Location and landscape
"The Interior Plains is located in west-central Canada"(The Interior Planes p.2). 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 Planes p.2). The Interior plains has an area of about 1 900 000 km^2, as well as 19 percent of Canada's population (The Interior Planes p.2). The interior planes is the 4th largest region in Canada.
The Largest cities in the Interior Plains are Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, and Regina (The Interior Plains p.2). The Interior plains fall under the mountain and central time zones (The Interior Plains p.2). The largest lakes in the interior plains is the Great Bear Lake, Great Slave Lake, and Lake Winnipeg (The Interior Plains p.2). The interior plains has flat plains, with gently rolling hills, lowlands, plateaus, foothills (The Interior Plains p.4). The interior plains also has escarpments, and Badlands (The Interior Plains p.4). Shallow ponds called sloughs and large areas of marshy wetlands can also be found in this region (The Interior Plains p.4).