Multiple Choice - Canadian History

Answer these multiple choice questions about Canadian History
From New France to today
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Last updated: March 12, 2019
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1. First European power to colonise Canada
Spain
England
France
Portugal
2. First Prime Minister of Canada
George-Étienne Cartier
John A. Macdonald
George Brown
Wilfrid Laurier
3. Scandal which made the above resign
Pacific scandal
Teapot Dome scandal
Watergate scandal
Tunagate scandal
4. City formerly called ''York''
Montreal
Halifax
Ottawa
Toronto
5. Act which granted Canada full independance
Statute of York
Statute of London
Statute of Westminster
Statute of Lancaster
6. 19th century war opposing the United States to Canada (British possession at the time)
War of 1802
War of 1812
Seven Years' War
Fenian Raids
7. The first and only woman to be canadian prime minister
Kim Campbell
Julie Payette
Diane Lebouthillier
Carol Hughes
8. British general who defeated the French in the Seven Years' War
James Murray
James Wolfe
Lord Melbourne
Jeffery Amherst
9. Years in which Quebec referendums were held
1945 & 1970
1976 & 2002
1985 & 1990
1980 & 1995
10. Founder of the Quebec Patriot Party
Louis-Joseph Papineau
John A. Macdonald
Calixa Lavallée
François-Marie-Thomas Chevalier de Lorimier
11. Mineral sought after during the 1890s in the Yukon
Diamonds
Platinium
Gold
Iron
12. Ethnicity which constructed a large part of the Trans Canadian railway in the 19th century
Indian
Chinese
Korean
Japanese
13. Last governor of New France
Jean Talon
Pierre de Rigaud, Marquis de Vaudreuil-Cavagnal
Gilles Hocquart
Claude de Ramezay
14. Act which granted huge plots of land to the Province of Quebec
Union Act
Constitutional Act
Royal Proclamation
Quebec Act
15. Governor who placed the last spike on the Trans Canadian railway
Lord Peel
Lord Strathcona
Earl Grey
Lord Melbourne
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