Canada Day Trivia, How Did You Score?
- Canada is a bilingual country, yet there is only one officially bilingual province. Name it.New Brunswick (source: The Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages For New Brunswick)
- What year was the "loonie" introduced?1987 and give yourself an extra point if you knew it has an eleven-sided shape. (source: Royal Canadian Mint)
- What year was the "toonie" introduced?1996. (source: Royal Canadian Mint) Plus, if you ever visit Panama, you'll notice that their one dollar coin (the Balboa) looks a whole lot like our toonie. That's because it was produced by the Royal Canadian Mint.
- How many times zones are there across Canada?6 (source: Citizenship & Immigration Canada)
- Which province is the country’s largest producer of maple syrup?Quebec (source: Citizenship & Immigration Canada)
- What year did Newfoundland’s name officially change to include Labrador?2001 (source: Citizenship & Immigration Canada)
- Name the two national sports of Canada.Ice hockey, the official winter sport and lacrosse, the official summer sport. (source: National Sports of Canada Act)
- True or false: Canadian forests account for nine per cent of all forest coverage worldwide. True (source: Natural Resources Canada)
- The world’s first UFO landing pad is in this province. (Build it and they will come?) Name the province. Bonus points if you know the town's name too!St. Paul, Alberta
- How many Olympics has Canada hosted?Three: Montreal (1976), Calgary (1988) and Vancouver (2010).
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