Are You a True Canadian?

By: Heather Cahill

Are You a True Canadian?
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About This Quiz

Being a true Canadian means a whole lot of things. Of course, it involves loving Tim Horton's, maple syrup and other purely Canadian things, but there's so much more to it as well! It can come down to how you celebrate Canada Day or other Canadian holidays, your outlook on things and the general way that you live your life. Are you ready to find out how much of a true Canadian you are?

THere's nothing like taking pride in your country and its people. Loving your country can be shown in many ways, like supporting the people who have come from it as well as trying to make it a better place. There are so many other items that can help you show off your Canadian pride as well. Carrying around a double-double or wearing a Team Canada jersey are all common things to see around the country. Sometimes, you might even catch a Canadian flag sticker on the back of the car too. Showing your support is part of being a Canadian!

Ready to find out just how much of a true Canadian you are? Take the quiz to see if you're the truest of the true North strong and free!

Q1 - Tim Hortons Almost any Canadian can't resist the sweet taste of Tim's coffee! How often do you visit Tim Hortons?
I'm barely there.
I go once in a while.
I try to go everyday for my Tim's fix.
I go multiple times a day!

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Q2 - parle francais Canada's two official languages are English and French. Are you bilingual?
Not at all
I can speak one fluently, with a few words of the other.
I am fluent in one with a basic grasp on the other.
I'm perfectly fluent in both!

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Q3 - loonie So many unique words are used in the North, but which slang terms do you use most?
Loonie
Washroom
Double-Double
Eh

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Q4 - milkbag Sometimes you can find some unconventional things in the North! Have you ever used a milk bag?
No, what's that?
I heard of them but never used them.
I've used one once or twice.
All the time!

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Q5 - poutine Do you like to enjoy a delicious poutine?
I'm not a fan of them.
Sure
Yes, it's pretty good.
I have to eat it at least once a week!

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Q6 - leaf It's a national symbol, so how many items with a maple leaf do you own?
I can't say that I own anything with the maple leaf.
I think I only own one thing.
I own a few.
I have many, including the Canadian flag itself!

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Q7 - moose There's so many Canadian animals that make the country what it is. Which of the following would you say that you've seen the most of?
A Canada goose
A beaver
A deer
A moose

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Q8 - canada goose Of the following, which Canadian clothing brand are you most likely to wear?
Naked and Famous
October's Very Own
Canada Goose
Roots

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Q9 - Team Canada Do you have any items that were designed to support the famous Team Canada?
No, I can't say that I do.
I might have something laying around.
I have a few items.
Yes! I take great pride in supporting them.

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Q10 - provinces There are thirteen of these in total, but how many provinces and territories have you visited?
Just one
Three
I'd say five.
I visited all of them!

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Q11 - canada dry With so many tasty Canadian drinks, which one is the best in your opinion?
Fruitopia
Cream Soda
Canada Dry
Double-Double

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Q12 - corner gas Of the following Canadian televisions shows, which could you watch over and over?
"Corner Gas"
"Letterkenny"
"Heartland"
"Hockey Night in Canada"

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Q13 - Bob & Doug A fair share of amazing duos have come from the north. Which of the following Canadian duos is the best in your opinion?
Lennon & Maisy
Wayne and Darryl
Red and Green
Bob & Doug McKenzie

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Q14 - kindness One reputation that the country has is for being so kind-hearted. How polite are you?
Not very
It depends on the situation.
I’m usually pretty polite.
I’m very polite.

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Q15 - david suzuki Which of these inspirational Canadians would you say that you look up to most?
Viola Desmond
David Suzuki
Tommy Douglas
Nellie McClung

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Q16 - hockey In Canada, it's not unusual for everyone to be enthusiastic about this sport! Do you enjoy hockey?
No, it's not for me.
I don't mind it.
It's fun to watch.
I live and breathe hockey!

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Q17 - cold Can you handle the cold or do you dread when it rolls around every year?
I’m not a fan of the cold.
I can deal with it, but I don’t like to!
It’s OK.
I live for the cold!

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Q18 - coffee crisps This tasty chocolate bar is a must have for many people. Do you like Coffee Crisps?
I don’t know what that is.
Not really
They’re OK.
I love them!

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Q19 - maple tap It's one of Canada's most important commodities. How do you feel about maple syrup?
I've never liked it.
It's OK.
I enjoy it now and then.
I eat it all the time!

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Q20 - peameal Around the world, it's thought of as "Canadian bacon." Do you like peameal bacon?
Nope
I've eaten it, but I don't enjoy it.
I don't mind it.
I sure do!

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Q21 - quebec If you could visit any Canadian city, which one would you choose to go to?
Toronto
Vancouver
Quebec City
Calgary

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Q22 - eh Everyone in the North is known to say this word, but how often do you use "eh," personally?
I can't say that I've ever used it.
Every now and then it slips out.
I use it pretty often.
In every sentence.

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Q23 - Mario's It's time for some delicious dinner. Which Canadian restaurant is your favourite?
East Side Mario's
A&W
St. Hubert's
Montana's

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Q24 - Celine Of the following, who is the best Canadian artist in your opinion?
Michael Buble
Neil Young
Gordon Lightfoot
Celine Dion

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Q25 - beavertails No matter how far you are from one, do you ever visit the BeaverTails stand to get your tasty Canadian treat fix?
No, there's none near me.
Only if I'm near one
Sometimes I do, if I'm craving it.
Of course! I'll travel as far as it takes to get to one.

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Q26 - food In your opinion, what would you say is the best part of living in Canada?
Freedom
People
Food
Politeness

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Q27 - plaid It's a pattern that is famous in Canada. Do you ever wear plaid?
Never!
I’ve worn it once or twice.
I wear it a bit.
Every day!

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Q28 - Snow Winter in Canada is well-known for being a chilly time of year. How do you dress in the winter?
I dress up in the biggest parka!
I usually wear a coat and scarf.
A coat is all I need.
Shorts, of course!

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Q29 - Canada Day It's one of the most important holidays in the country. What do you do on Canada Day?
I don’t do anything.
I watch the special on TV.
I go to a party.
I go to Parliament Hill.

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Q30 - donuts There are so many things to love about the country. What's the best fact about Canada in your opinion?
Canada is the world's second largest country.
It has a large renewable water supply.
It has one of the world's largest cities of French speakers.
Canada is known for having many doughnut shops.

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