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What is the capital of Saskatchewan? Regina
What is the capital of Nova Scotia? Halifax
What is the capital of Manitoba? Winnipeg
What is the capital of Newfoundland? St. John's
What is the capital of British Columbia? Victoria
What is the capital of Yukon Territory? Whitehorse
What is the capital of Nunavut? Iqaluit
What is the capital of Northwest Territories? Yellowknife
What is the capital of Prince Edward Island? Charlottetown
What is the capital of Ontario? Toronto
What is the capital of Alberta? Edmonton
What is the capital of Quebec? Quebec
What is the capital of New Brunswick? Fredericton
Known for its stampede, this largest Alberta city is called Canada's oil & gas capital Calgary
Largest city in British Columbia hosted Expo 86 Vancouver
Among the "41 places to go in 2011" is this town near Vancouver: "The Olympians are gone. Now it's your turn" Whistler
Most populous province Ontario
Least populous province and smallest province Prince Edward island
Largest province Quebec
The 4th daughter of Queen Victoria lent 1 of her names to a province & another to this emerald-colored lake near Banff Lake Louise (Alberta)
1st Prime Minister John Macdonald
1st French Prime Minister Wilfrid Laurier
The Canadian legislature has 2 houses: the upper house, or Senate, & the lower house called this, as in the U.K House of Commons
This newest province didn't become part of Canada unti 1949 Newfoundland
2 of the 4 provinces that formed the new Dominion of Canada in 1867 Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick
The Meech Lake Accord, which recognized this province as a distinct society, failed to win approval in 1990 Quebec
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