MUSIC
CANADA
FOOD
CANADIAN GEOGRAPHY
GENERAL
100

Name that Tune

Sixteen Tons

100

The __________  Company, with French, British and Aboriginal employees, came to dominate the trade in the northwest from Fort Garry (Winnipeg) and Fort Edmonton to Fort Langley (near Vancouver) and Fort Victoria.

Hudson’s Bay Company

100

What is used to make hummus?

Chickpeas

100

this is the birthplace of Confederation, connected to mainland Canada by one of the longest continuous multispan bridges in the world, the Confederation Bridge.

Prince Edward Island (P.E.I.)

100

South Wales is a province in which country?

Australia

200

Name that Tune 

Jambalaya

200

In 1867, Sir John Alexander Macdonald, a Father of Confederation, became Canada’s first Prime Minister. Where was he born?

 Scotland on January 11, 1815

200

Which famous soft drink was invented in 1892?

Coca Cola

*Dr. John S. Pemberton. He invented Coca‑Cola on 8th May 1886 in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr Pemberton tried it out on customers at his local chemist, Jacobs' Pharmacy, where it proved so popular it immediately went on sale at five cents a glass. 

200

This province’s identity is linked to shipbuilding.

Nova Scotia

200

Where the Aztec Empire was located?

In Central Mexico

300

Name that Tune

Sentimental Journey

300

Who became the first French Canadian Prime Minister since Confederation and encouraged immigration to the West. His portrait is on the $5 bill.

Sir Wilfrid Laurier

300

What two words were combined to make the word ‘Spam’?

Spiced Ham

300

Has the largest French speaking population outside of Quebec.

Ontario

300

 Which tunnel links the countries England and France?

Channel Tunnel

400

Name that Tune

Don't be Cruel

400

TRUE OR FALSE

At the time of Confederation, the vote was limited to property-owning adult white males.

TRUE

400

If you ordered an Omelet Arnold Bennett, what fish would you find in it?

Haddock

400

Which province is an important centre of Ukrainian culture, with 14% reporting Ukrainian origins, and the largest Aboriginal population of any province, at over 15%.

Manitoba

400

The largest coastland of the world is in which country?

Canada

500

Name that Tune

The Gambler

500

The effort by women to achieve the right to vote is known as the women’s suffrage movement. Its founder in Canada was Dr. __________. She was also the first Canadian woman to practice medicine in Canada.

Dr. Emily Stowe

500

Which is the only food that can never go off or go bad?

Honey

500

Province that boasts the world’s richest deposits of uranium and potash, used in fertilizer, and produces oil and natural gas.

Saskatchewan

500

Where was the first modern Olympics games were held?

Greece in 1896

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