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The Easy Canada Quiz

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Most popular sport
Capital city
Biggest city
Host city of annual "Stampede"
Slang name for 1 dollar coin
National animal
Most famous national park
Slang for Canadian
Object on the Canadian flag
Most popular coffee chain
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Prime minister elected in 2015
National anthem
Nickname of the RCMP
Smallest province
Best-selling Canadian beer
Majority French-speaking province
French fries, gravy and cheese curds
Holiday on the 2nd Monday in October
Name for Canadian bacon
Tallest free-standing structure
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(28)
National anthem I put Oh Canada :( And for the Canadian bacon I put ham steak and I think that's the same thing.
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Oct 18, 2012
(46)
its not, and its O Canada.
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Oct 23, 2012
(65)
Ham steak is not the same at all. We have those too. Nobody confuses them at breakfast time.
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Jul 1, 2014
(18)
I was confused because in Alberta we often just call it "ham" lol I never heard the other name before.
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Dec 21, 2015
(64)
the whole canadian bacon thing is weird. I only ever eat regular bacon, and what most people call "Canadian bacon" is just back bacon to me. But I get the impression that people think we eat it in place of regular bacon, which is not the case.
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Feb 29, 2016
(16)
As a Canadian I found this quiz strange. National sport is actually lacrosse but its not very popular anymore (compared to soccer, hockey and football). Also, dislike the bacon question...I eat normal bacon.
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Oct 29, 2012
The quiz asks for the most popular sport, not the national sport. And hockey actually IS the winter national sport. What Canadians call "back bacon", Americans call "Canadian bacon". Regular bacon is just bacon in both countries. As an American, I'm surprised any Canadian would have trouble with these questions.
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Oct 30, 2012
(24)
As a Canadian, I can tell you with confidence that most of us don't call Canadian Bacon "back bacon" or "peameal bacon." We call it Canadian bacon, although I know very few Canadians who actually eat it. We Like normal bacon.
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May 11, 2013
(43)
We don't call it Canadian Bacon Meghan16. We call it back bacon. I agree with the Quizmaster.
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Jan 23, 2014
(31)
Unless you don't drink. Never even heard of Lavatt Blue before.
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Jun 20, 2014
(65)
Agreed about bacon. We call it back or peameal. When anybody I know calls it Canadian bacon, they're saying it in jest.
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Jul 1, 2014
(60)
First of all, what Americans call 'bacon' is smoked streaky bacon, nothing 'regular' about it at all. If you want to talk bacon, talk to a European, maybe a Brit or a Dane, who can expound about the many cuts of bacon, from streaky (smoked or green) to back, middle cut to gammon.
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Jul 1, 2014
(33)
I grew up thinking 'back bacon' was its own thing, only to learn that 'peameal bacon' was the same thing. I was already a teenager when I started hearing that it was considered 'Canadian bacon' and have never heard a born Canadian call it that. As for the alcohol, I keep thinking of Molson Canadian, but since I was a bartender at a legion, I know both Molson and Labatt Blue are popular
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Mar 29, 2016
(59)
Always called it peameal, myself. Maybe it's a regional thing.
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Feb 27, 2017
(3)
there are 2 national sports.
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May 3, 2014
(16)
you're all nerds
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Feb 22, 2016
(7)
14/20 . . . I'm Canadian. Yay.
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Dec 11, 2012
(21)
20/20, 100% Canadian
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Mar 16, 2013
(28)
Go Canada! 100%!
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Apr 30, 2013
(65)
16 out of 20...not bad for a Yank!
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Nov 18, 2013
(3)
as a candian, i did not even know all the answers. Maybe i'm too french canadian.
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May 3, 2014
(12)
I am humiliated I didn't get them all. as a canadian I disagree that bacon should have any other name besides 'bacon'. Canadian bacon is canadian bacon. ehh only got 4 wrong oh well xD
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May 3, 2014
(4)
First mexican here and i got 100%!
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May 7, 2014
(26)
everyone who has never heard of peameal bacon read : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peameal_bacon
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May 8, 2014
(76)
Oh Canada and the CNN Tower ... I must be tired? :)
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May 15, 2014
(66)
You call that easy? Tim Hortons? Labatt Blue?
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May 28, 2014
(77)
Easy for Canadians... or anyone with a passing familiarity with Canada. I'm no expert, but I've visited the country a half dozen times and was able to get 18/20.
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Jul 1, 2014
(28)
Got them all except for Labatt's. So embarrassed..I'm Canadian AND a raging alcoholic :(
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May 31, 2014
(64)
I definitely guessed molson first. But then I remembered how we occasionally saw Labbat blue in Australia when I was living there. I don't know where the quizmaster got the statistic but I'm curious if it is best selling in Canada or overall
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Feb 29, 2016
(20)
I'm Canadian, and I have never heard of nor seen an ad for Labbat Blue.
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Nov 19, 2016
(20)
16/20. the answer to the bacon question never came to my mind, although now that I see the answer it sounds obvious, since I am Canadian. Didn't know 'slang for canadian' either, but I guess that's mostly because I am from that french speaking province! hahahaha Before today I had no idea where that word came from, I feel disconnected! Let's suppose I was not so curious about it.
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Jun 15, 2014
(36)
Can you add on a clue that has to do with Rob Ford. Maybe you could put under the Toronto clue: Famous Mayor of the Above=Rob Ford.
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Jul 1, 2014
(77)
*Infamous, perhaps :)
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Nov 2, 2015
(70)
Maybe you could accept "Prince Edwards Island" for "Prince Edward Island?"
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Jul 1, 2014
(61)
Just so you're aware, PEI was accepted (as it usually is).
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Jul 1, 2014
(20)
No, the Prince Edward's Islands are territories of South Africa.
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Nov 19, 2016
(32)
Mountie should count!
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Jul 1, 2014
(68)
Labatt may be the best selling brewery, but Labatt's blue is no longer the best selling beer in Canada, that being either Molson Canadian or Keiths or Coors light I believe. Either way, it all tastes the same with a few chicken wings.
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Jul 1, 2014
(33)
I kept wanting to type in Alexander Keiths for the beer too! It tastes so much better than anything Labatt
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Jul 6, 2014
(53)
Keihs and labatts are the same company
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Oct 25, 2015
(67)
WOW...I'm from California and that seemed awfully Canadacentric. Maybe it's just me.
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Jul 1, 2014
(64)
??
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Feb 29, 2016
(59)
IT'S GOT FREAKING CANA... nope. Nope. Not doing this. Deep breath, walk away. That's it.
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Feb 27, 2017
(44)
Anybody else get most of these answers because of How I Met Your Mother's Robin Scherbatsky?
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Jul 1, 2014
(17)
As a Canadian, I think "Oh" Canada should be accepted. It's not a huge concession. And I've never heard back or peameal bacon called "Canadian" bacon in Canada.
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Jul 1, 2014
(44)
It's not called Canadian bacon in Canada, that's the point. We call it back bacon or peameal bacon, but Americans call it Canadian bacon
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Apr 7, 2017
(23)
never knew we were called canucks, I found the bacon one easy and guessed algonquin for park because i forgot about banff. also I thought moose and beaver
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Jul 16, 2014
(28)
Canadian, 19/20.. Missed the national park. I don't really pay attention to parks, I first wrote Parc Omega lol.
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Dec 5, 2014
(40)
Just out of curiosity, what does Canadian thanksgiving celebrate? Is it like a memorial of the pilgrims and Indians like the American one or is it different?
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Dec 10, 2014
(31)
Eating and drinking, mostly. Some of us say "grace".
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Jun 8, 2015
(61)
Canadians are thankful they're not Americans :)
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Aug 7, 2015
(27)
Not nice! ANd yet....ROTFLMAO!!!!!
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Oct 25, 2015
(45)
Americans as thankful for football...Canadians are thankful for hockey.
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Oct 25, 2015
(64)
Ya, the NHL season starts around that time. So we are all saying thanks for a new season of hockey.
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Feb 29, 2016
(59)
Wiseguys aside, it's pretty much the same as yours, I think. A celebration of the harvest, which comes much earlier here.
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Feb 27, 2017
(68)
Yep, I'm Canadian and got them all right. Almost had me on the beer though, I don't drink beer. Had to rely on commercials to guess a few.
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Dec 20, 2014
(35)
I once saw a sign in the window of a restaurant that listed, among its food offerings, "female bacon".
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Mar 20, 2015
(63)
It looks good but it will cost you!
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Oct 25, 2015
(45)
The canadian goose or moose is definitely the national animal!!!!
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May 24, 2015
(35)
Not likely.
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Nov 5, 2015
(57)
Time to change that PM question. :)
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Oct 20, 2015
(28)
This quiz is out of date! We have a new prime minister: Justin Trudeau.
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Oct 23, 2015
(60)
Unfortunately. But he does have nice hair. :)
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Oct 26, 2015
(64)
much better than harper
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Feb 29, 2016
(64)
in both hair and personality
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Feb 29, 2016
(59)
And electoral reform... OH WAIT.
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Feb 27, 2017
(59)
Bro the CN tower isn't the tallest structure anymore...there are two antennae taller AND also the Burj Khalifa in Dubai since 2009. Can't believe no one noticed.
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Oct 25, 2015
(72)
It's still the tallest free-standing structure in Canada though.
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Oct 25, 2015
(64)
just keep adding qualifiers and we'll hold the record forever
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Feb 29, 2016
(27)
Here is my two cents on the bacon question: If anyone has ever heard of Bob & Doug McKenzie, they have heard of back bacon. Anyone who has ever eaten at a 24 hr breakfast spot (diners, truck stops, etc.) will know they have rarely seen Canadian Bacon on the menu - it is almost exclusively peameal bacon or back bacon. There are few exceptions to this rule although the truck stops within 5 km of the US border may have different wording in their menus.
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Oct 25, 2015
(40)
"Ice" hockey?! No true Canadian would call it that. It's just hockey! Any other form of hockey is a pale comparison.
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Oct 25, 2015
(66)
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Oct 25, 2015
(59)
Deej is right. We Canadians relentlessly mock any reference to "Ice" (spit) hockey we hear.
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Feb 27, 2017
(69)
Its peameal bacon. If someone calls me a Canuck, I know they have no clue as no one really uses that term anymore. Embarrassingly the best selling beer is Budweiser and the best selling Canadian brand being appropriately enough Molson Canadian. Both are not worthy of my taste buds.
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Oct 25, 2015
(69)
Wouldn't Canadian Bacon just be Bacon? Like Canada Geese are Geese.
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Oct 25, 2015
(71)
Snow geese are geese, too, but they are different from Canada geese. All geese in Canada may be Canadian geese, but they aren't all Canada geese.
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Oct 25, 2015
(63)
I guessed 'Loon' for the dollar question, I think it was worth a point.
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Oct 25, 2015
(54)
Missed labatt blue because I didn't realize it had two t's. Gimme a break I don't even drink let alone drink what most beer drinkers describe as "piss water."
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Oct 26, 2015
(59)
Accept "hoser" as slang?
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Oct 26, 2015
(64)
that's not really a term for a Canadian person. It's a Canadian insult. for example. "Those montreal fans are nothing but a bunch of hosers"
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Feb 29, 2016
(6)
100%. Pretty good, eh?
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Oct 27, 2015
(31)
16/20 Missed beaver, Thanksgiving, Back Bacon and Labatt blue, but not a drinker so don't care. Beaver surprised me. I thought it would be moose or bear.
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Oct 27, 2015
(54)
Really was a very easy Canadian quiz...
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Oct 28, 2015
(44)
I couldn't figure out how to spell 'canuck'... I'm a dork.
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Oct 30, 2015
(63)
I think you spelt 'Dork' wrong.
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Mar 29, 2016
(68)
Can you accept just "Back"?
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Nov 1, 2015
(16)
Really easy.
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Dec 12, 2015
(56)
100th commenter!
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Mar 29, 2016
(38)
2:32 left. No problem with any of them except I originally put Po Po for RCMP hahahaha
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Mar 29, 2016
(43)
LeBatt vs LaBatt? If anything, you'd assume "Le" given the Frenchy Frenchness of Quebec.
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Jun 7, 2016
(37)
As a Canadian I can appreciate that they accept Timmys for Tim Hortons.
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Nov 6, 2016
(34)
Being a Canadian, I can assume you that "Canadian Bacon" is just called bacon by probably 99% of the population. Back Bacon and Peameal Bacon has never been uttered to my knowledge. It would be great if Americans stopped stereotyping Canadians (of whom they know absolutely nothing about) and start learning about the true culture of our country.
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Nov 23, 2016
(56)
I have been all over Canada. The most common I've seen was back bacon. Peameal only a few times
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Mar 27, 2017
(48)
I fact checked and couldn't find any article declaring Labatt Blue to be Canada's best selling beer. Is this a fact, or just an opinion? According to the Huffington Post, it's actually the American brand Budweiser that has the most market share in Canada.
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Feb 25, 2017
(38)
15/20! i live in Florida and have only been to Canada once!
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Mar 5, 2017
(48)
Had no idea for the national so I was guessing anything that came to mind, and typing in horse gave me the correct answer even though it is beaver.
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Mar 12, 2017
(45)
Canada has two national animals, the beaver and the Canadian horse. I only learned the second playing trivial pursuit, and no one I was playing with had any idea that was a national animal.
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Aug 2, 2017
(14)
spelled mounties wrong :/ also missed like 3 obvious ones. as a canadian, i'm ashamed
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Mar 12, 2017
(47)
I am an Aussie..got them all but helped living there for 4 years and drinking Labatt Blue
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Jul 1, 2017
(46)
I learned about the Loonie when on a trip to Nova Scotia. We went to play pool, which took a "loonie" to play. My dad didn't understand, and neither did I of course! My dad said "Yes, it does," thinking it to be a crazy person and not a Canadian dollar :P So now I know Loonies and Toonies.
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Aug 2, 2017
(28)
Just Mounty or Mountie should be acceptable.
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Aug 2, 2017
(47)
It's funny, 'cause nobody here in Canada actually calls bacon any differently. We just call it bacon.
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Aug 2, 2017
(64)
Another nickname or the Mounties is "horsemen".
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Aug 2, 2017
(23)
Labbat Blue? The beer question should definitely be Molson.
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Aug 4, 2017
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