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Canadian Facts and Trivia - THE LAND
The five Great Lakes are incredibly varied in size, depth and characteristics.

Lake Superior, North America’s largest lake (and the world's largest freshwater lake), is the largest, deepest and coldest of the five, with ice cover sometimes lingering into June, while Lake Erie is the warmest and shallowest, and is more often than not the most frozen in the winter. Lake Ontario is the smallest, while Lake Huron has the longest shoreline.