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After reading the book "How to Be a Canadian - Even if You Already Are One" by Will and Ian Ferguson, I decided another Canadian (albeit rather unusual) quiz was in order. Being Canadian to the core, this quiz is not meant to offend but to amuse.
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This quiz was inspired by Sallyo's 'Be Australia', and it has to do with things Canadian, all of which begin with C. Have fun.
We're taking a different route this time, zigzagging across Canada from west to east, stopping into some territories, and taking an extended stay in Ontario and Quebec. Hope you enjoy this trip! Good luck!
Although I was born and still live in Texas, I've had a chance to travel to all ten Canadian provinces. The people are nice and there's a great deal to see and do there. This quiz is about the places I've visited, working from west to east.
So you like vacations, eh? Why not consider a trip to Canada? We've got ten different provinces, three territories, and more than you could ever see in your lifetime! Let me highlight a few gems for you to consider.
Double-barrelled place names can be found the world over, and Canada has her fair share. Sometimes one of the words will describe a geographical location, but not always. Here are ten questions about some of these places.
Geographers study climate and environment, landforms, resources, financial statistics and wealth, migration, and planning requirements, among other things. Have fun playing with the geographical numbers of Canada.