Geography
Places and animals
Canada facts
Vancouver
Fun facts
100

Canada is the ————— largest country in the world.  

Second

100

What is the biggest city of Canada? 

Toronto

100

What colours are on the national flag?  

Red and white 

100

How many people live in Vancouver? 

600 000

100

Who is still considered  the ceremonial  head of Canada? 

the British monarch

King Charles III. 

200

What is the capital city of Canada?  

Ottawa

200

What is the name of the famous  waterfalls  ?

Niagara

200

What are the Canada’s two official languages? 

english and french 

200

What is the name of the province?   

British Columbia

200

How many time zones are in Canada? 

300

How many provinces and territories are in Canada?  

10 provinces and 3 territories 

300

Name 5 animals that live in Canada.  

Bears,polar bears,wolves,deer, mountain lion,lynx,beaver,bighorn sheep,bison,arctic fox,snowboardu owl,salmon

300

What province has the most french speaking people? 

Quebec 

300

Name 3 places you can visit in Vancouver?

Gas Town

Stanley Park

Capillano Suspension Bridge

Granville Island

Dr.Sun Yan Sen Chinese Garden

300

How do locals in Vancouver call 1$ and 2$ coin ?

Louny nad Towney

400

Name 3 oceans that surounded Canada. 

Pacific

Atlantic

Arctic

400

How many national parks are in Canada? 

41

400

What is the currency in Canada? 

Canadian dollar

400

Name typical dessert in Vancouver.  

Honey dipped donuts 

400

How do locals in Vancouver call racoons? 

Trash pandas

500

Name at least 3 provinces and 1 territory in Canada.  

Provinces:

Quebec,Ontario,Manitoba,Alberta,British Columbia,Saskatchewan,New Brunswick,Nova Scotia,Princ Edward Island,Newfoundland and Labrador

Territories:

Nunavut,Northwest Territories,Yukon 

500

What is the name of the city you can find at Newfoundland and Labrador?

St.John’s

500

What is the national anthem called? 

O,Canada

500

What is the name of the airport in Vancouver?   

Vancouver International Airport

500

Canada’s lakes and rivers contain ——% of all fresh water on Earth.

20%

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