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Quiz about Hidden Canadian Things
Quiz about Hidden Canadian Things

Hidden Canadian Things Trivia Quiz


This hidden word game incorporates a unique word within each sentence by hiding symbols associated with Canada.

A multiple-choice quiz by apathy100. Estimated time: 5 mins.
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Author
apathy100
Time
5 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
387,841
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Easy
Avg Score
8 / 10
Plays
1357
Last 3 plays: Johnmcmanners (10/10), slay01 (10/10), encyclopediac (10/10).
Question 1 of 10
1. Annabelle began to pout in everyone's face after she couldn't have the fries with cheese curds and gravy.

Answer: (One Word, food)
Question 2 of 10
2. Mom always told me to be a very responsible person around the wooden dam.

Answer: (One word, animal)
Question 3 of 10
3. While at the lab, attention was given to the flavor of the smooth malt beverage.

Answer: (One Word, brewing company)
Question 4 of 10
4. We recently went for a picnic. Kelp was the final snack that we ate while sitting next to the large monetary monument.

Answer: (One Word, Sudbury metal)
Question 5 of 10
5. My friend lent illustrations to me that explained how to grow a unique legume that is produced in large quantities in Saskatchewan.

Answer: (One word, legume)
Question 6 of 10
6. Weapons that can stun drastically increase the chances of both animals and humans getting hurt on the land.

Answer: (One Word, Arctic land)
Question 7 of 10
7. We had the farmers' pork hock eyed up for dinner just before heading out to the Leafs vs. Canadiens game.

Answer: (One Word, sport)
Question 8 of 10
8. John celebrated in ecstasy rupturing his favorite pancake sauce after watching the Toronto Blue Jays game.

Answer: (One Word, sauce)
Question 9 of 10
9. The fact that I forgot my map left me stranded in the forest surrounded by hundreds of our national tree.

Answer: (One Word, national tree)
Question 10 of 10
10. He worked at the mine too. Niellist Bill used to decorate metal surfaces using alloys of sulfur, copper, and silver.

Answer: (One Word, coin)

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Annabelle began to pout in everyone's face after she couldn't have the fries with cheese curds and gravy.

Answer: Poutine

Annabelle began to POUT IN Everyone's face after she couldn't have the fries with cheese curds and gravy.

Poutine has been accredited to a French restaurateur Fernand Lachance of Warwick, Quebec. During the 1950s, he was asked by a regular customer to serve him French fries and cheese curds. To keep the food warm gravy was poured over the mix. To this day, this combination of ingredients is popular all across Canada and in some locations in Quebec, "poutineries" (restaurants dedicated to making poutine) have been established to experiment with different poutine recipes.
2. Mom always told me to be a very responsible person around the wooden dam.

Answer: Beaver

Mom always told me to BE A VERy responsible person around the wooden dam.

The beaver is one of the two national animals of Canada (the other being the Canadian horse). It was established as such in 1975 as they are found in various regions across the country. Historically, the beaver is significant due to hundreds of years of European exploration and trade. The beaver pelt was used both a form of trade and currency and the demand for beaver pelts was often high during the 1700s for beaver hat production.
3. While at the lab, attention was given to the flavor of the smooth malt beverage.

Answer: Labatt

While at the LAB, ATTention was given to the flavor of the smooth malt beverage.

Founded by John Kinder Labatt in 1847, Labatt Brewing Company is the largest brewer in Canada. During the prohibition years of the early 1900s, Labatt was one of the few breweries to survive. Popular brews that have stayed the test of time have included the first light beer produced in Canada, Labatt 50 (produced to celebrate a 50 year partnership) and Labatt Blue (named due to its blue label as well as its association with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers).
4. We recently went for a picnic. Kelp was the final snack that we ate while sitting next to the large monetary monument.

Answer: Nickel

We recently went for a picNIC. KELp was the final snack that we ate while sitting next to the large monetary monument.

The Big Nickel in Sudbury, Ontario is a monument replica of the 1951 Canadian nickel coin. Situated at the Dynamic Earth science museum, it is a popular tourist attraction. The nine meter high coin was erected in 1971 several years after the idea was proposed due to the refusal of the city of Sudbury to set aside land for the project.
5. My friend lent illustrations to me that explained how to grow a unique legume that is produced in large quantities in Saskatchewan.

Answer: Lentil

My friend LENT ILlustrations to me that explained how to grow a unique legume that is produced in large quantities in Saskatchewan.

One surprising statistic that comes out of Canada is the fact that the province of Saskatchewan produces over 1.5 metric tonnes of lentils every year. Over 95% of lentils produced in Canada are from Saskatchewan. Other parts of the world that produce lentils include India and Australia. The most common type of lentil grown in Canada is the Laird lentil. While mainly produced in Canada, it is exported around the world where it is used as a staple food in the diets of many Asian nations including Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Nepal.
6. Weapons that can stun drastically increase the chances of both animals and humans getting hurt on the land.

Answer: Tundra

Weapons that can sTUN DRAstically increase the chances of both animals and humans getting hurt on the land.

Tundra is a geographical feature that symbolizes Canada's northern regions. Also known as "barren land", it is characterized by various factors including permafrost, lack of precipitation, and limited vegetation. The term "alpine tundra" has been used to describe some regions of the north including the Innuitian Mountains in northern Nunavut and Northwest Territories. Very few forms of plants survive in this region, however, lichens, mosses, and small shrubs do.
7. We had the farmers' pork hock eyed up for dinner just before heading out to the Leafs vs. Canadiens game.

Answer: Hockey

We had the farmers pork HOCK EYed up for dinner just before heading out to the Leafs vs. Canadiens game.

Canada has been designated two national sports; hockey (winter sport) and lacrosse (summer sport). Lacrosse is believed to have been invented by the Aboriginal peoples in Northeastern United States, Ontario, and Quebec. Historically, the sport was played using teams of 100 to 1000 men. Hockey on the other hand has had its roots traced back to Ancient Egypt and Ireland. British soldiers and immigrants brought the earliest forms of ice hockey to North America around 1825. Oral histories also tell stories about ice hockey from the Mi'kmaq people dating back to the 1840s and 1850s. In 1893, the Stanley Cup was donated by Lord Stanley of Preston and has been a staple of Canadian society for well over 100 years.
8. John celebrated in ecstasy rupturing his favorite pancake sauce after watching the Toronto Blue Jays game.

Answer: Syrup

John celebrated in ecstaSY RUPturing his favorite pancake sauce after watching the Toronto Blue Jays game.

The province of Quebec is the largest producer of maple syrup in the world. Statistics show that over 70% of the world's maple syrup production comes from here. It was first collected by the Aboriginal people of Canada and then adopted by the Europeans upon their arrival to Canada. Due to its sugar content, it is very sweet and is eaten with a variety of different foods including waffles, pancakes, and oatmeal cereal. Maple syrup is often sold in tourist shops around Canada in candy form or in plastic and glass bottles.
9. The fact that I forgot my map left me stranded in the forest surrounded by hundreds of our national tree.

Answer: Maple

The fact that I forgot my MAP LEft me stranded in the forest surrounded by hundreds of our national tree.

The maple tree was designated as the national tree of Canada in 1996. It is culturally significant in Canada as it has been used on Canada's Coat of Arms, the Canadian National Flag, the jersey of the Toronto Maple Leafs hockey club, and for ranking purposes in the Canadian military. Maple trees are used for the production of maple syrup, bowling pins, and maple candy (all commonly associated with Canada).
10. He worked at the mine too. Niellist Bill used to decorate metal surfaces using alloys of sulfur, copper, and silver.

Answer: Toonie

He worked at the mine TOO. NIEllist Bill used to decorate metal surfaces using alloys of sulfur, copper, and silver.

The "toonie" is a two dollar piece that came into production in 1996. It is a bi-metallic coin that features a polar bear on one side and Queen Elizabeth II on the other side. "Toonie" is a combination of the word "two" and "loonie" (Canada's one dollar coin). The idea behind the toonie was intended to replace the two-dollar banknote in an effort to reduce the amount of paper money used in Canada. The term "niellist" as used in the question refers to a person responsible for processing metal surfaces using a material called "niello" that is used for ornamenting a metal surface.
Source: Author apathy100

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