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Canada Superlatives

National Parks

QuestionAnswer
Biggest Park (44,807 kilometres squared) Wood Buffalo National Park
Smallest Park (13.5 kilometres squared) Georgian Bay Islands National Park
Oldest Park (created in 1885) Banff National Park
Youngest Park (In Nunavut) (2015) Qausuittuq Park
Park(s) located in the Taiga Plains Ecozone Wood Buffalo National Park, Nahanni National Park
Ecozones that contain only 1 park Hudson plains, Boreal Cordillera, Southern Arctic
Ecozones that contain 5 or more parks Montane Cordillera, Boreal Shield, Atlantic Maritime
National park with the highest tides in the world Fundy National Park
National park situated in the world's Largest Freshwater Archipelago Georgian Bay Islands
Canada's First National Park (1885) Banff National Park
National park protects some of the last remaining original mixed-grass prairie of its kind Grassland National Park
Canada's Most Northerly Park Quttininpaaq
First Natural Site named to the UNESCO World Heritage List Nahanni National Park
National Park located in the Canadian Shield on the north shore of Lake Superior Pukaskwa National park
The park is located in the Prairies, and mountain is in the name of this park Riding Mountain
Canada's most eastern park Terra Nova
Park noted for its outstanding geological features and deep-sea fjords Gros Morne
Located on Vancouver Islannd, national park contains some of the largest and oldest trees in Canada Pacific Rim
Rogers Pass located in this park (name of park means large chunk of ice) Glacier
Island is in the name of this park, but isn't an island Elk Island
National park is most southern point of mainland Canada Point Pelee
National park protects Garry Oak System Gulf Islands
National Park contains Canada's highest mountain peek Kluane
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