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Capitals of Canadian Provinces

Just type the capital city of each province into the box. It's simple as that!
Quiz by ForgingIron
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First submittedMarch 24, 2012
Last updatedSeptember 5, 2018
Times taken20,189
Rating4.80
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Province or Territory
Capital
Alberta
Edmonton
British Columbia
Victoria
Manitoba
Winnipeg
New Brunswick
Fredericton
Newfoundland and Labrador
St. John's
Northwest Territories
Yellowknife
Nova Scotia
Halifax
Province or Territory
Capital
Nunavut
Iqaluit
Ontario
Toronto
Prince Edward Island
Charlottetown
Quebec
Quebec City
Saskatchewan
Regina
Yukon
Whitehorse
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level 3
Mar 24, 2012
5/13, but I'm not Canadian.
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level 72
Feb 27, 2016
13/13, but I'm not Canadian. I wanted to visit every capital on a Canada road trip in 2014, which of course is impossible since Iqaluit can't be driven to - but my Plan B (to fly there) was killed off by the horrific airfare, over $2,000 for the return flight from Montreal. So only Iqaluit, Yellowknife and St Johns left to visit (he said, leaving the hardest ones for last :) )
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level 51
Feb 27, 2016
That's a very ambitious plan. Yet you did make it to Whitehorse, that has to be worth something. Iqaluit, or Baffin Island as a whole, seems rather interesting. And 11/13 - had never heard of Fredericton before.
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level 55
Jun 1, 2016
What do you mean we might be getting a new province?
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level 60
Nov 4, 2016
That sounds like an amazing plan! Iqaluit may be very remote, but if you can you should definitely visit it, as it is culturally very different from the rest ode Canada. St. John's is also very beautiful, as I've heard.
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level 46
Oct 16, 2017
Plus, you can fill out all of Canada on your JetPunk map
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level 35
Apr 11, 2019
Swim to Iqaluit
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level 21
Apr 13, 2012
8/13 - not bad for an 11-year old Brit. I would have got 9 if i hadn't put Charlottestown by accident instead of Charlottetown.
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level 33
May 1, 2014
Iqaluit more the Fredericton.. that is strange
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level 44
Jun 3, 2014
I'm from New Brunswick and most of the people I know from New Brunswick don't know our capital.. pretty sad.. haha
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level 49
Apr 2, 2019
A study done back in the 70's showed that too many American high schoolers couldn't find their own country on a map and didn't know where Vietnam was.
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level 76
Apr 3, 2019
When our younger daughter was in high school we were playing trivia with her new boyfriend. The question came up about the name of the plane that dropped the bomb on Hiroshima. He had a blank look so we explained a bit further and he said, "We fought a war with Japan?"
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level 36
Feb 27, 2016
Ridiculous
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level 66
Feb 29, 2016
iqaluit is new-ish, and it was a big deal when we created a new territory. So a lot of people remember it, plus it has a weird name and weird names are easier to remember. In addition, the maritime provinces seem to get pushed to the side as it were, at least in my experience anyway. I nearly forgot Fredricton myself, it was the last one I got.
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level 69
Sep 19, 2016
As an Australian who has never taken much notice of this before, I got Iqaluit with ease, but had no idea on Fredericton.
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level 35
Apr 11, 2019
Canadian all my life, and I forgot for a moment that Moncton wasn't the NB capital.
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level 37
Apr 16, 2015
always thought that Montreal was the capital of Quebec
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level 58
Jan 29, 2016
13/13 1:00 minute spare. I am from Mexico but I lived in Montreal for a while.
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level 41
Feb 27, 2016
Saint John is in NB, St. John's is in NL. St. John =/= St. John's.
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level 72
Apr 29, 2016
+1. It accepts St John (which is New Brunswick's major city) for St John's (which is Newfoundland & Labrador capital).
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level 66
Feb 27, 2016
It took a long time to spell Iqaluit right. I know, I know, but it was easier to spell when it was Frobisher Bay.
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level 67
Feb 27, 2016
if you're not Inuk, I guess.
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level 67
Feb 28, 2016
I'll bet they (the Inuk) only say it, not spell it.
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level 67
Apr 2, 2019
Nope, Inuit people can spell.
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level 30
Feb 27, 2016
Only 3/13, but then I had never heard of Fredericton, Yellow Knife, Iqaluit, Charlottetown, Regina and Whitehorse.
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level 54
Feb 28, 2016
Upon clicking the start button, I realized that I was hopelessly unprepared to take this quiz.
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level 58
Feb 29, 2016
Uh, yup. I was embarrassed for myself. Wow.
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level 56
Mar 3, 2016
Nearly made a mistake and put Ottawa for the Ontario capital (bad Canadian, bad bad bad!)
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level 51
Nov 14, 2017
Regina George?
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level 56
Apr 2, 2019
It wouldn't be the worst thing to accept more alternate spellings for Iqaluit
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level 51
Apr 3, 2019
To think I knew all of these in grade school. 11/13
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level 42
Apr 4, 2019
Yukon, Northwest territories and Nunavut aren't provinces, but territories. The title of the quiz should be : Capitals of Canadian Provinces and Territories
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