April 1, 2019
Physiographic Regions of Canada are now available as an interactive map.
Canada’s landmass is very diversified and comprises several distinctive areas, called physiographic regions, each of which has its own topography and geology. Physiographic regions are large areas that share similar relief and landforms shaped by common geomorphic processes and geological history. Physiographic regions are often used to describe Canada’s geography to show regional differences in climate, vegetation, population and the economy.
This map shows the location of seven physiographic regions, twenty-one sub-regions and their divisions with accompanying descriptive images and text.
Visit the Physiographic Regions Interactive Map to learn more.