Who was Canada’s first Prime Minister?
Canada’s first Prime Minister was John A. Macdonald.
Where was Canada’s first lighthouse built?
Canada’s first lighthouse was built Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia.
What government official resides at Rideau Hall in Ottawa?
The Governor general resides at Rideau Hall in Ottawa, and the current government general is Michaelle Jean.
What is the longest river in Canada?
The longest river in Canada is the Mackenzie River.
Where is it located?
The Mackenzie river is located in the Northwest Territories.
In what province have paleontologists found the most dinosaurs bones?
Paleontologists have found the most dinosaurs bones in Alberta.
Who led the British troops on the Plains of Abraham?
General James Wolfe led the British troops on the Plains of Abraham.
Who became Canada’s first female astronaut?
Doctor Roberta Bondar was Canada’s first female astronaut.
Which Prime Minister was noted for wearing a rose in his lapel?
Pierre Elliot Trudeau was known for wearing a rose in his lapel.
Who was Canada’s first female Prime Minister?
Kim Campbell was Canada’s first female Prime Minister.
What Party did she belong to?
Kim Campbell belonged to the Conservative party.
When did she serve? Be specific
Kim Campbell served as Prime Minister for a very short time during 1993.
What is British Columbia’s Provincial bird?
The Steller’s Jay is British Columbia’s provincial bird.
What Olympic event is scheduled to be held in Richmond?
Speed Skating is the Olympic event that is being held in Richmond.
a) Who is the Artistic Director of Ballet British Columbia?
The artistic director of the Ballet British Columbia is Maria Lewis.
b) What is the name of the upcoming production?
The name of the upcoming production is called Nine Sinatra Songs.
Who was he known as before he changed his name to Amor de Cosmos?
Amor de Cosmos was born with the name William Alexander Smith.
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