CANADIAN SYMBOLS

Questions from Discover Canada Chapter – Canadian Symbols. Detailed chapter-by-chapter questions help students retain and review knowledge from each chapter.

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The Maple Leaf has appeared on Canadian military uniforms since when?
The 1850s
The 1820s
The 1880s
The 1920s

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Canadian Thanksgiving Day is on the second Monday of which month?
October
September
July
April

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Which Canadian symbol can be found on the five cent coin?
The beaver
The moose
The snow goose
The grizzly bear

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The last Canadian, up to the present day, to the awarded the Victoria Cross was in which year?
1945
1918
1953
1902

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On what day of the year do Canadians celebrate Sir John A. McDonald Day?
January 11
January 1
November 11
July 1

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Canadian Labour Day is on the first Monday of which month?
September
January
August
October

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How long has the crown been a symbol of state in Canada?
400 years
300 years
200 years
500 years

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The Canadian national motto, A mari usque ad mare, means what?
From sea to sea
The Maple Leaf forever
Mary protects us
Always on horseback

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Which sport has more registered players in Canada than any other?
Soccer
Hockey
Tennis
Athletics

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Canada has been a constitutional monarchy in its own right since when?
1867
1701
1815
1918

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The beaver was first used as a symbol in Canada by…?
The Hudson’s Bay Company
The St.Jean Baptiste Society
The city of Montréal
The province of Saskatchewan

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What is the official summer sport of Canada?
Lacrosse
Cricket
Swimming
Tennis

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Red and white have been the national colours of Canada since…?
1921
1911
1901
1931

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Who was the first constitutional monarch of Canada?
Queen Victoria
Queen Elizabeth II
King George III
King Edward VII

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In 1967 Canada began its own honours system with what?
The Order of Canada
The Cross of Canada
The Canadian Knighthood
The Canadian Medal

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The Peace Tower in the Parliament Buildings was built to commemorate…?
World War I
World War II
The Korean War
The Boer War

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The Books of Remembrance in the Peace Tower hold the names of…?
All of these
All soldiers who have died on service
All sailors who have died on service
All airmen who have died on service

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The red-white-red pattern of the Canadian flag comes from the flag of where?
The Royal Military College, Kingston
The British Royal Navy
England
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police

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The highest prize in women’s hockey in Canada is what?
The Clarkson Cup
The Hammond Cup
The May Cup
The Ottawa Cup

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Before the current Canadian flag, what was used for around a century before?
The Canadian Red Ensign
The Union Jack
A modified Stars & Stripes
A plain red banner

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What’s Canada’s second most popular sport?
Canadian football
Curling
Hockey
Skiing

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In what century did French Canadians adapt maple leaves as their symbol?
1700s
1800s
1900s
1600s

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What is the most popular spectator sport in Canada?
Hockey
Canadian football
Soccer
Curling

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The Canadian coat of arms does not contain a symbol from which country?
Wales
France
Scotland
Ireland

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The highest award for bravery available to Canadian service people is…?
The Victoria Cross
The George Cross
The Charles Cross
The Edward Cross

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Which of these French symbols was adopted into Québec’s own flag in 1940?
Fleur-de-lys
French crown
A lion
The cross of Lorraine

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The Canadian national anthem is called what?
O Canada
God Save the Queen
Canada Fair
God Bless Canada

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Curling was introduced into Canada by immigrants from what country?
Scotland
Sweden
Norway
Iceland

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The National Hockey League championship is played for what?
The Stanley Cup
The Laurel Cup
The Albert Cup
The Frederick Cup

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The current Canadian flag has been in use since when?
1965
1955
1945
1975

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