100 Questions about Canada

Canada is currently the second-most guessed country on JetPunk. How much do you know about this country?
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Last updated: September 15, 2018
First submittedJune 19, 2017
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CANADA
Official name of the country
Canada
Capital
Ottawa
National symbol
Maple leaf
National animal
Beaver
Year of independence
1867
From whom?
United Kingdom
Canada's national motto
A Mari Usque Ad Mare
National anthem
O Canada
How does this anthem begin?
Our home and native land
Canada Day
July 1
Official languages
English
French
Biggest city
Toronto
Province of the above
Ontario
Neighboring country
United States
Aboriginal peoples of Canada
First Nations
Highest mountain
Mount Logan
Three biggest islands
Baffin Island
Victoria Island
Ellesmere Island
Northernmost permanently inhabited place
Alert
Current Prime Minister
Justin Trudeau
Monarch (first name)
Elizabeth II.
Currency
Canadian dollar
Only province with a predominantly French-speaking population
Quebec
Canada's oldest national park
Banff
Large waterfalls between Canada and the US
Niagara Falls
Bordering oceans
Arctic Ocean
Atlantic Ocean
Pacific Ocean
National public radio and television broadcaster
CBC
Tallest tower
CN Tower
Canada's national sports
Ice hockey
Lacrosse
Longest river
Mackenzie River
River flowing through Vancouver
Fraser River
Canadians often end a sentence with ....?
Eh
Young pop star, single "Baby"
Justin Bieber
"The Great One", number 99
Wayne Gretzky
Capital of Nova Scotia
Halifax
Its biggest cities are Edmonton and Calgary
Alberta
Westernmost Canadian province
British Columbia
Singer, My Heart Will Go On
Celine Dion
14th Prime Minister or Canada's busiest airport
Lester B. Pearson
Largest lakes completely in Canada
Great Bear Lake
Great Slave Lake
Southernmost city, near Detroit
Windsor
This bridge connects Detroit and ^
Ambassador Bridge
Name the 7 NHL teams
Calgary Flames
Edmonton Oilers
Montreal Canadiens
Ottawa Senators
Toronto Maple Leafs
Vancouver Canucks
Winnipeg Jets
City which hosted the 1976 Summer Olympics
Montreal
Small town famous for its 1898 gold rush
Dawson
Region where this gold was found
Klondike
Largest island on the West Coast of North America
Vancouver Island
Resort town near Vancouver famous for alpine skiing
Whistler
Organization of 52, mostly former British territories, member states
Commonwealth of Nations
Calgary is known for herd animal running event
Stampede
Indigenous peoples who can be found in Northern Canada
Inuit
Area where Leif Erikson landed
Vinland
The most easterly province consists of
Newfoundland
Labrador
Dominant bay in northeastern Canada
Hudson Bay
Large river connecting the Great Lakes with the Atlantic
St. Lawrence River
First female prime minister
Kim Campbell
Name the three territories
Northwest Territories
Nunavut
Yukon
Region in Southern Ontario, densely populated
Golden Horseshoe
Canadian word for Bigfoot
Sasquatch
Dominant political leader during 1920-1940
William Lyon Mackenzie King
Singer, Hallelujah
Leonard Cohen
National dish, French fries, cheese curds, gravy
Poutine
Small island in the Nares Strait claimed by Canada and Denmark
Hans Island
Singer, One Dance
Drake
Director of Titanic (1997)
James Cameron
Company best-known for smartphones and tablets
Blackberry
Town in Alberta known as "The Dinosaur Capital of the World"
Drumheller
Town in Manitoba known as "The Polar Bear Capital of the World"
Churchill
World's largest manufacturer of frozen French fries, located in Florenceville
McCain
Retail company which sells automotive, sports and leisure, and home products
Canadian Tire
Coffee and donuts
Tim Hortons
Bay with the highest tidal range in the world
Bay of Fundy
Transcontinental highway system which connects all 10 provinces
Trans-Canada Highway
Governor General
David Johnston
Archaelogical site in northern Newfoundland
L'Anse aux Meadows
Highest-circulation newspaper
Toronto Star
Parties represented in the House of Commons
Conservative Party
Liberal Party
New Democratic Party
Green Party
Bloc Québécois
Home of the Parliament
Parliament Hill
Dominant tower in ^ , Canadian icon
Peace Tower
Archipelago formerly known as the 'Queen Charlotte Islands'
Haida Gwaii
Smallest province
Prince Edward Island
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Level 56
Jun 19, 2017
Great Quiz! Must have taken forever. I am going to Niagara this summer and I'm quite excited. Maybe just accept Niagara? Also I somehow didn't see the US question...
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Level 72
Jun 19, 2017
OK
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Level 59
Jul 2, 2020
Great quiz! Loved that it was so detailed and not just about Toronto and hockey. Please could you update the Governor General question? We have had Julie Payette in office for a while now.