Geography Quiz / Battle of Ontario (Ottawa vs Toronto)

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Can you correctly identify what fact matches Ottawa (O) or Toronto (T) in this Battle of Ontario quiz?

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Can you choose which city...Ottawa (O) or     Toronto (T)
has won more Stanley Cups
is the provincial capital of Ontario
has a shorter driving distance to the USA
contains the CN Tower
has the global HQ of Fairmont Hotels and Resorts
is home to the Royal Ontario Museum
is the national capital of Canada
is home to the Skydome (Rogers Center)
was originally settled as 'Bytown'
has well-known district called ByWard Market
is home to the Peace Tower
has the world's longest skating rink (Rideau Canal)
is the birthplace of actor/comedian Dan Aykroyd
is the most populous city in Canada
is home to the Hockey Hall of Fame
Can you choose which city...Ottawa (O) or     Toronto (T)
is the birthplace of actor/comedian Mike Myers
is home to the National Gallery of Canada
used to have a CFL team called the Rough Riders
has the busiest airport in Canada
whose name comes from Algonquin for 'to trade'
hosts a huge winter festival called 'Winterlude'
borders Gatineau, Quebec
has a closer international border with the USA
ranks as the most educated city in Canada
hosts the software company Corel
has the famous hotel Fairmont Château Laurier
has a full-sized castle called 'Casa Loma'
hosts the Maple Leafs (NHL) and Raptors (NBA)
is home to Carleton University
is located on Lake Ontario

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