By: Khalid Dahir
Climate: The Interior Plains has long, cold winters and short, hot summers. Winters in the Interior Plains are able to go as low as -30°C, and summers that reach above 30°C. The farther north you go, the colder it becomes, no matter the season. The Interior plains get less precipitation than most other regions in Canada . The precipitation in the interior plains is averaged between 300 mm and 500 mm.The driest areas in the south west get an average of 271 days a year with no precipitation.
Economic Activities: The Interior Plains has a couple of major economic activities such as, agriculture, mining. Agriculture is split into 2 parts; livestock and vegetable. The livestock grown in the Interior Plains are; cattle, pigs, poultry, etc.. Vegetables grown in the Interior Plains are usually wheat, barley, oats, flax, canola, mustard, potatoes, corn and sugar beets.
Location and Landscape: The Interior Plains is located in west-central Canada. The east boundary of the Interior plains is at 96°W, west at 135°W, north at 70°N, and the southern end of Canada at 49°N. The Interior plains has an area of about 1 900 000 km, as well as 19 percent of Canada's population. The interior planes is the 4th largest region on Canada.
Convincing Paragraph: I think you should stay in the Interior Plains because the Interior Plains has really cold and long winters, but it has hot summers, but its very short. Winters can somewhat benefit farmers because it waters they're plants when the snow melts in spring and eventually helps the soil. It also benefits in regards to winter related recreational activities like skiing, hockey, skating swimming, but when it's summer which is very hot they're are recreational activities you can do like soccer, jogging, basketball etc... They're are also less insects in the cold such as mosquitoes because they cant survive in the cold which is good if you don't like insects and pests. It's also a great place to farm especially for wheat farmers since the Interior Plains are known for they're wheat. This is why i think the Interior Plains is the best place to live in.