1. Who is this famous stallion pictured with the Mounties? 2. In the early days, Brandon was the ________________ capital of Canada. Buyers would come from all corners of the nation to buy and trade this at auction. 3. The national animal of Canada is the _____________. 4. ‘Canada’ is from the Iroquoian language meaning _______________. 5. All five and a half thousand miles of the U.S./Canadian border has a 20-foot wide space carved free of trees called the ______________. 6. About __________ % of Canada’s population is concentrated within 160 kilometers (100 miles) of the Canada/U.S. border. 7. Canadians call the one dollar coin the _________________. 8. 50 years ago, this horse won Canadian National Champion Mare.
7. Loonie; 8. *Dornaba thought that was the name of the country; 5. no-touching zone; 6. 90%; Jacques Cartier was invited by the Iroquois to their village ‘kanata,’ he horse trading; 3. North American Beaver); 4. village. When French explorer Answers: 1. 1976 Canadian National Champion Stallion Khemosabi; 2. Ar abian Horse Times | 181 | Volume 47, No. 2
Published on Jul 28, 2016