Geography of Ontario Quiz

Can you answer these random questions about the geography of Ontario?
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Last updated: February 16, 2021
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What is the only Great Lake that Ontario does not border?
Lake Michigan
What river makes the eastern border between Ontario and New York?
Saint Lawrence
What city in Ontario is the capital of Canada?
What Québécois city is located on the other side of the above?
What is the collective name of Horeshoe Falls, American Falls, and Bridal Veil Falls?
Niagara Falls
What bay touches Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, and Nunavut?
Hudson Bay
In what small part of the above is Nunavut's Akimiski Island located near Ontario?
James Bay
What U.S. city can be reached by driving north from Windsor?
What city in New York is connected to Fort Erie, Ontario via the Peace Bridge?
What tower in Toronto was world's tallest between 1976–2010?
CN Tower
What highly urbanized region includes Toronto metropolitan area?
Golden Horseshoe
Name either of the two longest rivers in Ontario.
Severn | Albany
Ontario's Manitoulin Island is world's largest of what type of island?
Lake Island
What is the biggest Canadian city on Lake Superior?
Thunder Bay
What stadium is home of the Toronto Blue Jays?
Rogers Centre
What lake between Ontario and Minnesota forms the northernmost point of
the continental 48 United States?
Lake of the Woods
What city on Lake Superior is shared by Ontario and Michigan's Upper Peninsula?
Sault Ste. Marie
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