Do You Know About Provinces And Territories Of Canada? Trivia Quiz

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Regions of Canada, Provinces and Territories


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  • 1. 

    What are the 4 Atlantic Provinces ?

    • A.

      Nova Scotia

    • B.

      Quebec

    • C.

      Great Lakes

    • D.

      New Brunswick

    • E.

      Alberta

    • F.

      Labrador & Newfoundland

    • G.

      Manitoba

    • H.

      Prince Edward Island

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Nova Scotia
    D. New Brunswick
    F. Labrador & Newfoundland
    H. Prince Edward Island
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Labrador & Newfoundland, and Prince Edward Island. These four provinces are located in the Atlantic region of Canada. They are known for their rich maritime history, beautiful coastlines, and unique cultural heritage.

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  • 2. 

    What are the major landforms/ landscapes in the Atlantic Provinces?

    • A.

      Rockie Mts, The Great Lakes

    • B.

      Appalachian Mts, Mixed Forests

    • C.

      Alberta and Manitoba

    Correct Answer
    B. Appalachian Mts, Mixed Forests
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Appalachian Mts, Mixed Forests. The Atlantic Provinces, which include Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick, are characterized by the Appalachian Mountains and mixed forests. The Appalachian Mountains stretch along the eastern coast of North America, including parts of the Atlantic Provinces. These mountains are known for their scenic beauty and diverse wildlife. Mixed forests, which consist of a combination of deciduous and coniferous trees, are also prominent in the region, contributing to the overall landscape of the Atlantic Provinces.

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  • 3. 

    What are the Atlantic Provinces economic activities ?

    • A.

      Tourism and natural gas

    • B.

      Fishing and hunting

    • C.

      Oil and tourism

    Correct Answer
    C. Oil and tourism
    Explanation
    The Atlantic Provinces are known for their economic activities in the oil and tourism industries. The region has significant reserves of oil and natural gas, which contribute to its economic growth and development. Additionally, the Atlantic Provinces attract a large number of tourists due to their picturesque landscapes, historical sites, and cultural attractions. The tourism sector plays a crucial role in generating revenue and employment opportunities in the region. Therefore, the correct answer is oil and tourism.

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  • 4. 

    What are the Great Lakes and St..Lawrence Provinces ?

    • A.

      Alberta

    • B.

      Vancouver

    • C.

      Ontario

    • D.

      Quebec

    • E.

      Manitoba

    Correct Answer(s)
    C. Ontario
    D. Quebec
    Explanation
    The Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Provinces refer to the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec. Ontario is located in east-central Canada and is the most populous province. It is known for its major cities such as Toronto and Ottawa, as well as its beautiful landscapes and natural resources. Quebec, on the other hand, is located in eastern Canada and is the second most populous province. It is known for its rich French heritage, vibrant cities like Montreal, and its unique culture. Together, Ontario and Quebec border the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence River, hence the term "Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Provinces."

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  • 5. 

    What are some of the major landscapes/ landforms in the Great Lakes and St.Lawrence Provinces ?

    • A.

      Canadian Shield, Hudson Bay Lowlands, St.Lawrence Lowlands

    • B.

      Rocky Mts

    • C.

      Appalachian Mts.

    Correct Answer
    A. Canadian Shield, Hudson Bay Lowlands, St.Lawrence Lowlands
    Explanation
    The major landscapes/landforms in the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Provinces are the Canadian Shield, Hudson Bay Lowlands, and St. Lawrence Lowlands. The Canadian Shield is a large area of exposed Precambrian rock that forms the core of the provinces. The Hudson Bay Lowlands are a flat, marshy region surrounding Hudson Bay. The St. Lawrence Lowlands are a fertile, flat area along the St. Lawrence River. The Rocky Mountains and Appalachian Mountains are not located in the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Provinces.

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  • 6. 

    The major economic activities for the St.Lawrence and Great Lakes Provinces are that

    Correct Answer
    many goods are passed through here.
    Explanation
    The St. Lawrence and Great Lakes Provinces serve as important transportation routes, connecting various regions and facilitating the movement of goods. These provinces are strategically located, allowing for the transportation of goods through waterways, railways, and highways. The presence of major ports and shipping channels further enhances their role in facilitating trade. As a result, a significant volume of goods passes through these provinces, making it a major economic activity in the region.

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  • 7. 

    WHat are the Prarie Provinces?

    • A.

      Alberta

    • B.

      Vancouver

    • C.

      Lake Michican

    • D.

      Canada

    • E.

      Manitoba

    • F.

      Saskatchewan

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Alberta
    E. Manitoba
    F. Saskatchewan
    Explanation
    The Prairie Provinces refer to the three provinces in Canada, namely Alberta, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan. These provinces are located in the western part of the country and are known for their vast prairie landscapes. They have a significant agricultural industry and are home to a diverse range of flora and fauna.

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  • 8. 

    What are the major landforms/landscapes in the Prairie Provinces?

    • A.

      Appalachian Mts.

    • B.

      Rock Mts.

    • C.

      Mt.Washington

    Correct Answer
    B. Rock Mts.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Rock Mts. The Prairie Provinces, which include Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba, are characterized by flat and rolling plains, known as the prairies. The Rocky Mountains, located to the west of the Prairie Provinces, are not part of the prairie landscape but are a major landform in the region. They are a mountain range that stretches from British Columbia through Alberta, providing a stark contrast to the flat prairie terrain.

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  • 9. 

    What are the economic activities in the Prairie Provinces ?

    • A.

      Wind energy and solar energy

    • B.

      Large productions of coal and iron ore

    • C.

      Large productions of oil and natural gas

    Correct Answer
    C. Large productions of oil and natural gas
    Explanation
    The Prairie Provinces are known for their large productions of oil and natural gas. These provinces, including Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba, have significant reserves of these resources and are major contributors to Canada's energy sector. The extraction and production of oil and natural gas in these provinces play a crucial role in their economic activities, contributing to job creation, investment, and export revenues.

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  • 10. 

    What are the British Columbian and Northern Territories?

    • A.

      Manitoba

    • B.

      Quebec

    • C.

      Yukon

    • D.

      Northwest Territories

    • E.

      Ontario

    • F.

      Nunavut

    • G.

      British Columbia

    • H.

      Vancouver

    Correct Answer(s)
    C. Yukon
    D. Northwest Territories
    F. Nunavut
    G. British Columbia
    Explanation
    The British Columbian and Northern Territories refer to specific regions in Canada. British Columbia is a province located on the west coast of Canada, known for its beautiful landscapes and outdoor recreational activities. The Northern Territories consist of Yukon, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut. Yukon is located in the northwest of Canada, known for its wilderness and gold rush history. Northwest Territories is located in the northern part of Canada, known for its vast wilderness and natural resources. Nunavut is the largest and newest territory in Canada, located in the Arctic region, and is predominantly inhabited by Inuit people.

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  • 11. 

    What are the major landforms/ landscapes in the British Columbian and Northern Territories?

    • A.

      Ontario and Quebec

    • B.

      Quebec and Canada

    • C.

      Vancouver and Victoria

    Correct Answer
    C. Vancouver and Victoria
  • 12. 

    Some economic activities in the British Comlumbian and Northern Territories include

    Correct Answer
    wealth of gold,silver,copper,zinc.
    Explanation
    The economic activities in the British Columbian and Northern Territories are centered around the abundance of gold, silver, copper, and zinc. These regions are known for their rich mineral resources, which attract mining and extraction industries. The presence of these valuable metals contributes to the economic growth and development of the area, as they are often exported and generate revenue for the local economy.

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