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When does Canada celebrate its national day?

What is...July 1st


100

What is Canada's national sport? 

Double Points: if you can guess the two national sports

What is...Lacrosse and Hockey 


100

How many provinces are in Canada? 

What is...10 (British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland)

100

How many oceans border Canada? 

What is...3

100

Canada produces 80% of the world's supply of this substance

Hint: You eat it


What is...Maple Syrup 


200

What are Canada's national languages? 

What is...English and French

200

What is the Canadian $1 called? 

What is...The Loonie


200

How many times zone are there in Canada?

What is...6 (Pacific, Mountain, Central, Eastern, Atlantic, & Newfoundland)


200

Manitoba is also known as...

What is..."the land of 100,000 lakes" 


200

Most of Canada's 30 billion honeybees, of critical importance in the pollination of crops and whose prodigious output makes Canada one of the world's top five honey producers, are located in...

What is...The Prairies (Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba) 


300

What is the capital city of Canada? 

What is...Ottawa 


300

What animal is on the Canadian quarter? 

What is a...Caribou


300

How many territories are in Canada? 

What is...3 (Yukon, Northwest Territories, & Nunavut) 

300

Which country leads the world in salt-water coastline?

What is...Canada

300

Which sport was invented by a Canadian in 1891? 

What is...Basketball 


400

In what year did Canada become a country?

What is...1867

400

The Queen of England is on one side of a nickel. What is on the other side?

What is a...Beaver


400

Out of Canada's 3 largest cities, which one is an island? (Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver) 

What is...Montreal 


400

The sun first rises in this province near the ocean?

What is...Newfoundland and Labrador 


400

What are Canada's 3 largest cities (by population)

Double Points: if you can list the 3 largest cities by population in order

What is...Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver


500

In which year have women finally declared "persons" under Canadian law? 

What is...1929 


500

What sports game did Queen Elizabeth II attend in Canada in 1951? 

What is a...Hockey Game


500

Canada's highest mountain is located in which province/territory? 

What is...Yukon (Mount Logan) 


500

What percentage of Canada's surface is covered by its estimated 21,750 lakes? 

What is...9%

500

In 1964, the first Tim Hortons opened in Canada. What city was this in?

What is...Hamilton, Ontario


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