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Clue Province/Territory % Correct
It borders British Columbia, Montana, Northwest Territories, SaskatchewanAlberta
96.5%
Its three largest cities are Yellowknife, Hay River, and InuvikNorthwest Territories
91.2%
Two breeds of dogs are named after this placeNewfoundland and Labrador
84.2%
Its top 5 most spoken languages are English, Cree, French, German, UkrainianSaskatchewan
78.9%
The CFL team, the Blue Bombers, are from hereManitoba
78.9%
Former home of MLB team, the ExposQuebec
78.9%
Home of Canada's Walk of FameOntario
77.2%
Home of the Just For Laughs comedy festivalQuebec
75.4%
The most recent province or territory to be recognizedNunavut
75.4%
Where the Plains of Abraham are locatedQuebec
71.9%
Terry Fox's walk ended hereOntario
71.9%
The French name for this province is Nouvelle-ÉcosseNova Scotia
71.9%
Home to Mount Allison University, St. Thomas University, and Universite de MonctonNew Brunswick
70.2%
Home of NickelbackAlberta
68.4%
Home of fictional heroine Anne ShirleyPrince Edward Island
68.4%
Inuktitut, Inuinnaqtun, English and French are its official languagesNunavut
68.4%
Where Corner Gas was locatedSaskatchewan
68.4%
Home to Canada's largest churchQuebec
66.7%
Where insulin was discovered by Frederick Banting and Charles BestOntario
63.2%
Home to Canada's largest number of SikhsBritish Columbia
63.2%
Home of the largest casino in CanadaQuebec
63.2%
White Fang, starring Ethan Hawke, is set hereYukon
61.4%
The Beachcombers was shot hereBritish Columbia
61.4%
Clue Province/Territory % Correct
Place which most closely resembles a trapezoidSaskatchewan
61.4%
Where the Auyuittuq National Park is locatedNunavut
59.6%
Home of the Polar Bear Capital of the WorldManitoba
59.6%
This province celebrates Louis Riel Day in FebruaryManitoba
59.6%
Where the Trailer Park Boys resideNova Scotia
57.9%
Stompin' Tom Connors spent his childhood here, in Skinner's PondPrince Edward Island
56.1%
Former home of both Pierre Berton and Robert W. ServiceYukon
56.1%
Where Magnetic Hill is locatedNew Brunswick
56.1%
Birth place of former Detroit Red Wings captain, Steve YzermanBritish Columbia
52.6%
Birthplace of Lilith Fair founder, Sarah McLachlanNova Scotia
52.6%
In X-Men Origins: Wolverine, it is where Wolverine is shown to be fromNorthwest Territories
52.6%
On the most recent edition of Canadian Monopoly, international airports from British Columbia, Ontario, Quebec, and this place replaced the railroadsNewfoundland and Labrador
52.6%
The Shipping News, starring Kevin Spacey, is set hereNewfoundland and Labrador
50.9%
This province celebrates Guy Fawkes Night (Bonfire Night) and in the days following Christmas, people may go 'mummering' door to doorNewfoundland and Labrador
50.9%
Balzac Billy, is their equivalent to Punxsutawney Phil, who makes predictions on Groundhog's DayAlberta
50.9%
Home to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Mackenzie-Fort SmithNorthwest Territories
49.1%
The only place besides Ontario, Nunavut, and Alberta whose postal code abbreviation is also found in the Scrabble dictionaryPrince Edward Island
47.4%
Mentioned in the title of a 1972 Gordon Lightfoot SongAlberta
40.4%
Where most of David Adams Richards novels are setNew Brunswick
40.4%
The only place to have a carnivorous plant as its official flowerNewfoundland and Labrador
38.6%
This place has a town named after the card game FaroYukon
38.6%
Its official bird is the sharp tailed grouseSaskatchewan
33.3%

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