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How many provinces joined Confederation in 1867?
Anne of Green Gables was written by which Canadian writer:
Lucy Maud Montgomery
What was the first part of Canada to be explored by Europeans, but the last to become a province?
Prince Edward Island
How many points are there on the maple leaf on Canada’s flag?
What percentage of the world’s freshwater lies within Canada?
In which First World War battle did Canadians accomplish what the French and British couldn’t?
Battle of Arras
Battle of Passchendaele
Battle of Hill 70
Battle of Vimy Ridge
Where was Expo 67 held?
Where was the ceremonial Last Spike hammered in to complete the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1885?
What sport did James Naismith invent in 1891?
An estimated 100,000 people rushed to what part of Canada seeking gold in 1896?
Who dipped his prosthesis in the Atlantic Ocean to begin his Marathon of Hope in 1980?
Who was Canada’s first astronaut to go into space?
What hockey team was Wayne Gretzky playing for when it became a NHL franchise?
Toronto Maple Leafs
Los Angeles Kings
What valley is home to 80 per cent of British Columbia’s vineyards?
Kicking Horse Pass
What Canadian publishing company at its height published more than half the romance novels sold in North America?
McClelland & Stewart
What board game was invented by two journalists from Montreal?
Who is the Canadian band put together by American singer Ronnie Hawkins and who backed up Bob Dylan before going out on their own?
What’s Canada’s biggest agricultural export?
What children’s television program featured a castle, a giraffe and a rooster?
The Friendly Giant
Don Messer’s Jubilee
In what year were the Parliament Buildings destroyed by fire?
At what Canadian tourist attraction does your car appear to coast uphill?
Signal Hill, N.L.
Citadel Hill, N.S.
Magnetic Hill, N.B.
Dwyer Hill, Ont.
What natural phenomenon is created twice daily when tidewater from Bay of Fundy rushes upstream over the flow of the Petitcodiac River in New Brunswick?
Fish swimming backwards
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