Author Topic: Vile8r's Canadian Quiz!  (Read 1142 times)

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June 26, 2017, 10:24:30 AM

Offline vile8r

On July 1, Canada , my home country, will celebrate its 150th birthday! In honor of that, I am doing a quiz to see how much my FFF friends know about Canada! Feel free to join in and see how well you do.

1. True or False? The 49th Parallel between Canada and the U.S., is the longest undefended border in the world?

2. In 1980, Playboy magazine selected its very first Canadian-born Playboy Playmate of the Year. What was her name?

3. What other well-known Canadian-born Playboy Playmate and actress, has the distinction of being the Playboy model to make the most appearances ever on the cover of Playboy magazine?

4. True or False? The 1960s rock band, Steppenwolf, who recorded the iconic song, "Born To Be Wild", were originally from Canada?

5. In 1992 and 1993, the Toronto Blue Jays became the first non-American team to do what?

6. In 1989, the Toronto Blue Jays began to play in a new stadium, which was the first in North America to have what?

7. If you are diabetic, you can thank  a Canadian researcher,  Frederick Banting, for discovering what?

8. What three Canadian cities have hosted Olympic Games?

9. Eugenie Bouchard is a Canadian ________   ________ ?

10. Name all 10 Canadian provinces.

11. What two Canadian provinces are islands?

12. The Hudson River in New York state was named by explorer Henry Hudson. What huge body of water in northern Canada did he also discover and name?

13. What barrel of a Canadian commodity is more valuable right now, than a barrel of oil?

14. What is the official animal of Canada?

15. If I give you a plate of poutine, what are you eating?

16. In the wintertime, Rideau Canal in Ottawa, Ontario becomes what?

17. What is the name of our prime minister?

18. Canada borders three oceans. What are they?

19. True or False? The Niagara Falls are all on Canadian territory.

20. True or False? The world's very first transatlantic radio signal was received at Signal Hill in St. John's. Newfoundland,  from Great Britain on December 12, 1901, by Guglielmo Marconi?