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Canada-Regions

Canada’s Regions

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Manitoba is an important centre of _____ culture.

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How big is Canada?

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Where is the highest mountain, Mount Logan located in Canada?

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Which is Canada's largest east coast port?

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Which province is known for the world’s major beef producers?

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Which is Canada’s second largest city?

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Which region is often referred to as the “Land of the Midnight Sun”?

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Which province is known as the birthplace of Confederation?

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What is the capital city of British Columbia?

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Where is the world-famous Lake Louise located?

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How many provinces are there in The Northern Territories?

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What is the capital city of Nunavut?

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Which Atlantic province is linked to shipbuilding?

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Which region is mostly dry, with cold winters and hot summers?

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Which is the most spoken language after English in B.C?

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Canada-United States boundary lies on which side of Canada?

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Outside of Quebec, which province has the largest French-speaking?

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Which is the second-longest river system in North America after the Mississippi?

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When was Nunavut established?

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What is the capital city of Yukon Territory?

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What is Canada’s main financial centre?

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What’s the population of Ontario?

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Which city’s Exchange District includes the most famous street intersection in Canada, Portage and Main?

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What is the population of Yellowknife?

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What makes up the Northern Territories?

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Which provinces make up the Prairie Provinces of Canada?

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What is the population of B.C.?

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In which region gold, lead, copper, diamond, and zinc mines are found?

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The soil in the North is permanently frozen due to the cold Arctic climate.

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Anne of Green Gables, a much-loved story of a little orphan girl was set in ______?

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Which is the largest city in Saskatchewan?

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Which province has sustained a vibrant culture of Celtic and Gaelic traditions?

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Which province is known for its pharmaceuticals and aeronautics industries?

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Which province of Canada is the oldest colony of the British Empire?

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In the North, the darkness lasts up to ____months in winter.

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Which province is famous for red soil?

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Which province holds the record for the coldest temperature(-63°C) ever recorded in Canada?

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What provinces make up The Atlantic Region?

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Iqaluit was formerly known as Frobisher Bay.

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____ is the principal Francophone Acadian centre.

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When was the capital city of Canada chosen?

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Which province is known for Loyalist and French cultural heritage?

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Which province is referred to as the “breadbasket of the world”?

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Warm airstreams from the ____ Ocean give the B.C. coast a temperate climate. 

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Manitoba has __% Ukrainian origins and over __% of the Aboriginal population.

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Which capital city has played an important role in Atlantic trade and defense?

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What is the capital city of Newfoundland and Labrador?

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How many provinces are there in The Prairie Provinces?

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Which province is the country’s largest producer of grains and oilseeds?

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Who is the largest producer of oil and gas?

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More than ___ of Canadians live in Ontario.

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Which is the most populous city in Manitoba?

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What is the capital city of Prince Edward Island?

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Which province is connected to mainland Canada by the Confederation Bridge?

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How much is the Francophone population in Manitoba?

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Which province is known for mining, fishing, fruit orchards, and the wine industry?

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Which city is the second largest mainly French-speaking city in the world after Paris?

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What is considered Central Canada?

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What is the capital city of New Brunswick?

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Who keeps the flag flying in Canada’s Arctic?

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The Port of _____ is our gateway to the Asia-Pacific.

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What is the capital city of Quebec?

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What is the capital of Canada?

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Which is the smallest province of Canada?

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Which is Canada’s only officially bilingual province?

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What is the official language of Nunavut?

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Where are the world’s richest deposits of prehistoric fossils and dinosaur finds?

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In which province the world’s highest tides can be found?

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Which province has the highest population of all the Atlantic Provinces?

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How many provinces does Canada have?

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What is called the “diamond capital of North America.”?

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Which province is known as Canada’s Pacific gateway?

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Canada has ___ distinct regions.

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50% of the population of Northwest Territories is ____?

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Which province is the most easterly point in North America?

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What’s the population of Quebec?

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Saskatchewan has ___% of the arable land in Canada.

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What is the capital city of the Northwest Territories?

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English explorer Martin Iqaluit penetrated the uncharted Arctic for Queen Elizabeth I in 1576, Iqaluit was named after him. 

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_____ farmers raise dairy and beef cattle, poultry, and vegetable and grain crops. 

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The _____ territories have long cold winters and short cool summers.

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Canada is the _____largest country in the world.

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Which is the largest city in Canada?

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What is the meaning of Nunavut in Inuktitut?

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How big is the Mackenzie River?

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How big is the National Capital Region of Canada?

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How many provinces are there in The West Coast?

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When were Northwest Territories (N.W.T.) originally made?

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How many provinces are there in The Central Canada?

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Ottawa is Canada’s ____ largest metropolitan area.

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Which province has the largest Aboriginal population?

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Which province was founded by the United Empire Loyalists?

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Which province is known for potatoes? 

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Which art from The Northern Territories is sold throughout Canada and around the world?

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How many Great Lakes are located between Ontario and the United States?

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Which city is home to Canada’s largest naval base?

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What is the capital city of Alberta?

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Which province has an international reputation for films, music, literary works, and food?

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Canada is divided into the following regions:

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Which province has the most extensive park system with approximately 600 provincial parks in Canada?

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Much of the North is made up of ___.

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Which region is known for its vineyards, wines, and fruit crops?

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Which province’s economy is based on agriculture, mining, and hydro-electric power generation?

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What is the capital city of Nova Scotia?

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Which are the largest Asian communities living in BC?

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The population of The Northern Territories is only ____.

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Banff National Park was established in ___.

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Which lake is the largest freshwater lake in the world?

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Which Atlantic province has the second largest river system on North America’s coastline?

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In Quebec, more than three-quarters speak _____as their first language.

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What is the capital city of Ontario?

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Which area is the most fertile farmland in the world?

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Which province is popular for the most valuable forestry industry in Canada?

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Mount Logan is named in honour of ____, a world-famous geologist.

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The Northern Territories contain ____of Canada’s landmass.

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Which of the following lakes are located between Ontario and the United States?

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In the North, daylight can last up to ___ hours in summer.

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What makes up The West Coast of Canada?

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Which province has a long history of coal mining, forestry, and agriculture?

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Where do we have cold winters and warm humid summers?

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Who is Canada’s main producer of pulp and paper?

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A large percentage of Canada’s exports come from which area?

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Which province is popular for its majestic mountains?

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What is the source of living for people in the North?

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Where are the world’s richest deposits of uranium and potash found?

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How many territories does Canada have?

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Which is the popular game for hunters and a symbol of Canada’s North?

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Which province is known as the “wheat province”?

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Which is Canada's busiest and largest port that handles billions of dollars in goods traded around the world?

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Which province is famous for over 700 annual festivals including the military tattoo?

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Are the Canadian Rangers part of the Canadian Forces Reserves (militia)?

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What is the first language in schools of Nunavut?

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More than 50% of the Canadians live in cities and towns near ________.

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The Canadian Rangers travel by ____ in the winter and all-terrain vehicles in the summer from Resolute to the Magnetic North Pole.

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How many provinces are there in The Atlantic Region?

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Where is the headquarters of the navy’s Pacific fleet?

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The three bordering oceans of Canada are ___.

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Which lake is named after the fourth daughter of Queen Victoria?

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What population in Nunavut is Inuit?

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How many national parks are there in Alberta?

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What makes up Central Canada?

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What is the capital city of Manitoba?

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Which Atlantic province is known as the gateway to Canada?

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More than three-quarters of all Canadian manufactured goods are produced by Ontario and ____.

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Who is Canada’s largest producer of hydro-electricity?

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What is the capital city of Saskatchewan?

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Thousands of miners came to the ____during the Gold Rush of the 1890s.

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What is the population of Canada?

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What is the name of the second largest river system on North America’s coastline?

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Which city is the training academy of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police?

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Which Candian province has its own time zone?

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Does each province and territory of Canada have its own capital city?

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Which province is the most populous Prairie province?

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British Columbia (B.C.) is Canada’s _____ province.

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Which city in Saskatchewan is the headquarters of the mining industry and an important educational, research and technology centre?

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