atlantic and the Arctic. While both Pacific and Atlantic oceans are essentially open water oceans, the Arctic Ocean is different in that it is largely frozen for much of the year. One must also remember that the northern extremities of the western North Atlantic are iceinfested for several months of the year. The Arctic Ocean is central to the role that the cryosphere plays in Canada’s climate and the global climate system.