Edmonton Trivia

If you're an Edmonton native, this quiz should be a breeze
Quiz by Xabi
Last updated: November 15, 2020
First submittedNovember 15, 2020
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River that Runs Through the City
North Saskatchewan River
Lead Actor in "Back to the Future"
Michael J. Fox
"The Great One"
Wayne Gretzky
This Was the Largest Shopping Mall in the World When it Opened in 1981
West Edmonton Mall
National Park Located About a 30 Minute Drive Outside the City
Elk Island National Park
This Ripped Through Eastern Parts of the City in 1987, Spawning the "City of Champions" Nickname in Response to It
The Edmonton Football Team was Previously Called what Prior to 2020?
In 2016, Rogers Place Opens in this "District" in Downtown
Ice District
Muttart Conservatory is a Botanical Garden Complex with Greenhouses in the Shape of These
From 2005-2012 this Annual Event took place at the City Centre Airport
Edmonton Indy
Following the Decommissioning of the City Centre Airport in 2013, Skyscrapers Could Finally be Built, Including this 251m "Tower", Edmonton's Tallest
Stantec Tower
This Operated on the High Level Bridge a few Times per Year from 1980 until It was Turned Off in 2009
Great Divide Waterfall
This Soccer Phenom Signed with Bayern Munich in 2018
Alphonso Davies
Historic Shopping and Entertainment Strip in Old Strathcona
Whyte Avenue
Oldest and Most Circulated Newspaper
Edmonton Journal
Lead Actor in 2002 Space Western "Firefly"
Nathan Fillion
Grand Railway Hotel Located at 100 Street NW
Hotel Macdonald
In 1938, this Sacred Building is Completed, the First in Canada
Leduc No. 1 was a Major Discovery of what?
Crude Oil
3 People Die on this Type of Ride at Galaxyland in 1986
Roller Coaster
In 2003, Commonwealth Stadium Hosts this NHL Event, the First of it's Kind
Heritage Classic
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