Canada from a height
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The area of Canada represents more than 10 million square kilometers, but the country has one of the lowest population densities in the world. Despite this, the Canadians managed to significantly alter the natural landscape of the country that was visible on aerial photographs and satellite images.
Tetfor Mines, Quebec.
River Red River in one of the districts of the city of Winnipeg, Manitoba.
The zigzag border between Canada and the United States near the Lac Metdzhermett, Quebec.
farmland near Saint-Pak, Quebec.
farmland north of Winkler, Manitoba.
Dandzhen State Park, Newfoundland.
Center Calgary, Alberta.
The fields in southwestern Manitoba.
farmland surround the small villages Preleyt (left) and Septra (right), Saskatchewan.
Golf Course near Saint Polycarp, Quebec.
Mont Royal, Montreal, Quebec.
Welland Canal and Welland River (at the top center of the image). Welland Canal connects Lake Ontario to Lake Erie.
Felled forest areas near Saint-Zhedeon-de-Beauce, Quebec.
Citadelle of Quebec, Quebec.
Six trains on the railway near the Saint-Lazare, Quebec.
Felled forest areas, access roads, exploration of oil near Lake Bernstik, Alberta.
Carved forest area under the power lines in eastern Canada.
Densely built-up area, near Cambridge, Ontario.
Granite quarry near La Baie, Quebec.
River near the Yamaska River, Quebec.
Treatment facilities near Terrebonne, Quebec.
Rio Tinto Alcan Company plant, which produces 220,000 tonnes of aluminum per year, in Quebec.
Wood in the bay off the coast of Nanaimo, British Columbia.
Trees in the middle of the field Sabrevua, Quebec.
Exploration of gas fields near Edson, Alberta.
Bay of Cap-aux-Meules, Les Ile-de-la-Madeleine, Quebec.
The streets of Montreal, Quebec.
Sharon Island, Quebec.
Trucks on the parking lot near Genco warehouse near Coteau-du-Lac, Quebec.
Exploration of gas fields in northern British Columbia.
Part of Dryden, Ontario.
Farms near Hafs Corners, Ontario.