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British Columbia's capital
Victoria
Who did the British king send to Canada to try to prevent a rebellion among the colonist there?
Earl of Durham
Capital of Alberta
Edmonton
Which early British law gave French people in Quebec the right to speak French and practice their own customs?
Quebec Act
Nunavut's capital
Iqaluit
The two national languages of Canada are
English and French
What happened as a result of the Treaty of Paris?
Great Britian gained control over most of North American (including Canada)
How did the Canadian government help the Inuits regain their cultural identity?
It granted them their own land.
The Inuits call their homeland this
Nunavut
France and Great Britian fought the Seven Year's War because both countries wanted to
control the Ohio River Valley
What happened to Canada as a result of the Allied victories in World War I and World War II?
It became a world power.
Northwest Territories' capital
Yellowknife
Manitoba's capital
Winnipeg
Quebec's capital
Quebec
Ontario's capital
Toronto
Canadians were able to gain independence from Great Britian without
fighting a war.
A country that has two official language is known as
bilingual
Nunavut is
Canada's newest province.