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5 Matching questions

  1. Montreal
  2. Ottawa
  3. 2nd
  4. Saskatchewan
  5. Bay of Fundy
  1. a The highest tide change (30 feet) in the world is in what place in Canada?
  2. b By 1957, Canada was a leading oil producer, and now has the ___ largest reserves.
  3. c What is the largest French-speaking city in the Americas?
  4. d In what city did the first dominion parliament meet in 1867?
  5. e What province was the first with hospital insurance plan and universal prepaid medical care?

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. What is the most populous province in Canada, and how many people does it have?
  2. The dominion parliament passed what act in August of 1914?
  3. What province has the last farmland, and how many square kilometers does it have?
  4. What does Canada mean in the Huron-Iroquois language?
  5. How much money was raised for World War I?

5 True/False questions

  1. Timber, Oil, Mining, Aircraft, Fishing, Insurance, Natural gas,What three groups moved in large numbers to Canada immediately after World War II?


  2. Joey Smallwood (Canada's Walter Cronkite)What newscaster promoted the joining of Newfoundland to Canada?


  3. Atlantic provinces (because low Education levels but has a lot of oil and gas exploration)What does UNESCO stand for (mentioned in notes, but not sure if important)?


  4. 1949; Newfies needed money, better education (built schools), fishing industryNewfoundland (The Rock) remained independent until what year?


  5. Sir John McDonaldWho was Canada's first prime minister?