Statistics for Canadian Geography by Letter - B

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  • This quiz has been taken 29 times
  • The average score is 6 of 20

Answer Stats

HintAnswer% Correct
Largest island in Canada, 5th largest in the world{Baffin} Island
100%
Western-most provinceBritish Columbia
100%
Canada's oldest national parkBanff
79%
Province named in honour of German territory held by George IIINew {Brunswick}
58%
Sea located to the north of Yukon and Northwest Territories{Beaufort} Sea
42%
Lake in the center of Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia. Means 'arm of gold' in French{Bras d'Or} Lake
29%
Central Ontario city known as 'The Gateway to Cottage Country'Barrie
25%
Biome that stretches across much of Canada{Boreal} forest
25%
Ontario city with Canada's largest Sikh communityBrampton
25%
Second largest city in ManitobaBrandon
25%
Dry, rocky region with significant dinosaur fossil reserves found in southern AlbertaBadlands
13%
First Nation that inhabited Newfoundland before European settlementBeothuk
13%
Toronto airport named after WWI fighter pilot{Billy Bishop} Airport
13%
Glacier-fed river that runs through the most populated region of Alberta{Bow} River
13%
Nova Scotian home to Alexander Graham Bell and his estate Beinn BhreaghBaddeck
8%
Epicenter of the Cariboo Gold Rush in British Columbia. Now a ghost townBarkerville
8%
Fossil deposit in the Rocky Mountains from the Cambrian period{Burgess} Shale
8%
Ontario city named after a Mohawk chief during the American Revolutionary WarBrantford
4%
Ontario town named after British general from the War of 1812Brockville
4%
Star-shaped fort built by the French to defend Isthmus of Chignecto from the BritishFort {Beauséjour}
4%

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