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Canada Trivia Quiz Fun Facts

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We might as well refer to Canada as the county of lakes. The Great White North has 3 million lakes, with 20% of the world's freshwater. Look up some more fun facts about Canada with our trivia fun facts.

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Nunavut is the Canadian province that lies the furthest north. In fact, it is just a few degrees short of the Arctic.

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With Alaska lying off the border of Canada, it shares much of its border with the Yukon Territory. Alaska also shares some of its border with British Columbia.

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Quebec is the largest Canadian province. Different from the rest of Canada's properties, Quebec is the only place where most of the population speaks French as their first language.

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The Canadian province of Ontario shares its border with the United States via the Great Lakes. Toronto is one city that borders Lake Ontario.

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Canada is a country that lies in northern North America. It is made up of 10 provinces and 3 territories.

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Once known as the tallest structure in the world, you might think CN is aptly named for "Canada." It was originally named "Canadian National" for the company responsible for building it. The tower is located in downtown Toronto.

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Canada is one of the few countries that shares borders with multiple oceans. Canada shares its border with three: Pacific, Arctic, and Atlantic.

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Hudson Bay is the biggest of its kind in the country. It shares its border with Nunavut, Manitoba, Ontario, and Quebec.

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Many people tend to get the capital of Canada incorrect and attribute it to capitals of one of the country's provinces. Ottawa, which is located in Ontario, was chosen as the capital by Queen Victoria in 1857.

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Many might want to believe that Quebec's capital is it's most popular city, Montreal, but the province's captital is actually Quebec City.