How Canadian are you?

Does maple syrup course through your veins? do you have an innate urge to smash people into walls with your shoulders when you pick up a stick? do you like beer and have the uncanny ability to make a delicious bowl of poutine? Then you may have what it takes to beat this quiz.
Quiz by CalCanuck
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Last updated: April 6, 2014
First submittedApril 6, 2014
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A one dollar bill?
Loonie
A two dollar bill?
Toonie
What symbol is used on the national flag?
maple leaf
What highly respected cup do the US and Canada battle for in the NHL?
Stanley Cup
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What is the name of the longest street in the world?
Yonge
What infamously crap smart phone was unfortunately developed in Canada?
Blackberry
What Canadian old time rocker is responsible for, the masterclass album, Harvest?
Neil Young
A hat?
Toque
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What is the name of Canada's "Starbucks"?
Tim Horton's
What is the name of Canada's National Summer sport?
Lacrosse
What is the name of Canada's National Winter sport?
Ice Hockey
What slang is given to describe someone who comes from the coast?
Coastie
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Level 82
Apr 7, 2014
4, not quite a canadian. But my favourite band is Rush :p.
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Level 62
Apr 8, 2014
loonie somehow doesn't work...
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Level 23
Mar 13, 2016
sooooooooo many things wrong with this quiz... blackberry was very innovative and not "infamously crap". it wont accept loonie when you type it in. we dont have dollar bills we have coins.... and wtf is a coastie?
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Level 67
Oct 27, 2016
Loonies and toonies are coins, not bills (it also doesn't accept "loonie" as a type in). Blackberry is not "infamously crap", as it actually set the standards to mobile phones, although nowadays it may not be so useful. Tim Horton's is not exactly "Canada's Starbucks", as Tim Horton's is also very famous for its doughnuts, as well as its small menue of foods. I would also suggest allowing "hockey" rather than accepting only ice hockey. In Canada, only very formally do we call it ice hockey. Finally, I've never heard of a "Coastie" and I'm sure not many Canadians have.
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Level 40
Mar 19, 2017
I don't think a Canadian actually wrote this quiz bc we don't even have one or two dollar bills (just coins), coastie is not a thing people say, it's just hockey, not ice hockey, and Tim's is most definitely not Canada's version of Starbucks (one, it's better, and two, we have actual Starbucks here as well).
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Level 12
Jun 23, 2017
i come from the east coast of Canada...I've never heard the term Coastie before...Mariner would probably be a better answer.
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Level 51
Jul 1, 2020
Coastie? No one in Canada has ever said that. Ever. Also, Canadians don't say ice hockey, its just hockey, and toonies/loonies are coins, not bills. This is like if an alien read a wikipedia page about Canada and tried to make a quiz.
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Level 19
May 2, 2021
agreed!
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Level 28
Mar 6, 2021
Ummmmm... excuse me? Loonies and Tonies are coins lol.
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Level 69
Mar 23, 2021
Calcunuck- where are you from?... Pittsburgh?