Canadian Provinces and Territories
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by Meaghan Cahill
| 20 Questions
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1
8 pts
What order did the provinces/territories join Canada? Drag each group to the correct spot in the list.
  1. Prince Edward Island
  2. Newfoundland and Labrador
  3. British Columbia
  4. Yukon
  5. Nunavut
  6. Alberta and Saskatchewan
  7. Manitoba, Northwest Territories
  8. Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia
2
1 pt
Which capital city is further north? (Hint: the latitude will be the greatest)
Charlottetown
Iqaluit
Winnipeg
Yellowknife
3
3 pts
Which province has more than one capital city in its borders? Name the province and the capital cities.
4
15 pts
Drag and drop the provincial symbols into the correct categories. Make sure each item is in only one category.
  • Red oak
  • Western red lily
  • Osprey
  • Pacific dogwood
  • Tamarack larch
  • Snowy owl
  • Sharp-tailed grouse
  • Common Loon
  • Mountain avens
  • Wild rose
  • Balsam fir
  • Stellar's jay
  • Lodgepole pine
  • Red birch
  • White spruce
  • Provincial Birds
  • Provincial Trees
  • Provincial Flowers
  • Not a Provincial Symbol
5
13 pts
Select all the capital cities that have a population of more than 50 000
Edmonton
Victoria
Winnipeg
Fredricton
St. John's
Halifax
Whitehorse
Iqaluit
Toronto
Charlottetown
Quebec City
Regina
Yellowknife
6
1 pt
Name the province.
This province has more than 5 million people living in it.
This province's first premier did not have a "sir" in his name.
This province has minerals as one of it's natural resources.
This province borders Hudson's Bay.
This province was one of the original provinces of Canada.
This province's capital city has a population of less than 1 million.

7
1 pt
The first premier of Manitoba was Sir Harold T. Georgeton.
True
False
8
1 pt
Which province is drawn above?
9
1 pt
What capital city should be labelled on the star (in the province pictured above)?
10
1 pt
Which direction should be placed in the A (in purple) position in the compass rose (in the picture above)?
North
South
West
East
11
1 pt
Which province has the following natural resources: fish, tress, minerals, oil and gas and the following bodies of water: Atlantic Ocean, Bay of Fundy, Northumberland Strait, St, George's Bay and Cabot Strait?
12
13 pts
Drag and drop the provinces into the appropriate category. Please make sure each province is in only one category.
  • Alberta
  • British Columbia
  • Manitoba
  • New Brunswick
  • Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Northwest Territories
  • Nunavut
  • Nova Scotia
  • Ontario
  • Quebec
  • Saskatchewan
  • Prince Edward Island
  • Yukon
  • Has minerals as a natural resource
  • Does not have minerals as a natural resource
13
1 pt
Who was the first premier of Alberta?
14
1 pt
A major body of water in British Columbia is the Atlantic Ocean.
True
False
15
10 pts
Drag and drop each person into the appropriate category. Please make sure you only use each person once.
  • John Horgan
  • Alfred Boyd
  • Stephen H. Montgomery
  • Rachel Notley
  • Andrew R. Wetmore
  • Brian Gallant
  • Joey Smallwood
  • Samuel Quinn
  • Wade MacLauchlan
  • Thomas Walter Scott
  • Current Premier
  • First Premier
  • Not a Premier
16
6 pts
Select all of the cities that are further west than 100 W. (Hint: further means a larger number)
Edmonton
Charlottetown
Regina
Toronto
Winnipeg
Yellowknife
17
1 pt
Prince Edward Island has trees as one of its natural resources.
True
False
18
1 pt
Name the province.
This province has a population of less than one million.
This province was one of the original provinces in Canada.
This province is considered a Maritime province.
Hiram Blanchard was the first premier of this province.
19
1 pt
The black-capped chickadee is the provincial bird of New Brunswick.
True
False
20
4 pts
Choose one capital city to go and visit, and give three reasons why you want to visit.

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