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The Great Lakes Lowland: Transportation Student Centre

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Here are some Web links to help you with your research.

 

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The Trent-Severn Waterway

The Trent-Severn Waterway is an important part of the history of transportation in the Great Lakes Lowland. It was first built to provide a safe route for cargo between Lake Ontario and Lake Huron. Today, it is a haven for recreational boaters. At this Web site, you can find out more about the system. You can also view photographs and maps of the area.

 

The Greater Toronto Airports Authority

Air travel is very important in the Great Lakes Lowland. On any given day, hundreds of planes take off and land at Pearson International Airport. It is the largest airport in the country. It is run by the Greater Toronto Airports Authority. At their Web site, you can learn about the environmental issues involving the airport. You can also find out everything you need to know about flying into or out of Canada's busiest airport!

 

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