Canada Cities Map Quiz

Click the name of each highlighted Canadian city on the map.
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Last updated: October 28, 2018
First submittedNovember 21, 2014
Times taken73,861
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Select City
Calgary
Charlottetown
Churchill
Edmonton
Fort
McMurray
Halifax
Iqaluit
Montreal
Ottawa
Quebec City
Regina
Sault Ste.
Marie
St. John's
Thunder Bay
Toronto
Vancouver
Victoria
Whitehorse
Windsor
Winnipeg
Yellowknife
This City is:
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Level 80
Jun 30, 2013
7/20. I am so American.
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Level 80
Jun 30, 2013
because Bolivians are all experts in Canadian geography?
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Level 52
May 28, 2017
Have you met the Gabonese they can pin-point the coordinates of ever town in Canada.
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Level 61
Aug 15, 2017
Clearly you've never been to Brunei!
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Level 81
Jun 18, 2018
PaperSalad must be from Whitehorse.
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Level 49
Jan 17, 2015
I got 13 and I misclicked for ones I didnt mean too .. lol
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Level 66
Sep 3, 2015
5/20. I am so European.
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Level 58
Nov 22, 2015
20/20 with 2:38 remaining on my first try. I'm so Canadian.
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Level 44
Jul 30, 2016
16/20 I'm (so) European...
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Level 9
Jul 21, 2017
21/21 with 3:08 left! I would have been faster but I had to find the cities on the list.
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Level 63
May 13, 2018
20/21 I'm so Austrian
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Level 81
Apr 29, 2019
2:41 left. My state is so surrounded by Canada.
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Level 41
Jun 24, 2019
Which state?
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Level 67
Jun 21, 2019
2/20 I am so not a geography nerd ( besides countrynames) dont get me wrong, still a nerd though, just in other subjects :D
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Level 41
Jun 30, 2013
Can you make a US cities map quiz please?
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Level ∞
Jun 30, 2013
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Level 44
Feb 19, 2014
I know Churchill is always in maps of Canada but it only has 900 people.
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Level 36
Feb 10, 2015
It is famous because Polar Bears
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Level 24
Mar 14, 2014
20/20 I am in canada
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Level 89
Oct 4, 2014
Where's Fredericton and Iqaluit?
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Level 86
Nov 24, 2014
Instead of Fredericton it should be St John, make this quiz really difficult.
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Level ∞
Nov 2, 2015
Added Iqaluit. Fredericton makes things too crowded.
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Level 47
Feb 9, 2015
20/20 and I am American.
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Level 14
Jul 27, 2015
I think Canadian geography should be taught at a compulsory rate for northern states
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Level 47
Dec 23, 2015
What no Alert on this map. The five people who live there must be outraged. It would be a fair candidate for this quiz as it is the northernmost permanent settlement in the world.
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Level 48
Jul 29, 2019
Lol it doesn't even show northern Nunavut xD btw, Alert has a population of 62
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Level 49
Dec 23, 2015
The map would be too crowded with many more. Looking at size and fame, I was thinking that Moncton, Saskatoon, Hamilton, Kitchener/Waterloo, Tremblant, Banff...might all be on there... What about funny ones like: Ball's Falls, Head-Smashed-In-Buffalo-Jump, Saint-Louis-du-Ha! Ha!, Dildo, Climax, Big Beaver or Swastika (who voted to keep their name after WW2 cus "We had it first")... :)
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Level 27
Dec 23, 2015
pretty happy with 19/21 for 12 year brit
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Level 43
Dec 23, 2015
20% of quiz-takers don't know where Toronto is... These are people who decide to take a geography quiz for fun...
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Level 67
Jun 21, 2019
Not everyone allways do the things they know they would get 100% for... You would learn nothing new that way.

sports(people) is something I wouldnt do for fun, I dont know anything there and am not interested in knowing and I dont really see the point, cause it is different in 10 years again.

this one I took especially to see what I would score and new it wouldnt be great, but thought it was time I DID know where some of the most known ones are.

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Level 21
Dec 24, 2015
20/20. 3:04 left. That was quite easy, I'm surprised Fredericton and Hamilton didn't make the list.
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Level 65
May 23, 2016
Nice quiz. However, I think they should have added Saskatoon, Inuvik and Kamloops. The north of this maps is very desolate-looking and British Columbia and Sakatchewan are empty, for the most part.
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Level 61
Jan 8, 2017
In fairness to BC though, most of the major cities are in the lower mainland.
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Level 27
Oct 17, 2016
20/21 never been to Canada :)
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Level 60
Oct 28, 2016
And Saskatoon?
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Level 60
Dec 23, 2016
13/20.... Pretty good for an American, I guess, but it's sad how little I know about Canada even though I live a couple hour's drive away.
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Level 43
Dec 31, 2016
21/21 at the first attempt. And I'm not Canadian or American.
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Level 56
May 8, 2017
17/21 isn't good for 5, even 4 points? :(
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Level 43
Nov 14, 2017
Only got 5 cities :(
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Level 52
Jan 8, 2018
19/21 and Im American
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Level 49
Feb 19, 2019
please make a Canada badge
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Level 65
Oct 21, 2019
I wish!
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Level 67
Jun 21, 2019
Ok, it is confirmed... I know absolutely nothing about canadian geography. My first guess was iqualit being something very northern because it seemed a more native name. And the one on the isalnd seemed a little less accesible, so seemed like the best guess and I was right..

Other than that I guessed thunder bay for anything that could be a bay ( and got it on the last one..) And knew toronto, vancouver, montreal and ottowa would be south and perhaps central and or on water ( didnt help me get them though..)

Dont feel bad though, I dont know the geography of any country :D All the countries thát I do know, but when it comes to cities....(or regions)

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Level 41
Jun 24, 2019
Could you please move Calgary a bit to the right. It looks a little off to me
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Level 22
Apr 11, 2020
On a few cities, I honestly got lucky, even though I'm a Canadian myself. Great quiz, looking forward for another canadian quiz soon!
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Level 59
Jul 16, 2020
20/21 mixed up Whitehorse and Yellowknife.
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Level 53
Oct 1, 2020
Could we consider maybe adding Prince George, British Columbia? I'm not entirely unbiased because it's in my area, but it's commonly referred to as BC's northern capital and serves as a hub to basically the entire northern half of the province. It's certainly more important to its region than some cities currently on the quiz (cough Sault St Marie cough). Additionally, Northern BC looks pretty empty on the quiz. Also, Saskatoon is a major city... it might be too close to Regina for a clean quiz, though.