Put your knowledge of Canada to the test

Here are 20 questions about our amazing country this Canada Day. How many do you know?

So you love facts about Canada, eh?

But just how much do you really know about the culture, history and geography of the nation?

And as Canadians do, we wish you the best of luck as you make your way through the following 20 questions:


How did you do, eh?

You’re a Canadian superstar – 17-20 correct

Non-Canadians find your knowledge impressive – 14-16 correct

You did okay, eh! – 11-13 correct

You could do better… – 10 or lower correct

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