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100

This sir was the first Prime Minister of Canada.

Who is Sir John A. Macdonald?

100

The province to the west of Saskatchewan is called this.

What is Alberta?

100

This coin is worth $1 but is commonly called this, named after the bird on the coin.

What is a Loonie?

100

This city is the capital of Canada.

What is Ottawa?

100

This football team is the only pro-league team in Saskatchewan.

What are the Saskatchewan Roughriders?

200

This current PM also had a father that was PM.

Who is Justin Trudeau?

200

Yukon, Nunavut and the Northwest Territories are all examples of this in Canada.

What are territories?

200

This coin is worth $2 and rhymes with the name of the $1 coin.

What is a Toonie?

200

This person is the title of the person in charge of Canada.

Who is the Prime Minister?

200

This is the name of the football league in Canada.

What is the Canadian Football League (CFL)?

300

This woman was the first female PM.

Who is Kim Campbell?

300

Canada has this many provinces.

What is 10 provinces?

300

People in other countries often call Canadian money, monopoly money because of this feature of our bills.

What is the color?

300

This house is where the MP's meet to discuss and vote on bills and laws. It is typically green.

What is the House of Commons?

300

This Indigenous sport is the national summer sport of Canada.

What is lacrosse?

400

This PM shares a name with an early explorer of Canada.

Who is Alexander Mackenzie?

400

This country borders Canada on the south.

What is the USA?

400

This coin hasn't been used in Canada since 2012.

What is a penny?

400

This level of government is above the House of Commons. The people that meet here are called Senators and it is typically red.

What is the Senate?

400

This Canadian hockey team shares its name with a high speed mode of transportation.

Who are the Winnipeg Jets?

500

This Prime Minister served three different times and has a name that connects to royalty.

Who is Mackenzie King?

500

Canada is on this continent.

What is North America?

500

This royal is on most of our Canadian money.

Who is Queen Elizabeth (II)?

500

This person represents the Queen when she's not in Canada.

Who is the Governor-General?

500

This sport was invented by James Naismith in Canada using two peach baskets and a ball.

What is basketball?

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