Fill in the Map of Canadian Cities by Clue

You are given an exerpt and letter for each city. Can you use this to fill in the visual map of Canada?
Quiz by Jiaozira
Last updated: August 18, 2022
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The gateway to the Rockies. What was once a small agricultural town, Calgary has since developed a skyline lined with money from the booming oil industry.
Colourful houses line the streets of Charlottetown, a place that chides itself as the 'Birthplace of Canadian Confederation'
Canada's most northernly major city, Edmonton serves as a centre for the northern reaches of the country. Despite this, it sits roughly at the same latitude as Dublin, Ireland.
Halifax is home to one of Canada's biggest tragedies, a massive explosion killing over 2000 people, but also one of the nation's greatest accomplishments, the creation of the donair (like a Canadian doner kebab)
Almost 60% of Iqaluit's residents are Inuit, and the unique Inuktitut syllabics (ᖃᓂᐅᔮᖅᐸᐃᑦ) can be found in various location in the most northernly city in this quiz.
Despite the horrific frequency of Ogopogo attacks, Kelowna continues to see high levels of growth, with a high senior population, who come to enjoy mild temperatures and expansive vineyards.
Lethbridge's winters, the mildest in the region, can be attributed to its abundant sunshine, as well as the blasting Chinook winds that come roaring in from the Rocky Mountains
London is known as the serial-killer capital of Canada, a label which has been popularised by detective turned academic at the local university, Michael Andrew Arntfield
A bilingual city on the frontier of Acadia, Moncton is known for its tidal bores, which are reucurring waves travelling upstream with the tides
Montreal was Canada's largest city for much of the 20th Century, but is arguably still the cultural centre of Canada with its numerous festivals and delicious food, including bagels and poutine..
Skating on the Rideau Canal, enjoying fresh shawarma and gazing at the Neo-Gothic architecture are amongst the many activities available in Ottawa.
The forest industry waves at visitors to Prince George in personified form, yet it also haunts the borderline-subarctic city by trapping pollutants in the bowl-shaped downtown area and giving the city a notorious smell. As the locals say, 'that's the smell of money!'
Home to the only surviving city walls in Northern America, Quebec City has a distinct European-feeling old town which is popular with tourists, along with a more North American CBD.
Saguenay is located between Lac Saint-Jean and a fjord bearing its namesake, and was the site of a devastating flood in 1996.
Water Street is a historical district found in St. John's and reminds visitors of the city's unique position between the population centres in North America and Europe.
Saskatoon has been (optimistically) nicknamed the 'Paris of the Prairies' due to its many bridges straddling the local river.
Once a heavily polluted nickel-mining centre, Greater Sudbury is now famed for its hundreds of lakes and pristine environment.
Located in the heart of Canada, this northern city is associated with wolves and the Northern Lights. Thompson has a high Indigenous population,and Cree is the second most widely-spoken language.
Canada's New York, Toronto is a world city with a world-class skyline, plenty of ethnic restaurants and a beautiful lakeside vista.
Not many cities in the world can capture the allure of Vancouver, with its bustling cosmopolitan feel matched with pristine natural surroundings and towering totem poles.
With its old, preserved architecture, mild climate, opportunities for high tea and its very namesake, Victoria is a city for people who are nostalgic for the Empire.
Founded in 1898 during the gold rush in the region, Whitehorse is further west than any other Canadian city. The river escarpments and surrounding wilderness make the city a heaven for the outdoor enthusiasts amongst us.
Traditionally a working class city, Winnipeg is famed for its freezing cold winters. Filipino culture is well-established here, and the city was chosen for the launch of the Philippines restaurant-chain, Jolibee.
Log cabins dot the rocky landscape of the Old Town in Yellowknife, and when the frigid winters set upon the city, the Snowking Winter Festival is held on the frozen lake.
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Aug 18, 2022
The editing process was a little more involved than I expected, so let me know if you have any feedback!

I apologise if it's a little Western-centric this time around. I played around with the map proportions but I still ran out of room here :P

Thanks for playing!