You're a Geography Expert If You Can Match the Canadian City to the Province or Territory

By: Heather Cahill
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4 min
Saskatchewan Saskatoon is a smaller Canadian city, but that doesn't mean it isn't great! Do you know where to find this central gem?
Manitoba
Nunavut
Saskatchewan
Saskatoon is a great little city that is quite unique. One amazing fact is that the city has only experienced one historic earthquake in its entire history! That's the beauty of living in the middle of the country.
Alberta

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Yukon We're not talking animals here! Whitehorse is the capital of what territory?
Yukon
It's a city nestled into the wilderness that sits along the Yukon River. Located in the North, there are certain times of the year when there is no daylight for long periods of time. It's something o keep in mind if you ever think of moving there!
British Columbia
Northwest Territories
Nunavut

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Nova Scotia If you want to visit Cape Breton, you'll have to visit an island. What province is it in?
Alberta
Northwest Territories
British Columbia
Nova Scotia
Cape Breton is home to only 94,000 people, making it quite small, but a great place to check out. It was its own colony until it merged with Nova Scotia in 1820.

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Manitoba It's a real city, we promise! Where is Flin Flon?
Manitoba
Flin Flon is known for being the home town of many famous hockey players. Does the name Booby Clarke ring a bell? He's just one of the many famous NHL players who got their humble start in the city.
Quebec
Yukon
Newfoundland and Labrador

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Northwest Territories The capital of this territory, Yellowknife, is found where?
Alberta
Nunavut
Yukon
Northwest Territories
Yellowknife is the capital of this territory and has been since the 1960s. It's also the diamond capital of North America as there are several diamond mines near the city.

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Alberta Known for the famous Stampede, where would you find Calgary?
British Columbia
Prince Edward Island
Newfoundland
Alberta
If you're from Calgary, then you're probably familiar with the city's nickname, Cowtown! A beautiful Canadian city, it's easy to enjoy the close by Banff National Park, which is like no other in the world.

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British Columbia You might feel like you're in a greenhouse when in Victoria. Where is this city?
British Columbia
If you're a fan of whale watching, Victoria is the perfect city for you to visit. Island living in Canada is priceless when you get to do it in Victoria. A short distance from the main land, you won't find a much nicer location!
Newfoundland and Labrador
Quebec
Ontario

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Saskatchewan1 If you're part of the RCMP, then you've definitely been to this city. Regina is found where?
Saskatchewan
There are no true medieval castles in Canada⁠ — unless you visit Regina of course! There's more to the city than just this, it's also well-known for being the capital of Saskatchewan. It has a long history, as it became an official city in 1882.
British Columbia
New Brunswick
Manitoba

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Quebec Canadian history buffs will feel right at home in Quebec City, which is in what province?
Prince Edward Island
Quebec
Quebec City is home to the historic Chateau Frontenac, which is a hotel that was built in the 1800s. Located right beside the St. Lawrence River, it's hard to beat this beautiful view of the city.
Manitoba
Ontario

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Ontario The city of Kingston is found where in Canada?
Ontario
One of the most famous places in Kingston is the Kingston Penitentiary, which was extremely high security. Now, there are tours throughout the famous jail. Aside from this, there are many other great things about Kingston, such as the fact that it was once Canada's capital city!
Alberta
Yukon
Nova Scotia

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New Brunswick Home to the Mi'kmaq, Moncton is where in the country?
New Brunswick
Tiny and quaint, Moncton is home to about only 80 thousand people within the main city. It's hard to believe that it is actually the largest city inside of the province, beating out even the capital of Fredericton.
Northwest Territories
Saskatchewan
Newfoundland and Labrador

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British Columbia1 Not far from a certain island, do you know where you'd find Kelowna?
New Brunswick
Nunavut
Ontario
British Columbia
A charming city on the coast of British Columbia, Kelowna is known for many things. To start, it's filled with wineries and has a very long history with them. The oldest winery in the are, Calona Wines still stands today.

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Nunavut Iqaluit is known for its cold conditions, but it's not always filled with snow. Where is it?
Quebec
Manitoba
Nova Scotia
Nunavut
Despite being such a northern and remote place, Iqaluit has a population of more than 7,000 people. Most of this population is made up of the Inuit. Living up here can be quite expensive, as it is very remote. For example, Ketchup can cost you $16 in this city.

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Newfoundland and Labrador This is one colorful and bright city. You'll find St. John's in which province?
Quebec
Alberta
Newfoundland and Labrador
Walking down the streets of St. John's is an amazing sight. Many buildings are in different colors, such as red, blue or green. When you're not taking in the beauty of the city, you can look out to the ocean instead!
Nova Scotia

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Prince Edward Island If you've heard of the Charlottetown Conference, then you're halfway there. Where would you find Charlottetown?
Nova Scotia
Saskatchewan
Prince Edward Island
Charlottetown has a deep history in Canada, starting with the country's Confederation. It was the beginning of a formation that would change Canada in the coming years. We all know how it turned out now!
Manitoba

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Manitoba1 Winnipeg is a capital of a province, but which one is it?
Ontario
Yukon
Saskatchewan
Manitoba
Around the center of the country lies Winnipeg, a city you may know better as "Winterpeg!" Though winter makes its way all around Canada, this city can have some brutal and cold winters.

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Ontario1 Everyone, even those outside of the country know of this city! Do you know where Toronto is located?
New Brunswick
Nova Scotia
Yukon
Ontario
The famous city, known as "The Six," is one that many people think of when Canada comes to mind. It's known for many things, like the CN Tower and of course, Drake! It's also known for its many sports teams, including the Toronto Raptors.

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British Columbia2 Vancouver is technologically driven and a beautiful place by the ocean. Where would you find it?
British Columbia
Vancouver is arguably one of Canada's most well-known cities. A West Coast gem, it is known for its beauty and also for being the home of the 2010 Olympics. There's no better place on Earth than Vancouver for a Winter Olympics!
Quebec
Nunavut
Yukon

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Saskatchewan2 There's no question that this city is Canadian! Moose Jaw is found where?
Ontario
Nunavut
Prince Edward Island
Saskatchewan
Just as its name suggests, the moose acts as an ambassador for this city. Upon entering the city, you'll find a tall moose statue that has been there for over 30 years, which does, in fact, have a name. His name is Mac the moose!

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Ontario2 Ottawa is the capital city of Canada as a whole, but it's found in a certain province. Do you know which one?
Saskatchewan
British Columbia
Ontario
Ottawa is home to the Government of Canada and it is very oriented around politics. While it's a very important place in the country, it's not uncommon to find someone elsewhere in the world who instead believes that Toronto is the capital!
Alberta

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Alberta1 You know Whitehorse, but now it's time for Red Deer! Where is it?
Alberta
Canada is known for having a few cities with odd names and this is no exception! The city loves their hockey as many in Canada do, as they opened the first outdoor ice rink. Now, it's hard to find a Canadian city without one.
Saskatchewan
British Columbia
Ontario

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Quebec1 The name might be a giveaway, but can you guess where you'd find Mont Laurier?
Alberta
British Columbia
Ontario
Quebec
While its French name might have given away its location, it's a great city on the Rivere du Lievre. Though its population is small, there is a lot to discover in its large municipal area. That leaves plenty of room for the sporting that many residents love to take part in.

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Prince Edward Island1 Though it says it in its name, it's not always summer here. Summerside is in which province?
Saskatchewan
Prince Edward Island
Summerside is slightly smaller in population than Charlottetown, which also has a small-town feel. Summerside can get hit with some pretty cold winters, with some of the lowest temperatures being -30 degrees Celsius.
Alberta
Manitoba

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New Brunswick1 You would find Fredericton in which of the following?
Newfoundland and Labrador
Quebec
New Brunswick
The third-largest city in the province by population, Fredericton is along the Saint John River. There is a great opportunity for students in this city with two post-secondary options to choose from.
British Columbia

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British Columbia3 Home to the famous treat, where is Nanaimo?
Quebec
Newfoundland and Labrador
Yukon
British Columbia
Taking up a part of Vancouver Island, Nanaimo is a great place to live. In fact, it's the third-largest city located on the island. Get ready to ride a ferry if you're interested in visiting the city unless you take the highway!

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Ontario3 Colonel Sanders lived in Mississauga at one time! Where is the city?
Ontario
Mississauga is close to Toronto and is even home to an airport known as the Toronto-Pearson Airport. It's a great place to live, as it has been voted as one of Canada's safest cities to live in.
Yukon
Manitoba
Newfoundland and Labrador

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Alberta2 A city that experienced rapid growth in the early 2000s, Grande Prairie is found in which of the following?
Alberta
Grande Prairie is one of the largest cities in the province, but when compared to some other cities around the country it is quite small. Almost 70,000 people call Grande Prairie home and it is actually near a large prairie.
Prince Edward Island
British Columbia
Yukon

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Ontario4 The home of one large coin, where in Canada would you find Sudbury?
Saskatchewan
Nova Scotia
Northwest Territories
Ontario
A great Canadian song about this city is called "Sudbury Saturday Night" by Stompin' Tom. It detailed a fun night out for the miners who worked in the city at the time. Of course, there's still a great selection of nightlife to enjoy there today as well.

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Quebec2 Right beside Montreal, where would you find the city of Laval?
Nunavut
Nova Scotia
Manitoba
Quebec
An island in Quebec, it feels like anything but that. There's no limit of thing to do while in this city. For example, the downtown core of the city is filled with many opportunities for shopping and leisure so that there's never a dull moment.

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Alberta3 A trip to Edmonton has to mean visiting its most famous mall! Do you know where to go to find the city?
Alberta
The West Edmonton Mall was once the world's largest. A big tourist attraction in the city, there are many more great things about it. Did you know that there are no rats in Edmonton? You can walk through the city with no fear of seeing one!
Prince Edward Island
Northwest Territories
Manitoba

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Ontario5 In this large province you'll find Windsor. Where is it?
Saskatchewan
Prince Edward Island
Ontario
Wine or whiskey lovers will have fun in this city covered in wineries. It's also home to the largest distillery in the entire continent. This is one city to make a stop in if you're ever on a cross-Canada road trip!
Northwest Territories

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Alberta4 The perfect place to live if you love gardening, where would you find Medicine Hat?
Saskatchewan
Nunavut
Alberta
Medicine Hat is one of the best places to live for outdoors lovers. Not only is it great for hobbies like gardening, but there are also many parks and opportunities to do things such as camping and hiking.
Yukon

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Nova Scotia1 A great place to catch a ferry, Halifax is located where?
Nova Scotia
If there's one interesting fact about Halifax, it has to do with Point Pleasant Park. A piece of land that is owned by the British, the city pays only 10 cents per year for the property. We'd say that it's a steal!
British Columbia
Yukon
Saskatchewan

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British Columbia4 Coquitlam is part of a beautiful region in which province?
Quebec
Ontario
British Columbia
Today, we all think of the province of Quebec as being the home of many Francophones, but did you know that many lived in Coquitlam at one time as well? There are still many Francophones living in the city today.
Manitoba

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Ontario6 Despite its name, it's a pretty sunny place. Where is Thunder Bay?
Ontario
The birthplace of electronic music is in Canada's own Thunder Bay. With a booming entertainment industry, the city was once home to a movie studio which produced some homegrown flicks.
Newfoundland and Labrador
Prince Edward Island
Northwest Territories

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Quebec3 Across from the capital city of Canada is the city of Gatineau. What province is it in?
British Columbia
Quebec
While they're right beside each other and easy to access, the two cities are often linked together to create the Ottawa-Gatineau region. Cross the MacDonald-Cartier Bridge and you'll be in either province or city in no time!
Northwest Territories
Nova Scotia

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British Columbia5 One of the largest cities in this province is Richmond, but can you name where it is?
British Columbia
If you live near Vancouver, chances are that you've visited the Vancouver International Airport. Despite being named for the capital city, you would have to visit Richmond to fly out, as that's where it is located!
Saskatchewan
Manitoba
Prince Edward Island

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Quebec4 An ecclectic city along the St. Lawrence River, Trois-Rivieres is found where?
Northwest Territories
Nova Scotia
Yukon
Quebec
Trois-Rivieres is the place to be if you love action and fun! What other cities can say that they host a car race through their city streets? It's known as the Grand-Prix de Trois-Rivieres.

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Quebec5 You can pronounce Montreal many ways, but you can only find it in one place. Where is it?
Northwest Territories
Saskatchewan
Prince Edward Island
Quebec
One of the most well-known cities in Quebec is known for many things, such as its booming entertainment. Montreal was recognized as a city in 1832, even before the Confederation in 1867.

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Ontario7 The smallest of the Tri-Cities is Waterloo. Can you name the province it's part of?
Prince Edward Island
Yukon
Manitoba
Ontario
Though smaller than its sister cities, Waterloo is just as entertaining to visit. There are two notable universities within the city that are attended by people from all over the country and it's also known for its many festivals.

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