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100

This national holiday is celebrated on July 1st every year as Canada's birthday.

What is Canada Day?

100

These two European countries contributed to the establishment of modern Canada.

What are England and France?

100

This is the official tree of Canada featured on the flag.

What is the maple tree?

100

This animal is Canada's national symbol.

What is the beaver?

100

This Canadian city has the most tourists.

What is Toronto?

200

This potato and cheese dish is covered in gravy.

What is poutine?

200

This is the group of native indigenous people who live in the Arctic regions of Canada.

Who are the Inuit?

200

These are the official colors of Canada.

What are red and white?

200

These dogs are famous for their sled-pulling strength and speed.

What are huskies?

200

This Canadian tower used to be the tallest in the world.

What is the CN Tower?

300

Anne of Green Gables is from this smallest province in Canada.

What is Prince Edward Island?

300

The Halloween expression "trick or treat" was first used in this Canadian province.

What is Alberta?

300

This is the year that Canada got its official flag.

What is 1965?

300

This type of duck is found on the Canadian 1-dollar coin.

What is a loon?

300

This is the largest waterfall in the world.

What is Niagara Falls?

400

Canadians consume 1.7 million boxes of Kraft Dinner which is made of these two basic ingredients.

What are macaroni and cheese?

400

These traditional, decorated wooden poles are common in the northwest parts of Canada.

What are totem poles?

400

This is the number of points on the maple leaf of the Candian flag.

What is 11?

400

This animal is found on the Canadian 25-cent coin.

What is a moose?

400

These mountains are the largest mountain range in North America and stretch across the United States and Canada.

What are the Rocky Mountains?

500

This is Canada's favorite sport.

What is ice hockey?

500

This name is used instead of "native" or "indigenous" people whol live above the Arctic Circle.

What is First Nations?

500

What Canadian province uses a flag with the fleur-de-lis?

What is Quebec?

500

The one dollar and two dollar coins have been given these rhyming names.

What is the loonie and the toonie?

500

Canada is home to this oldest brewery in North America.

What is Molson Canada?

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