Montreal City Trivia

Can you answer these questions about the city of Montreal and its suburbs?
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Last updated: August 4, 2020
First submittedJuly 27, 2020
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In what Canadian province is Montreal located?
Quebec
After what small hill is Montreal named?
Mount Royal
What event did Montreal host in 1976?
Summer Olympics
What is the name of the island on which Montreal is mainly located?
Montreal
At the confluence of what two rivers is the Greater Montreal located?
Ottawa
St. Lawrence
What is the main airport of Montreal?
Montreal-Trudeau
What is the airport code of the above?
YUL
What indie rock band's songs include "My Body Is a Cage" and "The Suburbs"?
Arcade Fire
What is the name of the NHL Hockey team of Montreal?
Canadiens
What event, also known as International Expo, did Montreal host in 1967?
World's Fair
What Montreal-native sang songs such as "My Heart Will Go On" and "Think Twice"?
Celine Dion
What entertainment company, based in Montreal, is world's largest
contemporary circus producer?
Cirque du Soleil
The largest international comedy festival in the world
Just for Laughs
What auto-racing championship has Montreal been hosting since 2016?
Canadian Grand Prix
What 6-times Art Ross Trophy winner is nicknamed "The Magnificent One"?
Mario Lemieux
What is the name of the oldest street in Montreal?
(Namesake of a state capital in Midwestern US)
Saint-Paul
What American writer dubbed Montreal as "The City of a Hundred Steeples" in 1881?
Mark Twain
What is the most populous city in Montreal metropolitan area after Montreal itself?
Laval
By what name was Montreal founded in 1642?
Ville-Marie
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Level 22
Oct 21, 2020
Great quiz. Didn't get the street name though.