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What is this statue called? a) c) b) d) The Statue of Liberty The Liberty of StatueThe Eiffel Tower The Empire Statue 1
In what country was this statue created? a) c) b) d) England FranceGermany United States 2
In what year did this statue celebrate its 100 th birthday? a) c) b) d)
Who was the chief architect of this structure? a) c) b) d) Jean-Luc Picard Jacques-Lemieux CousteauGuy-Francois Charbonneau Frederic-Auguste Bartholdi 4
Who is this man? a) c) b) d) Lester B. Pearson Marshall McLuhanNeil Armstrong Stephen Hawking 5
What disease does he suffer from? a) c) b) d) Cerebral palsy Lou Gehrig’s diseaseMuscular dystrophy Tourette’s syndrome 6
Which of the following works did this man write? a) c) b) d) The laws of interplanetary laws The Existence of GodA Brief History of Time Space: The Final Frontier 7
At which university did this man work for thirty years? a) c) b) d) Yale HarvardMIT Cambridge 8
In which Canadian city would I find this building? a) c) b) d) Toronto HullMontreal Ottawa 9
What is the name of this building? a) c) b) d) Center block Federal buildingSquare One Parliament Center 10
On which three Canadian monetary bills can this building be seen? a) c) b) d) $5,$10,$50 $10,$20,$50$20,$50,$100 $5,$10,$20 11
In what year was the first version of this building burned and destroyed in a fire? a) c) b) d)
Solve for X a) c) b) d) 2 59 No possible answer X + 7 = 2X
What does the symbol V stand for on the periodic table? a) c) b) d) Copper SodiumGold Vanadium V 14
This is the flag of what country? a) c) b) d) Morocco SpainEngland Mexico 15
What is the capital city of this country? a) c) b) d) Madrid FlorenceRome Vienna 16
This country has a: a) c) b) d) President KingVice Lord Theocracy 17
In what year did this country fight the United States in a war? a) c) b) d)
Who was this man? a) c) b) d) Joe Clark Jean ChretienPierre Elliot Trudeau Brian Mulroney 19
In what year did he die? a) c) b) d)
Which federal policy was he primarily responsible for? a) c) b) d) NORAD NEPNDP NAACP 21
To which federal party was this man a member? a) c) b) d) Democratic NDPProgressive Conservative Liberal 22
What does this sentence define? a) c) b) d) speed energymatter force The ability to perform work 23
I am an atmospheric occurrence that can travel at 130,000 m.p.h.. What am I? a) c) b) d) lightning A hurricaneVolcanic ash A vector 24
What province is this? a) c) b) d) Saskatchewan AlbertaOntario Manitoba 25
What is the capital city of this province? a) c) b) d) Calgary ReginaHelsinki Winnipeg 26
In what year did this province join confederation? a) c) b) d)
What is the name of professional football team that plays it’s home games in this province? a) c) b) d) Argonauts Tiger catsRoughriders Blue bombers 28
Who is this Canadian born actor? a) c) b) d) John Candy Seth RogenMike Myers Jim Carrey 29
In what province was he born? a) c) b) d) Ontario AlbertaBritish Columbia Quebec 30
What film franchise from his career has earned the most money? a) c) b) d) Austin Powers ShrekWayne’s World The Love Guru 31
Who did this actor replace in the role of Shrek? a) c) b) d) Christopher Reeve Chris FarleyJohn Belushi John Candy 32
Who is this woman? a) c) b) d) Lucy Lawless Margaret AtwoodMargaret Lawrence Queen Elizabeth II 33
Which of these books did she NOT write? a) c) b) d) The Blind Assassin The PenelopaideThe Lady in the Water The Handmaid’s Tale 34
Which award has she won? a) c) b) d) Book star award Academy AwardGovernor General’s Award Cool dame of the year award 35
In what decade was she born? a) c) b) d) 1950s 1940s1930s 1960s 36
Who is this man? a) c) b) d) Dr. Sonjay Gupta Sendhil RamamurthyM. Night Shyamalan Kumar 37
Which of these films did he make first? a) c) b) d) Signs The Sixth SenseUnbreakable The Village 38
In what country was he born? a) c) b) d) United States PakistanEngland India 39
Which 2010 film did he direct? a) c) b) d) A-team The Last AirbenderThe Expendables Machete 40
What type of animal is this? a) c) b) d) beaver possummuskrat Condor 41
What order of animal is this? a) c) b) d) rodent amphibianMythological creature mammal 42
What do these things build? a) c) b) d) ports Skyscrapersdams Pyramids 43
Who is this man? a) c) b) d) Wayne Gretzky Gordie HoweMario Lemieux Mark Messier 44
Which NHL record does he not hold? a) c) b) d) Points in a Career Goals in a seasonAssists in a season Short handed goals career 45
With which team did he end his career as a player? a) c) b) d) St. Louis Blues Edmonton OilersNew York Rangers Los Angeles Kings 46
Who did he marry? a) c) b) d) Elaine Gretzky Janet GretzkyMary Gretzky George Gretzky 47
What battle does this depict? a) c) b) d) Plains of Abraham Queenston HeightsThe bulge Little Big Horn 48
Who is dying in this painting? a) c) b) d) Wolfe WashingtonLincoln Montcalm 49
Who painted this image? a) c) b) d) Benjamin West Allan GraysonSir William Brantford Sterling Silver 50
This is the flag of what country? a) c) b) d) England CanadaUnited States France 51
In what year was this flag made official? a) c) b) d)
On what date does Canada celebrate national flag day? a) c) b) d) February 15 June 30July 1 March 10 53
The Canadian flag is based primarily on the flag of what Canadian organization? a) c) b) d) National Art Gallery French National AssemblyRoyal Military College Canadian Armed Forces 54
What does 7X + 8X – 4 = ? a) c) b) d) If X = 7, 55
What does XXX = ? a) c) b) d) If X = 7, 56
What does 10X + 8X =? a) c) b) d) If X = 7, 57
This is the symbol of what international event? a) c) b) d) The Olympic Games The SuperbowlWrestlemania The U.N. General Assembly 58
Which Canadian cities have hosted the Olympics? a) c) b) d) Montreal, Vancouver, Toronto Montreal, Vancouver, CalgaryVancouver, Calgary, Edmonton Montreal, Toronto, Calgary 59
In which city was Ben Johnson disgraced and stripped of a gold medal in the 100m? a) c) b) d) Atlanta, USA Tokyo, JapanSeoul, South Korea Beijing, China 60
Who is the current president of the International Olympic committee? a) c) b) d) Ban Ki-Moon Ted TurnerVincent Kennedy McMahon Jacques Rogge 61
Who is this man? a) c) b) d) Desmond Tutu Nelson MandelaBill Cosby Al Sharpton 62
From what country is he from? a) c) b) d) Liberia NamibiaSouth Africa United States 63
To which faith does he belong? a) c) b) d) Catholic AnglicanIslam Evangelical 64
Which of these awards has he won? a) c) b) d) Academy Award Grammy AwardOrder of Canada Nobel Peace Prize 65
Solve a) c) b) d)
Which of the following is a measure of force? a) c) b) d) Pound LitreWatt Newton 67
What is the name of this band? a) c) b) d) Aerosmith The Tragically HipU2 Bare-naked Ladies 68
Who is the lead singer of this band? a) c) b) d) Gordon St. Claire Tom GordonGordon Downie Gordon Brown 69
In what year did this band release “Music at Work?” a) c) b) d)
Where is this band from? a) c) b) d) London, England Queenston, New YorkKingston, Ontario Calgary, Alberta 71
Who is this a depiction of? a) c) b) d) George Washington DonatelloLeonardo DaVinci Christopher Columbus 72
In what year did this man “sail the ocean blue” a) c) b) d)
In which country was this man born? a) c) b) d) Italy PortugalHolland Spain 74
Under what country’s flag did this man sail? a) c) b) d) Italy PortugalHolland Spain 75
What is the symbol at the beginning of this image called? a) c) b) d) Note ClefHalf note Bar 76
What type of note is ‘g’? a) c) b) d) Whole note Half noteDouble note Full note 77
What musical is this from? a) c) b) d) Phantom of the Opera Starlight ExpressCats Les Miserables 78
Which song appears in this musical? a) c) b) d) Memories Music of the NightHow do I love him? Jesus Christ, Superstar!!! 79
Who wrote this musical? a) c) b) d) Andrew Lloyd Webber Marx WeaverSteven Sondheim Cameron Crowe 80
What are the next three numbers in this sequence? a) c) b) d) 25,27,28 25,27,2964,56, ,26,29 7,13,18,22… 81
Who is this man? a) c) b) d) William Lyon Mackenzie King John TurnerLester B. Pearson John Diefenbaker 82
Who preceded him as Prime Minister of Canada? a) c) b) d) Lester B. Pearson Louis St. LaurentPierre Elliot Trudeau William Lyon Mackenzie King 83
Who followed him as Prime Minister of Canada? a) c) b) d) Lester B. Pearson Louis St. LaurentPierre Elliot Trudeau William Lyon Mackenzie King 84
This man was the leader of what Canadian federal political party? a) c) b) d) Liberals Social CreditWhig Progressive Conservatives 85
Who is this man? a) c) b) d) Johann Sebastian Bach Wolfgang Amadeus MozartIsaac Netwon Axl Rose 86
Which of the following musical pieces did this man compose? a) c) b) d) St. Peter’s March St. Paul’s CallingThe theme to Pixar’s “UP” St. John’s Passion 87
Who is this woman? a) c) b) d) Anne Frank Marie CurieHelen Keller Harriet Beecher Stowe 88
What was her most famous discovery? a) c) b) d) Insulin Polonium and radiumHydrocabonization Theory of relativity 89
Her work pioneered what field of medicine? a) c) b) d) Fracture repair Tsunami warningsoncology antibiotics 90
In what decade did she die? a) c) b) d) 1930s 1840s1910s 1970s 91
What are these things called? a) c) b) d) Totem Poles Spirit guidesShort CN towers Ouija boards 92
In which Canadian province would I likely find these things? a) c) b) d) Alberta Nova ScotiaBritish Columbia Ontario 93
From which native tongue do these things find their name? a) c) b) d) Iroquois CreeApache Ojibwa 94
Which of the following is the correct spelling of the name of the country that bears this flag? a) c) b) d) Azerbajain AzerbajanMexico Azerbaijan 95
In which continent is this country technically located? a) c) b) d) Asia South AmericaAfrica Europe 96
What is the capital city of this country? a) c) b) d) Mogadishu BakuDamascus Warsaw 97
What is the next number in this sequence? a) c) b) d) ,36,216… 98
What country is this the flag of? a) c) b) d) Andora SpainPortugal France 99
How many world cups has this team won? a) c) b) d)
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