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6. What is the longest river in Canada?
7. What was Canada’s legendary spoof political party?
8. Chances are you’ve used many of these paper/cardboard covers while handing in school reports, but didn’t know that they were Canadian…
9. What is the Canadian slang for a beer gut?
10. Only one Canadian newspaper has ever won a Pulitzer Prize for journalism? If you can even guess the city you’re doing well…
Arts and Culture
11. What Canadian singer’s real name is Eileen?
12. The original teen drama/soap opera, Kids of Degrassi
Street, Degrassi Junior High, and Degrassi High, followed the lives of
Stephanie, Joey, Snake, Wheels, Lucy, Shane Caitlin, Spike and others growing
up in Toronto. What was the name of Joey Jeremiah, Snake and Wheels’ band?
13. “Oh, the good old hockey game, is the best game you can
name; and the best game you can name, is the good old hockey game!” It’s known
simply as The Hockey Song – who wrote it?
14. A group of artists known as the Group of Seven aimed to
develop a distinct Canadian style of painting. There were seven original
members: Franklin Carmichael, Lawren Harris, A.Y. Jackson, Frank Johnston,
Arthur Lismer, J.E.H. MacDonald and Frederick Varley. But there were also one
well-known artist that the members were inspired by. Who was this artist?
15. Mr. Dressup was an iconic Canadian children’s television
show, starring American actor Ernie Coombs as Mr. Dressup and his trusty
sidekicks, Casey and Finnegan. In which famous prop did Mr. Dressup store his
16. Though he’s better known for his film roles as a green
ogre, this talented Canadian comedian and actor actually got his start on a
late-night talk show.
17. What Canadian comedian produces a popular skit, “Talking
18. Maud Lewis is one of the country’s most recognizable folk
artists. Born into a life of poverty in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, and suffering
from juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, Lewis got her commercial artistic start by
selling hand drawn Christmas cards door to door for $0.25 apiece. Art Gallery
Nova Scotia (AGNS) has a permanent Maud Lewis exhibit on display – what
is the prize piece of the exhibit?