Provinces
History
Food
Animals
Geography
100
Name four provinces of Canada
100
What year did Canada become a country?
1867
100
This famous Canadian dish consists of fries, gravy, and cheese curds
Poutine
100
What is the official animal of Canada?
Beaver
100
20% of this resource, which is one of the worlds most important natural resources is in Canada.
Water
200
which province is of the best places in the world to see the northern lights?
Northwest Territories
200
Which current Canadian province is the first area in North America to be explored by Europeans?
Newfoundland
200
77% of the worlds maple syrup is produced in which Canadian Province?
Quebec
200
Which bird in Canada is the only bird to have "Canada" in its name?
Canada goose
200
31 per cent of Canada is taken up by this landscape
Forest
300
This province has the oldest city in North America
Quebec
300
Who is the head of state of Canada?
The queen of England
300
What is the most purchased grocery store food in Canada?``
Macaroni and Cheese
300
224 car accidents are caused by this animal every year.
Moose
300
How many time zones are in Canada
Six
400
What year did Newfoundland join Canada?
1949
400
When did Canada get its official flag?
1965
400
What is the most popular drink in Canada?
Beer
400
15,500 of the worlds 25,000 population of this animal live in Canada
Polar bear
400
This famous group of painters are known for painting only Canadian landscapes.
Group of seven
500
What does Nunavut translate to in Inuktitut?
"our land"
500
Where did the word "Canada" come from?
The name “Canada” comes from the word “Kanata” used by the Iroquois
500
Canada is the largest exporter and producer of which fruit?
Blueberries
500
In which province is the Narcisse Snake Dens, which has the most snakes in a concentrated area in the world
Manitoba
500

What is the highest mountain in Canada?

Mount Logan

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