Canada Trivia Quiz

Canada is the second largest and the northern-most country in the world, occupying most of the North American land mass. Its two official languages are English and French. Test your knowledge of this beautiful country in this trivia quiz.

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Select the correct answer for each trivia question. When you are done, click on the Check Answers button to check your answers and Squigly will tell you how you did.

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1.

The capital city of Canada is Ottawa, in what province is it located?

Quebec
Ontario
British Columbia

2.

Which of these Canadian provinces is primarily French Speaking?

British Columbia
Saskatchewan
Quebec

3.

Which of these prairie provinces is the biggest?

Alberta
Manitoba
Saskatchewan

4.

In British Columbia you will find many Douglas Firs. What is so amazing about these trees?

They only grow in British Columbia
They live to be 1,000 years old.
They are miniature trees, that don't grow very tall at all.

5.

How much daylight can you expect in the Yukon in the middle of the summer?

Same as everywhere else.
Four hours.
24 hours, the sun never sets.

6.

In what province would you find Cavendish, the setting of for the 'Anne of Green Gables' books?

Nova Scotia
Newfoundland
Prince Edward Island

7.

Where is Peggy's Cove?

British Columbia
Manitoba
Nova Scotia

8.

In which province was an almost complete skeleton of a Tyrannosaurus Rex found?

Manitoba
Saskatchewan
New Brunswick

9.

Which of these lakes is not located in Canada?

Lake Superior
Lake Ontario
Lake Michigan

10.

The National Anthem of Canada is 'O Canada' . How does it begin

'O Canada! Our home and native land.'
'O Canada! Our home and precious land.'
'O Canada! We stand on guard for thee.'

  

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