Canada Provinces and Territories Quiz

Name the provinces and territories of Canada.
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Last updated: August 30, 2018
First submittedApril 1, 2009
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Province
Alberta
British Columbia
Manitoba
Newfoundland and Labrador
New Brunswick
Province
Nova Scotia
Ontario
Prince Edward Island
Quebec
Saskatchewan
Territory
Nunavut
Northwest Territories
Yukon
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Level 63
Jun 26, 2010
8/13. I really don't know the states of Canada very well.
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Level 32
Dec 19, 2012
and that is why you got 8...
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Level 15
May 11, 2013
Really, do you live in Canada or the states???
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Level 58
Jul 2, 2019
I live in Pakistan and 13/13 for me.
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Level 21
Apr 11, 2020
People score higher on US state quizes than this! And we only have 13 provinces/territories! People need to appreciate Canada more. Lol.
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Level 8
Apr 26, 2015
Canada has only provences and territorys
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Level 46
May 23, 2018
both of those words are misspelled
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Level 34
May 26, 2018
OnniR Do you know foreign people exist? Maybe English isn't their first language.
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Level 60
Jul 30, 2018
He's probably French-Canadian
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Level 63
Feb 19, 2019
I didn't know foreign people exist. But I do know that 'provences' and 'territoreys' are spelt incorrectly.
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Level 81
Oct 23, 2019
I know sentences begin with a capital letter and end with punctuation. They do so even in French Canada.
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Level 63
Apr 10, 2020
I meant 'territorys'*
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Level 27
Apr 14, 2020
haha, im canadian
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Level 42
Jun 8, 2020
https://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/1300776/canadian-provinces-and-territories-by-first-two-letters
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Level 53
Sep 1, 2011
Recognised more of these than I thought I would, just a shame I couldn't remember them before the time ran out.
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Level 36
Sep 13, 2011
Learnt all of these a few years ago - today I remembered 5. Missed some really obvious ones too.
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Level 57
Oct 23, 2011
i spent a week driving through Saskatchewan one Saturday and I still can't remember how to spell it! I should probably blame my American public school education...
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Level 86
Jul 10, 2012
Spent a week driving through Saskatchewan one Saturday... perfectly phrased. Reminds me of driving through west Texas... My watch says it only takes 10 hours, but I know better...
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Level 71
Jan 9, 2013
And second prize is TWO weeks in Saskatchewan!
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Level 78
Jul 1, 2016
I once saw a postcard which said "The sun is riz', the sun is set, and here we is in Texas yet." Driven it many times and I heartily agree, it's a l-o-o-o-ng drive across the state on I-10.
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Level 57
Apr 4, 2014
yeah, got all but Saskatchaweanenennnnnn... just because I have no clue how to spell it
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Level 56
Jun 1, 2016
Here is a late reply but you can remember Saskatchewan using this sentence, just type the first letter of every word: Sam and Sally kissed at the church hill every Wednesday afternoon.
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Level 62
Jul 3, 2016
forgot the n
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Level 74
Jul 1, 2019
after noon?
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Level 62
Dec 17, 2019
Saskatchewa?
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Level 69
Jul 1, 2016
I tried typing "The Gap" but it didn't take it.
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Level 23
Nov 24, 2011
100% almost couldnt spell saskatchewan right
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Level 24
Feb 27, 2014
100% and I am from Punjabi - haryana in canada
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Level 32
May 2, 2020
So if you're from both states, that means you lived in Chandigarh, eh?
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Level 47
Jan 28, 2012
Just remember BASMOQ 3-News and a P for the provinces from west to east. You are own your own for the territories.
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Level 58
Jan 8, 2016
That's a handy little acronym, going to use that to help learn them all, thanks!
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Level 13
Feb 23, 2012
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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Level 56
Mar 14, 2012
I'm Canadian and PEI is used for prince edward island by everyone I know! Accept it!
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Level 74
Apr 20, 2012
i am non canadian and i tried pei and was like wtf why not accepted
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Level 20
May 9, 2013
I tried spelling Saskatchewan about 10 different ways, and none of them with a k in it.
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Level 62
Aug 14, 2017
Consult Mathias1
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Level 7
May 19, 2013
12 out of 13. could not spell Saskatchewan properly
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Level 24
Feb 27, 2014
I am in saskatchewan in the largest city in there
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Level 24
Feb 27, 2014
Guess
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Level 69
Jul 7, 2014
Saskatoon... of course. It's VERY obvious.
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Level 72
Jul 1, 2016
Regina is the largest city in Saskatchewan.
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Level 34
Jun 24, 2017
Regina is the capital city but the largest one (in term of population) is Saskatoon
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Level 65
Aug 10, 2017
And I am taking this quiz from the largest city in Alberta with a population under 1,000,000 ;)
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Level 51
Sep 15, 2017
Calgary`s population is 1.23 million...
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Level 61
Oct 20, 2017
Wait.. Tirana?!?! (Note this is Sarcasm)
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Level 32
May 2, 2020
You mean edmonton?
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Level 31
May 23, 2013
Wait. Where's Canada again?
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Level 7
Jun 19, 2013
really it is north America
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Level 54
Jan 2, 2014
Between North and South Dakota. But the really important question is... WHEN is Canada?
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Level 44
Nov 19, 2016
Canada is in the Pacific Ocean, between Tuvalu and Fiji.
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Level 61
Oct 20, 2017
Why is Canada?
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Level 44
Oct 28, 2017
Who is Canada?
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Level 48
Feb 8, 2018
how is canada?
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Level 70
Jul 2, 2019
The fact that these jokes were made before Avengers: Infinity War warms my heart.
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Level 32
May 2, 2020
The fact that these jokes were made before Spider-man: Far From Home warms my heart
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Level 15
Jun 10, 2013
I got them all with 2:07 left, and I'm an American...
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Level 63
Aug 4, 2016
And?
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Level 55
Mar 7, 2017
there is no 'and', thats the end of the comment
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Level 15
Dec 14, 2017
The hardest part of our geography is spelling saskatchewan
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Level 47
Feb 20, 2018
Hardest to spell, easiest to draw
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Level 38
Feb 11, 2018
Got all but New Brunswick, and what I thought was "Northwest Regions".
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Level 41
Jun 15, 2013
10 out of 13. Good quiz.
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Level 33
Jan 2, 2014
well assuming their lack of knowledge of the outside world they're probably American
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Level 79
Jan 2, 2014
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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Level 74
Jan 3, 2014
racist? sounds more of a jab toward a nationality than a race
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Level 79
Jan 3, 2014
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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Level 44
Mar 23, 2014
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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Level 44
Aug 15, 2014
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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Level 70
May 8, 2017
While your at it beetboy12 have a look at the French attitude to the British. I've travelled extensively throughout France and the average French male has shown me nothing but unfriendliness and open dislike......... not the girls though ... thank goodness.
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Level 48
Jan 2, 2014
The last time I did a Jetpunk quiz was.... last year!
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Level 70
Jan 2, 2014
Crap! I remembered Labrador, but i didn't realize that it was part of the larger province Newfoundland AND Labrador.
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Level 65
Dec 18, 2016
Labrador, despite relatively famous, is sparsely populated, save for a few Inuit communities in the north and some towns in the south, (such as Happy Valley-Goose Bay). On the other hand, Newfoundland has a population of close to 500,000, so you would certainly be better off knowing Newfoundland.
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Level 19
Nov 28, 2017
it also accepts just newfoundland by itself
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Level 51
Jan 3, 2014
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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Level 32
Jan 6, 2014
Nunavut is so far north and so cold, that they want "none of it"
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Level 30
Feb 7, 2014
Wow! How did I manage to forget BC
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Level 24
Feb 11, 2014
north west territores yukon and nunavut are not provinces they are territores
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Level 68
Mar 6, 2014
bloody nunavut ! I kept on trying it with a "h" at the begining...
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Level 69
Jul 7, 2014
Hunavut... Attila's winter fishing grounds.
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Level 44
Mar 22, 2014
100%, first try - and yes, I am in the US. Some of us CAN do it!
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Level 33
Jun 29, 2014
11/13...Okay for an American; but I know the Australian territories better. Well they are fewer!
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Level 63
Aug 4, 2016
And closer to me, from New Zealand.
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Level 36
Sep 16, 2014
11/13 first try. American
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Level 31
Oct 6, 2014
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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Level 28
Feb 5, 2015
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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Level 53
Jul 27, 2015
I live in the US and I grew up calling it BC, as well.
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Level 50
Apr 3, 2020
PEI's used a lot as well
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Level 20
Jul 27, 2015
Easy quiz.
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Level 10
Oct 2, 2015
I'm not canadian and I got 13/13
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Level 41
Dec 4, 2015
I can't spell Nunavut and Saskuachan for the life of me.
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Level 58
Jul 1, 2016
50% isn't bad.
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Level 63
Jul 1, 2019
Saskatchewan*
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Level 16
Dec 11, 2015
Nunavut, Yukon, and Northwest Territories are not provinces; they are territories.
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Level 61
Feb 25, 2016
Read the directions.
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Level 24
Jun 16, 2016
I thought Quebec was a country. LOL
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Level 28
Jun 25, 2016
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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Level 58
Jul 1, 2016
NWT should probably be accepted, it's commonly used, just like PEI & BC.
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Level 44
Jul 1, 2016
Great quiz. Got them all right and jumped to a new level.
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Level 64
Jul 1, 2016
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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Level 69
Jul 1, 2016
That would be Canada Day.
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Level 62
Jul 3, 2016
Lol, gamer
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Level 59
Jul 1, 2016
Speaking of which, HAPPY CANADA DAY!!!!!!!
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Level 78
Jul 1, 2016
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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Level 37
Jul 2, 2016
I kept typing northwestern territories, before finally realising the 'ern' wasn't on there with 30 seconds to spare :P
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Level 65
Jul 5, 2016
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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Level 63
Aug 4, 2016
A a kiwi, I missed New Brunswick, and Nanuvit. For some reason I kept thinking that Nanuvit was Kanuk!
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Level 63
Jul 1, 2019
Nunavut*
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Level 52
Aug 19, 2016
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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Level 48
Dec 2, 2016
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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Level 62
Dec 17, 2019
Nunavut's not in the bottom row. Do you mean Newfoundland?
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Level 17
Dec 6, 2016
Great quiz
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Level 13
Dec 6, 2016
Leveled up to level 13 after completing this 13 question quiz...
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Level 52
Dec 21, 2016
I feel so proud for spelling "Saskatchewan" correctly on the first try
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Level 5
Feb 9, 2017
i did too :D
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Level 44
Feb 7, 2017
Could you plz accept New Scotland for Nova Scottia ?
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Level 50
Feb 20, 2019
its not called new scotland, its nova scotia.
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Level 5
Feb 9, 2017
SOOOOOOOOOOO Easy bruh
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Level 6
Feb 11, 2017
13/13 equals 100%. Even tho I'm not Canadian lol!
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Level 37
Jul 1, 2017
Find it hard to believe that more people guessed Nubacdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzat than New Scotland.
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Level 48
Jul 11, 2017
100% I'm an American child!
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Level 74
Aug 3, 2017
Territories aren't in alphabetic order.
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Level 47
Oct 16, 2017
Surprised more people got Quebec than Ontario, considering Canada’s capital is actually IN Ontario.
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Level 70
Jul 2, 2019
Quebec makes international headlines more often.
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Level 39
Dec 7, 2017
2:34
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Level 44
Dec 23, 2017
13/13. Thanks, Sasquatchewand or however the hell you spell it.
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Level 6
Jan 9, 2018
The Inuktitut language is very interesting, especially the syllabics.
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Level 17
Feb 23, 2018
Spelling Saskatchewan is easier than spelling Massachusetts
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Level 47
Apr 2, 2018
wow great quiz
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Level 26
Jul 26, 2018
Lol I’m British and got 100 % on this
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Level 19
Oct 25, 2018
from us and did this in 18 seconds. Gosh that was hard. I am definetely not doing it again
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Level 20
Feb 15, 2019
I got all of them and I'm American!
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Level 46
Mar 15, 2019
Putain! I tried New Scotland! Not accepted
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Level 43
Mar 17, 2019
Got 'em all.
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Level 44
Jul 1, 2019
I faintly remembered Northwest Territories but only well enough to type "Northern Territories" and "Western Territories"
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Level 39
Jul 1, 2019
Easy 5 points for me!
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Level 35
Jul 1, 2019
I lived in Canada for a while so quite easy for me done in 20seconds
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Level 66
Nov 8, 2019
thanks for sharing sir, made my day.
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Level 70
Jul 2, 2019
Fun Fact: Clippers that affect the US are classified by which Canadian province they originated in, as it affects how severe the clipper will be. There are Alberta Clippers, Saskatchewan Screamers, and Manitoba Maulers. Helps me remember the order of these boxier provinces.
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Level 81
Oct 23, 2019
Easy. Little Island, East Maine, Scottish People, Atlantic Alaska, French People, Jammed Into A Corner, Big Lakes, Grain, Oil, North Seattle, Gold Rush, Nothing Worth Telling and Canadian Greenland.
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Level 39
Nov 6, 2019
yay 13/13 0:58 remaining
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Level 66
Nov 8, 2019
What's the difference between a province and a territory?
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Level 55
May 4, 2020
Provinces have their own government, territories do not.
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Level 56
Jan 11, 2020
If you can't spell Saskatchewan, sound it out phonetically because it really helps. Sas - kat - che - wan.
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Level 61
Jan 27, 2020
From UK, got 13/13
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Level 35
Apr 6, 2020
i spelled saskatchewan! are you proud, mom?
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Level 21
Apr 11, 2020
Don't you think this is a bit easy, especially for canadians? Maybe adding capitals and other populus cities onto the map could make this quiz more fun. But, I'm sure for foreigners that don't know much about Canada would love this quiz! So I'm not telling you to edit this quiz, I'm telling you to make a duplicate of this for canadians. Overall, I loved the quiz, because any quiz that's about Canada, I like.
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Level 23
Jun 3, 2020
From Australia, 13/13, Yet only 11. If some of you want to know countries, eg. China, India, USA, Canada, and others. Watch Kids Learning Tube. It really helps.