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What is the second largest country by land mass?▶ Canada
What is the official language of the Canadian province Quebec?▶ French
In what year did Canada become a country?▶ 1867
What is the capital of Quebec Canada?▶ Quebec City
What’s the Canadian national anthem?▶ “O Canada”
When does Canada Day occur?▶ July 1
What state is Toronto in?▶ Ontario
What leaf is on the Canadian flag?▶ Maple Leaf
Canada produces 85% of the world’s supply of what food item?▶ Maple Syrup
What color is the sand on Prince Edward Island?▶ Red
What’s Canada’s national sport?▶ Hockey
How wide is lake Ontario?▶ 85 km
What’s Canada’s only official bilingual province?▶ New Brunswick
Canada is made up of how many provinces?▶ 10
What day is Thanksgiving celebrated in Canada?▶ The second Monday of October
How many time zones are in Canada?▶ Six
Canada’s highest mountain is located in which province or territory?▶ Yukon
What city is the capital of Canada?▶ Ottawa
What is the capital city of Canada’s Yukon territory?▶ Whitehorse
The Canadian flag features a leaf from which type of tree?▶ Maple tree
What are the official winter and summer sports of Canada?▶ Ice hockey and lacrosse
Originally from Quebec, what food comes from the local french slang word for a “mess”?▶ Poutine
The Canadian province of Quebec is bordered to the west by which other province?▶ Ontario
What is the only Canadian province without a natural border?▶ Saskatchewan
In what major Canadian city would you find the Lord Stanley’s Gift Monument?▶ Ottawa
What is Canada’s national animal?Beaver
What is Canada’s national sport?Lacrosse
Which Canadian city is known as the “Windy City”?Lethbridge, Alberta
What is the highest mountain in Canada?Mount Logan
Which Canadian city has the largest population?Toronto
What is the most popular type of cheese in Canada?Cheddar
What is the longest river in Canada?Mackenzie River
What is the name of the Canadian national anthem?O Canada
Which Canadian province has the highest population?Ontario
What is the most visited tourist attraction in Canada?Niagara Falls
Which Canadian city is known as the “City of Festivals”?Montreal
What is the name of Canada’s largest island?Baffin Island
Which Canadian city is known as the “Gateway to the North”?Edmonton
What is the national flower of Canada?Maple leaf
What is Canada’s national tree?Maple tree
What is the largest province in Canada by land area?Quebec
What is the smallest province in Canada by land area?Prince Edward Island
What is the name of the Canadian flag?Maple Leaf Flag
What is the highest tides in the world and where is it located in Canada?Bay of Fundy
Which Canadian city is known as the “Festival City”?Edmonton
What is Canada’s national winter sport?Hockey
What is Canada’s national summer sport?Lacrosse
Which Canadian city is the largest in terms of population?Toronto
What is Canada’s highest mountain?Mount Logan
What is the largest island in Canada?Baffin Island
Which Canadian province has the highest population density?Prince Edward Island
Which Canadian province is the largest by land area?Quebec
Which Canadian city is known as the “Gateway to the North”?Edmonton
What is Canada’s longest river?Mackenzie River
What is Canada’s second-longest river?St. Lawrence River
What is the name of the national park in Canada that is home to the famous natural hot springs?Banff National Park
What is the Canadian territory that is closest to Russia?Yukon
What is the name of the French-speaking province in Canada?Quebec
What is the largest freshwater lake in Canada?Lake Superior
What is the name of the famous waterfall in Canada that is located on the Niagara River?Niagara Falls
What is the name of the island that is the easternmost point of land in North America?Newfoundland
What is the name of the Canadian territory that has Nunavut to its east?Northwest Territories
What is the name of the Canadian province that has Newfoundland and Labrador to its east?Quebec
Which Canadian city is known as the “City of Festivals”?Montreal
Which Canadian province is known for its natural beauty and is home to the Rockies?British Columbia
What is the capital city of Canada?Ottawa
Which city is known as the “Gateway to the North”?Edmonton
Which city is home to the largest natural history museum in Canada?Winnipeg
Which city is known as the “City of Champions” for its sports achievements?Edmonton
Which city hosted the 1976 Summer Olympics?Montreal
Which city is home to the largest mall in North America?Edmonton
Which city is the largest in Atlantic Canada?Halifax
Which city is known as the “Stampede City”?Calgary
Which city is the capital of British Columbia?Victoria
Which city is the most populous in Canada?Toronto
Which city is known as the “Festival City” for its numerous festivals and events?Edmonton
Which city is home to the largest Chinatown in Canada?Vancouver
Which city is located on the St. Lawrence River and is known for its Old Town and historic architecture?Quebec City
Which city is known as the “City of Glass” for its numerous glass skyscrapers?Vancouver
Which city is home to the Calgary Zoo, the second-largest zoo in Canada?Calgary
Which city is known as the “Capital of the North” and is the largest city in Northern Ontario?Sudbury
Which city is known as the “City of Waterfalls” for its many waterfalls, including the famous Niagara Falls?Hamilton
Which city is the capital of Saskatchewan?Regina
Which city is home to the Canadian Museum of History, which showcases the human history of Canada?Gatineau
Which city is known as the “City of Trees” for its abundant green spaces and parks?Saskatoon
What Canadian city is known as the “City of Festivals”?Montreal
What is the capital city of the province of Alberta?Edmonton
What city is known as the “Gateway to the North”?Prince George
What is the largest city in Canada’s easternmost province?St. John’s
What Canadian city is home to the iconic CN Tower?Toronto
What city is known as “The Limestone City”?Kingston
What Canadian city was founded by Samuel de Champlain in 1608?Quebec City
What city is known as the “Windy City of Canada”?Lethbridge
What is the capital city of Canada’s westernmost province?Victoria
What Canadian city is known for its annual Stampede celebration?Calgary
What city is known as the “Steel City”?Hamilton
What Canadian city is home to the longest street in the world?Toronto (Yonge Street)
What city is known as “The Oil Capital of Canada”?Calgary
What Canadian city is located on the shore of Lake Ontario?Kingston
What city is known as the “Heart of the Okanagan”?Kelowna
What Canadian city is known for its Chinatown district?Vancouver

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Tim majored in Humanities with a bachelor in English and Theatre at New York State University. He lectured on entertainment business studies for three years at Plymouth College.

Tim has been a trivia host in his current hometown of Pittsburgh for the past two years. He enjoys hanging out with people who love trivia just as much as he does.

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