Vancouver Trivia

If you're a Vancouver Native, this quiz should be a breeze
Quiz by Xabi
Last updated: November 15, 2020
First submittedNovember 15, 2020
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Biggest River that Flows Through the City
Fraser River
Year the City Hosted a World's Fair
Tallest Building
Living Shangri-La
A 1903 Library was the First of Many in Western Canada Opened with Funds from this American Steel Magnate and Philanthropist. Although not a Library Anymore, His Name can Still be Seen on its Façade
Andrew Carnegie
"Deadpool" Actor
Ryan Reynolds
Historic Downtown District Characterized by Contemporary Fashion Outlets, Tourist Oriented Business, and Food & Entertainment
Located on Grouse Mountain, This Structure is the Only One of its Kind in the World with a Viewing Pod
Wind Turbine
Nicknamed "________ North" Due to a Vast Amount of Entertainment Production Taking Place
These Twins Played Together for the Canucks from 2000-2018
Henrik and Daniel Sedin
1001 Acre Park with a Seawall Built Around the Majority of it
Stanley Park
Home to Over 275 Business's and Facilities, This Shopping District is Located on a Peninsula Just 35 Acres Big
Granville Island
These Disruptive Events Took Place in the City in 1994 and 2011 Due to the Same Event
18th Century Sea Captain Who the City is Named After (First Name Only)
"Pineapple Express" and "The Interview" Actor
Seth Rogen
Suspension Bridge which Spans Burrard Inlet
Lions Gate Bridge
In 2010, This Mogul Skier Wins Canada's First Gold Medal on Home Soil at the Olympics
Alexandre Bilodeau
Name of Light Metro System
In Terms of Revenue, This is the Largest Company Headquartered in Vancouver
This Controversial Global Environmental Organization Forms in 1971
This Soccer Team Joins the MLS in 2011
Vancouver Whitecaps FC
This Annual 17-Day Fair First took Place in 1910
Pacific National Exhibition
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