Canada has over 3 million lakes . . . more than every other country in the world combined.
There are some two million lakes in Canada, covering about 7.6 percent of the Canadian landmass. The main lakes, in order of the surface area located in Canada (many large lakes are traversed by the Canada-U.S. border), are Huron, Great Bear, Superior, Great Slave, Winnipeg, Erie and Ontario. The largest lake situated entirely in Canada is Great Bear Lake (31,328 km2) in the Northwest Territories. The deepest lake is Great Slave Lake, N.W.T., 614 metres.
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Scracth just wanted to be argumentative... without using facts. (Scratch is on his menstrual cycle)