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It’s party time from coast to coast! On July 1, Canadians gather together across this great country of ours for the traditional Canada Day celebrations. Official ceremonies, shows, fireworks displays and other festivities take place in every Canadian province and territory.

A bit of history Canada was created in 1867 when the British North America Act (now called the 1867 Constitution Act) was signed. At that time, Canada was divided into four provinces: Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.

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!! Canada Day trivia, eh?! Think you know your stuff? Answer as many of the 50 questions as you can, on your own, then research the questions you don’t know. Have fun learning more about the North Shore, B.C. and Canada!

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Canada has how many provinces? ___________________________________

2. Canada has how many territories? ___________________________________

3.

What animal was given official status as an emblem of Canada in 1975? ___________________________________

4. What is Canada’s official tree? ___________________________________

5.

In what year was the song O Canada proclaimed as Canada’s national anthem? ___________________________________

6. How many points does the maple leaf on the Canadian national flag have?

10. Who is the current Prime Minister of Canada? ___________________________________

11. Who was the first Prime Minister of Canada? ___________________________________

12. Canada’s Parliament (legislative branch) consists of three parts. What are they? ___________________________________

13. Who was the first and only woman to hold the office of Prime Minister in Canada? ___________________________________

14. The area around Burrard Inlet, including what is now known as the North Shore, is the traditional unceded territory of what three main First Nations groups? ___________________________________

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What sport did Parliament declare the national winter sport of Canada in 1994? ___________________________________

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15. What British captain was among the first Europeans to enter Burrard Inlet in 1792?

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16. What modern utility first came to early North Vancouver (the community of Moodyville) in 1882? ___________________________________

17. Versatile Pacific, previously known as Burrard Dry Dock, was originally known as what? ___________________________________

18. One of the worst engineering disasters in B.C. history occurred when the Second Narrows Bridge collapsed, killing 18 workers (and one rescue diver), on June 17 of what year? ___________________________________

19. In what year did the District of North Vancouver incorporate? ___________________________________

20. In what year did buses replace streetcars in North Vancouver? ___________________________________

21. In what year was the City of North Vancouver created as a separate municipality? 22. In what year did the municipality of West Vancouver separate from the District of North Vancouver? ___________________________________

23. What are the names of the two resident grizzly bears on Grouse Mountain? ___________________________________

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24. What is the name of the community-based team formed in 1965 to search for lost and injured hikers on North Shore mountains? ___________________________________

25. The popular Grouse Grind trail is how many kilometres long? ___________________________________

26. What is the provincial flower of B.C.?

30. What famous cartoonist, best known for the comic strip For Better or For Worse, attended North Vancouver High School? ___________________________________

31. What artist and author, known internationally for his bestselling novel Generation X, grew up in West Vancouver and attended Sentinel Secondary? ___________________________________

32. Lynn Canyon Park contains second growth forest in its 617 acres of land. It also features a bridge that is how many metres above the canyon? ___________________________________

33. What is the name of the West Vancouver landmark in Ambleside Park that was constructed from old growth cedar and is a gift from the Squamish Nation? ___________________________________

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27. B.C. is the third largest film production centre in North America. Many famous films have been shot here including what popular teen saga featuring vampires and wolves? ___________________________________

28. What well-known singer, who hit his stride in the 1980s with classics like Summer of ’69, went to Argyle Secondary in North Vancouver? ___________________________________

34. There are how many time zones in Canada? ___________________________________

35. According to the WWF, 60-80 per cent of the world’s population of this animal lives in Canada. ___________________________________

36. What three oceans line Canada’s frontiers? ___________________________________

37. What is the highest mountain in Canada?

29. What 1990s teen heartthrob, who made his mark as fish-out-of-water Brandon Walsh on TV’s Beverly

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Look for North Vancouver’s historic Streetcar No.153 and the vintage Harbottle Dairy Truck in the Canada Day Parade. Join in the festivities at Waterfront Park. At 1:30 pm and 3:00 pm, The Shipyard Pals will take you on a FREE story-filled walk of the historic Burrard Dry dock. Meet at the foot of Lonsdale and Victory Ship Way. of Lonsdale and Victory Ship Way.

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Join us this Canada Day for a free, fun-filled, family event where we, as a community, come together to celebrate our great nation’s history and culture. Rain or shine, thousands of people sporting red and white come to Waterfront Park on July 1 from 12:00-4:00pm for the annual North Vancouver Canada Day Celebration. This year’s event will feature a diverse lineup of local performers, multicultural food, familyoriented games, and displays from North Shore community organizations. Enjoy free cupcakes, a climbing wall, bouncy castles, art workshops, and more! Hosted by the Rotary Club of Lions Gate (RCLG) for 31 years, the Canada Day Celebration has evolved to become a pillar North Shore community experience for all to enjoy. Led by Co-Chairs Terry Lehouillier and Shirley Robertson, the North Vancouver Canada Day Committee is committed to bringing the community together for a fun, memorable, and zero waste event.

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With views of Burrard Inlet, the Vancouver skyline, and the North Shore mountains - Waterfront Park is surrounded by the breathtaking scenery that the North Shore has to offer. As a zero waste event, RCLG strives to maintain the beauty that the park holds. Through various green initiatives, RCLG has been successful in making Canada Day a zero waste event.

The Spirit Trail runs through Waterfront Park and the park is steps from Lonsdale Quay, so RCLG encourages attendees to take public transport, walk, or bike. New to this year’s event, there will be a bike valet! The Bicycle Valet provides free and secure bike parking on site to make it easier for attendees to choose our environmentally-friendly option of biking.

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They are continuously striving to improve this number and with the help and support of the community, we can do it together! Green Chair will be onsite again this year with multiple recycling stations equipped with volunteers to assist with sorting recyclable and compostable items. The stations will include a household battery and light bulb recycling option to encourage proper disposal of these items. Event attendees are encouraged to bring a reusable water bottle to help

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38. What military aerobatics flight team is officially known as Canadian Forces 431 Air Demonstration Squadron? ___________________________________

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40. Canada has what form of government? ___________________________________

41. What West Vancouver neighbourhood was named for the Scottish castle that was home to the clan of early resident R.E. Macnaghten? ___________________________________

42. This famous Ontario-born player is the NHL’s all-time leading scorer and was often booed by other players’ parents when he was a kid because he was so good. ___________________________________

43. What track and field athlete, who moved to North Vancouver at the age of 12, set seven world records including for the 100-yard dash, which he held simultaneously with the 100-metre world record? ___________________________________

44. This West Vancouver swimmer, nicknamed Mighty Mouse, was the youngest person to ever receive the Lou Marsh Trophy as Canada’s best athlete, and was

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50. What is the longest river in B.C.? ___________________________________

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NORTH VANCOUVER MUSEUM & ARCHIVES celebrates Canada Day with the return of Streetcar No. 153! Seventy-three years after its last run, Streetcar No.153 returns to the streets of North Vancouver in the Canada Day Parade. Don’t miss it! It will later move to the new Museum of North Vancouver under construction at 115 West Esplanade. After the parade, go to the waterfront for a story-filled walk with the Museum’s Shipyard Pals (meet at Lonsdale & Victory Ship Way at 1:30 & 3pm). Get on board Streetcar No. 153 at the new museum in 2020!

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NVMA 15101: Streetcars, Lonsdale Ave. & Windsor Rd., June 1946. Photographer Charles Smallwood.

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While quantities last. Rainchecks unavailable. 399-2320-8

Reg 39.99

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Rapala High Octane 6ft Spinning Combo

77-8809-8

Reg 49.99 79-2228X

Together, we can help kids in need participate in sports and recreation.

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