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Canadian Bridges - Chapter Summary
Whether you have a beginner's or advanced understanding of Canadian bridges, this chapter can help you gain full comprehension. Review fun lessons developed by top instructors to study the history and construction of these bridges, and take short quizzes to assess your knowledge. If you develop questions while examining the lessons, feel free to submit them to our experts. All resources in this chapter are available 24/7 to ensure your studies can fit into a busy schedule. After you've completed this chapter, you will be able to:
- Describe the history and construction of the Ambassador Bridge
- Explain how the Capilano Suspension Bridge was constructed
- Share facts about the Confederation Bridge and discuss its history
- Discuss the history of Lion's Gate Bridge and describe its construction
1. Ambassador Bridge: Construction, History & Facts
The Ambassador Bridge may be just what the name implies: a great ambassador. In this lesson, we'll check out this border-hopping structure and see what role it has played in American history.
2. Capilano Suspension Bridge: Construction, History & Facts
The Capilano Suspension Bridge has been a source of fascination for decades. In this lesson, we're going to explore its construction and history, and see what kind of bridge it really is.
3. Confederation Bridge: History, Type & Facts
The Confederation Bridge is the longest to span water...of a certain kind. In this lesson, we'll check out the history and design of this structure and see how it came to be.
4. Lion's Gate Bridge: History & Construction
Can a bridge help to develop a community? What if it was your goal in life to get a specific bridge built? In this lesson, explore the history of the Lion's Gate Bridge in Vancouver, British Columbia.
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