Type
Crossword
Description

This Canadian won the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1923 for discovering insulin Banting
The national summer sport of Canada Lacrosse
The only officially bilingual province in Canada New Brunswick
This animal can be found on the Canadian quarter Caribou
This Aboriginal language has the largest number of speakers in Canada Cree
Actor Kiefer Sutherland is the famous grandson of this champion for universal healthcare Douglas
The Great One Gretzky
The first Canadian to walk in space and become the commander of the International Space Station Hadfield
Canada has 20% of the world’s ________. Fresh water
This is the official symbol of Canada Beaver

Canadian History Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Who is the first Canadian to walk in space? Hadfield
First Canadian Prime Minister? Macdonald
Canada's National sport? lacrosse
Canada's animal? Beaver
Canada's Capital city? Ottawa
Which province was the last to join Canada? Newfoundland
Canada's winter sport? Curling
Canada's leaf? MapleLeaf
First Female Canadian to join the Government? AgnesMacphail
Canada's color? Red
What are Canada's citizens called? Canadians
What are Canada's fries called? Poutine
Which province is our capital city in? Ontario
Canada's longest season? Winter
Canada's largest city? Toronto

CANADIAN CROSSWORD PUZZLE

Type
Crossword
Description

WHAT'S CANADA'S MAIN SPORT? HOCKEY
WHERE IN CANADA WAS DEADPOOL FILMED? VANCOUVER
WHAT'S CANADA'S MAIN ANIMAL? MOOSE
WHAT DO CANADIANS WEAR ON REMEMBRANCE DAY? POPPY
WHAT'S A FAMOUS TREAT MADE BY CADBURY? CRISPYCRUNCH
WHATS THE MAIN SYMBOL? CROWN
WHAT CANADIAN INVENTED THE TELEPHONE? ALEXANDER
WHATS A FAMOUS CANADIAN FASTFOOD BREAKFAST PLACE? TIM HORTONS
WHATS THE SECOND PLAYED SPORT IN CANADA? FOOTBALL
WHATS THE SMALLEST ISLAND IN CANADA? PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND
WHERE WAS THE PHRASE "TRICK OR TREAT'' MADE? ALBERTA
WHAT'S ON THE CANADA FLAG? MAPLELEAF
WHAT'S THE MOST POPULAR CITY IN WINNIPEG? MANITOBA
WHATS THE MOST POPULAR PRAIRIE PROVINCE? ALBERTA
WHO WRITES BACK DURING CHRISTMAS IN CANADA? SANTA
WHAT PROVINCE TAKES UP MORE THAN ONE-THIRD OF CANADIANS? ONTARIO
WHERE IS MOST OF OUR GOODS FROM? BRITISH COLUMBIA
WHAT'S THE CAPITAL OF NUNAVUT? IQALUIT
WHATS THE POPULATION IN CANADA? 34MILLION
WHATS THE CAPITAL OF CANADA? OTTAWA
WHO'S CANADIAN'S TRADING PARTNER AMERICA
WHAT DOES CANDA HAVE MOST OF THAN OTHER COUNTIRES COMBINED? LAKES
WHAT'S OUR NATIONAL ANTHEM CALLED? O'CANADA
WHEN WAS HOCKEY DEVELOPED? 1800
CANDA HAS THE LARGEST (WHAT) IN THE WORLD? COASTLINE
WHAT DO CANADIANS OWN IN AMERICA? AMALL
WHO WERE THE FIRST ON CANADA? ABORIGINALS
ANERICANS HAVE LOST TWO OF A (WHAT) IN CANADA? INVASIONS
WHATS THE MAIN FOOD OF CANADA? MAPLE SYRUP
WHEN WAS THE CANADIAN FLAG RAISED FOR THE FIRST TIME 1965

Canadian Provinces Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What province is the Nation's capital in? Ontario
Which is the smallest Canadian province? Prince Edward Island
Which province is on the Pacific Coast? British Columbia
Which province is known for the Calgary Stampede? Alberta
Which province is the home base for the Montreal Canadiens? Quebec
Which province is known for its wide open prairie fields? Saskatchewan
Which province is directly to the west of Ontario? Manitoba
Which province is Sydney Crosby from? Nova Scotia
Which is the most eastern province of Canada? Newfoundland
Which province is closest to the Bay of Fundy? New Brunswick

Canadian Animals Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Mule deer
Lemming
Red fox
Grey wolf
Artic hare
Steller's jay
Wolverine
Raccoon
Blue jay
Moose
Loon
Polar bear
Prairie dog
Bison
Snowy owl
Caribou
Beluga whale
Canada lynx
Grizzly bear
Great grey owl
Canada goose
Atlantic puffin
Big horned sheep
Mountain lion
Monarch butterfly
Black capped chickadee
Common garter snake
Beaver

Canada 150 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The First Nations are credited for creating which Canadian sport? Lacrosse
The Name of Canada's largest National Park Wood Buffalo
Canada's largest National Park is located in which province? Alberta
This acronym is used to remember the names of the Great Lakes Homes
This desert is named after a Canadian city. Nanaimo
This woman is the only Canadian athlete to have won gold at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. Rosie MacLennan
Another word for women gaining the right to vote suffrage
Canada has been a member of this organization since it's inception in 1949. Nato
Canadian Flying Ace and Victoria Cross recipient of the First World War Billy Bishop
A popular Canadian dish which originated in Quebec Poutine
The official bird of Ontario Common Loon

Canada Day Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Canada's National Animal Beaver
Canada's national summer sport Lacrosse
Canada's national winter sport Hockey
Most Famous Cup Stanley
Capital Ottawa
Most popular province Ontario
Second largest French speaking city in the world Montreal
Number of territories three
Number of provinces Ten
Fresh Water Beach Wasaga
Last Province or territory to join Canada Nunavut
Most popular cheese in Canada Cheddar
Famous Quebec dish Poutine
Biome found in Canada Tundra
Big City Toronto
Worth one dollar Loon
National bird : Gray ... Jay
Canadian precipitation Snow
Favourite Syrup Maple
Cheese Province Quebec
Calgary Stampede
Capital of Manitoba Winnipeg
Our Columbia British
Big Bay Hudson
Little Bay James
Famous Coffee TimHortons
Nickel City Sudbury
Stuck between Alberta and Manitoba Saskatchewan

Canadian Symbols Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What do we call a two dollar coin? TOONIE
What do we call a one dollar coin? LOONIE
A game played on ice. CURLING
A traditional indigenous shelter. TIPI
Tastes great on pancakes! MAPLE SYRUP
Canadian ______. (a long necked bird) GOOSE
We wear this on our heads to stay warm. TOQUE
A large arctic animal. POLAR BEAR
A game played on skates. HOCKEY
This animal builds dams in rivers and creeks. BEAVER
________ Jaw, Saskatchewan. MOOSE
Canada's national sport. LACROSSE
A human made stone landmark. INUKSHUK
Our favourite place for coffee and donuts. TIM HORTONS
The leaf on the Canadian flag is a _______________. MAPLE LEAF
Canadian law enforcement officer that wears a red uniform. MOUNTIE

Canadian Provinces/Territories and Capitals Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Alberta
British Columbia
Canada
Charlottetown
Edmonton
Fredricton
Halifax
Iqaluit
Manitoba
New Brunswick
Newfoundland Labrador
Northwest Territories
Nova Scotia
Nunavut
Ontario
Ottawa
Prince Edward Island
Quebec
Quebec City
Regina
Saskatchewan
St John s
Toronto
Victoria
Whitehorse
Winnipeg
Yellowknife
Yukon

Canada Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Mountains that extend north from the United States into western Canada Rocky Moutains
Falls created by the waters of the Niagara River Niagara Falls
An important international waterway that links the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean St Lawrence River
Region of rocky uplands, lakes and swamps. Covers about 1.8 million square miles of Canada Canadian Shield
This area lines the Atlantic coast of Canada. Includes the provinces of Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. Some of these provinces are islands in the Atlantic Ocean Atlantic Region
The area that stretches north of the Great Lakes. It includes the large provinces of Ontario and Quebec Core Region
Covers Canada's central plains. Includes the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta Prairie Region
The region on Canada's Pacific coast that is made up of the province of British Columbia Pacific Region
This area lies north and reaches far into the Arctic Ocean. It includes Canada's three territories which include Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut Northern Region
A natural resource found in the Atlantic region that has created a major economic activity. Coal
A physical feature that covers most of the Northern Region. Tundra
The core region has become a large producer of this natural resource hydroelectric power

Quebec Independence Movement Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Located in Eastern Canada Quebec
Is the official language of business and government in Quebec French
In __, colonists grew unhappy with the British government and began to rebel 1837
For over_____ years, many of Quebec's citizens have argued that their province should separate from Canada Fifty
In 1867, the British North America Act created the _______ __ ______. Dominion of Canada
Most French Canadians were ______ while majority of British Canadians were Protestant. Catholic
In ____, the Constitution Act made Canada bilingual. (French &English) 1982
Quebec nationalists thought of themselves as ________ not Canadians. Quebecois
A large part of Canadian ________ is centered in Quebec. Industry
In ____, the French established their first permanent settlement in the New World. (now Quebec) 1608
Canada was an ___________, self-governing nation, but still part of the British Empire. Independent
_____ _______ wanted a share of Canada's valuable natural resources, so they fought the French and Indian War in 1763 Great Britain
This war happened in 1763 French & Indian
The new country had ____ _________. Four Provinces
Canada was united in ____, the provinces of Quebec is still an Island of French language and culture 1867
Great Britain did not want to repeat what happened with the ________ __________. American Revolution
Most French ________ _______ had been living in Quebec for hundreds of years. Canadian Families
Many Francophones started to think that Quebec should ______ from Canada. Secede
French-speaking Quebecois were called ____________. Francophones
Quebec is the _______ of Canada's provinces Largest
The _______ won the war and divided Canada into Upper Canada and Lower Canada in 1791 British
Many French Canadians felt that their _________ and culture might disappear. Language
In ____, Canada's Supreme Court ruled that Quebec could not secede without consent from all of the other provinces. 1948
Most English Canadians felt most French Canadians had always had equal rights and enough _______________ in the government. Representatives