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The 36 Provinces of Canada Map Quiz

Throughout Canada's history, There have been many proposed provinces and territories. While some have gone through, others have not. If all proposals had succeeded, Canada would have at least 36 provinces and territories. Fill in the map by matching the name of each province or territory.
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Last updated: August 02, 2017
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Acadia
Alberta
Bahamas
Barbados
Bermuda
British Columbia
Buffalo
Cape Breton Island
Jamaica
Kanienkehaka
Labrador
Maine
Manitoba
Montreal
National Capital
New Brunswick
Newfoundland
Northern Ontario
Northwest Ontario
Northwest Territories
Nova Scotia
Nunatsiavut
Nunavik
Nunavut
Ontario
Prince Edward Island
Quebec
Sagamie
Saskatchewan
St. Pierre and Miquelon
Toronto
Turks and Caicos
Vancouver Island
Vermont
West Indies
Yukon
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level 59
Aug 2, 2017
General notes: most of these proposals are non-existent today, however Northern Ontario, Labrador, Vancouver Island, Bermuda, Turks and Caicos, Nunavik and Nunatsiavut are all serious contenders for new Canadian provinces today. Buffalo was a planned province that was replaced with Alberta and Saskatchewan. Kanienkehaka would have either become a province or an independent country if Quebec succeeded from Canada and would have been for the Mohawk people. Belize would have been a part of a West Indies province, but I could not show it on the map due to limited space. Also, Nunavik and Nunatsiavut are Inuit majority areas that would be territories much like Nunavut. This was a fun quiz to make, I hope you enjoyed it!
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level 71
Aug 2, 2017
This is amazing and so interesting (though Jamaica is just plain weird). A couple of more minutes would help, but I still nominate this one for a star.
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level 59
Aug 2, 2017
Thanks! There was talk of Jamaica joining Canada, but that was long before it's independence, when various North American colonies were joining newly independent Canada. Also, I added two minutes.