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1. Glaciers are denoted by a blue shape with white dots. If I wanted to go to the Caribou Glacier, which mountains should I visit?
2. Craters are identified by a shape rather like a ring doughnut. Clearwater Lakes, formed by impact craters, can be seen in which province?
3. Lakes are shown by an irregular blue circular shape. The Great Slave Lake is one of Canada's largest lakes. Which regional capital is situated on its border?
4. The boundaries of a park or reservation are shown by long lines separated by dots. Point Pelee National Park is located at the southernmost point of mainland Canada.
5. Places of worship are identified by a black square and cross. St. Jude's Cathedral, in Iqaluit, was demolished in 2006 following damage by which of these?
6. Cave entrances are shown by a symbol which looks like a letter Y on its side. A provincial park on Vancouver Island is named for which caves?
7. A reservoir is shown by a shape resembling a teacup without a handle. What is the name of the reservoir in Labrador which was formed by damming the Churchill River?
8. Canals are shown by a straight blue line. Which well known canal is located in Ottawa?
9. Heights are denoted by contour lines on a map. Mount Fairweather, one of the world's highest to be located close to the coast, overlooks which body of water?
10. Rivers are shown by a wavy blue line on a map. Which of these Canadian rivers is located in Nunavut?
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