Canadians are notoriously friendly and tend to overuse the phrase “sorry,” but we’re not sorry about highlighting this beautiful and expansive country. The 10 provinces and 3 territories that make up Canada are full of intriguing facts and tidbits. Some are full of dinosaur fossils, some are surrounded by ocean, and some have a climate similar to Mars! Buckle up, we’re going on an adventure through the Great White North with this quiz about Canadian provinces and territories.
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20 Questions: Canadian Provinces and Territories
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What Canadian province has the highest concentration of post-secondary schools than any other province or territory in the country? Hint: what it lacks in size, it makes up for in smarts!
What province or territory in Canada has a climate similar to the planet Mars?
What beloved fictional book series was based on Prince Edward Island in the fictional town of Avonlea?
In what Canadian province can you find polar bears?
What Canadian province borders the Pacific Ocean?
Which province does not participate in Daylight Savings, choosing instead to stay on one uniform time year-round?
Select the three Maritime provinces.
What piece of iconic Canadiana sporting equipment is on display on Vancouver Island, British Columbia? It was constructed for the World Fair in 1985 and is the largest of its kind in the world.
Fill in the blank. Ottawa, Ontario has the world’s longest ____________.
Canada is made up of ten provinces and three territories. Select the Canadian territories.
In what Canadian city can you find one of the oldest settlements in North America (it was founded in 1608)?
In which Canadian province has more dinosaur fossils been found than almost any other spot on Earth?
Over half of this Canadian export is produced in British Columbia.
To witness the viewing of this natural phenomenon, the Northwest Territories is one of the best places to do so in the world.
True or False? The border of Alberta and Saskatchewan runs through the center of the town of Lloydminster. They have a charter to dictate when residents are to follow which provincial legislation.
What is Canada’s only officially bilingual province?
True or False? The signature drink at a bar in the Yukon is the Sourtoe Cocktail – a drink that comes with a human toe in it as a garnish.
True or False? Nunavut is Canada’s largest province by land area.
True or False? In terms of land size and population, Prince Edward Island is the smallest province in Canada.
True or False? Alberta was originally part of the Northwest Territories.
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Curious about more fun facts about the Great White North? You’re in luck! We have compiled over 100+ Interesting Facts About Canada and you may find some answers to this quiz in our post dedicated to Canadian Provinces and Territories.