Take our May Quiz!

MayLots of crazy, interesting, and fascinating stuff is associated with the month of May. As the last full month of spring draws to a close, test your knowledge with our May quiz.






All About May

This is the birthstone for May, which represents success and love.
On May 31, 1931 this iconic building in New York City officially opened.
This famous race, which takes place on the first Saturday in May, features participants with names like California Chrome, Barbaro, and Thunder Gulch.
The first permanent English Settlement in America was established on May 24, 1607 in this State.
Featured in countless movies, this iconic bridge opened on May 27, 1937.
May is associated with two birth flowers: Hawthorn and this flowering plant.
May was first named after the Roman goddess of spring and growth, who was known as this.
Cinco De Mayo is celebrated on what day?
A week after Canadians celebrate Victoria Day, Americans celebrate this holiday on the last Monday in May.
According to old Cornish superstition, it is unlucky to do this during the month of May.

Take Our Animated Holiday TV Classics Quiz

How much do you remember about these animated holiday TV classics? Test your knowledge with our quiz!

Holiday Classics

Who provides the narration in How the Grinch Stole Christmas?

What does the elf in Rudolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer want to become?

What are the names of the two elves in the holiday classic The Year Without a Santa Claus?

In A Charlie Brown Christmas what does Sally ask Santa to bring her?

In the 1969 animated cartoon Frosty the Snowman what are the first words Frosty says?


Take Our Snow Quiz

Most of us see it as a nefarious, cold-hearted nuisance, but snow is actually quite fascinating . . . unless you’re shoveling it! Test your knowledge with our snow quiz.

Snow Quiz

Each winter in Canada about 1 trillion ice crystals fall from the sky.
No two snow flakes are exactly the same.
This was the most snow ever recorded to fall during a 24hr period in the United States.
How fast must the wind be blowing before a snowstorm is classified as a blizzard?
Igloos can be more than 100 degrees warmer inside than outside.
Which Canadian province holds the record for the most snow angels ever made simultaneously?
This U.S. city hosted the world's largest snowball fight on Jan. 12, 2013, when 5,834 participants showed up to engage in battle.

Take our Remembrance Day quiz

On November 11, we remember the forces who have sacrificed their lives for their country. Whether you will be attending the official ceremonies at Ottawa’s National War Memorial or smaller events at cenotaphs and locations across the country, take some time to remember our veterans – those who came home and those who didn’t – this November 11. In the meantime, reflect on our troops and celebrate their spirit by testing your knowledge of Canada’s military history with these 11 questions.

The Canadian War Cemetery in Bény-sur-Mer, Normandy, France. (Photo: Julie Hawrishok)

Remembrance Day quiz

In 1998, The Royal Canadian Navy famously purchased four used Upholder/Victoria-class submarines from which country?
Which Canadian Unit was awarded the USA's Presidential Unit Citation during the Korean War?
Which Canadian fighter jet was controversially scrapped by the Diefenbaker Government in 1959?
Which famous Second World War attack failed disastrously with 3,367 Canadian casualties?
In which one of these conflicts was Canada not an active wartime participant?
Canadian forces stormed Juno Beach in what year?
Canadians wear the poppy to commemorate Remembrance Day. Who wrote the famous poem "In Flanders Fields” which references the red poppies that grow over the graves of fallen soldiers?
What is the highest military decoration given to members of Commonwealth Armed Forces?
The Royal Canadian Air Force's Demonstration team, the Snowbirds, are headquartered out of which Canadian Forces Base?
Canadian Forces Base Suffield is the largest Commonwealth military training base in the world. In what Province is it located?
Who holds the title as Commander-In-Chief of the Canadian Armed Forces?

Take Our Father’s Day Quiz

Sunday, June 17, 2018 is Father’s Day! Will you buy a gift for Dear Ol’ Dad, or will your gift be just leaving him in peace? Whatever you decide to do, just don’t get him a tie. According to a recent survey of dads, ties come in dead last as gifts they’d like to receive. Learn more about Father’s Day with our quiz. Good luck.

Father's Day Quiz

In what language does the word 'Vader' translate to father?
The word 'Dad' dates back to what century?
According to a recent study, who spends more on gifts for Father's Day.
Father's Day is only celebrated in North America.
Who is the author of this famous quote: "When I was a boy of fourteen, my father was so ignorant I could hardly stand to have the old man around. But when I got to be twenty-one, I was astonished at how much the old man had learned in seven years."
Which of the following actors was not a TV dad?
Father's Day originated in America, and the first celebration was held in 1910 in this city.
What is the significance of wearing a white rose on Father's Day?
Who is credited for inventing the concept of Father's Day?
Which U.S. President signed as law and made permanent that the third Sunday of June would be Father's Day.

Take the Stanley Cup Quiz

It is the oldest trophy awarded in North American professional sports and arguably the hardest to win. And with the Vegas Golden Knights battling for it in their debut season, and the Washington Capitals trying to win it for the first time, the buzz is high!  But there are other interesting facts about Lord Stanley of Preston’s cup. Test your knowledge with our Stanley Cup quiz.

Stanley Cup Trivia

She was the President of the 1955 Stanley Cup winning Detroit Red Wings, and the first woman to have her name engraved on the Stanley Cup.
It is now recognized world-wide as the 'Stanely Cup' but what was the original name of this revered trophy?
To get their name engraved on the Cup, what is the minimum amount of regular-season games a player must participate in?
This was the first team to be awarded the Stanley Cup.
Technically, there are this many versions of the Stanley Cup.
Who is the 'Keeper' of the Stanley Cup, and travels wherever it goes?
Who is the only Canadian woman to have her name engraved on the Cup. Hint: She was the Co-Owner of the 1989 Calgary Flames championship team.
At 18 years, 2 months, and 9 days, he is the youngest player to have his name engraved on the Cup for being part of the 1955 Boston Bruins championship team.
At 46 years, 6 months, this Red Wing became the oldest player to have his name engraved on the Stanley Cup.
How much does the Stanley Cup weigh?

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