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General
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What are the two national languages of Canada?

English and French

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Where are many of Canada's urban centres located?

The south

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What are the political subdivisions of Canada?

10 provinces and 3 territories

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What is the largest city in Canada?

Toronto

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What are the two national sports of Canada?

Ice Hockey and Lacross

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What is the national symbol of Canada?

Maple leaf

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What is the highest mountain in Canada?

Mount Logan

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When did Canada adopt the maple leaf flag?

1960

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What is capital of Canada?

Ottawa

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What is the monetary unit in Canada?

 Dollar

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Which symbol was the first to emerge as an emblem of Canada?

The beaver

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Which animals can you see in Banff National Park?

Grizzly bear, black bear, bald eagle, wolves, moose and bison

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Which countries established settlement in Canada?

France and England

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Where is Cape Breton located?

Nova Scotia

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What is the major religion in Canada?

Christian

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What are the chief agricultural products of Canada?

Beef cattle, milk, wheat, hogs, chickens, canola, eggs

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What oceans surround Canada?

Atlantic, Pacific and Arctic Oceans

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What year was the settlement of Quebec?

1608

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Name 4 key facts about Montreal

1. Second largest city in Canada

2. Financial and cultural capital

3. French speaking

4. Skyscrapers, historic buildings and attraction parks

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How many time zones in Canada?

Six

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When is the national holiday and what is it called?

Canada Day, July 1

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What is the climate of southeastern Canada?

Warm summers and cool to cold winters

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How many national parks are there in Canada?

48

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What is Whistler known for?

Being the largest and most famous alpine ski destination in the world.

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What is the Canadian motto?

A Mari usque ad Mare (From Sea to Sea)

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