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Canada Provinces and Territories Quiz

Name the Canadian provinces and territories.
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(13)
100% mostly because we've been studying Canada for the last week or so in Geography in school. Would make it a little bit harder if the province was highlighted and then you would have to name it.
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Feb 23, 2012
(40)
yay 100% and im american...
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Feb 26, 2012
(28)
Im also American and got 100%. It probably doesnt count for me because I live in Minnesota...
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Jan 19, 2015
(35)
Also it's a lot easier to memowize 13 names as opposed to 50
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Aug 18, 2016
(44)
I'm Canadian and PEI is used for prince edward island by everyone I know! Accept it!
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Mar 14, 2012
(67)
i am non canadian and i tried pei and was like wtf why not accepted
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Apr 20, 2012
(26)
100%. EASY.
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Apr 12, 2012
(2)
3/13 :0 I only knew Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia lol but it's okay because I'm not Canadian(;
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Apr 20, 2012
(35)
Is it okay?
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Aug 11, 2016
(23)
:l
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Aug 25, 2016
(11)
New Brunswick is the BEST province guys. I don't know why it's the least guessed
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May 25, 2012
(29)
because it isnt...?
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Sep 4, 2012
(43)
Its the only one i missed and its also the most irrelevent
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Nov 3, 2014
(66)
'Coz it's out of alphabetical order.
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Jul 1, 2016
(35)
Nunavut is now the least guessed. That seems strange to me, because it's the first one I learned about....
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Aug 19, 2016
(1)
To be honest, guys, "PEI" should /not/ be accepted as Prince Edward Island. It's common to just say it like that, but really, are you all so lazy that you can't type out the full name? I don't see anyone complaining about how British Columbia should be shortened to "BC," or Northwest Territories to "NWT." Seriously...
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May 28, 2012
(33)
I always call it B.C. said the canadian gal.
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Oct 31, 2014
(20)
I only got 7/13 -- and I am frustrated because I typed "Prince Edward's Island" instead of "Prince Edward Island," I always thought it was possessive...and without even just an "s" it sounds strange...but I am not Canadian so I really don't know.
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Jul 19, 2012
(68)
I think I made the same mistake then started trying other variations thinking I had the wrong prince.
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Jan 2, 2014
(18)
You got an island, just not the right one.
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Nov 19, 2016
(25)
nunavut was hard though
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Jul 25, 2012
(21)
I tried spelling Saskatchewan about 10 different ways, and none of them with a k in it.
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May 9, 2013
(7)
12 out of 13. could not spell Saskatchewan properly
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May 19, 2013
(17)
I am in saskatchewan in the largest city in there
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Feb 27, 2014
(17)
Guess
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Feb 27, 2014
(60)
Saskatoon... of course. It's VERY obvious.
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Jul 7, 2014
(59)
Regina is the largest city in Saskatchewan.
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Jul 1, 2016
(31)
Wait. Where's Canada again?
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May 23, 2013
(7)
really it is north America
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Jun 19, 2013
(36)
Between North and South Dakota. But the really important question is... WHEN is Canada?
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Jan 2, 2014
(21)
it's all the time, and when you want it to be ....
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Aug 10, 2016
(18)
Canada is in the Pacific Ocean, between Tuvalu and Fiji.
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Nov 19, 2016
(16)
I got them all with 2:07 left, and I'm an American...
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Jun 10, 2013
(43)
And?
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Aug 4, 2016
(36)
10 out of 13. Good quiz.
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Jun 15, 2013
(56)
12/13 Still not remember how to spell Saskatchewan...
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Jul 16, 2013
(13)
I live in Saskatchewan and I find it hilarious how we have to memorize all 50 states in our school system but you Americans don't even have to know how to spell Saskatchewan
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Dec 15, 2013
(68)
I learned all the Canadian provinces when in school, and I had no problem spelling Sazketchowand, so keep your generalizations to yourself. :)
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Jul 1, 2016
(33)
well assuming their lack of knowledge of the outside world they're probably American
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Jan 2, 2014
(68)
This American knows enough to not accept racist and inaccurate stereotypes about groups of people and then go repeating them online which makes one look like a complete fool.
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Jan 2, 2014
(67)
racist? sounds more of a jab toward a nationality than a race
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Jan 3, 2014
(68)
Race is an artificial construct, same as nationality. Often the two things coincide and the difference is really pretty meaningless when it comes to things like personal bigotry. "American" is as much a "race" as German or Mexican. Which word would you prefer I use? "Prejudiced against a nationality" is a bit of a mouthful.
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Jan 3, 2014
(44)
Perhaps "xenophobia" is the most applicable? Dictionary definitions of xenophobia include: deep-rooted, irrational hatred towards foreigners (Oxford English Dictionary; OED), unreasonable fear or hatred of the unfamiliar (Webster's). I can find no reference for the mere ignorance of other cultures.
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Mar 23, 2014
(44)
Xenophobia implies foreigners being feared/hated on one's home soil. England's hatred of France is not xenophobia. Neither is American-bashing. But I wouldn't call it racism, which is usually a color issue at its basest. It's bigoted, and prejudicial. Does it need a prettier label?
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Aug 15, 2014
(20)
It depends, Asians in America are actually smarter and know more about the world than average Canadian or average white person in any other country. For example, I'm Asian living in California and I got 100% on this quiz, which is something even most canucks can't do lol
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Jun 15, 2016
(48)
The last time I did a Jetpunk quiz was.... last year!
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Jan 2, 2014
(70)
Crap! I remembered Labrador, but i didn't realize that it was part of the larger province Newfoundland AND Labrador.
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Jan 2, 2014
(46)
Newfoundland is actually the smaller island and Labrador is the larger part which borders with Quebec...also I'm a Newfoundlander. How dear you forget us! lol jk
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Jan 2, 2014
(36)
100% with 1:46 left! I do live in Canada though. Also, a more appropriate title would be "Canadian Provinces and Territories Quiz."
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Jan 3, 2014
(57)
100% with 2:12 remaining. This feat would be much more impressive if I wasn't Canadian.
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Jan 3, 2014
(32)
Nunavut is so far north and so cold, that they want "none of it"
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Jan 6, 2014
(33)
Wow! How did I manage to forget BC
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Feb 7, 2014
(17)
north west territores yukon and nunavut are not provinces they are territores
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Feb 11, 2014
(8)
Sorry Canada. I only got 7. :c
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Feb 18, 2014
(56)
bloody nunavut ! I kept on trying it with a "h" at the begining...
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Mar 6, 2014
(60)
Hunavut... Attila's winter fishing grounds.
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Jul 7, 2014
(44)
100%, first try - and yes, I am in the US. Some of us CAN do it!
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Mar 22, 2014
(12)
got them all bc im canadian yay :))
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May 2, 2014
(32)
EAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY!!!!!!
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Jun 29, 2014
(34)
11/13...Okay for an American; but I know the Australian territories better. Well they are fewer!
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Jun 29, 2014
(43)
And closer to me, from New Zealand.
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Aug 4, 2016
(48)
"Northwest" or at least "Northwest territory" should be accepted for Northwest Territories.
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Jul 5, 2014
(8)
Or they could just accept NWT because it's basically what everyone who lives here calls.
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Dec 3, 2015
(34)
11/13 first try. American
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Sep 16, 2014
(32)
Too easy, got it done in 2:12. Been to British Columbia a lot for snowboarding, which helped me meet plenty of Canucks.
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Oct 6, 2014
(28)
If "PEI" is acceptable for Prince Edward Island, then BC definitely ought to be acceptable for British Columbia, since most Canadians say BC, whereas people don't say PEI nearly so much.
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Feb 5, 2015
(51)
I live in the US and I grew up calling it BC, as well.
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Jul 27, 2015
(8)
I don't know about you but everyone I know calls Prince Edward Island "PEI"...
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Dec 3, 2015
(2)
13/13 and I learned these two years ago and I hadn't studied them since.
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Mar 3, 2015
(16)
10/13. I'm pretty satisfied with that result :)
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Mar 25, 2015
(9)
im 12 and i can name 184 countries, all 50 states and capitals, canadian provinces and capitals, chinese provinces and capitals.
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Apr 18, 2015
(47)
That's a great effort, there's 196 countries in all get learning those other 12 and you'll be able to impress plenty of people in school with that!
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Jan 11, 2016
(3)
That was easy. I got a 100% on first try and I am American.
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May 13, 2015
(21)
I just keep forgetting how to spell saskatchewan. It's so tricky!
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Jul 8, 2015
(20)
Easy quiz.
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Jul 27, 2015
(11)
I'm not canadian and I got 13/13
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Oct 2, 2015
(18)
I kept trying Minnesota...
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Nov 19, 2015
(41)
I can't spell Nunavut and Saskuachan for the life of me.
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Dec 4, 2015
(60)
50% isn't bad.
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Jul 1, 2016
(16)
Nunavut, Yukon, and Northwest Territories are not provinces; they are territories.
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Dec 11, 2015
(50)
Read the directions.
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Feb 25, 2016
(7)
How on earth did I spell Saskatchewan correctly?
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Feb 27, 2016
(59)
On the coloured map it looks like little bits of Nunavut are falling down into James Bay.
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Mar 6, 2016
(52)
there are only ten provinces there are three territories
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Apr 16, 2016
(24)
I thought Quebec was a country. LOL
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Jun 16, 2016
(20)
Since Newfoundland is accepted for Newfoundland and Labrador, I think it should accept Northwest for Northwest Territories because the quiz is about provinces and territories.
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Jun 25, 2016
(21)
I was looking for some sort of mention of this. Kept wondering why I wasn't getting it until I put in "territory". "northwest" should be made adequate please!
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Jul 4, 2016
(60)
NWT should probably be accepted, it's commonly used, just like PEI & BC.
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Jul 1, 2016
(36)
Great quiz. Got them all right and jumped to a new level.
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Jul 1, 2016
(51)
Is anything happening in Canada that we have both the map quiz yesterday and the "mention the provinces and territories" quiz today?
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Jul 1, 2016
(63)
That would be Canada Day.
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Jul 1, 2016
(56)
Lol, gamer
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Jul 3, 2016
(58)
Speaking of which, HAPPY CANADA DAY!!!!!!!
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Jul 1, 2016
(68)
Looking back I find it sad that when I was in school in the 1960s we were tested several times on the Canadian provinces and their capitals, but we had only one brief lesson on the states and districts of Mexico. As a result I still remember all the Canadian provinces well, but very few of the Mexican states.
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Jul 1, 2016
(33)
I kept typing northwestern territories, before finally realising the 'ern' wasn't on there with 30 seconds to spare :P
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Jul 2, 2016
(49)
As an Aussie, I don't feel too bad about missing Manitoba. Not as easy as I thought it'd be.
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Jul 5, 2016
(43)
A a kiwi, I missed New Brunswick, and Nanuvit. For some reason I kept thinking that Nanuvit was Kanuk!
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Aug 4, 2016
(35)
I like how they didn't even try to include most of the arctic islands. "Hey, what about this whole part of the country?" "Nah, it's probably fine. Besides, that whole area has a population of, like, 3 people."
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Aug 19, 2016
(33)
100% and I'm Finnish
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Aug 22, 2016
(3)
Soooo easy I never thought it could be so easy to lelarn everything so quickly.
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Nov 1, 2016
(45)
An Acronym for it is BASMOQN (Bats Always Sleep More On Quiet Nights) (Bats=British Columbia, Always=Alberta, Sleep=Saskatchewan, More=Manitoba, On= Ontario, Quiet=Quebec, Nights=Nunavut) That is just the main bottom row ones.
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Dec 2, 2016
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