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Canada Quiz

How well do you know Canada? Let's just see how well your Grade 8 and 10 history teachers taught you what you should know about your country. Live outside of Canada? Here's a good way to see if you know something about the number one place to live in the world!

Simply scroll your mouse over the answer button beside each question and read the answer in the status bar at the bottom of your screen. Make sure your web browser has javascript enabled so you can see the answers!

  1. Which animal is an official emblem of Canada?
    a) The beaver
    b) The moose
    c) The polar bear

  2. How many provinces and territories are there in Canada?
    a) Ten
    b) Twelve
    c) Thirteen

  3. When did "O Canada" become the national anthem?
    a) In 1867
    b) In 1967
    c) In 1980

  4. Who composed the music for "O Canada"?
    a) William Lyon Mackenzie King
    b) Calixa Lavallée
    c) Adolphe-Basile Routhier

  5. How many designs did the 1964 Parliamentary Committee review before choosing the maple leaf for Canada's flag?
    a) 200
    b) 2000
    c) 20000

  6. On what day was the maple leaf flag first raised on Parliament Hill?
    a)February 15, 1965
    b)July 1, 1965
    c)July 1, 1967

  7. The maple leaf is a prominent Canadian symbol. On what coin does it appear?
    a) The penny
    b) The nickel
    c) The quarter

  8. What are Canada's official colours?
    a) Blue and red
    b) Gold and red
    c) White and red

  9. What is the origin of the name "Canada"?
    a) Inuit
    b) Huron-Iroquois
    c) Metis

  10. What are the animal figures that stand on either side of the shield on the Arms of Canada?
    a) A lion and an elk
    b) A lion and a horse
    c) A lion and a unicorn

  11. The first tidal power station in North America was built in what bay, known for its high tides (in fact, the highest in the world)?
    a) Howe Sound, British Columbia
    b) James Bay, Ontario
    c) Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick
    d) Bonavista Bay, Newfoundland

  12. What city, founded in 1608 by Champlain, claims to be the oldest city in North America? (It is also the only walled city in North America.)
    a) Quebec City
    b) Halifax
    c) Saskatoon
    d) Vancouver

  13. How many U.S. states have at least part of their state north of Canda's southernmost point?
    a) 0
    b) 5
    c) 18
    d) 27

  14. The westernmost community in Canada, Beaver Creek, is in which province or territory?
    a) British Columbia
    b) Northwest Territories
    c) Newfoundland
    d) Yukon

  15. How much of all the fresh water in the world is in the Northwest Territories?
    a) less than 0.5 %
    b) approximately 1%
    c) approximately 9%
    d) more than 25%

  16. Which was the first province to establish a hospital insurance plan and universal prepaid medical care?
    a) Ontario
    b) Saskatchewan
    c) British Columbia
    d) New Brunswick

  17. What city is the largest in Canada by population and the fifth largest in all of North America?
    a) Vancouver, British Columbia
    b) Montreal, Quebec
    c) Calgary, Alberta
    d) Toronto, Ontario

  18. What city has the highest mean daily maximum temperature in July?
    a) Toronto, Ontario
    b) Medicine Hat, Alberta
    c) Windsor, Ontario
    d) Whitehorse, Yukon

  19. Which is the largest island in Canada?
    a) Prince Edward Island
    b) Ellesmere Island
    c) Newfoundland
    d) Baffin Island

  20. Niagara Falls is the highest waterfall in Canada.
    a) True
    b) False

  21. Quebec is the most populous province of Canada.
    a) True
    b) False

  22. What was the first city in North America to be designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site?
    a) St. John's, Newfoundland
    b) Halifax, Nova Scotia
    c) Quebec City, Quebec
    d) Dawson, Yukon

  23. The CN Tower in Toronto is the tallest free-standing structure in the world. How tall is it?
    a) 101 metres
    b) 376 metres
    c) 553 metres
    d) 998 metres

  24. Now that the Soviet Union no longer exists, Canada is the largest country (in area) in the world.
    a) True
    b) False

  25. Approximately what percentage of Canada has never been permanently settled?
    a) less than 5%
    b) 18%
    c) 31%
    d) 89%

  26. What is the largest lake IN Canada?
    a) Lake Michigan
    b) Great Bear Lake
    c) Lake Simcoe
    d) Okanagan Lake

  27. Where is the tallest smokestack in the world?
    a) Hamilton, Ontario
    b) Sudbury, Ontario
    c) Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec
    d) Resolute, Northwest Territories

  28. The Thirty Thousand Islands, an understatement of their number, form the largest fresh water archipelago in the world. Where are they located?
    a) Georgian Bay, Ontario
    b) Arctic Ocean, Northwest Territories
    c) St. Lawrence River, Ontario
    d) Lake Superior, Ontario

  29. When was the last spike of the Trans-Canada railway driven?
    a) 1867
    b) 1885
    c) 1901
    d) 1930

  30. What is the driest place in Canada?
    a) Yellow Grass, Saskatchewan
    b) Arctic Bay, Northwest Territories
    c) Windsor, Ontario
    d) Vancouver, British Columbia

  31. What is the largest land animal native to Canada?
    a) polar bear
    b) moose
    c) African elephant
    d) bison

  32. Where is the largest wetland in the world?
    a) Hudson Bay lowlands
    b) Baffin Island
    c) Peace-Athabasca Delta
    d) Mackenzie Delta

  33. What city recorded the greatest mean annual total of precipitation (1951-1980) ?
    a) Vancouver, British Columbia
    b) Halifax, Nova Scotia
    c) Victoria, British Columbia
    d) St. John's, Newfoundland

  34. What percentage of the world total of uranium did Canada produce in 1991?
    a) 5.75%
    b) 10.3%
    c) 33.5%
    d) 100%

  35. Which province has the greatest population density?
    a) Prince Edward Island
    b) Ontario
    c) Quebec
    d) Newfoundland

  36. There are two reasons why Wood Buffalo National Park, in Alberta and the Northwest Territories, is famous. First, it is home to the largest herd of bison in the world, and second...
    a) it contains the largest goose colony in the world
    b) it is the only nesting site of the whooping crane
    c) it contains the largest wetland in the world
    d) it is one of the most popular tourist attractions in North America, second only to Disney World

  37. Saskatchewan has more than a third of all the farmland in Canada, with more than a quarter million square kilometres. Which province, with only 335 square kilometres, has the least farmland of any province?
    a) Prince Edward Island
    b) Ontario
    c) Alberta
    d) Newfoundland

  38. What is the deepest lake in Canada?
    a) Lake Superior
    b) Great Slave Lake
    c) Lake Baïkal
    d) Lake Huron

  39. Excluding the northern arctic islands, Prince Edward Island is the largest island on the east coast of Canada.
    a) True
    b) False

  40. Near which city was the first oil well drilled in North America?
    a) St. John's, Newfoundland
    b) Calgary, Alberta
    c) Sarnia, Ontario
    d) Medicine Hat, Alberta

  41. The world's largest non-polar icefield can be found in the St. Elias Mountains of which province or territory?
    a) British Columbia
    b) Northwest Territories
    c) Newfoundland and Labrador
    d) Yukon

  42. Which prime minister has enjoyed the longest time in office so far?
    a) The Right Honourable Sir John Alexander Macdonald
    b) The Right Honourable William Lyon Mackenzie King
    c) The Right Honourable Pierre Elliott Trudeau
    d) The Right Honourable Joseph Jacques Jean Chrétien

  43. The Canadian west coast is home to the tallest and longest living tree in Canada, known in Latin as Pseudotsuga menziesii, and more commonly known as...
    a) Redwood
    b) Douglas Fir
    c) Giant Sequoia
    d) White Pine

  44. Canada ranks fourth in the world for the actual amount of surface area which is protected. What three countries have more protected area than Canada?
    a) United States, China, Russia
    b) United States, Australia, Denmark
    c) France, Ethiopia, Japan
    d) United States, India, Argentina

  45. Manitoulin Island in Lake Huron is especially noted for being...
    a) the largest freshwater island in the world
    b) the second largest island in the world
    c) the least forested island in the world
    d) the best nickel producing region in Canada

  46. Montreal is the largest French-speaking city in the Americas.
    a) True
    b) False

  47. The largest National Park in Canada is partly in Alberta and partly in the Northwest Territories. It protects one of the world's finest fresh water deltas: that of the Peace and Athabasca Rivers. What is the park's name?
    a) Sir John A. Macdonald
    b) Glacier
    c) Wood Buffalo
    d) Yellowstone

  48. Which of the following regions has the smallest total number of lakes over 3 kilometres squared in size?
    a) Ontario
    b) Atlantic Provinces
    c) British Columbia
    d) Prairie Provinces

  49. Which prime minister of Canada spent the shortest term of office?
    a) The Right Honourable Sir Charles Tupper
    b) The Honourable Alexander Mackenzie
    c) The Right Honourable Kim Campbell
    d) The Right Honourable John Turner

  50. The heaviest snowfall in one day in Canada occurred in which province or territory?
    a) British Columbia
    b) Quebec
    c) Yukon
    d) Saskatchewan

  51. Which is the windiest and foggiest city in Canada, and has the most days of freezing precipitation?
    a) Prince Rupert, British Columbia
    b) Victoria, British Columbia
    c) Halifax, Nova Scotia
    d) St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador

  52. Many people know that the highest tides in Canada are at the Bay of Fundy, on the east coast. The tidal range there is 16.1 metres. Where in Canada is the tidal range the lowest?
    a) Prince Rupert, British Columbia
    b) Eureka, Northwest Territories
    c) Corner Brook, Newfoundland
    d) Moosonee, Ontario

  53. Which is the largest library in Canada, based on the number of books?
    a) Ottawa Public Library
    b) National Library of Canada
    c) University of Toronto Library
    d) University of British Columbia Library

  54. Which of the following slogans is associated with Canada's constitution?
    a) liberty, equality, fraternity
    b) peace, order and good government
    c) life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness

  55. Which of the following was Canada's only woman prime minister?
    a) Audrey McLaughlen
    b) Jeanne Sauvé
    c) Kim Campbell
    d) Flora MacDonald

  56. Which river is Canada's longest?
    a) The St. Lawrence
    b) The Fraser
    c) The Mackenzie
    d) The Saskatchewan

  57. Who coined the phrase "the global village" and argued that "the medium is the message?"
    a) Marshall McLuhan
    b) Bill Gates
    c) Harold Innes
    d) Andy Warhol

  58. Which hockey team has won the Stanley Cup more often than any other?
    a) Toronto Maple Leafs
    b) Edmonton Oilers
    c) Detroit Red Wings
    d) Montreal Canadiens

  59. On what day do Canadians honour those who served in wartime?
    a) Christmas
    b) Thanksgiving
    c) Remembrance Day
    d) May 24th

  60. Sir Louis-Hippolyte LaFontaine and Robert Baldwin...
    a) were the first Europeans to see the Rocky Mountains
    b) were French and British military commanders
    c) formed an alliance of reformers in Lower Canada and Upper Canada

  61. Which of the following Canadian politicians could be called the "most recent father of Confederation?"
    a) John Amagoalik
    b) Pierre Trudeau
    c) Joey Smallwood
    d) Tommy Douglas

  62. In 1992 Roberta Bondar became:
    a) the first Canadian woman to play in the National Hockey League
    b) the first Canadian woman to be launched into outer space
    c) the first Canadian woman to win an Oscar for being best actress
    d) the first Canadian woman President of General Motors of Canada

  63. In which province, famous for its deposits of dinosaur bones, would you find Dinosaur Provincial Park?
    a) Saskatchewan
    b) New Brunswick
    c) Ontario
    d) Alberta

  64. What major event happened in Winnipeg in 1919?
    a) a general strike
    b) the Red River Rebellion
    c) a great flood
    d) the first Stanley Cup hockey game

  65. What famous schooner, commemorated on the 10 cent coin, was built in Nova Scotia in 1921?
    a) the Flying Dutchman
    b) the Titanic
    c) the Bluenose
    d) la Grande Hermine

  66. Which of the following people is Canadian?
    a) hockey player, Chris Chelios
    b) actor Candice Bergen
    c) actor Michael J. Fox
    d) actor Catherine Deneuve

  67. In 1980, who set out to run across Canada to raise money to fight cancer?
    a) Rick Hansen
    b) Steve Fonyo
    c) Donovan Bailey
    d) Terry Fox