CANADA’S REGIONS

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Canada’s Regions

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Question 1
The highest tides in the world rise in which Canadian province?
A
Nova Scotia
B
Prince Edward Island
C
British Columbia
D
Newfoundland and Labrador
Question 2
New Brunswick is situated in which mountain range?
A
The Pacific Cordillera
B
The Laurentians
C
The Rockies
D
The Appalachians
Question 3
The largest port in Canada is in which province?
A
Nova Scotia
B
Yukon Territory
C
Newfoundland and Labrador
D
British Columbia
Question 4
What is the capital of New Brunswick?
A
St John’s
B
Whitehorse
C
Fredericton
D
Charlottetown
Question 5
What is the capital of Québec?
A
Toronto
B
Edmonton
C
Victoria
D
Québec city
Question 6
In terms of land mass, where does Canada rank amongst the countries of the world?
A
Fourth
B
Second
C
First
D
Third
Question 7
Between them, Ontario and Québec produce what percentage of Canadian manufactured goods?
A
15%
B
75%
C
50%
D
25%
Question 8
Which provincial capital has Canada’s largest naval base?
A
Victoria
B
Charlottetown
C
Halifax
D
Fredericton
Question 9
Which Canadian province produces more oil and gas than any other in Canada?
A
Alberta
B
Manitoba
C
Saskatchewan
D
British Columbia
Question 10
Mount Logan, the highest mountain in Canada, is in what province or territory?
A
Yukon
B
Northwest Territories
C
British Columbia
D
Nunavut
Question 11
Which is the largest city in Canada?
A
Ottawa
B
Montréal
C
Ontario
D
Toronto
Question 12
What is the capital of Yukon Territory?
A
Whitehorse
B
Fredericton
C
Yellowknife
D
St John’s
Question 13
After Paris, the 2nd largest mainly French-speaking city in the world is…?
A
Toronto
B
Québec City
C
Ottawa
D
Montréal
Question 14
Geographically, Canada is split into how many distinct regions?
A
6
B
5
C
3
D
4
Question 15
What is the capital of Northwest Territories?
A
Winnipeg
B
Whitehorse
C
Yellowknife
D
Charlottetown
Question 16
Which province, with 40% of the arable land in Canada, was once known as “the breadbasket of the world”?
A
Alberta
B
Saskatchewan
C
British Columbia
D
Manitoba
Question 17
The population of Québec is nearly…?
A
8 million
B
6 million
C
9 million
D
7 million
Question 18
What is the capital of Ontario?
A
Edmonton
B
Toronto
C
Winnipeg
D
Victoria
Question 19
What is the capital of Saskatchewan?
A
Regina
B
St John’s
C
Toronto
D
Edmonton
Question 20
What is the capital of British Columbia?
A
Winnipeg
B
Yellowknife
C
Victoria
D
Halifax
Question 21
Which of the five Great Lakes is the only one that isn’t at least partly in Canada?
A
Lake Superior
B
Lake Huron
C
Lake Michigan
D
Lake Erie
Question 22
What is the capital of Manitoba?
A
Edmonton
B
Victoria
C
Regina
D
Winnipeg
Question 23
What proportion of the population of New Brunswick has French as their first language?
A
One half
B
One tenth
C
One quarter
D
One third
Question 24
What is the capital of Nunavut?
A
Toronto
B
Yellowknife
C
Iqualit
D
Whitehorse
Question 25
What is the capital of Prince Edward Island?
A
Fredericton
B
Charlottetown
C
Halifax
D
Yellowknife
Question 26
What is the capital of Alberta?
A
Edmonton
B
Victoria
C
Winnipeg
D
Fredericton
Question 27
What is the capital of Nova Scotia?
A
Charlottetown
B
Winnipeg
C
Whitehorse
D
Halifax
Question 28
What percentage of Canada’s population lives around the Great Lakes and the Saint Lawrence River?
A
50% plus
B
25% plus
C
10% plus
D
75% plus
Question 29
How many provinces does Canada have?
A
7
B
5
C
12
D
10
Question 30
In what year was Nunavut established?
A
2009
B
1989
C
1979
D
1999
Question 31
Which province has the largest Aboriginal population in Canada?
A
Saskatchewan
B
Alberta
C
Manitoba
D
British Columbia
Question 32
Which of these provinces is/was the oldest colony of the British Empire?
A
New Brunswick
B
Prince Edward Island
C
Newfoundland and Labrador
D
Nova Scotia
Question 33
What is the size of Canada’s population?
A
54 million
B
44 million
C
24 million
D
34 million
Question 34
Ontario contains more than what proportion of Canadian citizens?
A
One third
B
One half
C
Three quarters
D
One quarter
Question 35
What percentage of the population of Northwest Territories is Aboriginal?
A
75% plus
B
25% plus
C
50% plus
D
40% plus
Question 36
Name the capital of Newfoundland and Labrador.
A
Winnipeg
B
Edmonton
C
Regina
D
St John’s
Question 37
The population of Nunavut is how much Inuit?
A
95%
B
85%
C
75%
D
60%
Question 38
Roughly how big is Canada?
A
7,500,000 km²
B
10,000,000 km²
C
15,000,000 km²
D
5,000,000 km²
Question 39
In the summertime in the northern territories, how long can daylight last?
A
20 hours
B
24 hours
C
18 hours
D
22 hours
Question 40
Prince Edward Island is most famous, in terms of its agriculture, for the production of what?
A
Carrots
B
Onions
C
Cabbages
D
Potatoes
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