5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Atomic Energy Commission, World Food Bank, International Civil Aviation Authority
- Newfoundland, 335
- United Nations Education Scientific and Cultural Organization
- 1962; due to Eisenhower trucking industry
- Retail, Insurance and Baking (both provide Canada with most $$$), Real Estate, and Tourism (fastest growing)
- a What province has the last farmland, and how many square kilometers does it have?
- b Canada's status as a middle world power was increased through its principal membership in what three organizations?
- c What does UNESCO stand for (mentioned in notes, but not sure if important)?
- d What are the main Service Sector jobs? (3/4 of Canadian jobs)
- e In what year was the Trans-Canada highway completed?
5 Multiple choice questions
- Who founded Quebec City?
- What three groups moved in large numbers to Canada immediately after World War II?
- What does Canada mean in the Huron-Iroquois language?
- numbers of teachers and schools double because baby boom, vets
- The dominion parliament passed what act in August of 1914?
5 True/False questions
Wheat, flour, cattle → Canadian farms grew what three goods for the Western allies in World War I?
33.5% (1/3) → What percentage of the world's total uranium was produced in Canada in 1991?
Northwestern Territory, Nunavut Territory, Yukon Territory → What are the 3 territories of Canada?
Humiliation Day → July 1st is known as what to Chinese due to the mass deportation of Chines on July 1st, 1923?
1871 (East to West) → In what year did British Columbia join the dominion?