Canadian-Citizenship Practice Test – Canada’s Regions – 3
What province is known for having played an important role in Atlantic trade and defence?
What is NOT considered a characteristic of the Atlantic provinces?
In land area, Canada is how many square kilometres?
What province is known for its Gaelic and Celtic traditions?
Of the five regions, which region in Canada is known for being rich in energy resources and fertile farmland?
Of Quebec's population, how many speak French as their first language?
Which is incorrect concerning Ottawa?
What is NOT considered a characteristic of Central Canada?
Canada has three territories and how many provinces?
Which province is the largest producer of oil and gas?
In what province or territory is Lake Louise?
Where is the headquarters of the navy's Pacific fleet?
Which province boasts the world's richest deposits in uranium and potash, used in fertilizer?
What province has the largest Frenchspeaking population outside of Quebec?
What province is known for its red soil and agriculture, especially potatoes?
What is the capital of Ontario?
Which of these is NOT a Great Lake?
Which province is the only officially bilingual province?
Which is NOT a characteristic of the terrain of the Northern Territories?
What is the national capital of Canada?
Who founded and directed the Geological Survey of Canada?
What is the approximate population of Canada?
Which province has 40% of the arable land in Canada?
What province is known for having the largest naval base?
Where is the wine industry Okanagan Valley located?
What is the name of the second largest river system on North America's coastline?
In what Prairie province is the most famous street intersection and its name?
Where is Canada's busiest and largest port located?
What is the capital of Manitoba?
What is the highest mountain in Canada?
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