Interesting shape for a landmass. I can't help thinking of Australia every time I see that peninsula at top right.
Ooh, glacial lakes! And a clear NW-SE axis for the movement of glaciers, too.
Weeping Lake isn't a lake, though. On Earth, we have a "sea" that's technically a lake, but I can't think of any examples where the naming is inaccurate in the other direction.
People are going to start criticizing those rivers immediately. The western lakes are connected by rivers, but with no outlet to the sea. The main eastern river appears to have been overlaid arbitrarily; there's something unconvincing about how it connects to the lakes.
What do green, lime and gray shading signify?