Canada and the United States share one of the largest contiguous borders in the world. Canada is diverse with mountains in the west, plains in the central regions, and lowlands in the southeast.
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Restigouche River, a river in eastern Canada. From a source about 20 miles (32 km) northeast of Edmundston, New Brunswick, the Restigouche flows northeast to the Quebec border and then east, forming part of the border between the two provinces.

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Saskatchewan, one of the Prairie Provinces of Canada. It is bordered by Alberta and Manitoba, the Northwest Territories, and the states of Montana and North Dakota.

Geography of Manitoba

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