Geography Quiz 1
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Geography Quiz 1
Geography Quiz on all the information on the first 10 pages.
Western, McGill, McMaster, Simon Fraser, Queens
Largest province in population
Symbol on the Canadian flag
Large white bear found in Canada's north.
Major tourist attraction--a natural wonder.
Province associated with cattle ranching cowboys.
Most southern point in Canada
Point Pelee (attached), Point Pelee Island/Middle Island (unattached)
Metallic mineral mined in Sudbury, Ontario
New word to describe Eskimoes.
Continent sending us our most recent immigrants.
Includes Etobicoke, Scarborough, and North York
Greater Toronto Area (GTA), or just Toronto
Brantford's most famous citizen.
Sir Alexander Graham Bell, Wayne Gretzkey
Inland waterway with 16 locks.
St. Lawrence Seaway
Canada's warmest summers are experience here.
South-Western Ontario (Windsor)
Most valuable catch of the Atlantic fishing industry.
lobster, but traditionally cod.
Appalachians, Columbia, Selkirk, Rockies
Hockey team that has won the most Stanley Cups.
Canada's mildest winters are in this province.
Large lake in Manitoba
Major industry located in Windsor and St. Thomas
Most important fish caught in B.C. waters.
Name of the county I live in.
Province nicknamed the "Breadbasket of Canada"
Fossil fuel mined in Alberta.
natural gas, oil
Canada's most important trading partner.
Ontario's provincial flower.
Number of provinces in Canada?
Canada's smallest province in area.
Prince Edward Island
Two professional sports teams in Toronto.
Maple Leafs (hockey), Blue Jays (baseball)
Largest City in Canada
Two Canadian football teams.
BC Lions, TO Argonauts
Two landlocked provinces.
Alberta and Saskatchewan
Largest of the Great Lakes.
Canada's two largest ethnic groups.
English/British and French
Canada's largest province in area.