Canadian-Citizenship Practice Test – Canada’s Regions – 1
What is the capital of Quebec?
What language(s) is (are) the official language of Nunavut and the first language in schools?
Where is the home of the training academy for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police?
Which Prairie province is renowned for its agriculture, especially their vast cattle ranches?
Where in Canada is the population about 85% Inuit?
What province is the known for being the most populous Atlantic province?
In which geographic region do more than half the people of Canada live?
What is referred to as Central Canada?
What province is known as the gateway to Canada?
Where did the miners come to during the Gold Rush of the 1890s?
Which province is an important centre of Ukranian culture at 14% reporting Ukranian origins?
What city is Canada's fiancial centre?
What province is known for its beautiful beaches?
What is the most populous city in Manitoba?
What are the five distinct regions of Canada?
Of the five regions, which region in Canada is known as the industrial and manufacturing heartland?
What is the capital of Nunavut?
What province is known for its identity being linked to shipping and ship building?
Which of the Great Lakes is the largest freshwater lake in the world?
What province has its own time zone?
What is the capital of the Northwest Territories?
Which province has the second largest river system on North America's Atlantic coastline?
In what year did Nunavut become a territory?
What province is known for having the largest east coast port?
In the province of New Brunswick, what is the largest city?
What province has one of the longest continuous multispan bridges in the world connecting to mainland Canada?
What three oceans border Canada?
In the province of New Brunswick, what percentage of the population lives and works in French?
In what province or territory is the Mackenzie River-the second largest river system in North America?
Which is the most populous Prairie province?
In what Atlantic province is the Bay of Fundy?
Where is it called the 'diamond capital of North America'?
Which country borders Canada to the south?
In terms of land area, Canada is the?
What provinces are referred to as the Atlantic provinces?
Whose economy in the Prairie Provinces is based on mining, hydro-electric generation and agriculture?
About how many people live in the province of Quebec?
Where is the headquarters to the mining industry in Saskatchewan?
Which province is known for being the main producer of hydro-electricity, pulp and paper?
In what territory is more than half the population Aboriginal (Dene, Inuit, Métis)?
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