Lunnenburg, Nova Scotia
He was lost on a fishing trip 1951, found 1962, and in both seasons the Toronto Maple Leafs won the Stanley Cup.
Gordon Lightfoot (cover versions by Rheostatics, the Butthold Surfers, Neil Young, the Dandy Warhols, and Pearl jam)
The Pride of the American Flag, once the largest freighter on the Great Lakes, sank in 1975, taking 29 sailors down with it.
Jim Carrey, formerly of Newmarket, Ontario.
Elsinore Breweries BONUS: Hosehead "This movie was shot in 3B three beers and it looks good, eh?
Nanook of the North
The mighty Beaver, Castoridae canadensis.
Its a kermode bear, and its white.
Anne of Green Gables.
Life of Pi
The Cremation of Sam McGee
35 per cent, up from 30 per cent in 1998.
Its Canadas longest place name with 31 letters.
Thunder Bay, Ont. The run was called The Marathon of Hope
The West Edmonton Mall, still the worlds largest.
Wood Buffalo National Park
Banff National Park
The Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia
4:30 p.m. There are six time zones in Canada
A human toe. Its in the Sourtoe Cocktail
The Hudsons Bay Company
b) more than 50 per cent
d) 51 per cent
Mount Waddington, at 4,019 metres. Mount Fairweather (4,663 metres) straddles the B.C.-Alaska border.
In what direction to the Great Plains of Canada tilt?
Politics & History
Sir John A. MacDonald
Four: Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia
34 years. Australia became a commonwealth of the British Empire in 1901. Canada became a self-governing empire in 1867.
Newfoundland and Labrador. March 31, 1949.
24 Sussex Drive
A: Frederick Banting and John J. R. Macleod were given the prize for the discovery of insulin. Banting shared his prize with his assistant Charles Best.
During the FLQ crisis, with guns and tanks and soldiers patrolling Parliament Hill, the reporter asked the Prime Minister how far he would go to keep law and order in society, to which he got the famous reply. Two days later the War Measures Act was invoked.
PET was at a train station in Salmon Arm.
Lester B. Pearson
Wee Willie who replaced Wiarton Willie when he died in hibernation during the winter of 1998-99.
Neither; both died in the battle.
Sports & Olympics
Trick question: Canada has two national sports Hockey is the National Winter Sport and Lacrosse is the National Summer Sport.
Beijing, China will host the 2008 Games. Runners-up include Toronto and Paris, France.
At Calgarys Olympic Park as a legacy from the 1988 Winter Olympics.
Eddie the Eagle Edwards, who still holds the British record in the sport
Mike Weir, who won the Masters in April
Snow. It was brought into New York by the truckloads when the cross-country ski trails melted.
The Calgary Stampede
Squaw Valley, California
Jarome Iginla, who played for the Canadian hockey team at the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics.
She was skiing on mismatched skis. Her left ski was not waxed for the conditions and it slowed her throughout the race. She won by 1.1 seconds.
Quebec held a provincial election after the COA vote and the COA didnt want the results of the Olympic decision to influence sovereigntists in the provincial election. COA members voted 13 times, to cover every possible combination of results, including runoff votes and ties.