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Quiz Canada «Qr»

  1. What are names of two biggest national parks in Canada?

  2. What popular Canadian product is described here?

    Choose a spot on your tree that is approximately 2 to 4 inches from the ground. Make sure this spot is solid. Drill a hole about 2 inches deep into the tree and insert a collection spout. Place a bucket under the spout to catch the sap. Place the sap in a shallow pan and heat to the boiling point. Be careful not to burn the sap. If you have any remaining sap that did not fit in the pan, you may add it as the sap evaporates. Continue boiling until the sap in the pan is highly concentrated. Skim the surface for foam and other materials as the sap boils. Monitor the temperature. It is done when the temperature reaches 7 degrees above the boiling point of water, which is dependent on your elevation. Filter the hot product through a wool or orlon filter to remove particles such as sugar sand. This will also improve the syrup's appearance. Package it while it is still at least 180 degrees to prevent spoilage.

  3. Is this sentence true or false? In Canada, there doesn´t live any poisonous or dangerous kind of insects.

  4. What famous place can you visit between Ontario Lake and Erie Lake?

  5. Which river is longer – the Mackenzie River or the St.Lawrence River?

  6. Which biggest land animal lives in Canada?

  7. The NHL is the premier professional ice hockey league in the world and one of the major professional sports leagues of the United States and Canada. What is the oldest professional sports trophy in North America?

  8. Nunavut is the territory in the north of Canada. How are the people living there called?

  9. Has Montreal got more inhabitants than Toronto?

  10. When were the last Winter Olympic Games in Canada?