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How well do you know Nova Scotia? Take the quiz!

We’ve put together 12 questions all about our home and native land, Nova Scotia!  How many can you get right? Be sure to share your results!

  • Which Prime Minister graduated from St. FX University?

    • Brian Mulroney
    • Justin Trudeau
    • Pierre Trudeau
    • John Diefenbaker
    • Lester B. Pearson
  • What Nova Scotia town was once known as “The largest town in Canada?”

    • Truro
    • Glace Bay
    • New Glasgow
    • Springhill
    • Yarmouth
  • What is written on Nova Scotia license plates?

    • Yours To Discover
    • Birthplace of Confederation
    • Beautiful Nova Scotia
    • Canada’s Ocean Playground
    • Home of The Bluenose
  • What year did Nova Scotia join Confederation?

    • 1967
    • 1887
    • 1867
    • 1907
    • 1947
  • How many National Parks are in Nova Scotia?

    • 3
    • 5
    • 9
    • 10
    • 2
  • What Nova Scotia town is famous for being halfway between the North Pole and Equator?

    • Truro
    • Stewiacke
    • Springhill
    • Amherst
    • Kentville
  • What wildflower grows along many Nova Scotia highways?

    • Lupins
    • Mayflowers
    • Colts Foot
    • Lilacs
    • Rhodora
  • Which famous Nova Scotia NHL player is from Port Hood?

    • Sidney Crosby
    • Nathan MacKinnon
    • Al MacInnis
    • Brad Marchand
    • Mike McPhee
  • The first settlers to Pictou came on the two ships, Betsy & _______?

    • Matthew
    • Pinta
    • Hector
    • Columbus
    • Golden Hind
  • Which Nova Scotia town is home to the world’s largest blueberry?

    • Parrsboro
    • Oxford
    • Springhill
    • Lunenburg
    • Kingston
  • Which of these famous people are NOT from Nova Scotia?

    • Ellen Page
    • Anne Murray
    • Sarah McLachlan
    • Rick Mercer
    • Rita MacNeil
  • Which Nova Scotia town is home to Sobey’s national headquarters?

    • Stellarton
    • Yarmouth
    • Truro
    • New Glasgow
    • New Waterford

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