Nova Scotia
Food & Drink
Riddle
Holiday
Bible

100

How many provinces border Nova Scotia by land?

One 

100

A dried plum is properly known as a _______?

Prune    

100

A cowboy rides into town on Friday, stays for three days, then leaves on Friday. How did he do it?

 His horse‚Äôs name was Friday.

100

What day of the week is Thanksgiving Day held in Canada?

Monday (second Monday of October)

100

Who built the Great Ark?

Noah

200

In what town is the Annapolis Valley Apple Blossom Festival parade held?

Kentville

200

A calzone is a type of .....

(a) potato     (b) peach     (c) pizza

 (c) pizza

200

You walk into a room with a match, a kerosene lamp, a candle, and a fireplace. Which do you light first?

The match

200

Which country celebrates the Day of the Dead?

Mexico

200

In which town was Jesus born?

Bethlehem

300

How many counties are there in Nova Scotia?

18

The counties are: Shelburne, Yarmouth, Kings, Annapolis, Hants, Digby, Queens, Halifax, Lunenbourg, Guysborough, Antigonish, Pictou, Cumberland, Colchester, Cape Breton, Richmond, Inverness and Victoria.

300

What type of food is a yam?

A potato (root vegetable)

300

What word begins and ends with an E but only has one letter?

 Envelope

300

What is celebrated on Easter Sunday?

The resurrection of Jesus

300

What was Joseph's occupation?

Carpenter

400

What is the large fortress in the middle of Halifax called?

Citadel

400

A Bloody Mary is stirred with which vegetable?

Celery

400

What is at the end of a rainbow?

 The letter W.

400

What is the highest selling flower at Valentines?

Roses

400

Which angel told Mary that she would have a baby?

Gabriel

500

What year did Nova Scotia join confederation?

1867

500

What type of shellfish are King, Coconut and Blue are all types of?

Crab 

500

How is Europe like a frying pan?

Because it has Greece at the bottom.

500

What type of fancy hat is traditionally worn at Easter time?

Easter bonnet

500

By what name was Peter the apostle also known?

Simon