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  • 1) During which of these wars finest hour of the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) occur?

  • 2) Who was the first French-Canadian Prime Minister?

  • 3) What is the estimate of British and American people immigrated to Canada during the economic boom of the 1890s and early 1900s?

  • 4) Which of the following people developed good bonding with Voyageurs or coureurs de bois?

  • 5) Which of the following incidents facilitated end of The Pacific War?

  • 6) Because of the terrible economic crisis the year 1920 is sometimes referred as the "Dirty twenties".

  • 7) Since which year Canada got its official name?

  • 8) Who were referred the "Bluebirds"?

  • 9) As believed by few, Canada need to adopt American republican values or even join the US lead to the 1837-1838 armed rebellions.

  • 10) What is the name of the person who has built one of the following which is now in Quebec City.

  • 11) With what activities was Mary Ann (Shadd) Cary connected?

  • 12) In which historic Battle, Napoleon's fleet was defeated in 1805?

  • 13) Taking advantage of which of these economy did French and the Aboriginal people collaborated amongst themselves and developed their trade?

  • 14) Where did Sir Leonard Tilley, the man who suggested the term Dominion of Canada and also known as Father of Confederation belonged to?

  • 15) During which war the Battle of Amiens took place?

  • 16) Which historic enemies did Champlain ally with?

  • 17) Women of Quebec was granted the right to vote in the year________.

  • 18) Empowered with which of these acts first Legislative assembly was elected by the people?

  • 19) In 1813, with 460 soldiers Lieutenant-Colonel Charles de Salaberry turned away ________

  • 20) Which is the year when Canada - Confederation was born?


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