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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Canadian Symbols

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Question 1
The current Canadian flag has been in use since when?
A
1945
B
1975
C
1955
D
1965
Question 2
On what day of the year do Canadians celebrate Sir John A. McDonald Day?
A
November 11
B
July 1
C
January 1
D
January 11
Question 3
Who was the first constitutional monarch of Canada?
A
King George III
B
Queen Elizabeth II
C
King Edward VII
D
Queen Victoria
Question 4
The beaver was first used as a symbol in Canada by…?
A
The St.Jean Baptiste Society
B
The Hudson’s Bay Company
C
The city of Montréal
D
The province of Saskatchewan
Question 5
Curling was introduced into Canada by immigrants from what country?
A
Iceland
B
Sweden
C
Norway
D
Scotland
Question 6
The Books of Remembrance in the Peace Tower hold the names of…?
A
All airmen who have died on service
B
All of these
C
All soldiers who have died on service
D
All sailors who have died on service
Question 7
In what century did French Canadians adapt maple leaves as their symbol?
A
1500s
B
1700s
C
1900s
D
1800s
Question 8
Which sport has more registered players in Canada than any other?
A
Athletics
B
Soccer
C
Hockey
D
Tennis
Question 9
What’s Canada’s second most popular sport?
A
Curling
B
Skiing
C
Hockey
D
Canadian football
Question 10
Canada has been a constitutional monarchy in its own right since when?
A
1701
B
1815
C
1867
D
1918
Question 11
The Canadian national motto, A mari usque ad mare, means what?
A
Mary protects us
B
Always on horseback
C
The Maple Leaf forever
D
From sea to sea
Question 12
Which Canadian symbol can be found on the five cent coin?
A
The beaver
B
The snow goose
C
The grizzly bear
D
The moose
Question 13
Canadian Thanksgiving Day is on the second Monday of which month?
A
October
B
April
C
September
D
July
Question 14
The Canadian national anthem is called what?
A
God Save the Queen
B
God Bless Canada
C
Canada Fair
D
O Canada
Question 15
The highest prize in women’s hockey in Canada is what?
A
The Clarkson Cup
B
The May Cup
C
The Hammond Cup
D
The Ottawa Cup
Question 16
Before the current Canadian flag, what was used for around a century before?
A
A plain red banner
B
The Union Jack
C
The Canadian Red Ensign
D
A modified Stars & Stripes
Question 17
The Canadian coat of arms does not contain a symbol from which country?
A
France
B
Scotland
C
Ireland
D
Wales
Question 18
The red-white-red pattern of the Canadian flag comes from the flag of where?
A
England
B
The Royal Military College, Kingston
C
The British Royal Navy
D
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Question 19
In 1967 Canada began its own honours system with what?
A
The Canadian Knighthood
B
The Order of Canada
C
The Canadian Medal
D
The Cross of Canada
Question 20
Red and white have been the national colours of Canada since…?
A
1931
B
1921
C
1911
D
1901
Question 21
The last Canadian, up to the present day, to the awarded the Victoria Cross was in which year?
A
1945
B
1953
C
1902
D
1918
Question 22
The highest award for bravery available to Canadian service people is…?
A
The Victoria Cross
B
The Charles Cross
C
The George Cross
D
The Edward Cross
Question 23
Which of these French symbols was adopted into Québec’s own flag in 1940?
A
A lion
B
The cross of Lorraine
C
Fleur-de-lys
D
French crown
Question 24
The Maple Leaf has appeared on Canadian military uniforms since when?
A
The 1850s
B
The 1820s
C
The 1920s
D
The 1880s
Question 25
What is the most popular spectator sport in Canada?
A
Curling
B
Soccer
C
Canadian football
D
Hockey
Question 26
Canadian Labour Day is on the first Monday of which month?
A
January
B
September
C
October
D
August
Question 27
The Peace Tower in the Parliament Buildings was built to commemorate…?
A
World War I
B
World War II
C
The Boer War
D
The Korean War
Question 28
How long has the crown been a symbol of state in Canada?
A
300 years
B
200 years
C
500 years
D
400 years
Question 29
The National Hockey League championship is played for what?
A
The Albert Cup
B
The Laurel Cup
C
The Stanley Cup
D
The Frederick Cup
Question 30
What is the official summer sport of Canada?
A
Cricket
B
Tennis
C
Lacrosse
D
Swimming
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