61 Fun Canada Trivia Questions And Answers


Fun Canada Trivia Questions And Answers

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1. Who was the first French-speaking Prime Minister of Canada?
A. Wilfrid Laurier
B. Wilson John
C. Fred Macron

A

2. After the battle of the plains, which country took control over Quebec?
A. United States
B. England
C. France

B

3. What is the name of the person that chose the name ‘British Columbia’?
A. Wilson Churchill
B. Queen Elizabeth
C. Queen Victoria

C

4. When was the maple leaf first used as a symbol of the nation?
A. 1868
B. 1878
C. 1888

A

5. What Is the name of the last province to join Canada?
A. Newfoundland
B. Quebec
C. Ontario

A

6. What route to Canada did slaves take to escape slavery in the United States?
A. Newfoundland Railway
B. The Underground Railroad
C. Quebec Railroad

B

7. In which decade did the Great Depression take place in Canada?
A. 1920s
B. 1910s
C. 1930s

C

8. What is the name of the tribe that was hunted to extinction by Europeans who invaded Newfoundland?
A. Aborigines
B. Beothuks
C. Chinese Canadians

B

9. When did Canadian women win the right to vote in elections?
A. 1921
B. 1931
C. 1911

A

10. When is Remembrance Day celebrated in Canada?
A. 11th October
B. 11th December
C. 11th November

C

11. What were the early settlers of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia who spoke French called?
A. Acadians
B. Beothuks
C. Aborigines

A

12. What is the name of the person that led the rebellions in Quebec City against the colonial governments?
A. John Louis Peter
B. Louis-Joseph Papineau
C. Louis Peterson

B

13. The nickname of Canada is?
A. The Great White South
B. The Great White East
C. The Great White North

C

14. The Battle of Vimy Ridge, in which four divisions of the Canadian Corps fought, was in which war?
A. World War 2
B. World War 1
C. Canada Civil War

B

15. What is the name of the first Prime Minister of Canada?
A. Louis-Joseph Papineau
B. Wilfrid Laurier
C. John A. Macdonald

C

16. In which year was Canada founded?
A. 1857
B. 1867
C. 1877

B

17. When did British Columbia join the Canadian Confederation?
A. 1871
B. 1911
C. 1881

A

18. The ethnic group that was once forced to pay a head tax to migrate to Canada is?
A. Japanese
B. Chinese
C. Australian

B

19. The economic issue dominated the Canadian Federal elections in 1988 was?
A. Hunger
B. GDP reduction
C. Free trade

C

20. Which term was used to associate the pioneer French Traders in Canada?
A. Coureurs des bois
B. Coureurs du vu
C. Coureurs du riz

A

21. What is the name of the British subjects that fled to Canada during and after the American Revolution?
A. United Empire Loyalists
B. United Kingdom Loyalists
C. United Empire Knights

A

22. What is the name of the political movement that swept all through Quebec City in the 1960s?
A. Canadian Revolution
B. The Quiet Revolution
C. Quebec Revolution

B

23. The first Canadian to go into space was?
A. Marc Garneau
B. Marc Stuart
C. Marc John

A

24. When was Canada’s Constitution partitioned from Great Britain?
A. 1962
B. 1972
C. 1982

C

25. When did New Brunswick become its own separate colony?
A. 1784
B. 1678
C. 1810

A

26. In which year was the first Canadian team in the NBA established?
A. 1944
B. 1945
C. 1946

C

27. What is the name of the person that designed the Canadian Flag?
A. George Peters
B. John Lewis
C. George Stanley

C

28. The individual that was responsible for the Canadian National Anthem lyrics was?
A. Sir Frank Swettenham
B. Sir Adolphe-Basile Routhier
C. Sir Frank Victor

B

29. The city that currently serves as the home to an NBA team that originated in Canada is?
A. Memphis
B. Ontario
C. Newfoundland

A

30. What Is the name of the Canadian mixed martial artist considered to be one of the greatest fighters in MMA history?
A. George Laurier
B. Georges St-Pierre
C. Ben Hayward

B

31. What is the name of the person that hit a walk-off home run to hand over Blue Jays a World Series title?
A. Peter Carter
B. John Carter
C. Joe Carter

C

32. Which team was the last from Canada to bag the Stanley cup, from 2020?
A. Montreal Canadiens
B. Newfoundland Heroes
C. Toronto Rock

A

33. Which series of NHL outdoor games are played exclusively between teams from Canada?
A. Hedera Classic
B. Quebec Classic
C. Heritage Classic

C

34. The rank that is held by the individual after whom the Stanley Cup has been named is?
A. Prime minister
B. Governor General
C. Senator

B

35. Mark Tewkesbury specialized in which swimming stroke to win a gold medal at the Olympics?
A. Backstroke
B. Butterfly stroke
C. Front stroke

A

36. What Is the name of the Canadian athlete that first secured a gold medal on home turf?
A. Alexander Jackson
B. Laurie Henderson
C. Alexandre Bilodeau

C

37. Canada first took part in which Olympic games?
A. 1900
B. 1910
C. 1920

A

38. Ottawa Rough Riders was founded in which year?
A. 1798
B. 1879
C. 1876

C

39. The athletic teams of the University of Ottawa are collectively called?
A. The Moon Pies
B. The Gee-Gees
C. Ottawa Riders

B

40. What was the name of the Saskatchewan CFL team in 2005?
A. Roughriders
B. Golden Bears and Pandas
C. The Gee-Gees

A

41. What Is the name of the Canadian city that serves as the birthplace of ice hockey?
A. Toronto
B. Ontario
C. Montreal

C

42. The total number of teams that are present in the NHL is?
A. Six
B. Seven
C. Nine

B

43. In 1995, which city did the Quebec Nordiques depart?
A. Ontario
B. Toronto
C. Denver

C

44. The first Canadian male golfer in 2003 to win a Major when he bagged The Master’s title was?
A. Mike Weir
B. Mike Harrison
C. Justin Morneau

A

45. What is the number of provinces that Canada has?
A. 12
B. 10
C. 8

B

46. Which territory in Canada is governed by Inuits or Eskimos?
A. Nunavut
B. Quebec
C. Newfoundland

A

47. Which river in Canada is the longest?
A. St Lawrence
B. Hudson River
C. Mackenzie

C

48. St Lawrence River is in which city?
A. Ontario
B. Montreal
C. Toronto

B

49. The Canadian river that does not flow into the Hudson Bay is known as?
A. Mackenzie
B. Manitoba River
C. St Lawrence

C

50. Canada borders how many oceans?
A. 3
B. 2
C. 4

A

51. The estimated length of Canada coastline is?
A. Approximately 343,000 kilometers
B. Approximately 143,000 kilometers
C. Approximately 243,000 kilometers

C

52. Which place in Canada has the world’s longest covered bridge?
A. Vancouver Island
B. Hartland
C. Nunavut

B

53. The two provinces that are bordered by the popular Rocky Mountains are?
A. British Columbia and Alberta
B. Montreal and Ontario
C. Toronto and Nunavut

A

54. The biggest bay in Canada is the?
A. Alberta Bay
B. Newfoundland Bay
C. Hudson Bay

C

55. In Canada, the largest city by area is?
A. Montreal
B. Ontario
C. Toronto

C

56. Flin Flon is located in which city?
A. British Columbia
B. Manitoba
C. Newfoundland

B

57. How many great lakes are there in Canada?
A. 3
B. 4
C. 2

B

58. In Canada, which biome does not exist within the country?
A. Sudan savanna
B. Grassland
C. Tropical rainforest

C

59. The largest mall in Canada is located in which city?
A. Edmonton
B. Montreal
C. Toronto

A

60. The longest highway in Canada is the?
A. Trans-Toronto Highway
B. Trans-Quebec Highway
C. Trans-Canada Highway

C

61. The highest point of Ontario is?
A. Ishpatina Ridge
B. Ontario Tower
C. Ontario Hill

A

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