Canadian Geography by Letter - I

Shout out to Canada’s North for this quiz - learned a lot from researching this one
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Last updated: October 1, 2020
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Capital of Nunavut. Formerly Frobisher Bay
Town in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia with fine golf courses and access to the Cabot Trail
Community in Nunavut. Name means "there is a house here"
Highest point of land in Ontario
Ishpatina Ridge
Nickname for both Prince Edward Island and Vancouver Island
The Island
Land that connects St. John's with the rest of Newfoundland
Isthmus of Avalon
National park in Yukon on the Beaufort Sea. Calving grounds for caribou
Ivvavik National Park
15-storey ice-filled mound in Northwest Territories. Second largest pingo in the world
Ibyuk Pingo
Row of 5 wooden grain elevators in Manitoba. A National Historic Site
Inglis Grain Elevators National Historic Site
First Nation in northwestern British Columbia. Part of the Tahltan Nation
Iskut First Nation
Nickname for the parts of British Columbia east of the Coast Mountains
The Interior
Town in Northwest Territories with North America's most northern mosque
National Historic Site in Nunavut with over 100 stone cairns
Inuksuk Point
Community in Nova Scotia named after a Scottish isle
Mountain in Alberta. Name means persisting tirelessly
Mount Indefatigable
Level 77
May 21, 2019
wow, that's a hard one!
Level 88
May 22, 2019
Yep, not too many of them close to the main population centres. Makes for a nice list of places to visit off the beaten track, though. :)