National Geographic Bee Study (Canada)
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A large territory of Canada that is over two million square kilometers, and is Canada's largest by area, smallest by population, and norhternmost by geography.
A territory of Canada, whose capital and largest city is Yellowknife, which contains the Great Bear and Slave Lakes.
The westernmost territory of Canada, capital Whitehorse, that is home to Mount Logan, the tallest mountain in Canada as well as the Mackenzie River Valley and the Perry Mountains.
Home to Lotus Tower and Mount Sir James MacBrien, located in the Yukon and Northwest Territories.
Mackenzie River Valley
An area encompassing the mountain range and river of the same name, it is named after the 10th Prime Minister of Canada containing a majority of Northwest Territories' population.
The largest island in Canada, containing the cities of Iqaluit and Pangnirtung.
This is the northernmost island in Canada, and is one of the coldest places on Earth.
A completely remote island, this is the largest uninhabited island on the planet.
Named after a British General in the American Revolutionary War, this island is the location of Resolute, the coldest inhabited city in Canada.
This island shares a name with a famous writer who wrote a story about a killer whale.
Divided between Nunavut and Northwest Territories, named after an English Queen who was named the honorary Queen of India.
Located off the coast of the Melville Peninsula, the island is nearly uninhabited except for a few Inuit hamlets.
The largest uninhabited island south of the Arctic Circle.
Although the island is a part of Nunavut, it is off the coast of Ontario province, and is the largest island in James Bay.
Auyuittiuq National Park
A national reserve area in the eastern part of the remote Baffin Island.
Wood Buffalo National Park
This national park, which is the largest in Canada, is located in Northwest Territories as well as Alberta province.
Nahanni National Park
Located in the western part of Dehcho, Northwest Territories, this national park is centered by the South Nahanni River, with four magnificent waterfalls including Virginia Falls.
Ellesmere Island National Park
Quttinirpaaq National Park is another name for this nature preserve which is the second most northern national park in the world.
Ba'athurst Inlet, Nunavut
A small Inuit hamlet in Ba'thurst Bay, Nunavut, with a population of 0-5 as of 2006.
These waterfalls are the largest and most powerful waterfalls north of the Arctic Circle, and are one of the few waterfalls above the Circle.
A large lake on the border between Alberta and Saskatchewan, in Canada.
This Russian island is the turning point of the International Date Line, which runs through 180 degrees longitude.
A water body in the Arctic located north of the Bering Strait that is in Russian maritime waters.
The northernmost continuously inhabited city in Canada, debated by geographers as the northernmost city in the world.
A river in Alberta which flows into the Slave River, a tributary of the Mackenzie River.
Located on Four Corners of Canada, this lake is a popular place to catch Largemouth Bass in Nunavut.
Queen Charlotte Sound
A water body in Canadian waters nestled in between the Queen Charlotte Islands, Victoria Island, and mainland Canada.
Queen Charlotte Islands
Comprised of the Graham and Moresby Islands, this archipelago is known as Haida Gwaii in Inuit language.
Queen Charlotte Strait
A narrow water body that separates Victoria Island from mainland Canada.
Strait of Georgia
A strait which separates Victoria Island from Vancouver, the largest city in British Columbia.
Lake of the Woods
A water body located between Minnesota State in the US and the Canadian Provinces of Manitoba and Ontario.
This river flows from Lake of the Woods to Lake Superior, and is interconnected by a series of lakes and ponds stretching the extent of the river.
International Falls, Minnesota
Located on the confluence of the Peace River and Lake of the Woods, near the Canadian border.
Fort Frances, Canada
A Canadian city parallel to International Falls on the US Side, connected by Falls-Frances Bridge to the American city.
The largest water body that is solely within Ontario province, Canada.
Located on the shores of Lake Ontario, Canada's largest city with over two million people boasts the CN Tower, which was the tallest freestanding structure in the world until 2007.
With its headwaters in Quebec, this river flows into the Ottawa River, which meets the capital of Canada.
This is the capital of Canada, located at the confluence of the Gatineau and Ottawa rivers and taking its name from the Algonquin word "Adawa" which means "to trade".
Designed by John Pearson and Jean Marchand, this is the center of Canadian Parliament located on Parliament Hill. It is one of the most recognized architectures in Canada, and is featured on many of its national banknotes.
Canadian National War Memorial
Built in Ottawa during the 1930s, it is shaped in an arch and is dedicated to every Canadian that died fighting for Canada.
Canada's second largest city is divided up into nineteen boroughs, hosting a population of nearly two million. The city hosted the 1976 Summer Olympics and is the only Canadian city to have done so.
Connecting Montreal Island with the mainland, this bridge is a steel truss Cantavelier Bridge built in the 1950s.
This is a prestigious English-speaking academy in Montreal which was founded by King George IV in 1821, named after a prominent Quebecer Trader, and is located at the foot of Royal Hill in Downtown.
St Joseph's Oratory, the largest church in Canada which was built from 1924 to 1967 is located in which city?
Found in the In the heart of Ville-Marie borough and established as a ville of New France, the oldest part of Montreal is home to the Montreal City Hall and the Notre-Dame Basilica.
Colorful Gothic Revival architecture adorns this chapel, which is located in Ville-Marie, and was dedicated to Mary (mother of Jesus) in July of 1829.
Montreal Clock Tower
Built in the old port of Montreal, this clock tower was dedicated to all the Canadian sailors and navy men that died in World War I.
Montreal Olympic Stadium
Which stadium with a capacity of over 56,000 having the tallest inclined tower in the world, was built for the 1976 Summer Olympics, nicknamed "the Big O" for its tremendous size and "the Big Owe" for its tremendous costs?
A square in Montreal, home to Notre-Dame Basilica that is centered with a statue of Paul de Chomedy, founder of Montreal.
Montreal Fireworks Festival
Also known as L'International des Feux Loto-Québec, this is the largest and most prestigious fireworks display in the world held since 1984, which is a competition by many pyrotechnic companies across the world competing for the Gold Jupiter Award.
A Canadian dish originating in Quebec, which is made of French Fries and cheese curls, topped with a layer of brown gravy.
This is a famous dish originating Montreal which has become popular around Canada.
At 652 miles, this is the longest tributary of the Ohio River and it originates in a state of the same name. Which is this river that Chattanooga is located upon?
What "scenic city" located on the Tennessee River is sandwiched between the Appalachian Mountains and the Cumberland Plateau, and has its own typeface known as "Chatype"?