Canada Geography Quiz

Answer these random Canadian geography questions.
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Last updated: April 10, 2020
First submittedFebruary 15, 2016
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What is Canada's smallest province?
Prince Edward Island
What is the capital of Canada?
Ottawa
What is the Canada's most populous city?
Toronto
What bay touches Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, and Nunavut?
Hudson Bay
What is the collective name of Horeshoe Falls, American Falls, and Bridal Veil Falls?
Niagara Falls
What are the two biggest lakes that are located entirely within Canada?
Great Bear Lake
Great Slave Lake
What is the tallest mountain in Canada?
Mount Logan
What U.S. city can be reached by driving north from Windsor, Ontario?
Detroit
What seaway connects the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean?
St. Lawrence Seaway
What is the collective name of Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba?
The Prairie Provinces
What is the capital of British Columbia?
Victoria
What is Canada's oldest National Park?
Banff
What city hosts a "Stampede" every year?
Calgary
What is Canada's largest island?
Baffin
What group of people tried to colonize Newfoundland around the year 1,000 A.D.?
Vikings
What is the name of rocky region that spans most of eastern Canada?
Canadian Shield
What is the name of the formerly rich fishing grounds off the island of Newfoundland?
Grand Banks
What bay is famous for having some of the world's largest tides?
Bay of Fundy
What famous ski resort is located about 120 kilometers north of Vancouver?
Whistler
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Level 72
Feb 15, 2016
Hard but interesting
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Level 74
Feb 16, 2016
If it's a Canada quiz, wouldn't the more Canadian question be "What Canadian city can be reached by driving south from Detroit?"?
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Level 79
Jun 28, 2016
No, Detroit is north of Windsor.
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Level 65
Jun 28, 2016
I think he means that the question should be framed in such a way that the answer is the Canadian city, not the American one.
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Level 81
Jun 22, 2018
My head hurts.
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Level 75
Dec 18, 2018
And this parrot is dead
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Level 74
Aug 31, 2018
Yes, I think that's what Jerry meant, and he phrased the question correctly, reflecting the fact that Detroit is indeed north of Windsor, despite Canada generally being north of the US.
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Level 72
Feb 16, 2016
Got 14 from south of the border. Should have got Bay of Fundy but the other questions I had no idea.
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Level 75
Jun 28, 2016
O Canada!
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Level 67
Jun 28, 2016
This quiz is biased! Way too many questions about Canada!!! :-)
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Level 70
Jun 28, 2016
I tried all kinds of variation of Norse, Norwegians, Danes, etc. before trying Vikings. Maybe accept at least Norse?
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Level ∞
Jun 28, 2016
Okay
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Level 73
Jun 28, 2016
Maybe add questions (or at least one) about Québec and the territories? The Atlantic provinces are a bit short-changed as well...

Otherwise, good quiz!

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Level 77
Jun 28, 2016
Perhaps just make more quizzes about Canada, and balance the questions out overall - this one seems fine as it is (of course, I'm from Alberta)
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Level 73
Jun 29, 2016
You know what, I just read all the questions again and you're right. Although it made me spot a little mistake in the 3rd question: What is "the" Canada's most populous city? No need for the "the"...
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Level 57
May 13, 2020
Yeah it's fine but since it's geography some big ones were missed such as which populous Canadian city is located on an island (Montreal), Town famous for whale watching an oceanic national Park (Tadoussac), Largest Province by size (Quebec), Most populated Province (Ontario), etc.
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Level 44
Jul 19, 2016
EXTREMELY easy if you're Canadian! Got them all with 3:09 to spare.
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Level 50
Nov 7, 2020
Bi-national, here (USA/Canada). I got them all right with 3:02 to spare. You beat me by 7 seconds!
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Level 59
Sep 19, 2016
17/20 is ok for an Englishman right?
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Level 50
Nov 7, 2020
I think so.
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Level 63
Sep 22, 2016
18/20 from a Kenyan. Impressive, isn't it?
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Level 50
Nov 7, 2020
Definitely!
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Level 65
Apr 1, 2017
I'm Canadian and I've never heard of the Great Bear Lake... time to go on google maps.
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Level 65
Apr 1, 2017
Oh.. that's the one shaped like an airplane.. I just didn't knew the name :)
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Level 67
Feb 18, 2020
The great bearplane lake
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Level 78
Jul 3, 2017
Too Detroit-centric. :-P
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Level 24
Sep 29, 2018
Every canadian should get 100% within that time limit, the toughest one to remember was the Grand Banks for me
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Level 45
Jan 3, 2019
Exactly the same for me. I finished with nearly two minutes still left on the clock. The only thing I struggled with was Grand Banks as well :)
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Level 47
Aug 30, 2019
Williams Lake always has a stampede each year too... but we are most known for our crime rate so I understand
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Level 58
May 13, 2020
The Bay of Fundy doesn't have "some" of the world's highest tides. It has THE world's highest tides.
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Level 52
May 13, 2020
I unironically read "the world's largest tiddies"
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Level 58
May 13, 2020
little grammatical error:

"what is the canada's largest city"

get rid of the.

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Level 75
May 13, 2020
Perhaps it was a translation from the French "le Canada"
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Level 20
May 13, 2020
im canadian and i missed hudson bay
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Level 43
May 13, 2020
I think it should be "Horseshoe Falls" instead of "Horeshoe Falls" for the question in the quiz.
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Level 49
Sep 2, 2020
It should be 'Canada's largest city', not 'the Canada's lagest city'. Other than that, great quiz!
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Level 68
Sep 6, 2020
There's a little typo here, Horeshoe is missing an S
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Level 50
Nov 7, 2020
I wouldn't have gotten all of these right if I hadn't been on Jetpunk so much within the last few weeks. I might have missed the names of the 2 biggest lakes entirely within Canada. I also definitely would not have guessed "Mount Logan", which I just learned about on another Canada-related quiz here on Jetpunk.