Canada Christmas Trivia
Unwrap Your Holiday Knowledge!
Embark on a sleigh ride of discovery with our Canada Christmas Trivia! Challenge your knowledge of the festive season, from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and see if you can claim the title of Christmas Connoisseur. Are you ready to deck the halls with Canadian Christmas facts?
- What is the official title given to the city known as "The Christmas Capital of Canada"?TorontoMontrealWinnipegVancouver
- In the traditions of the 12 Days of Christmas in Nova Scotia and Newfoundland, what name is given to the kids who don masks and seek treats?MummersBummersBelsnicklersBoth a and c
- During the last week of December, how do many of Canada's Inuit partake in the celebration of Christmas?Only children aged 12 and under receive giftsGifts are exchanged daily from Dec. 25 to 31Only homemade gifts are exchangedNo gifts are exchanged
- In Quebec, what is a réveillon during the Yuletide season?A Christmas danceA Christmas bouquetA Christmas banquetA Christmas party game
- Which company was the first to sponsor the Santa Claus Parade in Toronto in 1905?The BayLe ChâteauThe T. Eaton CompanyThe Real Canadian Superstore
- At the Port of Vancouver, what special first shipment from Japan is celebrated by young girls in traditional kimonos?Video gamesCellphonesPlasma TVsOranges
- Can you identify a genuine Canadian Christmas recording?"All I Want for Christmas Is a New RV" by The Trailer Park Boys"Have Yourself a Murray Little Christmas" by Anne Murray"Christmas with the Adams Family" by Bryan Adams"Barenaked for the Holidays" by The Barenaked Ladies
- Which classic movie is repeatedly referenced in the "Christmas in Canada" episode of "South Park" from 2003?It's a Wonderful LifeGone with the WindThe Wizard of OzCasablanca
- In the 1990 Christmas classic "Home Alone," what role did Canadian actor John Candy play?Bumbling robberWacky neighbourParent of Macaulay CulkinPolka-band leader
- Which Canadian public figure was born on Christmas Day?Celine DionWayne GretzkyPamela AndersonJustin and Alexandre (Sacha) Trudeau
- What is the first Christmas carol based on an Aboriginal language?"Joy to the World""The Huron Carol""White Christmas""The First Noel"
- In "Corner Gas," what Christmas gift does Wanda desire to give her son?A German shepherd from "The Littlest Hobo"A Saskatchewan Roughriders jersey signed by the teamA DVD of their rock trio, Thunderface, in concertA ChewBot Trans-Farmer Goat-Robot
- What positive environmental impact is associated with real Christmas trees according to Canada's National Christmas Tree Growers Association?They produce oxygen and reduce the greenhouse effectRenewable, biodegradable and provide wildlife habitatNeither a nor bBoth a and b
- Which Canadian chain store had the holiday sales slogan "Give like Santa, Save like Scrooge"?RonaMr. Big and TallCanadian TireMark's Work Wearhouse
- What was unique about Queen Elizabeth’s Christmas message in 2006?Greetings from the Royal FamilyRoyal Family bloopersThe Royal Family singing carolsFirst available as a podcast
- What does the acronym SCROOGE stand for?Sincere Canadians Rule Out Outlandish Gift ExcessesSend Commercialism Right Out of Our Good-Natured EnvironmentSociety of Cheap, Repulsive, Overwrought, Oddball Geezers EverywhereSociety to Curtail Ridiculous, Outrageous and Ostentatious Gift Exchanges
- Poinsettias, a plant millions of Canadians buy during the holiday season, are originally from where?Great BritainArgentinaMexicoUnited States
- In Labrador, which vegetables are saved from the summer harvest, hollowed out, and turned into festive lanterns for children at Christmas?PotatoesCarrotsTurnipsBeets
- Which Canadian province has the tradition of "Mummering," where people dress in disguise and visit homes during the twelve days of Christmas?OntarioBritish ColumbiaNewfoundland and LabradorQuebec
- What special Christmas dessert is served in many Canadian homes, made from a traditional recipe of the Canadian East Coast?Sugar pieNanaimo barsFiggy duffButter tarts