Canada is one of the biggest countries in the world. Have you ever visited it? Or are you Canadian? How much do you know about this country? Start the Canada Quiz and find out.
Canadians are associated with hockey, beavers, and cold winters, but how do we perceive them? How did they evolve? How do they look at it, and what do they have in common with their southern neighbors? Learn Canada's history.
Did you know that Canada has been ranked as the third-best country in the world? According to the 2019 Best Countries report by US News. Canada ranked third, just after Switzerland and Japan. However, Canada ranked 1st in the "best quality of life" in 2019.
What Is Canada Known For?
This country is known for many things. Can you list some of them? Well, let us give you some hints:
Ice Hockey is one of the most popular sports in Canada, if not the most popular. Canadians have the most successful hockey teams in the world.
Have you ever tried maple syrup? Canadians love it. It is exported from Canada to over 50 countries all around the world. No wonder this country produces 80 percent of the world's maple syrup.
Canadian winters are cold. The lowest recorded temperature was -63 degrees Celsius! While it is considered normal when it is -40 degrees C. So cold!
Can you guess which celebrities, actors, or singers were born in Canada? For example, Justin Bieber, Celine Dion, and Jim Carrey.
Read everything, as it may help you in completing the quiz. 90% of Canadians can't complete it without making a single mistake, while 75% can't even reach the final page of the quiz. In which group are you?
- 80% of Canada's residents live within 300 km of the US border.
- The Rideau Canal in the capital city of Ottawa, frozen in winter, is the world's longest ice rink.
- Only 5% of Canada's land is used for agriculture, but Canada is a leading exporter of wheat, oats, and maize.
- Maple leaves are the national symbol of Canada and are made into sweet maple syrup
- The Golden Horseshoe is an industrial center located around Lake Ontario in Canada. They produce cars, steel, chemicals, and paper.
- Canadians are known to say sorry all the time, even when the fault is definitely on the other person's side. They apologize so much that in 2009, the Apology Act was passed there. It allows you to say sorry in court without accepting your guilt.
How Well Do You Know the Great White North?
The Canada Quiz contains 15 questions about various topics regarding this beautiful country. The questions cover everything from Canadian history to politics, the economy, Canadian celebrities, and even geography. So if you are Canadian or someone who thinks they know the country inside out, you should get at least 10/15. The questions will be tough, so don't even think about hitting 15/15; you won't make it. Good luck!